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Rick Moody Considers the Poetic Collage & Novelistic Pleasures of Paul Metcalf’s Genoa July 30, 2015: At Paris Review Daily, Rick Moody encounters Paul Metcalf’s innovative novel Genoa, “something that feels completely new.” The book, originally published in 1965 by Jonathan [...] by

Ted Mathys Reads From His Newest Collection, Null Set May 20, 2015: At PBS News Hour, St. Louis-based poet Ted Mathys “contemplates fatherhood in a hotel room” (or at least, this featured poem does!). Mathys’s third book, Null Set (Coffee House [...] by

2015 PEN Literary Award Winners Announced May 13, 2015: The 2015 PEN Literary Awards have been announced! Congratulations go out to Saeed Jones for winning the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry ($5,000) for Prelude to Bruise (Coffee House Press)! The [...] by

Emily Books, Coffee House Press’s First Imprint, is on the Way March 5, 2015: Publishers Weekly reports that Coffee House Press is teaming up with Emily Books, Emily Gould and Ruth Curry’s “feminist publishing project,” to create an imprint that will bring [...] by

PBS Spotlights Bill Berkson! January 14, 2015: PBS News Hour has a great feature up on Bill Berkson that includes a recording of the poet reading from his recent book, Expect Delays (Coffee House 2014). The headline is the coolest: “Be like [...] by

Allan Kornblum, Coffee House Press Founder, Passes Away at the Age of 65 November 24, 2014: Allan Kornblum, the founder of Coffee House Press, passed away this weekend due to complications from chronic lymphocytic leukemia: he was 65. As the founder of Coffee House Press, Kornblum believed [...] by

Coffee House Press: In the Stacks Presents Valeria Luiselli October 21, 2014: A rather beautiful Tumblr has appeared thanks to Coffee House Press, who has, “[a]s part of its continuing effort to put books into action…launched an initiative to place writers and [...] by

At 3:AM Magazine: Linda Hogan & The University of Denver’s Founding Amnesia July 23, 2014: A straightforward piece by DU professor and author Alan Gilbert is up at 3:AM Magazine on the founding amnesia of the University of Denver regarding its history in connection with Native landowners [...] by

Mark Ford Taps Into an America of the Mind June 26, 2014: For the Boston Review Blog, Scott Bartley reviews Mark Ford’s Selected Poems, just out from one of our favorite presses, Coffee House. Ford’s the author of a great biography of Raymond [...] by

Coffee House Press Profiled at The New York Times January 21, 2014: It’s pretty great that The New York Times’s Artsbeat continues to profile small-poetry presses. This month, Dana Jennings talks to Chris Fishbach of Coffee House Press, publishers, [...] by