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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

DAMMIT FRANKIE. On Ryan Eckes’s Old News May 3, 2014: In which I talk about reading Ryan Eckes’s Old News and Ryan talks about making Old News Divya: Reading Old News Philly’s poetry scene has had more than its fair share of interesting Franks [...] by

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 [...] by

CAConrad to Judge Bomb’s Poetry Contest February 6, 2014: Get your poem on! CAConrad 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 [...] by

Small Press Traffic presents… Online Workshops with Dana Ward and CAConrad! 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 [...] 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 [...] by

Tell Me Again Polar Vortex How Bodies Change Into Other Bodies January 9, 2014: And these days anyhow I am reminded more often that usual about my cold childhood in Jenpeg, Manitoba. The cold polar air crashes down the latitudes to meet us! Normally it circles the pole but [...] by

Holding Hands With Eileen Myles + Seven Queer Poets’ Poems You Should Read November 18, 2013: The Advocate has a great feature up today. “7 Queer Poets You Should Know” comes on the heels of Richard Blanco’s newest book publication (For All of Us, One Today, released this [...] by