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Reading List: November 2015 November 10, 2015: Kazim Ali I read some books because I am teaching them, others because I might be reviewing them, others are only for my pleasure. At the moment I am re-reading Naomi Shihab Nye’s newest collection [...] by

Two Celebrations of Richard O. Moore October 2, 2015: As Garrett Caples writes in to the City Lights blog, there are two events this month that are be-there-or-be-square terrain for the East Bay poetry crowd: on Saturday, October 25, from 8 p.m. to 12 [...] by

A Pairing of Surrealist Poetry and Painting May 21, 2015: If you like surrealist poetry and painting raise your hand. Since all of our hands are up, let’s continue on to the City Lights blog where Garrett Caples writes about the current exhibition at [...] by

RIP Richard O. Moore March 26, 2015: From Garrett Caples at the City Lights blog, we learned the very sad news today of the death of Richard O. Moore at the age of 95. Moore was a pioneering television broadcaster with a long-time [...] by

Garrett Caples in Conversation with Patrick James Dunagan, Brian Lucas, and Micah Ballard at Bookslut October 7, 2014: Hey Chicago, speaking of lectures at the Poetry Foundation… Garrett Caples, poet and author of newly published collection of essays, Retrievals, published by Wave, is giving a talk on [...] by

Sotère Torregian’s New Age of Gold May 27, 2014: Garrett Caples writes for the City Lights blog about Sotère Torregian, “the Newark, NJ-born California surrealist by way of the New York School.” Torregian has just published a [...] by

Garrett Caples Gives Mad Props to The Little Magazine March 18, 2014: At the City Lights blog, Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here, Garrett Caples gives a rousing thumbs up (that’s a plural: two thumbs) to the publications genre of “the little [...] by

Garrett Caples on Surrealism in the United States December 16, 2013: Garrett Caples writes about André Breton, his “inadvertent [sparking of] the Haitian revolution of 1946,” and the history of Surrealism in the U.S. for the City Lights blog. An excerpt: [...] by

WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE: Garrett Caples Speaks to Michael McClure November 15, 2013: Yup, that’s Michael McClure on the far left. Garrett Caples speaks to McClure on the eve of City Lights’s re-publication of Ghost Tantras, first published in 1964, at SF Bay Guardian. I [...] by

Lamantia Presented at Counterpath September 26, 2013: The always captivating Andrew Joron and Garrett Caples presented the eternally captivating poetry of Philip Lamantia this past week at Counterpath in Denver, CO. And we’re thrilled that someone [...] by