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Idra Novey on Our Nearing Epic of World Literature March 31, 2014: The Brooklyn Quarterly "asked writers and translators working today to share their thoughts and experiences of literary and cultural translation as a space that is perhaps simultaneously 'old' and 'new' for both the writer and the reader." Just up is poet Idra Novey in response to the question, "What’s new in literary translation?" An [...] by

Reading List: January 2014 January 14, 2014: [caption id="attachment_79868" align="aligncenter" width="500"] By Tatsuro Kiuchi. He has illustrated two Poetry magazine covers: July/August 2009 and October 2011. [/caption] Emily Berry I had a nightmare last night, probably because I am currently reading The Shining (the nightmare also featured cross-dressing as a means of disguise so it [...] by

Andrew Zawaki and Idra Novey in Conversation July 10, 2013: On Guernica this week, Andrew Zawacki and Idra Novey are featured in a conversation moderated by Erica Wright, Guernica's Poetry Editor, that touches on the subjects of imprisonment, technology, and translation. Zawaki is the author, most recently, of the poetry collection Videotape, Novey's most recent collection of poems is Exit, Civilian. [...] by

Brooklyn + Poets + Moms! April 5, 2013: The doorbell rings. Amanda’s here, with Beckett (4) and Scarlett (3 months). We lug the kids and their attendant gear up three flights of stairs. As soon as we’re all settled inside, the apartment feels smaller and things get hectic. The boys—Beckett and my son, Caleb (2)—play with Legos, tussling a bit over who gets what colors. Mandy [...] by

I Dreamt I Went to the 2012 Poets House Showcase Opening, and It Was Real July 16, 2012: Who: Corina Copp What: Poets House Showcase When: Saturday, June 30, 2012 Where: New York “Open Door” features audio, video, and online media to document dynamic interactions between poetry and its audience. “Open Door” showcases performance, scholarship, and engagement outside the usual boundaries of slams, workshops, and book [...] by