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PEN American 2013 Literary Awards Shortlists Include Translations of Cecilia Vicuña, Jorge Santiago Perednik, More July 12, 2013: The PEN American Center 2013 Literary Awards shortlists have been announced, along with judges for those awards sans shortlists. Of note, thanks to Publisher's Weekly: PEN Award for Poetry in Translation ($3,000): For a book-length translation of poetry into English published in 2012. JUDGE: Don Mee Choi SHORTLIST: Spit Temple [...] by

Deterritorializations: Repetition, Stutter, Report (the second of two brief forays with a P.S. to come) May 2, 2013: I want to explore a word that has taken hold of my consciousness and the hum of my interior thoughtscape—a word I realize, as I try to write about it, I don’t quite know how to articulate (which is, perhaps, precisely the articulation this particular word requires). I first encountered the term “untranslation” in Felipe [...] by

On Cecilia Vicuña’s Spit Temple February 20, 2013: David Berridge reviews Cecilia Vicuña's Spit Temple, recently out from Ugly Duckling Presse, for Intercapillary Space. We're grateful that the new book sent Berridge back to Vicuna's older work, particularly Unravelling Words & the Weaving of Water, and the writing-drawings of Instan: "In documenting a separate, performance-based part of [...] by

Walking the political line in poetry and art at MoMA February 2, 2011: In conjunction with the exhibition On Line: Drawing through the 21st Century, MoMA will present a poetry reading tomorrow on the theme of one of the show's key threads: the line of politics. Artists throughout the last century have pushed line across the plane and into real space, thus questioning the relation between the art object and the [...] by