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Sound Is Bob Kaufman, Poet April 24, 2015: [A version of this talk was given at AWP in Minneapolis on April 10th, 2015 as part of the Neglected American Masters panel with James Allen Hall, Yona Harvey, and Richard Siken.] Every poet is an [...] by

Of Allyssa Wolf’s Vaudeville or My Altamont Blues, part I April 22, 2015: Ever. Ways time is demarcated, its temporal forensics—the rights reserved. pages we share. or thieve. Or maybe in sequence, other texts and tests which appear nearby. Chronological, comparative. [...] by

The Generativity of Shulamith Firestone’s Airless Spaces April 16, 2015: Overness. Or also throwns. Throne. to sit down in. What is also a mercy, but relentless. Thrown away from her for the sake of. These distances. What happens inside and out of Shulamith Firestone’s [...] by

Writing towards Nobody and Every Body: National Poetry Month April 9, 2015: “It’s just typing.” (Kakie Urch) First, I’m honored to contribute anything this Month. Of National Poetry Month. At Harriet. And, admittedly I’ve been freaking out. Everything I’ve been [...] by

Snack Food of the Stars: 9 Famous Authors’s Snack Break Delights January 8, 2015: Yes, Emily Dickinson baked bread two times a day. No, Agatha Christie did not have like to eat scones with her scones and Devonshire cream. (Just the cream, apparently.) More from Mental Floss: [...] by

Joely Richardson Takes On Emily Dickinson in One-Woman Show October 10, 2014: Vanity Fair talked to actor Joely Richardson about her new Off-Broadway play, The Belle of Amherst, where the English theater royal plays none other than American poet Emily Dickinson in William [...] by

New Development Project Threatens to Destroy Amherst’s Beloved Emily Dickinson Mural August 7, 2014: Locals and developers in Amherst, MA, are trying to see Eye to Eye while a building in the town’s center is poised for redevelopment by a firm called Archipelago. The building in question [...] by

A Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge with Poets House June 16, 2014: This year’s Poetry Walk Across the Brooklyn Bridge—an annual benefit for New York City’s Poets House—nearly didn’t happen at all. The weather reports had been grim, “foretelling” (as [...] by

Stars, Poetry—Part III: Libra, Scorpio, and Sagittarius May 27, 2014: This is my third meditation on a personal wheel of poetic influence, grouped by modalities. (See here for my first one; here is my second). What Are the Modalities of the Zodiac? A Review below: [...] by

My First Word Was Air? Simon Armitage Aims to Depollute the University of Sheffield May 15, 2014: The Guardian gives us an airful, writing that a Simon Armitage poem has been attached to a building at the University of Sheffield, where it will be on display for one year. Not simply a public [...] by