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Charles Bernstein’s Papers Acquired by Yale’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library September 19, 2014: Great news! Yale University’s Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library has acquired the papers of Charles Bernstein. What a generous gift for future generations of poets and scholars! From [...] by

Fifty Years of Buffalo Poetics Readings Now Digitized! August 28, 2014: How’s that for back to the future? PENNSOUND announces that it has archived fifty years of poetry readings sponsored by the SUNY-Buffalo Poetics Program: from 1963-2003. FIFTY YEARS. Take your [...] by

Charles Bernstein on Just the Station of Gins & Arakawa May 13, 2014: Charles Bernstein shares the space once and still inhabited by Madeline Gins and Shusaku Arakawa for Hyperallergic in “What Happens When the Artist Drops Away? The Legacy of Arakawa and [...] by

Mapping the New Coast with Chris Funkhouser at Jacket2 May 7, 2014: At Jacket2 Chris Funkhouser reflects on his experience as an attendee at the New Coast Festival, organized by Juliana Spahr and Peter Gizzi at SUNY-Buffalo in 1993. Charles Bernstein and I met for [...] by

Reading List: April 2014 May 5, 2014: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. Since Harriet was occupied by guest bloggers to celebrate National Poetry Month in April, we’re publishing this installment [...] by

Mac Low, Cage, Root Poetics April 3, 2014: The basic question behind what I think of as root poetics sounds simple: what is language doing—for the poet, for humans at large, for the world—in fact, for itself? What is it doing there on the [...] by

Bobbie Louise Hawkins’s Home Videos January 23, 2014: We hope you’re like us and can never get too much Bob Creeley and friends. Up today at Jacket2 is a set of home videos shot by Bobbie Louise Hawkins from 1962-1965. From Charles Bernstein: [...] by

Loving Her Medium: Madeline Gins, 1941-2014 January 9, 2014: Madeline Gins–poet, architect, artist, philosopher, and long-time collaborator with artist Shusaku Arakawa–died yesterday. “She was 72. The cause of death was cancer,” writes [...] by

Vanessa Place Considers the Poetic & Fetishistic Qualities of Heimrad Bäcker’s Seascape January 8, 2014: Vanessa Place reviews Heimrad Bäcker’s Seascape (Ugly Duckling Presse 2013) for Constant Critic. We wrote about the text not too long ago. Bäcker was a teenage member of the Nazi Party, and [...] by

‘Amelia’ Unmasked: Charles Reznikoff’s Poetry at Jacket2 January 7, 2014: Introduced by Charles Bernstein, Jacket2 released into the world this astonishing close reading by Distinguished Law Professor Richard Hyland of the character of “Amelia” in Charles [...] by