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Surrealism Is a Romantic Critique of the Avant-Garde from Within November 25, 2014: [Editor's Note: Garrett Caples delivered a version this talk at the Poetry Foundation on November 6, 2014 as part of the Harriet Reading Series. Other "Open Door" features can be found here.] I begin [...] by

John Yau Illuminates Eric Baus’s Fourth Book, The Tranquilized Tongue August 4, 2014: Fourth time’s the best yet, or so says John Yau about Eric Baus’s newest book, just out from the City Lights Spotlight Series. For Hyperallergic, Yau writes of The Tranquilized [...] by

Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics Celebrates 40 Years at City Lights July 7, 2014: Did you know that City Lights has a podcast series? Did you know that the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics turns 40 this year? Well, satisfy both ends of your curiosity today at Live! From [...] by

What Could Be Better Than Seeing Eric Baus Read at City Lights Tonight? June 10, 2014: Is it his responses to “Five Questions,” newly posted at the City Lights Blog? What IS better: seeing the author read or reading his responses to five great questions? Well, if you [...] by

Turn On Your Readerly Poetic Mode of Speech Perception for This Indispensable Eric Baus Lecture July 25, 2013: A more informal lecture by Eric Baus at this year’s Summer Writing Program at Naropa has turned into a must-have resource for your reading/listening pleasure. In “Granular Vocabularies: [...] by

Eric Baus on Barbara Guest’s ‘Saving Tallow’ June 18, 2013: Eric Baus writes about Barbara Guest for the Lost Roads Press blog, LINES, recalling her early poem “Saving Tallow”: Barbara Guest’s poem “Saving Tallow” from her book The Blue [...] by

Review of Eric Baus’ Scared Text July 30, 2012: Julie Brooks Barbour wrote this review of Eric Baus’ newest collection over at The Rumpus. She wrote it as a list description. Here’s the opening. Make the jump to read the rest. A [...] by