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Poetry of Self-Trust: Brian Blanchfield’s Proxies: Essays Near Knowing April 18, 2016: At Flavorwire, a great piece about Brian Blanchfield’s new collection of essays, Proxies: Essays Near Knowing (Nightboat, 2016). Jonathan Sturgeon casts the work against similar [...] by

Anna Moschovakis Talks About Philosophy, Success, Empathy at Flavorwire March 17, 2016: Anna Moschovakis is having a good week. In advance of the release of her third book, They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This (titled after David Antin’s collection of the same name), the [...] by

More on Claudia Rankine’s Double NBCC Nominations January 23, 2015: Writers of the literary sort are flocking to expand on the news of Claudia Rankine being nominated for not one, but two National Book Critics Circle Awards–in poetry and criticism. As [...] by

Rounding Up the Best of the Best of 2014 December 19, 2014: The recommendations are flowing like sand in soapy hourglasses. Lists of best-of-2014 publications are everywhere. Here are some. Some! How could we possibly keep track? These are in not much of a [...] by

Flavorwire Makes the Case Against YOUR Friend: Typewriters November 6, 2014: Well, they’re certainly not OUR friends. No, definitely, ABSOLUTELY, not! Us? Use a typewriter? Nah, you’ve got to be kidding… Just give us a minute here to destroy the damning [...] by

Flavorwire Says the Midwest Has Arrived! March 25, 2014: Yesterday Flavorwire let the good word be known that the Midwest is a pretty swell place to live if you’re a writer. That’s good news for us! Jason Diamond writes: For those who only look [...] by

Welcome to the Golden Age October 7, 2013: You’ve maybe heard of The Golden Age of Paraphernalia, but did you know that we are currently in the midst of the golden age of indie publishing? Flavorwire lists twenty-five independent [...] by

Flavorwire on New Golden Age of Online Book Clubs September 13, 2013: They’re coommmiinng…! Making reading, a solitary endeavor, a more community-oriented experience — especially at a time when so many are finding their community online and expressing [...] by

Flavorwire for Your Monday: ‘20 Poets on the Meaning of Poetry’ September 9, 2013: Hopefully your Monday morning co-workers aren’t giving you grief for all those readings that you said you attended this weekend, but if they are: rest assured that the folks at Flavorwire have [...] by

Flavorwire’s Guerrilla Poetry Brigade July 9, 2013: Here’s a great one, courtesy of Flavorwire: “10 Guerrilla Poetry Projects.” Let’s first take a look at Emily P. Lawsin’s project, a spoken word performance honoring [...] by