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Rest in Peace, John Perreault: 1937-2015 September 10, 2015: Art critic, artist, and poet, John Perreault, passed away this week at the age of 78. He started as a poet and painter but began writing art criticism after John Ashbery recommended him to Art News. [...] by

‘What kind of glue did they use?': Todd Colby Reviews Ashbery and Maddin Exibition July 22, 2015: Take a cool, breezy tour through the latest Tibor de Nagy exhibition, consisting of collages by John Ashbery and Guy Maddin, with your guide Todd Colby. Over at Fanzine, Colby walks us through the [...] by

John Ashbery’s Breezeway Reviewed at Hyperallergic July 14, 2015: James Gibbons reviews John Ashbery’s new book, Breezeway (HarperCollins/Ecco), for Hyperallergic: “[Ashbery’s] writerly game is indulgence (in the sense of aesthetic pleasure, [...] by

Peter Dayton Arranges Ashbery, Swenson, and Johnson Poems June 15, 2015: We’re always interested to see poetry coming into contact with other arts. Over the weekend we stumbled upon Tim Smith’s review in the Baltimore Sun of composer Peter Dayton’s [...] by

The Contents of Individual Memory: Dan Chiasson Reviews John Ashbery’s Breezeway May 27, 2015: Daniel Chiasson reviews John Ashbery’s new book, Breezeway (Ecco) for The New Yorker: “Few others of his generation would think to put ‘lemon telenovela’ or [...] by

Ashbery: It Is Unlikely That I Will Become a Novelist May 8, 2015: The New York Times spends a moment with ever-sharp and witty John Ashbery to discuss what he’s reading at the moment and his perspective of his literary career. From NYT: The poet, whose latest [...] by

John Ashbery and Dorothea Lasky on PoetryNow! May 7, 2015: During our big National Poetry Month blog extravaganza, you may have been dedicating your web-time to reading an amazing array of posts from our 20 bloggers. With a fresh start in May, we’re [...] by

Siren Song, or, The Open Veins of Latin America April 15, 2015: When I opened my eyes Ursa Major was rearing up, or standing on her head upon the brightening horizon, just beyond my windowpane, just a few steps beyond my right eye. & late in the wee hours the [...] by

Poetry and Grief April 7, 2015: What might a poem about grief and the immediate shock that precedes it look like? I’d like to imagine a long meditation, something about a collective hurt and shared pain, empathy and a call to a [...] by

Poets & Translators Tribute Tomaž Šalamun at Artforum March 4, 2015: Artist and friend Abraham Adams leads a tribute to Tomaž Šalamun (1941–2014) for Artforum. Chosen ones include Matvei Yankelevich, Ariana Reines, Purdey Lord Kreiden and Michael Thomas Taren, and [...] by