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THERE WILL BE SELTZER: Diana Hamilton Defines Poetry September 18, 2014: Make sure you get to this interview with Diana Hamilton at the Ugly Duckling Presse Tumblr. “Someone said that poetry was a little hedgehog that you nuzzle against your heart. Put that little [...] by

Formally Attributed Generic Feelings: Diana Hamilton’s Great Review of Rob Fitterman’s Borrowing of James Schuyler . . . August 28, 2014: Diana Hamilton reviews Rob Fitterman’s newest book, No, Wait. Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself. (Ugly Duckling Presse 2014) for Coldfront! This is a book the protagonist of which, as UDP tells [...] by

Responses & [Non]Non-Comforts Re: the ConPo / Affect Debate July 31, 2013: For those of you desiring to keep up with the most recent incarnation of debate/discussion around Conceptual writing–started anew with Cal Bedient’s piece on affect at the Boston Review, [...] by

What Was Flarf?: Jordan Davis Reviews Diana Hamilton’s Okay, Okay March 26, 2013: Most poets need an income. Some of us teach or are freelance copywriters. Some of us work for nonprofits or consulting companies. Most of us, at some point, have worked in a cubicle, and all of us [...] by

In The Believer, Diana Hamilton on Josef Kaplan’s Democracy Is Not for the People January 3, 2013: We are heartened: Diana Hamilton has reviewed Josef Kaplan’s Democracy Is Not for the People (back in stock!) for The Believer! Will wonders never. You’ll have to purchase the print issue [...] by

Ben Lerner Chooses Daniel Poppick as Winner of BOMB’s 2012 Poetry Contest August 6, 2012: BOMB has announced the winner of their 2012 Poetry Contest! This year’s judge, Ben Lerner, chose Daniel Poppick’s “Glass Horse.” They’ve published the poem online, along [...] by

Announcing The Claudius App III: AMERICAN HANGOVER EDITION July 6, 2012: There’s a strategically placed fortune on our Harriet desk that’s going on about a secret admirer soon sending signs of affection. We like this: “[I]t IS ALL A HOT [...] by