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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

Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics Celebrates 40 Years at City Lights July 7, 2014: Did you know that City Lights has a podcast series? Did you know that the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics turns 40 this year? Well, satisfy both ends of your curiosity today at Live! From [...] by

Harry Mathews Interviewed by Barbara Henning at EOAGH June 27, 2014: EOAGH has an interview up with Harry Mathews, conducted by Barbara Henning! These two have been corresponding for years, sayeth BH. This particular conversation focuses on the women of Oulipo, who we [...] by

It’s Back! Writing from the New Coast Comes to Jacket2 in Cinematic Form May 12, 2014: It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Well, we wrote about New Coast to some degree in this post about Chris Funkhouser’s recollections of the conference. Now stay tuned to Jacket2, where the [...] by

Mapping the New Coast with Chris Funkhouser at Jacket2 May 7, 2014: At Jacket2 Chris Funkhouser reflects on his experience as an attendee at the New Coast Festival, organized by Juliana Spahr and Peter Gizzi at SUNY-Buffalo in 1993. Charles Bernstein and I met for [...] by

City Lights Releases Corrected Centennial Edition of Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons May 7, 2014: Rejoice, cake fans: City Lights has just released a centennial edition of Gertrude Stein’s Tender Buttons! In honor of the occasion, poet and author Michelle Tea, biographer Renate Stendhal, [...] by

‘We Probably Need, Like, 10 Vidas': Zoe Tuck and Axes for the Frozen Sea Inside Us May 3, 2014: Born in Texas, Zoe Tuck has been a participant in the Bay Area literary scene since 2008: she co-curated the Condensery Reading Series in Oakland and worked at Small Press Distribution for many [...] by