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More on the CIA School of Creative Writing July 11, 2014: There might as well just be an MFA program for this too, already. Hyperallergic reports that the CIA, like “any proper organization that produces large quantities of writing” “has a [...] by

Taking Paul Violi Seriously July 8, 2014: Hyperallergic has Barry Schwabsky writing about Paul Violi–match made in The Tame Magpie. “According to Charles North and Tony Towle … our poet was ambivalent about being labeled [...] by

Between Two Boards: the Truth About Antique Book Endpaper Patterns July 1, 2014: Hyperallergic’s Allison Meier uncovers the mysterious world of book endpapers, with the help of Norway’s Bergen Public Library. Take a peak at the public library’s awesome Flickr [...] by

Hyperallergic Voyages to the Futurist Universe at the Guggenheim June 13, 2014: Hyperallergic’s Charles Eppley sends this postcard from the Guggenheim’s new exhibition “Italian Futurism, 1909-1944: Reconstructing the Universe,” site of a special program [...] by

Words on Barry Schwabsky’s New Volume of Essays, Words for Art June 9, 2014: Poet Barry Schwabsky is well known for his criticism–as art editor of The Nation, frequent contributor to Hyperallergic, among others— “one has the sense that casting so wide a net was [...] by

Why Not Adventure Elsewheres (with Michaux!) June 5, 2014: Ah, Paris—the city of heavenly delights! Why not take a voyage there, with Hyperallergic, to find the new Henri Michaux retrospective: “Adventure of the symbols.” (Looks don’t [...] by

Charles Bernstein on Just the Station of Gins & Arakawa May 13, 2014: Charles Bernstein shares the space once and still inhabited by Madeline Gins and Shusaku Arakawa for Hyperallergic in “What Happens When the Artist Drops Away? The Legacy of Arakawa and [...] by

Marinetti, Italian Futurism at the Guggenheim in Review at Hyperallergic March 14, 2014: The politics and artwork of the Futurists are forever intertwined. At Hyperallergic, Robert C. Morgan assesses Italian Futurism‘s legacy, on the occasion of a new show at the Guggenheim. The [...] by

Partisan Review Now Digitized for Your Reading Pleasure March 5, 2014: And what pleasure it is! Thanks to Hyperallergic for letting us know that the past 70 years of the Partisan Review are fully digitized and available for public reading through the Boston [...] by

Sweet Scores from the 2014 LA Art Book Fair February 7, 2014: 24,450 visitors?! 260 exhibitors?! Artist books, zines, catalogues, and other multiples?! Hyperallergic’s Hrag Vartanian gave himself a budget of $100 went well over budget scoring oodles of [...] by