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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

Alejandra Pizarnik’s Uncollected Poems at Jacket2 February 26, 2014: We’re excited to see a selection of late poems by Alejandra Pizarnik, translated from the Spanish by Cole Heinowitz, published at Jacket2. For those unfamiliar with Pizarnik’s life and [...] by

On Editing Joglars February 18, 2014: Over the weekend at Jacket2, Tom Orange posted a great history of the post-New American Poetry journal Joglars, edited by Clark Coolidge and (George) Michael Palmer. Orange describes how the magazine [...] by

A WORLD OF MIRRORS: Cecilia Corrigan Reviews I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women February 13, 2014: At Jacket2, a long-awaited review from Cecilia Corrigan on I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women (Les Figues Press 2012). Corrigan makes some distinctions: “…[T]he reader [...] by

‘An inefficient workman quarrels with his tools’ February 6, 2014: When it comes to collaborative writing, we’re huge fans of the dynamic duo that is Amanda Ackerman and Harold Abramowitz. Over at Jacket2, Amanda Ackerman talks about their collaborative [...] by

Trevor Joyce Featured at Jacket2 February 4, 2014: Hey all you Jacket2 fans, you’ll want to wander over to Jacket2 today to check out a fabulous feature that went up recently featuring the writing of Irish poet Trevor Joyce. The feature is [...] by

Bobbie Louise Hawkins’s Home Videos January 23, 2014: We hope you’re like us and can never get too much Bob Creeley and friends. Up today at Jacket2 is a set of home videos shot by Bobbie Louise Hawkins from 1962-1965. From Charles Bernstein: [...] by

Dispatches from the MLA: Commune Editions at Jacket2 January 17, 2014: The editors of Commune Editions (Juliana Spahr, Joshua Clover, and Jasper Bernes) write from their experience of MLA at Jacket2. The Modern Languages Association is large enough that it is districted [...] by

Loving Her Medium: Madeline Gins, 1941-2014 January 9, 2014: Madeline Gins–poet, architect, artist, philosopher, and long-time collaborator with artist Shusaku Arakawa–died yesterday. “She was 72. The cause of death was cancer,” writes [...] by