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Notre Dame to Host Latin@ Poets at Angels of the Americlypse, October 16, 2015: On October 28-29 Notre Dame’s Institute for Latino Studies (ILS) along with the Creative Writing Program will host Angels of the Americlypse: readings and colloquia—new Latin@ poetries and [...] by

Kiki Petrosino’s Hymn for the Black Terrific Reviewed at Boston Review September 23, 2015: We’ve had Kiki Petrosino on our mind this week, first with this post here, and now with Carmen Giménez Smith’s review of Petrosino’s latest collection, Hymn for the Black Terrific, [...] by

Hoa Nguyen Moderates Roundtable at VIDA on ‘Policing in the Literary World’ August 19, 2015: In March, Hoa Nguyen moderated a three-part conversation about “policing in the literary world” for VIDA; the third installment has just gone up. Carmen Giménez Smith notes that [...] by

Poets Personally Reflect on the Appointment of Juan Felipe Herrera as U.S. Poet Laureate July 6, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, poets Rigoberto González, Sandra Cisneros, Eduardo C. Corral, Francisco Aragón, Carmen Gimenez Smith, Tim Z. Hernandez, and Brenda Cárdenas reflect on the [...] by

‘Words Called Up to Answer Image': At Los Angeles Review of Books B.K. Fischer Invokes Louise Bourgeois August 12, 2014: Magnifique! B.K. Fischer writes all things Bourgeois including her many literary admirers at a most recent installment of LARB. We love both Fischer’s incisive commentary on Bourgeois’s [...] by

Three Questions for Sheryl Luna July 22, 2014: Yesterday at La Bloga, Daniel Olivas asks Sheryl Luna three questions about her most recent book, Seven. If you can remember way back to November, Carmen Giménez Smith had some good words to share [...] by

At The Volta ‘How to be a Chola’ by Sandy Florian June 4, 2014: Sandy Florian responds to Aaron McCollough’s review of Carmen Giménez-Smith’s Milk and Filth at The Volta/Evening Will Come: In his review, “Strife Between the Tinctures,” Aaron [...] by

Library of Congress Spotlights U.S. Hispanic Writers May 30, 2014: Furthering the tradition of the Hispanic Division’s Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (AHLOT), the Hispanic Division and the Poetry and Literature Center at the Library of Congress now [...] by

Carmen Giménez Smith on Harryette Mullen’s Urban Tumbleweed November 8, 2013: This one’s in from NPR, Carmen Giménez Smith reviews Harryette Mullen’s newest and lovely creation, Urban Tumbleweed: Notes from a Tanka Diary, out now from Graywolf Press. The pastoral [...] by

Roundtable on a More Complicated Latino/a Poetry Now at PSA June 20, 2013: Installment 4 of Latino/a Poetry Now, at Poetry Society of America, features J. Michael Martínez, Carmen Giménez Smith, Roberto Tejada; and is worth a read, especially if you fancied our recent [...] by