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Jake Adam York’s Abide Reviewed at The Rumpus February 5, 2014: Today at The Rumpus, Brian Spear offers a review of Jake Adam York's latest, and sadly, final collection of poetry Abide. York died in December of 2012. Spear writes generally of York's work: One of the things I’ve long admired about Jake Adam York’s poetry is the way he wrote about his native south. It’s tricky to write about the [...] by

Further Tributes and Remembrances for Jake Adam York December 20, 2012: Jake Adam York's impact in life and, sadly, death continues to ripple throughout the poetry community. Here is an obit from the LA Times. And another in the Denver Post. And one, here, in the Westword blog. Additionally, the fine folks over at The Volta have put forth a call for tributes far and wide: The Volta will host a [...] by

Remembering Jake Adam York at The Rumpus, Remembrance + Memorial at UC-Denver December 18, 2012: Here is an obituary and remembrance of Jake Adam York posted by David Biespiel at this week's "Poetry Wire." Biespiel begins with a loving reflection on York. Then, a great number of writers (with encouragement of others to follow-up in the comments) add their own personal remembrances. It's a beautiful, collaborative eulogy. Biespiel [...] by

Jake Adam York Has Died December 17, 2012: A weekend rife with sadness got even worse with the news that Jake Adam York passed away. He suffered a severe stroke Saturday night, was in critical condition, and passed away on Sunday. He was 40 years old. Here are a few of many remembrances: Best American Poetry Blog Kenyon Review The Millions Poets & Writers And, a [...] by