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2016 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award and Kate Tufts Discovery Award Announced January 27, 2016: Yesterday we learned of this year’s finalists for the whopping $100,000 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award and $10,000 Kate Tufts Discovery Award. Before we get to the finalists, a little about the [...] by

There Exist These Opulent Gardens January 25, 2016: What does it mean to have senses at the end of the world, and what does it mean to have them in common? I was wanting to weep on Wilshire Boulevard, wanting to weep for Soul Cycles and fraying palms [...] by

Fred Moten in the Art-World Fold October 27, 2015: At Art Agenda, Rachael Rakes reviews artist Wu Tsang’s latest solo exhibition at New York’s Clifton Benevento, “the result of an exchange with Fred Moten, the poet and theorist whose [...] by

‘Literature is against us': In Conversation with Anne Boyer August 30, 2015: If you don’t know Anne Boyer’s work, you should. She’s a fierce intellect, tremendous poet, and laudable person. I’m grateful she spent time untangling my meandering [...] by

Walt Hunter & Marijeta Bozovic Consider Poetry in Global Terms for Arcade August 26, 2015: The Colloquies at “digital salon” Arcade are something to pore over, particularly for those of us who tend toward the occasional open access. Described as “a changing index to [...] by

Fred Moten in Conversation with Adam Fitzgerald at Literary Hub August 5, 2015: Literary Hub Contributing Editor, Adam Fitzgerald, speaks with Fred Moten about a wide-range of topics in this recent interview, including–but certainly not limited to–Harold Bloom and [...] by

Music all the Time: Fred Moten Interview at Open House July 21, 2015: At Open House, editor Housten Donham interviews Fred Moten. They discuss The Feel Trio, visual and spatial models, sound and music, Moten’s early influences, being poetry, and more. An excerpt: [...] by

Elizabeth Willis Reviews Fred Moten for Boston Review July 15, 2015: At Boston Review, Elizabeth Willis reviews two Fred Moten titles, The Feel Trio (Letter Machine Editions 2014) and The Little Edges (Wesleyan, 2014). “Poetry, by virtue of its adaptive [...] by

Evening Has Arrived in Affect Issue of Evening Will Come July 2, 2015: The “Affect and Poetry” issue of Evening Will Come, edited by Julie Carr and Aaron Angello, is here and well worth your reading-time. This one features essays by an incredible lot: Fred [...] by

Kenneth Goldsmith Says He Is an Outlaw June 1, 2015: To be a black man in the United States of America is to be in a constant state of war and I am tired, I’m just so tired of the war. White people want me to be dangerous, scary or sexy, they never [...] by