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Joyelle McSweeney Reviews the Virtuosic Uche Nduka December 16, 2014: Boston Review has radical proximity at heart today, with Joyelle McSweeney writing “The Flame in the Grate,” a piece on Uche Nduka’s surrealism. McSweeney covers four books: if only [...] by

At Boston Review: Stephen Burt Reviews ‘Poems About Poems’ December 2, 2014: What’s Stephen Burt reading? Recently, it’s books by Daniel Borzutzky, Tytti Heikkinen (translated by Niina Pollari), and Adam Sol. From Boston Review: If you write a book of poetry about [...] by

Cole Heinowitz Writes a Signal Piece on Ammiel Alcalay November 21, 2014: At Boston Review, Cole Heinowitz writes about poet, novelist, translator, scholar, professor, activist, editor, and “signal force of cultural recovery” Ammiel Alcalay. While his work on [...] by

Ann Lauterbach’s Poetics of Care October 1, 2014: Earlier this month at Boston Review, Jo Ann Clark reviewed (wonderfully) Ann Lauterbach’s ninth book of poetry, Under the Sign (Penguin 2014). “Lauterbach maintains a vigilance for others [...] by

Boston Review Starts a Forum in Response to Daniel Tiffany’s ‘Cheap Signaling’ September 17, 2014: Now the doughnuts are in their own image! Boston Review editor B.K. Fischer has created a forum of responses devoted to Daniel Tiffany’s essay on class consciousness as structured, read, and [...] by

Brett Fletcher Lauer Talks to Boston Review About Krishna, Wordsworth, Wittgenstein, Workshops… September 4, 2014: At Boston Review, William Brewer interviews Brett Fletcher Lauer, he of the new collection (and first!) A Hotel in Belgium (Four Way Books, 2014), which “is one of those fabled first books that [...] by

Karinne Keithley Syers Reviews Julie Carr’s Electric Fifth Book July 24, 2014: Polymath Karinne Keithley Syers reviewed Julie Carr’s fifth book of poetry, Rag (Omnidawn 2014) for Boston Review! Tyrone Williams has writ of the prophetic Rag that “the twin towers of [...] by

‘Poetic Kitsch Becomes a Dynamic Tool of Gothic Marxism': Daniel Tiffany on Class in Avant-Garde Poetics July 15, 2014: Boston Review is making space to discuss class–in their words: “To confront, reinvigorate, and complicate the conversation about class in contemporary poetics, we are launching a poetry [...] by

Mark Ford Taps Into an America of the Mind June 26, 2014: For the Boston Review Blog, Scott Bartley reviews Mark Ford’s Selected Poems, just out from one of our favorite presses, Coffee House. Ford’s the author of a great biography of Raymond [...] by

The Complicated Matter of Translating Proust June 23, 2014: A review of the new translation of Proust’s Swann’s Way by C. K. Scott Moncrieff seems timely–thanks, Boston Review and Leland de la Durantaye. We’ve just picked up Anne [...] by