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Tonight’s National Book Awards Belong to Claudia Rankine? November 19, 2014: At The Guardian, writer Michelle Dean argues that the Golden Globe of literary awards–that being, of course, the National Book Award–could very well go to Claudia Rankine for her [...] by

An Interview with Fred Moten: 2014 National Book Award Finalist November 18, 2014: 2014 National Book Award Finalist, Fred Moten, takes a moment to speak with Sandra Lim about his collection that received this year’s nomination, The Feel Trio, at the National Book Foundation. [...] by

Thirteen Poets Recommend New Titles at On the Seawall November 12, 2014: The semiannual poetry feature on Ron Slate’s website, On the Seawall, features commentary in April and November from thirteen poets, who write briefly on some of their favorite new and recent [...] by

Announcing…. the 2014 National Book Award Finalists! October 15, 2014: Hip-hip-hurray! The National Book Foundation announced this morning the finalists for the 2014 National Book Award in the categories of: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and young people’s [...] by

Here It Is! 2014 National Book Award Longlist September 16, 2014: What a great 10-title longlist for the National Book Award! For more context on nominated poets, check out the write up a the LA Times and at the NY Times too. We’ll be looking forward to [...] by

Fred Moten’s The Feel Trio Reviewed at The Rumpus June 2, 2014: The Feel Trio by Fred Moten is just out from Letter Machine Editions! Patrick James Dunagan reviewed it recently for The Rumpus. “Slinging language about in a frenzied assault across the page, [...] by

on the small press, part three: ‘the writers who we have heard at some grimy event’ April 23, 2014: The third in a series of posts featuring editors and publishers discussing their projects. Today: Mess Editions and Chris Fritton. Mess Editions is Andrea Abi-Karam, Paul Murufas, Wendy Trevino, Lara [...] by

Sorry I’m Late / Compared to What? April 14, 2014: I read with interest George Quasha’s recent post “Self-evidence with Difficulty,” drawn especially to these sentences: Duncan used to say that he and Charles Olson had made work that insisted [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

Fred Moten’s Brilliant Visit to the Bay November 12, 2013: Robin Tremblay-McGaw writes at X Poetics about Fred Moten’s recent trip to the Bay Area, where he talked at The Public School, read at Small Press Traffic, and hosted two reading groups for his [...] by