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Laura Goldstein & Michelle Taransky Offer a Wilder Review October 7, 2015: Adding to the mix of book review offerings comes Goldstein and Taransky with a portfolio of experimental reviews for Jacket2. We’re excited by the prospect! In their introduction to the [...] by

Rediscovering John Wieners at Critical Flame September 9, 2015: For the journal of literature and culture, Critical Flame, Nat Raha reviews Supplication: Selected Poems of John Wieners, edited by CA Conrad, Joshua Beckman, and Robert Dewhurst. [...] by

Watch the Trailer for The Book of Conrad July 9, 2015: Coming soon: Deliquent Films’ The Book of Conrad, a long-awaited feature documentary about our friend, poet CAConrad, who, over 82 scenic minutes, “confronts his violent past and the [...] by

CAConrad Presents ‘Slaves of Hope Live Only For Tomorrow’ on PoetryNow May 28, 2015: From the Office of Paranormal Activity in the basement of the MoMA, CAConrad’s new poem “Slaves of Hope Live Only For Tomorrow” comes to you via PoetryNow. The poem begins: [...] by

CAConrad’s Sexiest Poetry Award Goes to Six New Titles December 3, 2014: CAConrad has announced the annual SEXIEST POETRY AWARD! This year’s honor goes to six books, instead of one title. They are more than deserving. “The six titles below are books that will [...] by

Hypnogogic Reviewing: Daniel Poppick & David Gorin on Conrad, Kunin, Reines, Ward September 11, 2014: Daniel Poppick writes for West Branch Wired about Dana Ward, Ariana Reines, CAConrad, and Aaron Kunin; and includes within the essay his email exchanges with David Gorin (who has also written at [...] by

CAConrad’s PACE The Nation Project Is Underway September 9, 2014: CAConrad’s new book–Ecodeviance: (Soma)tics for the Future Wilderness (Wave Books) is out; Charity Coleman has reviewed it for BOMB (cf. the print Fall 2014 issue); the events are being [...] by

Where Have the Political Poets Gone? Some Suggestions for Juan Vidal at NPR September 9, 2014: At NPR, Juan Vidal considers the possibility that poets are no longer visible mouthpieces for political and social protest. “The Beat Generation is dead, and literary provocation in America, I [...] by

Poets Respond to Questions Around Consumerism for ‘QVC 2′ at Lemon Hound August 20, 2014: For Lemon Hound, Ben Fama curated a group of responses, in 150 words, regarding “something they’d recently bought, bought into, invested themselves in, or otherwise consumed, a brief and [...] by

Drum Roll Please… Steve Dickison: Winner of BOMB Poetry Contest!!! July 17, 2014: Yes! The winner of this year’s BOMB Poetry Contest is Steve Dickison! Steve Dickison lives in San Francisco, and works as Director of The Poetry Center at San Francisco State University, [...] by