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Harriet Monroe Reads! October 28, 2014: We’re very grateful to Chris Mustazza and Al Filreis at PennSound for posting this series of recordings of Harriet Monroe, founder of Poetry magazine, and from whom this wee blog’s name [...] by

Beyond Conventional Translation: Anne-Marie Albiach’s New Collected Poems October 28, 2014: Charles Bernstein writes on Jacket2 of Anne-Marie Albiach’s collected poems, Cinq le Choeur (1966-2012), just published by Poésie/Flammarion. “This magnificent 600-page collection of one [...] by

At Jacket 2 Angela Rawlings Talks Translation October 20, 2014: Did you know that “apiculture” is the art and science of raising honeybees? Or that Melitta Urbancic was a poet, actress, and sculptor who traveled from Austria to Iceland to escape the [...] by

Garry Thomas Morse’s Multilingual Writing October 16, 2014: At Jacket2, Sarah Dowling thinks through multilingual writing in the poetry of Garry Thomas Morse, and argues that “In asking that we attend to the untranslatable, to the unassimilable, [...] by

Platforms for Writing: Patrick Durgin Searches at Jacket 2 October 14, 2014: While explaining Hannah Weiner’s telegram in Art in the Mind, a study of conceptual art at Oberlin in 1970, Patrick Durgin walks readers through a few pieces that he has been working on, to be [...] by

Impermanent Architecture: At Jacket 2 Mercedes Eng Explores Built Environments October 14, 2014: Mercedes Eng most recent contribution to Jacket 2 looks at Vancouver’s tent city through the lens of two poetic texts about the built environment: Lisa Robertson’s Occasional Work and Seven [...] by

Cecily Nicholson’s Book-Length Documentary Poem, From the Poplars October 14, 2014: At The Small Press Book Review, rob mclennan reviewed Vancouver poet Cecily Nicholson’s second book, From the Poplars (Vancouver BC: Talonbooks, 2014). A book-length documentary poem that [...] by

Patrick Durgin Witnesses Jenny Holzer at Jacket 2 October 10, 2014: —but what I can say is that this article by Patrick Durgin about truth, government sensitivity, and social romanticism, newly published at Jacket 2 sure takes the cake. Delve in right here: No [...] by

The Writing Project That Was Heriberto Yépez September 19, 2014: Guillermo Parra has translated what appears to be a resignation letter from Mexican writer and poet Heriberto Yépez (“called one of the best writers and chroniclers of contemporary [...] by

‘writings writers write about writing have been curiously misread’ August 27, 2014: If you’re ever wondering what the difference might be between a manifesto and poetics, look no further than “Poetics and the manifesto: On Pierre Joris and Adrian Clarke” at [...] by