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It’s Really Here: Aerial Magazine Devotes Entire Issue to Lyn Hejinian November 9, 2015: “It was a message of happiness by which we were called into the room, / as if to receive a birthday present given early”: Quite. Yes, the highly, highly anticipated, long-, long-awaited [...] by

Stephanie Gray Reads Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present October 9, 2015: At Jacket 2, Stephanie Gray introduces readers to Lisa Robertson’s most “present” book: Cinema of the Present. Gray writes: “To “read” (or view?) this book is not unlike [...] by

Different Movements of Bodies in the City October 5, 2015: Paris, France Part 1: On Opacity “In the memory of a woman there is always the memory of several others, as if to be woman and to be memory were one and the same thing.” - Etel Adnan, Of Cities [...] by

Lisa Robertson, Donato Mancini, derek beaulieu Reviewed at Canadian Literature July 30, 2015: Eric Schmaltz reviews a trio of Canadian poesie for Canadian Literature, giving us great takes from Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present (Coach House Books 2014), Donato Mancini’s [...] by

Lisa Robertson’s Urgent Line to the Future at Berlin Literaturwerkstatt July 17, 2015: For those of you who speak Lisa Robertson and like German, here’s our rough internet-translate of a talk description at the Berlin Literaturwerkstatt recently: “In a conflict between [...] by

Evening Has Arrived in Affect Issue of Evening Will Come July 2, 2015: The “Affect and Poetry” issue of Evening Will Come, edited by Julie Carr and Aaron Angello, is here and well worth your reading-time. This one features essays by an incredible lot: Fred [...] by

THIS IS MESSY, WE’RE NOT SORRY: Elegant Mire with Carrie Lorig, v. 2 April 16, 2015: Carrie :  i’m in the TA office right now because air conditioning and because no one comes here in the summer Cassandra:  good plan i am at home at my desk Carrie:  I just got to the page [...] by

Poetry Mixtape Volume I March 2, 2015: One of the great gifts of having an artist for a friend is the unique education that comes of asking what are you into? Nearly all my favorite music, writing, films, and paintings have been received [...] by

New Issue of The Capilano Review Features Henri Meschonnic Folio February 27, 2015: The Winter 2015 issue of The Capilano Review is out, and lucky for us, one of its includes is a “Rhythm Party” folio, curated by Aisha Sasha John and Liz Howard that takes up Henri Meschonnic on [...] by

The Past Scenes of Men: Reviewing Lisa Robertson’s The Men February 9, 2015: At Literateur, a welcome review of Lisa Robertson’s book The Men, originally published by Book Thug in 2006 and recently reprinted by UK press Enitharmon. In “Plurable Vocables,” [...] by