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Holly Pester Reviews the Revolution: A Reader Entire December 18, 2014: Poet, performance-writer, sound artist, and critic Holly Pester reviews Revolution: A Reader–compiled by Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler and co-published by Publication Studio in North [...] by

Notes on Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present! November 7, 2014: Lisa Robertson’s new book, Cinema of the Present (Coach House Books 2014), which she’s just debuted on a reading tour of sorts through Canada and New York, has been reviewed by Jake [...] by

Aisha Sasha John, Lisa Robertson, & THOU October 20, 2014: Direct address: BookThug has posted video and audio of Aisha Sasha John reading from her new book, THOU, which has some pretty fine press-writing around it: “In THOU, Aisha Sasha John knows the [...] by

Impermanent Architecture: At Jacket 2 Mercedes Eng Explores Built Environments October 14, 2014: Mercedes Eng most recent contribution to Jacket 2 looks at Vancouver’s tent city through the lens of two poetic texts about the built environment: Lisa Robertson’s Occasional Work and Seven [...] by

Publisher’s Weekly Reviews Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present September 18, 2014: We can’t wait, October! That’s when Lisa Robertson‘s newest masterpiece, Cinema of the Present, will appear on bookshelves at the very smartest of bookstores. From PW: In this [...] by

Lisa Robertson: ‘Theory is our city’ September 8, 2014: Lemon Hound has graciously posted Lisa Robertson’s introduction to Theory, A Sunday (Belladonna* 2014), in anticipation of Robertson, Nicole Brossard, Rachel Levitsky, and Gail Scott reading [...] by

Publishers Weekly Looks Forward to Fall Books by Henri Michaux & Lisa Robertson, Among Others July 21, 2014: Publishers Weekly shares their top-10 forthcoming fall books, which include some Putlizer Prize-winning poets and Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present (Coach House 2014), “a book-length [...] by

Tudo Passa July 17, 2014: “The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.” I stumbled on this Bertrand Russell quote after having spent many, many hours—comfortably, sometimes edgily—in the role of spectator of a [...] by

What a New Feminist Consciousness Looked Like for Montréal July 16, 2014: At Jacket2, we’re glad for Maggie Zurawski writing about Theory, A Sunday (Belladonna 2013), the recently translated version of a remarkable Canadian book on feminism and poetics that came out [...] by

Fate of Aby Warburg Library + Lisa Robertson’s Thinking Space July 11, 2014: Perhaps you’ve read a new work by Lisa Robertson entitled Thinking Space, published by Brooklyn’s lovely Organism for Poetic Research. If not, order it! After studying at the Aby Warburg [...] by