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Simultaneously Familiar & Unrecognizable: Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson & Sarah Gerard February 24, 2015: At Entropy, Christopher Higgs reviews three “new notable books” by authors Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson, and Sarah Gerard. Higgs uses a screenshot-Tweet from Iggy Azalea as an epigraph! [...] by

Johannes Göransson and the Excess of Translation February 9, 2015: We’re always thinking about translation, especially this month with Dolores Dorantes and Jen Hofer writing in collaboration and through translation. So we were thrilled to see Johannes [...] by

Delusions of Progress December 29, 2014: It is not enough to suppress the adversary if you do not erase her memory and her ability to organize an alternative project… In the face of this strategy, we can understand that the three [...] by

This Is Not a Book Review November 7, 2014: Wild Grass on the Riverbank (Action Books, 2015) by Hiromi Ito is the newest book of translation by Jeffrey Angles, following his previous translation of Ito’s work, a collection of poems published [...] by

MCA Chicago’s Word Weekend and Harriet Present a Performance by Cassandra Troyan and Johannes Göransson July 22, 2014: Hey Chicago, what are you doing this weekend? Of course you’re stopping by the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Word Weekend. In case you haven’t heard what it’s about, it’s [...] by

A Broad Range of Luminosity: Aase Berg & HDR Photography July 21, 2014: An interesting piece at The Hairsplitter on Aase Berg’s recent Black Ocean book, Dark Matter, translated and introduced by Johannes Göransson. Written by Ryo Yamaguchi, this one’s [...] by

on the small press, part two: ‘the future is back’ April 21, 2014: The second in a series of posts featuring editors and publishers discussing their projects. First up: Noel Black and Mary Burger. —Noel Black Angry Dog Press started in 1998, I think. It was the [...] by

100 YRS OF SELFIE POETICS: On Monica McClure and Edith Södergran April 7, 2014: 1. Who is the girl that gives it away, that petocha “with a little purse like a puta for cigarettes and change”? How is a lyric poem like a girl who stages for the public a private moment? Who [...] by

Johannes Göransson on the Ambient Maternal Narratives of Gro Dahle & Dolores Dorantes March 24, 2014: Johannes Göransson writes about Gro Dahle and Dolores Dorantes for Montevidayo. (We recently pointed to a review by Seth Abramson at HuffPo of Dahle’s book, A Hundred Thousand Hours [UDP [...] by

Dashes Performing ‘Working-Class Poetry': Emily Dickinson to Johan Jönson February 11, 2014: At Actuary Lit, Beth Towle looks at what she considers to be “working-class poetry,” with a needle-eye on Emily Dickinson, who also serves as an example for what Towle likes to call the [...] by