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Natalia Cecire on Poetry and (Gendered) Work June 24, 2016: Worth checking out at Jacket2 is Natalia Cecire’s newest commentary, “Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers.” Cecire, a lecturer in English and American Studies at the [...] by

National Poetry Month on Harriet, Brought to You by Dawn Lundy Martin, Daniel Borzutzky, Stephanie Young, & Brandon Shimoda April 1, 2016: This year for National Poetry Month we’ve decided to try something different. Starting on Monday and running through April, the blog will be guest-edited by four past Harriet contributors: Dawn [...] by

Little Lamb, Who Made Thee January 7, 2016: The pathology report was terrifying. It said the primary tumor was ugly: highly aggressive triple negative breast cancer, necrotic, reproducing at a rate beyond fast. And my friends, many of them [...] by

Hyperallergic Reviews Joshua Clover’s Red Epic October 7, 2015: At Hyperallergic, Jon Curley writes of Joshua Clover’s Red Epic (Commune Editions, 2015): “A swansong for the millennium has just been written and none too soon; or rather, an evensong for [...] by

Joshua Clover’s Fondest Memory, & More, at SF Weekly September 18, 2015: It must be Interview Friday. Put on your suit! Not. At SF Weekly, for one of our favorite columns, The Write Stuff, we have “Joshua Clover on Wearing Intense Knowledge Lightly and Changing [...] by

At Salon Joshua Clover Reminisces on the Beginning of the End of Spin July 24, 2015: Poet, rebel, and pop culture enthusiast—Joshua Clover—is back in the news, this time for his new Twitter tale called “How I Quit Spin.” Prompted by Sasha Frere-Jones and a bad U2 [...] by

Patrick James Dunagan Reviews Joshua Clover’s Red Epic July 15, 2015: At Your Impossible Voice, Patrick James Dunagan provides insight into Joshua Clover’s most recent collection of poems, Red Epic. The collection is published by Commune Editions: a new [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

Prefatory Remarks for Tarnac, A Preparatory Act Composed by Jean-Marie Gleize, for Warscapes March 31, 2014: At Warscapes, Jean-Marie Gleize on his new book of poetry in English, published in January by Kenning Editions: Tarnac, a preparatory act is the most recent volume in my cycle of works published in [...] by

The Editors of Commune Editions on Gwendolyn Brooks and Opting-Out at Jacket 2 March 21, 2014: At Jacket 2, the editors of Commune Editions write about “opting out,” particularly in relation to Gwendolyn Brooks. She’s one of our favorite poets. The editors of Commune Editions [...] by