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Elisa Gabbert on Farrah Field’s Wolf and Pilot August 7, 2013: At Lemon Hound, Elisa Gabbert points the spotlight at Farrah Field’s newest collection of poems, Wolf and Pilot, published by Four Way Books. Wolf and Pilot is a collection of poems that tells [...] by

Elisa Gabbert’s Favorite Tweets January 31, 2013: We love Elisa Gabbert’s poetry and perfume-essays, but we also adore her blog, The French Exit. Gabbert totally owns the list post genre. For a bit of education and some mid/late-week cheer, [...] by

Elisa Gabbert on KMSU Weekly Reader Podcast December 6, 2012: In audio news: Check out this podcast w Elisa Gabbert. The description: Poet Elisa Gabbert joins us to discuss her latest collection, The French Exit, published by Birds LLC. In this interview we [...] by

All Work and No Play Make Poets Something Something October 10, 2012: After a successful live Tweeting of 2001: A Space Oddysey, Sommer Browning and Elisa Gabbert have organized another event. The movie this time: The Shining. Here are the details: A few months ago [...] by

Elisa Gabbert Gives Us the Poneme September 26, 2012: Elisa Gabbert, over at Lemon Hound, offers her theory on what, exactly, the most basic unit of poetry is. She begins: What is the unit of poetry? If the basic unit of prose is the sentence, the [...] by

A Must-Read Post for Women Poets—And Everyone Else August 15, 2012: Over at Best American Poetry, some of our favorite poets–Sandra Simonds, Sina Queyras, Elisa Gabbert, Shanna Compton, Juliana Spahr, Vanessa Place and Danielle Pafunda–had a great [...] by

Poets Live Tweeting 2001: A Space Odyssey July 5, 2012: Sommer Browning and Elisa Gabbert are organizing a Twitter poets party! On Sunday, July 8th, at 9pm EST, Browning, Gabbert, Dan Boehl and others will be live tweeting the film 2001: A Space Oddysey. [...] by

“An Antidote to Loneliness” April 18, 2011: Anisa Onofre, co-editor of Aztlan Libre Press, has pointed me to this 1999 article on Norma Alarcón, upon the 20th anniversary of Third Woman Press. I am especially struck by this paragraph: Third [...] by