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Believable: The Believer Announces Shortlist for The Believer Poetry Award March 7, 2014: "As with the Believer Book Award, each year the editors of the Believer select five recent poetry collections they thought were the finest and most deserving of greater recognition." The five finalists for The Believer Poetry Award are below! The winner will be announced in the May 2014 issue. To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems by [...] by

OmniVerse Becomes ZombieVerse! January 3, 2014: The editors over at OmniVerse are bringing out the (living)dead for this month's issue that "features works revived from lost and out-of-print publications, curated by RJ Ingram." And what a parade it is, featuring: a Creeley talk on Emily Dickinson originally publish in Ironwood in 1986, poetry by Laynie Browne from L O R E, more poetry by [...] by

Graham Foust Reading Aboard The Drunken Boat May 29, 2013: We're not the only ones curious about how poets get their read on. Over at the Drunken Boat, Graham Foust is dishing out titles he's been reading lately. For instance: While the retrograde formalist in me resists the idea of biographies, I do tend to read a lot of them. I’ve got two going right now: Hiding Man, Tracey Daugherty’s [...] by

Counterpath Helps Launch New Norton Anthology of Postmodern American Poetry March 19, 2013: Colorado ain't letting us down: Counterpath recently hosted the Denver launch of the new edition of the groundbreaking Norton Anthology of Postmodern American Poetry, with readings by Julie Carr, Graham Foust, Noah Eli Gordon, Bin Ramke, Eleni Sikelianos, Anne Waldman, and introductions by Paul Hoover (editor of the anthology). More about [...] by

Audio of Mary Jo Bang and Graham Foust Reading from their Recent Translations October 24, 2012: Check out this post from the Center for the art of Translation, called "Two Voices: Mary Jo Bang and Graham Foust." From the introduction: Translator and poet Graham Foust began this event by reading from his translations of Ernst Meister, a 20th century German philosopher (co-translated with Samuel Frederick). Meister’s poetry was [...] by

Gina Myers Talks to Graham Foust About Ernst Meister October 16, 2012: At Frontier Psychiatrist, Graham Foust is interviewed by poet Gina Myers about In Time's Rift, Foust's new translation of the work of German poet Ernst Meister. "Published by Wave Books, the collection consists of short, concise poems that 'at once entice and irritate the mouth and mind,' as translators Graham Foust and Samuel Frederick write [...] by

Death, Translation, and Ernst Meister September 26, 2012: Rumpus reviewer Alex Estes takes on the new translation of Ernst Meister's In Time's Rift, discussing this German poet's thoughts on what it is that comes after life. Miester, who died in 1979, has been resurrected by translators Graham Foust and Samuel Fredrick, who, in Estes opinion, do an admirable job balancing the spirit of the text with [...] by

Two Different Wave Books Giveaways June 19, 2012: Got a GoodReads account? If not, sign up and take part in these two different book giveaway contests. You could win As Long As Trees Last, by Hoa Nguyen or In Time's Rift (Im Zeitspalt), by Ernst Meister, translated by Graham Foust and Samuel Frederick (remember when you first hear about it?). Both books come out in September. Go! by

Graham Foust and Samuel Frederick Introduce Us to the Work and Life of Ernst Meister June 14, 2012: Over at Poetry Society of America: Graham Foust and Samuel Frederick, translators of Ernst Meister's In Time's Rift (Im Zeitspalt), forthcoming in September from Wave Books, have written a great introduction to the work and life of the writer (1911-1979). The facts: Ernst Meister had already begun writing poetry, prose, and dramatic [...] by