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AIRPORTS FOR CLASSROOMS April 14, 2014: The music was designed to be continuously looped as a sound installation, with the intent to diffuse the tense, anxious atmosphere of an airport terminal. Maybe what I mean is more simple: music for classrooms. The sometimes tense, anxious atmosphere of a workshop. The continuous looping of tradition, or convention, or both. At worst: [...] by

CA Conrad to Judge Bomb’s Poetry Contest February 6, 2014: Get your poem on! CA Conrad is judging <em>BOMB Magazine's annual poetry contest! Guideline Highlights: No more than 5 poems, submissions MUST be anonymous, BOMB is only accepting online submissions, deadline is April 30! Full details below. Break a pencil! BOMB is excited to announce the 2014 Poetry Contest, judged by poet [...] by

Small Press Traffic presents… Online Workshops with Dana Ward and CA Conrad! January 31, 2014: San Francisco--and Cincinnati-- and Philadelphia-- come straight to you courtesy of Small Press Traffic's upcoming online writing workshops. February is all about CA Conrad's workshop, "Flowers Dreaming the Elevation Allegiance" and March is about Dana Ward's workshop, "HOLOPHOLLOPHILIA." Sign up for both now-- it's going to be great! CA [...] by

Philadelphia’s Second Poet Laureate is…. FRANK SHERLOCK! January 31, 2014: Woohoo! Yay! Congratulations Frank Sherlock! Via Philly.com-- At a City Hall ceremony Friday, Mayor Nutter will announce the appointment of Frank Sherlock, 44, as the second poet laureate of Philadelphia. Sherlock succeeds Sonia Sanchez. He will serve for two years, during which he will receive a stipend of $5,000. Duties include [...] by

Reading List: October 2013 October 3, 2013: [caption id="attachment_74345" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Adam Bateman installation[/caption] The Reading List is a new feature of the Editors’ Blog this year. Each month we ask Poetry’s contributors to share a book—or several—that held their interest recently. Here are some recommendations from the poets and writers in our October [...] by

Flavorwire’s Guerrilla Poetry Brigade July 9, 2013: Here's a great one, courtesy of Flavorwire: "10 Guerrilla Poetry Projects." Let's first take a look at Emily P. Lawsin's project, a spoken word performance honoring murdered Chinese-American Vincent Chin. (She's the power-house who we pictured above.) University of Michigan professor Emily P. Lawsin, specializing in Asian/Pacific [...] by

What’s Cooking, July 4th? July 3, 2013: Not sure? One good place to look is this "Poets' Recipes" spotlight at the Academy of American Poets. The spotlight includes a few handy recipes including Chocolate Peanut Butter Dairy Free Ice Cream from Kazim Ali, Potato Salad from Dodie Bellamy and Kevin Killian (it's Dodie's mother's recipe!), German Apple Pancake from Jen Bervin, and [...] by

Thom Donovan / The Hole / Displaced Press / 2012 April 12, 2013: The Hole is presented as in process of completion / perhaps as still in process but not (not) toward completion – the title is hand-written on the cover / there’s some scribbling / a bar code / and a photo the image of a paper clip holds to the cover’s edge – the notes / which describe for the most part when the poems were written or [...] by

Jupiter 88 in Southern California March 15, 2013: We enjoy the combination of poetry and post-ironic graphics in CA Conrad's video magazine Jupiter 88. Conrad has been spending some time in southern California recently, and the latest installments of the magazine provide a fabulous overview of what writers in Los Angeles and San Diego have been up to. Recent posts include readings by Ben [...] by

Listening to Fred Around the House February 11, 2013: So, right, "Her territory sunflower," the first lines of Fred Moten's poem "B Jenkins," perhaps my favorite poem of recent years. I encountered a recording of it first, & months went by before I found it on a page or on a screen. It was one of those situations where the phonotext (a lovely & useful coinage by Steve Evans) took [...] by