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‘Can Conceptualism be a Springboard for Ways of Reading Poetry?’ Lindsay Turner Gets Conceptual at Boston Review May 14, 2014: What does it mean??? Prompted by Kristen Gallagher’s interview with Steve Zultanski on Jacket2, Lindsay Turner considers ways that conceptual writing may open up new ways of reading poetry. As [...] by

Charmless and Interesting: What Conceptual Poetry Lacks and What It’s Got August 2, 2013: [Note: Poetry will be featuring online exclusives by contributors as a way to respond to and comment on immediate, lively debates in poetry. This first installment is by Robert Archambeau.] Fourteen [...] by

Calvin Bedient on Affect in Poetry at Boston Review July 25, 2013: Boston Review posted this thought-provoking piece by Calvin Bedient called “Against Conceptualism: Defending the Poetry of Affect.” The lengthy essay considers why “more poets are [...] by

Notes on Conceptualism May 2, 2013: What does conceptual poetry have to do with conceptual poetry? Is conceptual poetry conceptual poetry? Is conceptual poetry poetry? Conceptual poetry is mainly about unearthing neuroses in the minds [...] by

Mark Rutkoski, Words of Love May 1, 2013: There is a sense in which every “pure” conceptual writing project feels like it has already been done before: the production of the text depends upon the prior existence of the text. This is [...] by

National Poetry Month Public Service Overview April 8, 2013: As a public service, since it’s National Poetry Month, and since there seems to be a considerable deficit of awareness about what contemporary poetry is all about, I thought I’d provide a brief [...] by

A Melancholy Sufficiency in a Review of the Dworkin/Goldsmith Anthology of Conceptual Writing October 16, 2012: More on the Los Angeles Review of Books conceptualism tip (you might recall this and this) (oh and then this). Currently, we might feast our eyes on a piece from Peli Grietzer on the Craig [...] by

Flarf in the Wall Street Journal May 25, 2010: The Wall Street Journal finds the the fact that “flarf” appeared last year in Poetry magazine a sign that “Google-Inspired Verse Gains Respect.” “Flarf is a hip, digital [...] by

Flarf and Conceptual Writing in Poetry Magazine July 1, 2009: An introduction to the 21st Century’s most controversial poetry movements. From the July/August 2009 Issue of Poetry Magazine by Kenneth Goldsmith Start making sense. Disjunction is dead. The [...] by