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Carrie Lorig’s Expertise Is a Natural One April 26, 2016: The review we’re poring over today: Leora Fridman on Carrie Lorig’s The Pulp vs. the Throne (Artifice Books, 2015) at Jacket2. “Lorig’s is a wide-reaching grasp of a book that [...] by

Anthony Madrid’s Eclectic Golden Treasury March 31, 2016: If you haven’t been keeping up with Anthony Madrid’s guest commentaries at Jacket2 (wherein he posts “more or less exotic items” every Monday and Thursday, and has been since [...] by

César Vallejo’s Selected Writings Reviewed at Jacket2 March 21, 2016: At Jacket2, Patrick James Dunagan looks into César Vallejo’s Selected Writings, edited Joseph Mulligan and published by Wesleyan University Press. Most of the English-speaking world thinks of [...] by

New Robert Frost Recordings Now Available on PennSound March 10, 2016: At Jacket2, Chris Mustazza reveals the story behind a trove of never-before-heard audio recordings of Robert Frost, which are now available for your listening pleasure at PennSound. As part of my [...] by

Divya Victor in Conversation with Tania De Rozario at Jacket2 February 26, 2016: For her Jacket2 column “Discourses on Locality: Singapore” Divya Victor discusses writer, visual artist, and curator Tania de Rozario, including an interview with the multi-dimensional [...] by

Listen In: Steve McLaughlin Talks to the Amazing Angela Genusa February 19, 2016: Stephen McLaughlin had the wise idea to talk to poet, artist, and all-around genius Angela Genusa for his Jacket2 podcast, Into the Field; and now we are the fortunate listeners. “It seemed [...] by

Mia You on Physical Presence in Eileen Myles’s Writings at Jacket2 February 16, 2016: For her Jacket2 column, “The Uses of the Erotic//in Contemporary Poetry,” Mia You contributes in-depth reportage from the recent Poets & Critics symposium in France, centered on [...] by

At Jacket2, 37 Writers on Why & How They Work in Conceptual Modes February 8, 2016: For the past year, Divya Victor has been working with 37 poets and critics on “Conceptual writing (plural and global) and other cultural productions,” a documentation of the contours of [...] by

At Jacket2, Introduction to Mohamed Saghir Ouled Ahmed January 26, 2016: At Jacket2 Brahim El Guabli introduces Mohamed Saghir Ouled Ahmed, Tunisian poet, to readers. According to El Guabli, Ahmed is “probably Tunisia’s most prominent Arabic poet today.” [...] by

Keys Unlock: Deborah Meadows Interviews Andrew Maxwell January 20, 2016: “It’s just animal stuff, / this mystery / to win an audience,” writes Andrew Maxwell in Candor Is the Brightest Shield. Lucky us: Deborah Meadows has interviewed Maxwell about the [...] by