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In Defense of— June 28, 2013: I have an extremely stubborn resistance to entering debates about poetry that occur in mainstream publications. So while blogging this month for Harriet, I’ve stuck to my own interests and [...] by

John Yau & Blake Butler Both Review Johannes Göransson’s Haute Surveillance June 24, 2013: A couple of good reviews in for Johannes Göransson’s new book, Haute Surveillance (Tarpaulin Sky, 2013)! First up, John Yau writes for Hyperallergic that HS is a book that “shares [...] by

Deterritorializations: Repetition, Stutter, Report (the first of two brief forays) May 1, 2013: The book is liquid dreams. Writing is stone. Writing is breath unheld. The book is air and underground passages. Where there is no water, but light is liquid. Where warm bodies gather. In translation [...] by

New Issue of ACTION YES! November 8, 2012: Issue 17 of ACTION YES is up. This one is co-edited by Carina Finn & Ji yoon Lee, with contributions by Johannes Göransson and Emily Hunt. Here you go! by

The Bride Stripped Bare October 24, 2012: Two posts converge, here and here, and we have Johannes Göransson from Montevidayo to thank for bringing them together (and for posting the video below). At the recent panel at Poets House on the [...] by

Poets House Gets Kitschy October 16, 2012: It’s either awesomely avant or it’s kitsch… or kitsch is avant?… or avant is kitsch?… Well, if you’re confused too and in New York on October 20th, head over to [...] by

The joke goes: How many hipsters does it take to write a poem? August 3, 2012: What? You don’t know??? All joking aside, there is indeed serious talk about what constitutes a “hipster” aesthetic in poetry. And we have Johannes Göransson to thank for guiding [...] by

Johannes Göransson Responds to New Sincerity Discussion June 8, 2012: At Montevidayo, Johannes Göransson offers a few responses to an HTMLGIANT conversation about Sincerity and New Sincerity, ringing familiar when he writes, “I’ve always felt very sincere [...] by

Kyle Minor Reviews the McSweeney/Göransson Chap Deformation Zone March 28, 2012: Speaking of translations, over at HTMLGIANT, Kyle Minor has more than some notes on the chapbook Deformation Zone: On Translation, co-written by Johannes Goransson and Joyelle McSweeney and just out [...] by

Blake Butler Interviews Johannes Göransson June 3, 2011: Blake Butler of HTMLGIANT interviews Johannes Göransson today. Author of Dear Ra, A New Quarantine Will Take My Place, Pilot, and most recently Entrance to a colonial pageant in which we all begin [...] by