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How Poetry Saved My Life: A Hustler’s Memoir by Amber Dawn, Wins City of Vancouver Book Award November 27, 2013: Wow! Congratulations, Amber! A former sex-trade worker’s unflinching memoir of her life on the streets and her metamorphosis to writer and activist is the winner of this year’s City of [...] by

Travis Nichols Goes Into the Vortex with Paul Killebrew at Huffington Post October 14, 2013: Travis Nichols talks with Paul Killebrew about his newly published second book, Ethical Consciousness, at Huffington Post. Why did you call your book Ethical Consciousness? Fair warning, I’m [...] by

‘I don’t think of the distance as safe at all': Talking With Ron Padgett October 7, 2013: The Huffington Post smartly got poet, novelist, and former Harriet editor Travis Nichols to talk with national treasure Ron Padgett! Padgett’s Collected Poems will be out in November from [...] by

Hurray for Maya Angelou! September 6, 2013: Huffington Post reports that Maya Angelou will be the 2013 recipient of the Literarian Award. The Literarian Award is given by the National Book Foundation, for “contributions to the literary [...] by

The More You Know: Ten Everyday Phrases That Originated From Poetry August 13, 2013: Yes! From Huffington Post’s “Books” Section and brought to you by Max Minkler at Riffle we present: “Ten Everyday Phrases That Originated From Poetry.” Think poetry has [...] by

Blow-by-Blow Analysis of a Reggie Watts Performance July 29, 2013: Hope you didn’t miss Seth Abramason bringing the phenomenal Reggie Watts into his metamodernism corner–at HuffPo, Abramson introduces Watts’s TED Talk: Proof that metamodernism can [...] by

Andy Mister’s Liner Notes as Exemplary of ‘Metamodernism’ July 23, 2013: Seth Abramson’s newest poetry column is up at Huffington Post: This month, Abramson turns from his usual group review to focus on only one collection, using it as “a springboard for [...] by

The ’50s Challenge June 28, 2013: Okay, okay not that ’50s! On Huffington Post, Rita Wilson of Featured Fifty Fiction and Featured Fifty Fine Arts writes: Dear Readers, Since we launched Featured Fifty Fiction and then Featured [...] by

Why is Contemporary American Poetry So Good/Bad? June 24, 2013: As a result of “Why is modern poetry so bad?” and “Poetry Slam: Or the Decline of American Verse,” Seth Abramson has posted “Why Is Contemporary Poetry So Good?” [...] by

Seth Abramson Reviews Mathew Timmons March 1, 2013: Seth Abramson’s February poetry reviews are up at Huffington Post Books, and we’re interested in the range and diversity of books he highlights. Happily, he includes an astute review of [...] by