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Patrick Durgin’s Introduction to New French Edition of Clairvoyant Journal July 24, 2014: Wow: We are admittedly still making our way through this incredible, essential paper by Patrick Durgin, but please set your reading-marks on it, too. Currently at Jacket2 and written for the new [...] by

What a New Feminist Consciousness Looked Like for Montréal July 16, 2014: At Jacket2, we’re glad for Maggie Zurawski writing about Theory, A Sunday (Belladonna 2013), the recently translated version of a remarkable Canadian book on feminism and poetics that came out [...] by

Tyrone Williams Reviews Donato Mancini’s Buffet World July 15, 2014: Tyrone Williams reviews Vancouver poet Donato Mancini’s color-ful, not -ing book Buffet World (New Star Books, 2011) for Jacket2. Highly recommend you read both texts…here’s a hunk [...] by

Stephen Ratcliffe Reads 1000 Page Book in 10 Hour Recording June 17, 2014: Are you flying to Brazil for the World Cup? Maybe taking the Zephyr from Chicago to San Francisco this summer? Other long travel plans? Well, you can do worse than listening to Stephen Ratcliffe read [...] by

Reissuing Tom Raworth’s Infolio (1986-1991) June 11, 2014: Danny Snelson has reissued for Jacket2 again, this time slowly killing us with Tom Raworth’s excellent magazine, Infolio (1986-91). Snelson writes: Few magazines have exploded the periodical [...] by

At Jacket 2, Tyrone Williams on The Crystal Text June 10, 2014: Wow! We’re so glad to see this thoughtful review by Tyrone Williams of Craig Dworkin‘s recent title, The Crystal Text, published by Compline Editions, posted at Jacket 2. Craig Dworkin, [...] by

Scrawls, Shapes, and Doodles: Norman Fischer on the Playful Visual Poetry of Whalen, Grenier, and Lazer at Jacket2 May 27, 2014: Jacket2 has posted a lovely essay by Norman Fischer on Philip Whalen, Robert Grenier, and Hank Lazer’s visual poetry and its influence on his own writing. Fischer spends a moment to introduce [...] by

The Field of Phonotextuality Started Here May 23, 2014: In a fascinating piece called “Provenance Report” at Jacket2, Chris Mustazza digs into the mysterious origins of one of William Carlos Williams’s first audio recordings: a record [...] by

At Jacket2: Shifting Attention to Gertrude Stein as Bookmaker May 19, 2014: Sarah Stone writes for Jacket2 about the editions, carnets, cahiers, copybooks, and “idiosyncratic conceptual matchmaking practice” of book design, hybrid English and French naming, and [...] by

Commune Editions Gets a Little Bit Poetic February 27, 2014: New from Commune Editions at Jacket2, “Elegy, or the Poetics of Surplus.” We often find ourselves discussing, often in rooms with other poets, often in schoolish settings, what it means [...] by