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‘This young woman’s voice was like no other at the time': Douglas Messerli Recollects First Encounters with the Writings of Bernadette Mayer August 18, 2015: Although Douglas Messerli and Bernadette Mayer are very close in age, Messerli recalls his surprise when he first encountered her poems. She wrote with a connection to Gertrude Stein, but with a [...] by

Six Ridic Parts of Douglas Messerli’s Review of Baraka’s New Selected April 13, 2015: The part where he contrasts Baraka’s “self-doubt and humility” (good poems) with his “anger” (bad poems). The part where Messerli cares more about the fact that Baraka [...] by

There’s No Godot: Douglas Messerli on Beckett’s Poetry March 3, 2015: At Hyperallergic, Douglas Messerli gives a second glance to The Collected Poems of Samuel Beckett: a relatively new and sleek, 500-page block that invites readers to explore Beckett’s other [...] by

Douglas Messerli Discusses Lev Rubinstein’s Poetry at Hyperallergic February 11, 2015: Is Lev Rubstein a conceptualist? Well, as Messerli writes, he’s a Moscow Conceptualist but “before we begin to categorize his poetry, it is helpful to perceive that Russian conceptualism, [...] by

Republished Douglas Messerli Interview on Green Integer Blog January 2, 2013: Douglas Messerli, the editor and publisher of  Green Integer Books, has posted a 1984 interview with Gretchen Johnsen and Richard Peabody of Gargoyle magazine to the Green Integer Blog. The [...] by

Fiona Templeton and Environmental Theater June 27, 2011: Douglas Messerli, writer and publisher of Green Integer, has posted on his US Theater blog many poetic playscripts, reviews, and articles surrounding avant-garde and contemporary [...] by