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Wild!: Chris Martin to Teach Animal Poetry Workshop at The Loft Literary Center (MN) October 21, 2013: Chris Martin, author of American Music and Becoming Weather, will teach a workshop on Animal Kind: Wild Poetry at The Loft Literary Center, located in Minnesota's Twin Cities, from January 28 to April 22, 2014. The class will meet from 7:30 to 9:30 pm on Tuesdays. There is no human without the animal. We define and redefine ourselves [...] by

An Eclogue with a Chatbot at Flying Object October 24, 2012: Flying Object's gotten all chatty with Chris Martin in a new series: Each day for a month, one poem is published from a serial work called CHAT, which Martin co-wrote with a chatbot. To put it eloquent, CHAT is "an eclogue written in consort with Cleverbot, an Artificial Intelligence program designed to satisfy the Turing Test." Accompanied by [...] by

Danny’s Reading Series this Wednesday June 11, 2012: Last week we were stoked about Ron Silliman posting readings from the Cy Press reading series. Now, for those of you hanging around Chicago this Wednesday evening, head over to Danny's to check out Dana Ward (host of Cy Press) and Brandon Brown (Cy Press reader) read for the Danny's Tavern Reading Series. As a mega-bonus, Chris Martin and Mary [...] by

Chris Martin on Weather Artists and Veer Seers June 6, 2011: Coldfront's Ken Walker interviews Chris Martin today about Martin's new book Becoming Weather (Coffee House Press 2011) and, well, becoming weather. Walker notes that readers "are forced to comply with the title, to externalize their gaze into a world devastated by earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, locust invasions, dwindling populations of [...] by

ON Contemporary Practice Volume 2 February 9, 2010: For anyone out in the Bay Area tomorrow night, coeditors Michael Cross and Kyle Schlesinger, and a critical mass of Bay Area contributors will launch ON Contemporary Practice 2 at Moe’s Books in Berkeley. When Michael, Kyle, and I conceived of the journal about two and a half years ago it was at the Tile Bar in the East Village after a [...] by