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Sing Along: Sandra Simonds at Boston Review May 14, 2014: They’re killin’ it! Sandra Simonds waxes quite poetically, at Boston Review. One night last July, the Tallahassee air full of the smell of semi-tropical rain and azaleas, drinking my [...] by

‘Can Conceptualism be a Springboard for Ways of Reading Poetry?’ Lindsay Turner Gets Conceptual at Boston Review May 14, 2014: What does it mean??? Prompted by Kristen Gallagher’s interview with Steve Zultanski on Jacket2, Lindsay Turner considers ways that conceptual writing may open up new ways of reading poetry. As [...] by

A Hard-Won Innocence: Remembering Frank Lima March 28, 2014: At the Boston Review blog, Nico Alvarado has a lovely piece up about Frank Lima, who died last October. All true: Constitutionally averse as he was to categorization (“I do not align my lifestyle [...] by

Announcing…. The Winners of the Joan Leiman Jacobson Prizes! March 19, 2014: Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 “Discovery”/Boston Review Contest: Justin Boening, of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania; Meghan Dahn, of New York, New York; Nava EtShalom, of Philadelphia, [...] by

Ilya Kaminsky on Rae Armantrout’s Channeling of Voices March 10, 2014: Ilya Kaminsky writes about Rae Armantrout for the Boston Review blog today. Kaminsky makes the distinction between the poet as “bard and storyteller—one who who sings” and other sorts, [...] by

Drew Gardner’s ‘Flarf is Life’ and Rachel Galvin’s ‘Lyric Backlash’ Respond to ‘Against Conceptualism’ at Boston Review February 12, 2014: After “Against Conceptualism,” Calvin Bedient’s essay that wrestles with conceptualism’s neutral tone, Drew Gardner responds with flarf and affect at Boston Review and Rachel [...] by

Amy King on the Naysayers of Poetry’s Vastness at Boston Review February 7, 2014: Amy King brings the right and the left to hold wallets in full circle in a new essay for the Boston Review. Is poetry dead, how so, what marketplace, etc.? She writes: I. A PRIMER FOR POETRY’S [...] by

Mary Ruefle’s Trances of the Blast & Interrogating the Lyric January 30, 2014: B.K. Fischer reviews Mary Ruefle’s Trances of the Blast (Wave Books, 2013) for Boston Review, noting that “[i]t is easy to approach the work of this woman from Vermont as if she were a [...] by

Vulnerability & Interruption at Red Rover Reading Series January 22, 2014: B.K. Fischer writes for the Boston Review blog about the Chicago reading and performance series Red Rover and its recent event, Red Rover Series Experiment #71 (co-curated by Jen Karmin, Laura [...] by

Boston Review’s Top 20 & Some Libidinous Prongs January 2, 2014: We’re into this list from the Boston Review, which collects (alphabetically) the online magazine’s top-20 most-read poems published there this year. Includes Ben Fama, Jessica Laser, [...] by