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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

Barry Schwabsky Reviews Four New Books of Poetry by Poets He’d Never Previously Known . . . March 9, 2015: Barry Schwabsky writes some short reviews of poetry books for Hyperallergic, acknowledging that the common thread is his previous unfamiliarity with the authors: “I’ve decided now to write [...] by

There’s No Godot: Douglas Messerli on Beckett’s Poetry March 3, 2015: At Hyperallergic, Douglas Messerli gives a second glance to The Collected Poems of Samuel Beckett: a relatively new and sleek, 500-page block that invites readers to explore Beckett’s other [...] by

Douglas Messerli Discusses Lev Rubinstein’s Poetry at Hyperallergic February 11, 2015: Is Lev Rubstein a conceptualist? Well, as Messerli writes, he’s a Moscow Conceptualist but “before we begin to categorize his poetry, it is helpful to perceive that Russian conceptualism, [...] by

Who Knew That Books Can Judge You Too? February 5, 2015: Not so fast, wise guy! The next time that you cast a bemused stare at the cover of a book, it may be an invention of the rogue Dutch designer and digital entrepreneur, Thijs Biersteker. According to [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Reviews Wong May at Hyperallergic January 19, 2015: In the newest installment of “Weekend Reads” at Hyperallergic Barry Schwabsky reviews Wong May’s most recent collection of poems, Picasso’s Tears: Poems 1978-2013. The [...] by

‘He hasn’t branded himself': John Yau on Anselm Berrigan’s Pregrets January 6, 2015: John Yau writes about Anselm Berrigan for Hyperallergic! Importantly, this piece highlights Berrigan’s most recent book, Pregrets, published late in 2014 by Sydney-based Vagabond Press. Yau [...] by