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Ben Mirov’s Hider Roser Rides On February 21, 2013: Ben Mirov's latest book is still making the review rounds, this time at The Rumpus with Gina Myers. As other reviewers have noted, Mirov's poems work a spell of disorientation; but Myers sees the derangement Hider Roser delivers as ultimately resolving in familiarity with something. Myers begins: The experience of reading Ben Mirov’s [...] by

Talking with Gina Myers of Lame House Press December 26, 2012: The folks over at Kill Your Darlings are thinking about chapbooks, and who better to talk to about the topic than Gina Myers. She's been kicking out the chapbook goods for years with Lame House Press. Matt DeBenedictis introduces their conversation by thinking about the hand-made quality of chapbooks: The chapbooks that I’ve always [...] by

Refusing to Settle: Gina Myers on j/j hastain November 8, 2012: Gina Myers reviews j/j hastain's long past the presence of common (Say It With Stones 2011) for PANK Blog, writing that the work is an "an attempt to establish what it means to be a 'cyborgian gender'" and brings together "fragments of lyric poetry, theoretical prose, and visual art focused on the body and moving past the limitations of the [...] by

David Trinidad reviewed June 7, 2012: We learned yesterday that David Trinidad won a Lambda Literary Award for his work editing Tim Dlugos's A Fast Life: The Collected Poems of Tim Dlugos. Now, over at Coldfront Gina Myers provides a glowing review of Trinidad's Dear Prudence: New & Selected Poems. Dear Prudence: New & Selected Poems is a formidable collection that makes a [...] by

Where Are We Going: Gina Myers on Ryan Eckes March 15, 2012: Gina Myers reviews Philadelphia poet Ryan Eckes's first book, Old News (Furniture Press 2011), over at The Rumpus. Myers notes immediately that, while the book is particularly local to Philly, that "the poems can easily register with anyone who has lived in a close-knit neighborhood or who has tried to be a part of a community and knows the [...] by