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Alli Warren Featured at SF Weekly October 29, 2013: What poet could possibly make SF Weekly’s The Write Stuff column even more resplendent than it already is? An interview with Alli Warren, of course! Warren talks with The Write Stuff about her [...] by

Banning it is stupid because… September 24, 2013: City Lights gives it to us straight on this Banned Books Week. In a post aptly titled “Banning Books Is Idiotic. Here’s Why” the editors offer up their take on the stupidity behind [...] by

Dunagan, Il Gruppo Are Totally Ill About Yépez’s Empire of Neomemory September 18, 2013: After his review of Empire of Neomemory at RAINTAXI, Dunagan writes more at the City Lights blog: I had no idea what to expect from Yépez’s book. What I found was a lambasting of Olson faulting [...] by

BBC Radio 4 on the Poetry of San Francisco August 22, 2013: Run, do not walk! over to the BBC to listen to the fantastic episode “Poetry of Gold and Angels” from Radio 4. There are only 3 days left to give it a listen (hence our imperative to [...] by

Trayvon Martin & ‘Kids Who Die,’ by Langston Hughes July 15, 2013: The City Lights Booksellers and Publishers’s blog, Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here, posted Langston Hughes’s poem “Kids Who Die” this weekend after news broke about the [...] by

Garrett Caples Calls Kenny Goldsmith to Account June 26, 2013: Yes, abandon all despair ye who enter here: Garrett Caples, has once again blown our minds at the City Lights Booksellers & Publishers blog. In his blog post all about Kenneth Goldsmith’s [...] by

Harold Norse: ‘I’m Not a Man’ June 14, 2013: You’ll want to stumble over to the City Lights blog today to read “I’m Not a Man,” by one of those great neglectarinos Harold Norse. As the good editors write: Often [...] by

The Punk Stacks at City Lights June 7, 2013: If you thought City Lights was all about poetry, we’re reminded today of the store’s connection to punk. City Lights has a long history of engagement with the punk rock scene, you may [...] by

Happy Birthday City Lights! May 8, 2013: Can’t decide how to celebrate City Lights’s 60th birthday? Try this on for size- courtesy of City Lights’ blog: C’est Street Fair 1959 an “ektachrome,” yes [...] by

Two-Way Mirror: David Meltzer’s Notebook of Poetics January 22, 2013: Next year, City Lights Press will publish an expanded reissue of Tw0-Way Mirror, David Meltzer’s notebook of poetics. Garret Caples, Meltzer’s editor at City Lights, has posted a [...] by