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OmniVerse Becomes ZombieVerse! January 3, 2014: The editors over at OmniVerse are bringing out the (living)dead for this month's issue that "features works revived from lost and out-of-print publications, curated by RJ Ingram." And what a parade it is, featuring: a Creeley talk on Emily Dickinson originally publish in Ironwood in 1986, poetry by Laynie Browne from L O R E, more poetry by [...] by

Lydia Davis Wins Man Booker Prize May 24, 2013: Every poet's favorite story writer, Lydia Davis, has won the Booker International Prize, reports the New York Times: Lydia Davis, the American writer known for her very short stories, has been awarded the Man Booker International Prize. The award, announced in London on Wednesday, is given every two years to a living author for “an [...] by

Laynie Browne Wonders If ‘The Poet’s Novel’ Exists March 6, 2013: We've read quite a few novels by poets recently, but is there such a thing as a "Poet's Novel"? Laynie Browne, poet and author of two novels, has begun a series for Jacket2 on exactly this question.  And this question turns out to be many questions: What are the qualities of prose which tend to be classified as those of a poet’s novel and [...] 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 Berkeley. When Michael, Kyle, and I conceived of the journal about two and a half years ago it was at the Tile Bar in the East Village after a [...] by