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John Ashbery’s Breezeway Reviewed at Hyperallergic July 14, 2015: James Gibbons reviews John Ashbery’s new book, Breezeway (HarperCollins/Ecco), for Hyperallergic: “[Ashbery’s] writerly game is indulgence (in the sense of aesthetic pleasure, [...] by

Mexico City Lit Responds to Disappearances With Bilingual Anthology July 2, 2015: In early June, Mexico City Lit (a bilingual review and publishing house based in the nation’s capital) released Poets for Ayotzinapa, a free digital anthology created in response to the [...] by

New York City Libraries Receive Largest Funding Boost Ever June 26, 2015: Hyperallergic reports that the NYC Council voted and approved the fiscal year 2016 budget this week, which includes a $39 million-dollar boost for NYC libraries. More: In a deal on the fiscal year [...] by

Spend Some Quality Time With the Writing of Jean-Michel Basquiat June 25, 2015: At Hyperallergic, Megan N. Liberty gives Jean-Michel Basquiat the writer his due, referencing the current show at Brooklyn Museum, The Unknown Notebooks. “Seeing and reading the pages in the [...] by

It’s True: We <3 Bruce Conner May 27, 2015: As most poets do, as John Yau writes in his recent article at Hyperallergic. Conner, a postwar American artist who worked in nearly every medium throughout his career, is known for incorporating [...] by

All Members of USC’s 2016 MFA Class Drop Out of Program in Protest May 15, 2015: Hyperallergic and Artforum both report that the entire first-year MFA class of USC’s Roski School of Art has dropped out of the program in protest of current conditions. “The group of [...] by

Dancing to the Beat of a Different Drummer May 15, 2015: Hyperallergic brings news about a new website that translates words into drum beats. Typedrummer, created by Kyle Stetz, features a basic, easy-to-use user interface that invites participants to type [...] by

A Voyage in Search of Glyphs: Ed Sanders at Poets House May 7, 2015: In order to prepare for Ed Sanders’s new exhibition at Poets House, Kendra Sullivan and Ammiel Alcalay visited Sanders’s Woodstock, NY home where they poured through boxes of previously [...] by

Six Ridic Parts of Douglas Messerli’s Review of Baraka’s New Selected April 13, 2015: The part where he contrasts Baraka’s “self-doubt and humility” (good poems) with his “anger” (bad poems). The part where Messerli cares more about the fact that Baraka [...] by

Starry Messengers: Milton, Celestial Events, and More at Hyperallergic March 23, 2015: In her review of Starry Messengers: Signs and Science from the Skies (now on view at Harvard University’s Houghton Library until May 2), Allison Meier approaches celestial events through the [...] by