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Drew Gardner’s ‘Flarf is Life’ and Rachel Galvin’s ‘Lyric Backlash’ Respond to ‘Against Conceptualism’ at Boston Review February 12, 2014: After “Against Conceptualism,” Calvin Bedient’s essay that wrestles with conceptualism’s neutral tone, Drew Gardner responds with flarf and affect at Boston Review and Rachel [...] by

National Poetry Month Public Service Overview April 8, 2013: As a public service, since it’s National Poetry Month, and since there seems to be a considerable deficit of awareness about what contemporary poetry is all about, I thought I’d provide a brief [...] by

What Was Flarf?: Jordan Davis Reviews Diana Hamilton’s Okay, Okay March 26, 2013: Most poets need an income. Some of us teach or are freelance copywriters. Some of us work for nonprofits or consulting companies. Most of us, at some point, have worked in a cubicle, and all of us [...] by

Flarf in the Wall Street Journal May 25, 2010: The Wall Street Journal finds the the fact that “flarf” appeared last year in Poetry magazine a sign that “Google-Inspired Verse Gains Respect.” “Flarf is a hip, digital [...] by

Flarf is Officially Dead & Stop Laughing at ‘Cock’! January 20, 2010: So some claim that flarf died after Dan Hoy’s essay “The Virtual Dependency of the Post-Avant and the Problematics of Flarf: What Happens when Poets Spend Too Much Time Fucking Around on [...] by

Flarf and Conceptual Writing in Poetry Magazine July 1, 2009: An introduction to the 21st Century’s most controversial poetry movements. From the July/August 2009 Issue of Poetry Magazine by Kenneth Goldsmith Start making sense. Disjunction is dead. The [...] by