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Poetry Against the War March 18, 2014: The poems in our March 2014 issue come from poets who will be featured at the Split This Rock Poetry Festival in Washington, D.C. at the end of this month. Among the poets taking up the theme of "provocation & witness" are Natalie Diaz, Dunya Mikhail, Claudia Rankine, Tim Seibles, Danez Smith, and many others. Sarah Browning notes in her [...] by

Peter Riley’s Thorough Read of Three New York School Collecteds July 1, 2013: Peter Riley has given seriously comprehensive looks to the New York School--or three brilliant aspects of it--for the UK's Fortnightly Review. Riley looks at the recent Collecteds of Barbara Guest, Joe Ceravolo, and James Schuyler. On Guest: Not that the early work is conventional. There is a range of commitment to unorthodox [...] by

A Rare Video of James Schuyler Reading Surfaces at Jacket2 August 9, 2012: Over at Jacket2 is a seriously rare treat--a video of James Schuyler reading at the San Francisco Art Institute on February 10, 1989. With an introduction by Bill Berkson. The complete recording is also available. Lucky us. by

Found: Two Unpublished Poems by James Schuyler August 2, 2012: Once again at Isola di Rifiuti, John Latta has a great post: while "looking for something only tangentially related to [James] Schuyler—a copy of anything indubitably typed on Frank O’Hara’s Museum of Modern Art office typewriter," Latta discovered two unpublished Schuyler poems: Found: two (seemingly) previously unpublished James [...] by

Appreciations of James Schuyler July 5, 2012: See this post by David Kaufman, over at Jacket2, that gathers a "small collection of essays, appreciations, and poems" in honor of the great James Schuyler. Kaufman writes: Just a little more than twenty years after his death, James Schuyler seems to be doing well, thank you. The bulk of his work is in print (his collected and [...] by

Eileen Myles on relationships and refusing to align with Greek statues December 3, 2010: Antonio Gonzalez's Lambda Literary interview with Eileen Myles covers a lot of ground—race, class, gender, sexuality, politeness, sentimentality, professionalization—but the discussions all revolve around poets' relationships to one another and what it means to belong, or not, to certain artistic communities. I don’t really have an [...] by