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L.A. Times Book Prize Finalists for 2013 Announced February 19, 2014: Jacket Copy today announced the finalist for the 2013 Los Angeles Times Book Prize, which include 50 books in 10 categories. We'll skip right ahead to the meat of it and give you the finalists in the Poetry category: Poetry Joshua Beckman, “The Inside of an Apple,” Wave Books Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, “Hello, the Roses,” New [...] by

Beckman, McCann, and Rohrer on Erasing the Romantics December 3, 2012: Head on over to The Kenyon Review blog for this interview with Joshua Beckman, Anthony McCann, and Matthew Rohrer, who, collaboratively, performed erasures on seminal Romantic texts, which resulted in Gentle Reader!. Andrew David King's intro: It makes sense to me why a group of contemporary poets with more avant-garde than [...] by

Joshua Beckman & Jon Beacham Collaboration a Beaut July 26, 2012: We've just heard tell of a new book from Joshua Beckman, this time in collaboration with filmmaker, printer, bookseller and artist Jon Beacham, who runs The Brother in Elysium. The two nominally similar gents are having a party in New York to celebrate the release...details b'low. Also note it's the closing of a lovely exhibition: The [...] by

Wave Books Unveils a SoundCloud May 14, 2012: And here's what it contains: Now you can listen to all of the recordings from the 2009 3 Days of Poetry Festival, including readings from Dorothea Lasky, Mary Ruefle, Joshua Beckman, Matthew Zapruder, Rachel Zucker, Noelle Kocot, Jon Woodward, Anthony McCann, Matthew Rohrer, Geoffrey Nutter, Richard Meier, Maggie Nelson, Dara Wier, and [...] by

Wave Books throws everything at the wall, finds poetry collections stick on their own March 28, 2011: In an article for the Seattle Times, Mary Ann Gwinn looks at the success the five-year-old Wave Books has had in helping its poets find readers while maintaining critical acclaim. Launching a poetry-only publishing house was a leap of faith, says Wave Books editor Joshua Beckman, powered by a lot of untested ideas: "We had more ideas than we [...] by