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Believable: The Believer Announces Shortlist for The Believer Poetry Award March 7, 2014: "As with the Believer Book Award, each year the editors of the Believer select five recent poetry collections they thought were the finest and most deserving of greater recognition." The five finalists for The Believer Poetry Award are below! The winner will be announced in the May 2014 issue. To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems by [...] by

Suzanne Scanlon on Karen Green’s Bough Down August 22, 2013: Suzanne Scanlon posts a thought-provoking write-up about Karen Green's Bough Down over at The Millions. Scanlon considers books about death, addresses grief as a concept that is separate from the identity of the person who is lost, and writes about the writer and artist—Karen Green's—relationship with the person who is gone. [...] by

At The Guardian: Karen Green’s Debut Collection, Bough Down June 10, 2013: Published by Siglio Press, Karen Green's debut collection of prose poems and collages, Bough Down, addresses her experiences following the suicide of her husband: the late David Foster Wallace. It's garnering fantastic reviews and we can't wait to read it. Most recently, Bough Down received some love from The Guardian: Artist Karen [...] by