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Boston Review’s Top 20 & Some Libidinous Prongs January 2, 2014: We're into this list from the Boston Review, which collects (alphabetically) the online magazine's top-20 most-read poems published there this year. Includes Ben Fama, Jessica Laser, Ariana Reines, Alice Notley, and more, as in "some of our stand-out poetry essays from the year: Evie Shockley on race and the canon, what makes Emily Dickinson [...] by

Listening to Juana Molina and Making a Mixtape November 11, 2013: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF28IgHV1pk In a different life I would have been the person who produces soundtracks for movies. I love music, but more importantly I like thinking about what songs go together, however disparate they may seem from one another. My brother and I have been exchanging CDs for twenty years, and I also love making [...] by

We Want! We Want! Bay Area Public School Presents Free Poetry School this Fall! October 28, 2013: This just in! The Bay Area Public School is hosting a series of free poetry classes taught by preeminent poets, throughout the month of November. That's right! SIX POETRY SEMINARS & CLASSES AT THE BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOL IN NOVEMBER ! We are so excited to welcome a cavalcade of world-class poets to our School this November ! They'll [...] by

Voicemail from a Revolutionary Weekend October 11, 2013: This just in! The participants of this weekend's Revolution and/or Poetry Conference have started posting documents from this weekend onto the conference's official homepage. There, you'll find Jennifer Cooke's poetry reading at Revolution and/or Poetry, notes and talks by Jill Richards, Tim Kreiner and Jasper Bernes, Chris Chen's "Notes [...] by

Marianne Morris on the Use of ‘She’ in Critical Discourse: Who exactly is this female proletarian subject? September 3, 2013: Some advance materials have been published in anticipation of the Poetry And/Or Revolution Conference happening in Oakland in October. The one we're reading right now is Marianne Morris's response (still in progress, we believe) to Keston Sutherland's recent talk at the Militant Poetics Conference at Birkbeck (University of London) this [...] by

Poetry And/Or Revolution Conference to Be Held Oct. 3-5 in the Bay Area August 26, 2013: Oh, to be in the Bay Area this October. Announcing the "Poetry And/Or Revolution" conference, taking place Oct. 3-5, 2013. This year's event is an extension of sorts of this May's “Militant Poetics” conference in the UK, which was in itself a follow-up event to last May's London "Poetry and Revolution" conference. That one featured [...] by

Responses & [Non]Non-Comforts Re: the ConPo / Affect Debate July 31, 2013: For those of you desiring to keep up with the most recent incarnation of debate/discussion around Conceptual writing--started anew with Cal Bedient's piece on affect at the Boston Review, "Against Conceptualism,"--we've gathered up some good reading material. All the following (in no particular order) include direct responses, preceding [...] by

Tomorrow in London & Now to Read: Keston Sutherland’s The Odes to TL61P May 13, 2013: Hey UKers or those of you about to head across the pond just for this: The launch of Keston Sutherland's new book, The Odes to TL61P, is tomorrow night at Cafe Oto in Dalston, London. Wish we could be there. Here's event info from Enitharmon Press--you can get your ticket in advance and buy the book at the site as well. More about The Odes [...] by

Keston Sutherland on ‘Anti-subjectivity’ & Conceptualism May 9, 2013: For another take on the conceptualist debate, aim your reading glasses at this essay by Keston Sutherland at Fiery Flying Roule: "THESES ON ANTISUBJECTIVIST DOGMA" considers an initial statement that "'[a]nti-subjectivist' accounts of art are 'Romantic' in origin and were first asserted contemporaneously with the 'subjectivist' accounts of art [...] by

Watch the Recent Holloway Series Reading from Keston Sutherland & John Wilkinson November 28, 2012: Just up, ducks, is the reading given by Keston Sutherland and John Wilkinson on November 15 for Berkeley's Holloway Series--Sutherland was in the Bay Area for the first time, so we hear. More about the authors, if you haven't had the pleasure: Keston Sutherland teaches English literature and critical theory at the University of Sussex. [...] by