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Wonder & Les Figues Announce 2014 Book Prize Winners & Select New Titles! January 7, 2015: How about some killer contest news? Here’s one: Wonder has just announced the winner of the 2014 Wonder Book Prize, judged by Rachel Levitsky, which goes to Uljana Wolf for her manuscript i [...] by

Real Kill List, Kill List, Naming Names, & Delusions All December 30, 2014: At Entropy, Housten Donham makes fundamental Josef Kaplan’s Kill List, using it to invoke recent essays on all things conceptual, drawing in both Barrett Watten’s “On Naming [...] by

Commune Editions on Romance and Kill Lists at Jacket2 February 5, 2014: Commune Editions’s Juliana Spahr, Joshua Clover, and Jasper Bernes on Wordsworth, spontaneous overflow of emotion, revolution, and kill lists at Jacket2. I have said that poetry is the [...] by

Vanessa Place Considers the Poetic & Fetishistic Qualities of Heimrad Bäcker’s Seascape January 8, 2014: Vanessa Place reviews Heimrad Bäcker’s Seascape (Ugly Duckling Presse 2013) for Constant Critic. We wrote about the text not too long ago. Bäcker was a teenage member of the Nazi Party, and [...] by

Drone War Poem: Joyelle McSweeney Defends Josef Kaplan’s Kill List October 17, 2013: Responses to Josef Kaplan’s Kill List (Cars Are Real 2013), which we aimed at the other day, are employing the Internet’s breakneck form well–Joey Yearous-Algozin has already made [...] by

Baltimore’s CARS ARE REAL Presents Josef Kaplan’s Kill List, Among Other Clean Energy October 11, 2013: Are you a rich poet? Comfortable? Missing? Find out: Josef Kaplan’s Kill List is now available as a free PDF from CARS ARE REAL, a way-worthy new project from Baltimore poet and artist [...] by

Washington Post’s Alexandra Petri Responds to Unflattering Haiku on Her Forehead January 28, 2013: The Washington Post editorial inquiring as to poetry’s would-be dwelling in the world of the non-living has certainly received its detractors, one of which was us. Turns out Alexandra Petri [...] by

In The Believer, Diana Hamilton on Josef Kaplan’s Democracy Is Not for the People January 3, 2013: We are heartened: Diana Hamilton has reviewed Josef Kaplan’s Democracy Is Not for the People (back in stock!) for The Believer! Will wonders never. You’ll have to purchase the print issue [...] by

Summer Edition of Poetic Labor Project Features Jamie Townsend, Anna Vitale, Josef Kaplan, and Catherine Wagner July 23, 2012: The newest installment of The Poetic Labor Project is up, featuring a “new set of texts considering poetry, politics, and labor” by Jamie Townsend, Anna Vitale, Catherine Wagner, and [...] by

‘If you make any kind of art, you might want to read this': A Valuable Response from Marie Buck on Josef Kaplan’s ‘Theses on the Aesthetics of Violence’ July 10, 2012: A Better World Is Probable: Detroit-based poet Marie Buck shares a necessary response to Josef Kaplan’s “Theses on the Aesthetics of Violence,” published at Lana Turner last week [...] by