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New to the Archive October 28, 2015: The Poetry Foundation’s online archive of poetry is ever expanding. Here’s a look at some recent additions you may have missed over the last few months: Orlando White, who will be joining us as [...] by

Juliana Spahr & Stephanie Young Problematize the ‘Mainly White Room’ of the Literary Community September 21, 2015: We’d be remiss to think we could easily summarize “The Program Era and the Mainly White Room,” by Juliana Spahr and Stephanie Young, published this weekend at the Los Angeles Review [...] by

Juliana Spahr’s That Winter the Wolf Came Featured at The New York Times Sunday Book Review August 28, 2015: The New York Times’s Stephen Burt reviews Juliana Spahr’s newest collection That Winter the Wolf Came, published by Commune Editions. Burt, poet and Professor of English at Harvard [...] by

Responding to ‘What Is Literary Activism?’ August 21, 2015: [Editor’s Note: As a response to Amy King’s recent post “What Is Literary Activism?,” Wendy Trevino, Juliana Spahr, Tim Kreiner, Joshua Clover, Chris Chen, and Jasper Bernes [...] by

Juliana Spahr Talks Success, Money, Wilderness, Poetry at SF Weekly August 7, 2015: Juliana Spahr is interviewed at SF Weekly! Evan Karp asks her all the right questions for The Write Stuff, including how she talks about what she does, if she considers herself successful, and more. [...] 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

Kenneth Goldsmith Says He Is an Outlaw June 1, 2015: To be a black man in the United States of America is to be in a constant state of war and I am tired, I’m just so tired of the war. White people want me to be dangerous, scary or sexy, they never [...] by

Poets House and the Oakland Museum of California Team up for Powerhouse Reading May 14, 2015: If you’re in Oakland or surrounding areas tomorrow evening, you’ll want to stop by the Oakland Museum of California to check out a reading by Cedar Sigo, Juliana Spahr, and Tanya Sarmina. [...] by

I Don’t Know How To Live April 17, 2015: In This Connection of Everyone With Lungs, Juliana Spahr’s “Poem Written from November 30, 2002 to March 27, 2003” opens with a litany of thoughts upon waking in the morning to the sound of [...] by

Mills College Adjunct Instructors Fight for the Right to Unionize August 4, 2014: The East Bay Express slam dunks this recent article about Mills College adjunct faculty’s fight to earn a living-wage. While shedding light on the plight of Bay Area adjunct professors, many of [...] by