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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 poetics of kitsch, many topics were touched upon, including Laura Mullen's poetry-weddings. About the panel, Göransson writes: I talked [...] 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 Poets House to hear Johannes Göransson, Joyelle McSweeney, Sianne Ngai, and Daniel Tiffany talk about all things kitsch. From the PH website: Kitsch is a way of [...] 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 us through this tangled discussion over at Montevidayo. Göransson begins by drawing attention to this Sean Bishop post at Ploughshares where Bishop discusses [...] 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 about my approach to poetry, but I’ve always felt dismayed at the kinds of discussions 'sincerity' seems to generate..." The discussion referenced was [...] 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 from Ugly Duckling. The book, UDP writes, comprises two essays, one by each author, exploring their ideas. Minor introduces the authors [...] 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 to intricate (Tarpaulin Sky); co-editor of Action Books and Action Yes; blog auteur at Montevidayo; and translator of the stunning Aase Berg, among [...] by

Indie Publishing: Two Questions and More Answers October 31, 2009: Regarding my previous post on indie publishing, Glen has commented, "In some ways I feel like there’s too much poetry being published right now and not enough filtering, so it’s interesting to hear from people who feel the opposite." To this, I've responded that his question "leads to the question of filtering, the criteria for filtering, and [...] by