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Patrick James Dunagan at the Zenith of Duncan Publications March 11, 2014: We are so on board for this one! At Bookslut, Patrick James Dunagan on the heyday of Duncan publication: With publication of Robert Duncan's The Collected Later Poems and Plays and The Collected Essays and Other Prose, the heyday of Duncan publication has reached its zenith. Finally everything Duncan published is readily available to [...] by

Koitus Is Paramount: Bookslut on the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven December 11, 2013: Bookslut's Nicholas Vajifdar reviews MIT Press's recent firstling collection of poems by the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, Body Sweats, noting her struggles to get a foothold in the poetry world, even while prominent traits of her work included sound and feeling: Her use of a naive rhyme (proving that Frederick Seidel was hardly [...] by

Bookslut Talks to Sarah Schulman About Cities and Poetry July 9, 2013: Sarah Schulman has many smart things to say about gentrification (she wrote a whole book about it), about poetry, and about MFA programs. And she's been sharing these thoughts with Jessa Crispin at Bookslut. So far they've posted two parts of their conversation, here and here. It would behoove you, dear reader, to check out the interviews in [...] by