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LAMBDA Literary Announces Award Finalists: Melissa Buzzeo, kari edwards, Dawn Lundy Martin, and More March 9, 2016: On the horizon: the 28th annual LAMBDA Literary Awards, which take place in New York City this June. In anticipation of this year’s festivities, LAMBDA announced yesterday the awards’ [...] by

Toward a Politics of Mere Being March 3, 2016: Each month we feature a guest post from a contributor to Poetry’s current issue. Carl Phillips’s poems “Stray” and “Wild Is the Wind” appear in the March 2016 issue. Previous posts in [...] by

Yale Younger Poets Has Spoken: Airea D. Matthews’s Manuscript simulacra Is the Winner of This Year’s Prestigious Prize March 2, 2016: Carl Phillips, who judged this year’s competition, has this to say about Matthews’s prize-winning manuscript, simulacra: “Rebellion is the first word that comes to mind, when [...] by

‘Second Acts’ Looks at Carl Phillips’s Cortège & Reconnaissance December 21, 2015: In her ongoing series of reviews examining second poetry collections, Lisa Russ Spaar changes things up this round and looks at two books by Carl Phillips: his second collection Cortège and his [...] by

Carl Phillips Discusses Risk and Restraint with NPR September 1, 2015: In an interview with NPR’s Arun Roth, Carl Phillips considers the value of restraint and the possible outcomes of risk while promoting his newest book: Reconaissance. Highlights from their [...] by

Carl Phillips on Risk at Huffington Post January 20, 2015: At Huffington Post on the heels of his newest book (of essays) titled The Art of Daring: Risk, Restlessness, Imagination, Carl Phillips speaks with Ben Evans about daring, risk, restlessness, and [...] by

Eryn Green Is the 2013 Winner of the Yale Series of Younger Poets March 13, 2013: Congratulations to Eryn Green, chosen by Carl Phillips to be this year’s Yale Series of Younger Poets winner for his book ERUV. More from the Yale Press Log: Carl Phillips says that ERUV [...] by