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At Cuneiform Press, Joe Brainard and Tim Dlugos in Conversation August 19, 2015: Joe Brainard has been on our mind recently, ever since we sent these dazzling poems live in our archive. But really dear reader when is Joe Brainard NOT on your mind? Satisfy your Brainard craving [...] by

Open Eyes, Open Space May 8, 2014: Holy moley! Kyle Schlesinger just posted the complete set of Stan Persky’s 1964 mimeo magazine, Open Space, onto the Cuneiform Press website! Why not start with Issue 0 of Open Space: A [...] by

ON Contemporary Practice Launches PDF Archive, Website & Monograph Series September 26, 2013: You might recall ON Contemporary Practice–a journal comprising highly thoughtful critical writing by poets/writers on practitioners, peers, colleagues, and other contemporaries–from back [...] by

“Poems and Pictures” at Columbia College Chicago’s Center for Book and Paper Arts March 19, 2012: This is still going on here in Chicago. Here’s a bit more, from Time Out Chicago: Curated by Cuneiform Press founder Kyle Schlesinger and originally mounted at New York’s Center for Book [...] by

Without Walls: Kyle Schlesinger Edits ABR April 16, 2010: Kyle Schlesinger, friend, colleague, and editor of countless invaluable bibilographic and poetic objects, has a wonderful feature in the most recent American Book Review, entitled “Poetry [...] by

Belladonna Book Launch and Two Blurbs March 31, 2010: A week from next Tuesday, Belladonna series in NYC, a series that for the past decade has catered to women’s writing in particular, will celebrate the release of five books, all of which are [...] by

ON Contemporary Practice Volume 2 February 9, 2010: For anyone out in the Bay Area tomorrow night, coeditors Michael Cross and Kyle Schlesinger, and a critical mass of Bay Area contributors will launch ON Contemporary Practice 2 at Moe’s Books in [...] by

Desiring Criticism January 15, 2010: I have noticed a lot of interest in criticism—what criticism is, how it should function—at Harriet/Poetry Foundation. And especially interest in the function of ‘negative’ criticism. [...] by