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Abigail Beckel and Kathleen Rooney in The Editor’s Corner at VIDA March 20, 2013: Over at VIDA, Abigail Beckel and Kathleen Rooney of the hybrid-genre Rose Metal Press talk about their roles as editors and publishers. We’re especially interested in presses that support as [...] by

New to the Archive January 8, 2013: Let’s crack into the stacks to see what’s been added to the online archive since we last checked in. Joining the archive (yes, that’s a ligature pun) are a heap of poems by Forrest [...] by

‘I’m glad you asked about smells': An Interview with Kathleen Rooney December 6, 2012: Head over to The Nervous Breakdown for this interview with Kathleen Rooney author of, most recently, Robinson Alone, which takes Weldon Kees’s “Robinson” poems as a starting point. [...] by

Kathleen Rooney Reviews Heather Christle’s New Collection July 27, 2012: Over at Coldfron, Kathleen Rooney is a bit weary in this review of Heather Christle’s What is Amazing. Although she draws attention to the poems’ “Zen-like quality,” Rooney [...] by

“An Antidote to Loneliness” April 18, 2011: Anisa Onofre, co-editor of Aztlan Libre Press, has pointed me to this 1999 article on Norma Alarcón, upon the 20th anniversary of Third Woman Press. I am especially struck by this paragraph: Third [...] by

I’m a Townie: Our Books as Places April 14, 2011: “Though you’ve never seen it before, it must be a town you’ve lived in all your life.” — Richard Hugo, The Triggering Town In an earlier post, Kathleen Rooney asks for a better [...] by

We’d Rather Have the Iceberg than the Ship April 10, 2011: Rachel Zucker’s timely post on the timeless immediately brought a certain poem to mind. Then when I saw Kathleen Rooney’s post about the Titanic (sinking like an Oreo in milk!), I thought she had [...] by