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Watch the Trailer for The Book of Conrad July 9, 2015: Coming soon: Deliquent Films’ The Book of Conrad, a long-awaited feature documentary about our friend, poet CAConrad, who, over 82 scenic minutes, “confronts his violent past and the [...] by

The Queer Voice: Reparative Poetry Rituals & Glitter Perversions June 22, 2015: for Michelle Tea “Who we are when we are not love has always caused us shame.” –Akilah Oliver “Touch me. / We’ll become less one.” –TC Tolbert “Nobody wants to become [...] by

Kenneth Goldsmith Says He Is an Outlaw June 1, 2015: To be a black man in the United States of America is to be in a constant state of war and I am tired, I’m just so tired of the war. White people want me to be dangerous, scary or sexy, they never [...] by

Eileen Myles with ‘A Gift for You’ on PoetryNow May 12, 2015: This morning treat yourself to some Eileen Myles with her new poem “A Gift for You.” Myles composed the poem for the 2015 New Years Day marathon reading at the Poetry Project. The poem [...] by

Post-Poetry, Part 2: Outpost/Outland April 24, 2015: Dear Divya, So there you are in Singapore, and here I am in Colorado Springs, both of which are sort of conflicted homeworlds for both of us, and outlands to the centers of poetic industry (haw haw). [...] by

Thomas Sayers Ellis, Eileen Myles, & More Launch The Offing March 16, 2015: The Offing is off! The new literary magazine holds true to its pre-publication hype, with poems and other amazing work by Eileen Myles, Juan Felipe Herrera, and Francine J. Harris. And check out this [...] by

Accessing a Monstrous Perspective on the Animal Nature We’ve Got January 29, 2015: Our hero has written up our hero! At Rookie, Eileen Myles writes: “To write about Dottie, I have to mention an enraging thing I love thinking about. Which is that to write poetry and be a poet [...] by

NPR’s 2015 Poetry Preview Has Got the Right Stuff January 22, 2015: Craig Morgan Teicher writes for NPR about the books he’s looking forward to in 2015, writing that “perhaps now we need poetry even more than ‘more than ever.'” This is a great [...] by

Now on Video: Eileen Myles’s Keynote Address From Symposium on the Work of Alice Notley October 29, 2014: The three-day, much-anticipated Alette in Oakland: A Symposium on the Work of Alice Notley, organized by the good folks at The Bay Area Public School, concluded this past weekend. We were there in [...] by

Nick Sturm on Myles & Waldman’s Polar Ode, Sexuality in 1970s Poetry June 30, 2014: Poet Nick Sturm wrote about an oldie on I Said OK Wow; and by oldie we mean polar oldie (oof, long year) or rather, Polar Ode, written collaboratively by Eileen Myles and Anne Waldman in 1979 and [...] by