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Hyperallergic’s 2013 Poetry Snapshot December 30, 2013: Wow! What a collection of reviews! Via Hyperallergic, check out these treats (read: poetry recommendations) from John Yau, Barry Schwabsky, Albert Mobilio, and Michael Leong! We'll excerpt from the list with these write-ups from John Yau and Barry Schwabsky, respectively, below. Explore more at Hyperallergic. Alfred Starr Hamilton, A [...] by

New to the Archive October 16, 2013: Last week we mentioned a new poetry sampler of Latin@ poetry that we're excited to feature. Today, we're going to drill into the online archive and see what else has been added since we last checked in. Some recently added poets and poems to the archive include the likes of Anna Moschovakis with a variety of Thought Experiments and other [...] by

2013 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship Winners Announced July 18, 2013: The results are in! The Poetry Society of America recently announced the winners of its coveted, annual Chapbook Fellowships. Each year the winners' manuscripts are introduced by renowned poets and awarded a $1,000 prize. A list of the four winning poets is below: 2013 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship Winners New York Chapbook [...] 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 something with Whitman, Monique Wittig, J. G. Ballard and Dostoevsky’s 'underground man.'" Futhermore: "Göransson, who has previously published five books and [...] by

Artists & Poets—Join Us This Saturday! May 9, 2013: On Saturday, May 11 Poetry will sponsor the Poetry Foundation's first-ever symposium on poets and artists. Poets Bill Berkson and John Yau will be joined by artists Lesley Dill and Mildred Howard to talk about the intersections between visual art and poetry. The symposium will end with an announcement of a new collaboration between poet [...] by

Joan Mitchell: An Installation February 8, 2013: [caption id="attachment_60686" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Joan Mitchell, August 1935.[/caption] How does one install a quadriptych painting that is eight and a half feet tall and twenty feet wide? Very carefully! This week we welcome the Poetry Foundation's newest exhibition, Joan Mitchell: At Home in Poetry. Joan Mitchell’s mother [...] by

It’s the Last List, We Promise—But John Yau and Albert Mobilio Have Really Great Taste January 8, 2013: Perhaps you've had your fill of year-end best-of lists, but this one from Hyperallergic brains John Yau and Albert Mobilio is too good to let slip through the 2012 back door. Featuring poetry faves Joyelle McSweeney, Matvei Yankelevich, John Ashbery, Eileen Myles, Cathy Park Hong, Kevin Young, and more of that good thinking--as well as a fond [...] by

From Translating Mo’um to Engine Empire: John Yau on the Work of Cathy Park Hong December 4, 2012: The recent poetic output of Cathy Park Hong received an expansive review from John Yau over at Hyperallergic--check it out! In Part One, Yau looks at her first book, Translating Mo’um (Hanging Loose Press, 2002), where Hong "has focused on developing different imaginary lingua franca (or bridge languages) that make communication possible [...] by

John Yau Pays Necessary Attention to Poet and Filmmaker Frank Kuenstler (1928-1996) August 7, 2012: For Hyperallergic, John Yau has written a necessary piece about the much-neglected poet and filmmaker Frank Kuenstler, who died in 1996 and was the author of nine books. Yau looks at each one, if he can ("I do not own, nor have ever seen, copies of Continued and Miscellany, which have proven impossible to find, even on the Internet. It is [...] by

John Yau and the Artist’s Life June 7, 2011: In their fifth episode of "The Artist's Life," NYFA spends some time with poet John Yau, author of over a dozen books of poetry, fiction, and critcism; and Arts Editor of The Brooklyn Rail. Yau's next book of poems, My Latest Adventures in Monochrome, will be published by Copper Canyon Press in the spring of 2012. NYFA also got to meet a [...] by