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A Keyboard Mind: Hollis Frampton’s Gloria! as Lyric Poem March 11, 2016: The Editors’ Blog occasionally features online exclusives by Poetry’s contributors. This installment comes from Alice Lyons, whose poem “Happy Valley” appeared in our February 2015 issue. [...] by

So Even While March 2, 2016: To be a poet in capitalistic America is a rebellious act. When it comes to manifestos, I change the subject. Does the poem care whether you have expectations or not? Today I didn’t invent my [...] by

Final Volume of Ezra Pound Biography Reviewed by Marjorie Perloff November 6, 2015: Marjorie Perloff writes about the final volume of A. David Moody’s biography of Ezra Pound for the Times Literary Supplement: “Here, in vivid detail, Moody tells the painful story of [...] by

Unpublished Ezra Pound Poem for Sale August 27, 2015: Next week an “apparently unpublished” letter and poem by Ezra Pound arrive on the auction block at Lyon & Turnbull. Ezra Pound wrote the letter to Mrs. Isabel Konody (later known as [...] by

Newly Translated Letter From Ezra Pound Clarifies Imagist Movement July 1, 2015: Jared Spears presents and dissects a heretofore untranslated 1928 letter from Ezra Pound to French scholar and critic René Taupin: The letter was prompted by Taupin’s analysis of Imagism, the [...] by

Being Happy With The Ordinary, part 1 April 2, 2015: Because I wanted there to be a book by David Brazil, having read his poems and chapbooks with interest, as well as the magazine Try, edited with Sara Larsen, and participated in a year-long reading [...] by

Good News! Sweet Restorations at the Woodberry Poetry Room December 2, 2014: Wow! What’s not to like about this?! A powerful, brand-new technology called IRENE will help listeners at the Woodberry Poetry Room finally hear “The Cantos” as read by Ezra Pound, [...] by

Thousand Times Broken: Gillian Conoley on the Works of Henri Michaux November 18, 2014: Henri Michaux (1899–1984) was a Belgian writer and artist (later a French citizen) of startling originality. Associated with the surrealists, he charted an independent path into the unknown, [...] by

Boo! John Berryman on Halloween at Academy of American Poets October 24, 2014: John Berryman’s 100! Even if he’s dead. There’s much revelry in celebration of the centenary of Berryman’s birth, including at FSG (Berryman’s publisher) and of course, [...] by

Nick Cave Likes Poetry, Is a ‘Berryman Nut’ September 16, 2014: Suh-weet! Who knew?! The dashing ranconteur behind Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and a plethora of other musical incarnations LOVES poetry. Especially, John Berryman. Nick Cave is best known for his [...] by