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The Slippery Boundaries of ‘I': Megan Kaminski Interview in The Millions January 30, 2013: Anne K. Yoder’s description of Megan Kaminski’s poetry closely mirrors our own interest: “I’ve been drawn to the intelligence, the linguistic precision, and the fascination with [...] by

New to the Archive January 29, 2013: We’re usually reporting on all the great new new poetry that’s dropped in our online archive. Today, we’re mixing it up a bit to mention we have three oldies but goodies by Thomas [...] by

Feminist Poetics Issue of Evening Will Come January 3, 2013: Denver poet Sara Renee Marshall has tightly edited a “Feminist Issue” of the online go-to Evening Will Come, and it features some good’uns, including “25 Tiny Essays on the [...] by

An Interview with the Eds of Revolution: A Reader, Lisa Robertson & Matthew Stadler November 30, 2012: Hazlitt has published an interview with Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler, who co-edited the recent Revolution: A Reader (Publication Studio 2012), “a prismatic, 1,200-page portrait of [...] by

Constantly Bathing in the Semantic Folds of the New Lana Turner Content November 21, 2012: Issue #5 of the always-revelatory Lana Turner is out, and contains among its gemlike wonders some poetry from Catherine Wagner (also featured maintenant at PEN, but we digress), Claudia Rankine, [...] by

Lisa Robertson’s Voiceover for Amy Sillman in Paris July 18, 2012: An Artforum critic’s pick: Amy Sillman and Lisa Robertson, in Paris! Mara Hoberman writes in her review: The centerpiece of Amy Sillman’s first solo exhibition in France is a six-minute [...] by

New Star Books Office Firebombed! March 8, 2012: This just in from New Star Books. What a strange and frustrating way for Debbie to go: Around 1 o’clock on the early, early morning of March 7, New Star’s office at 18th and Commercial [...] by

Recent TCR Post Looks at the Feminist Formation of Lisa Robertson February 16, 2012: Speaking of Venus: “[Lisa] Robertson’s Venus is no goddess or muse. She’s a fallen angel who puts on many guises. She’s a ‘freelancer and a renter’….” Pauline [...] by

After 30 Years, a New Edith Sitwell Biography May 23, 2011: Poet and biographer Richard Greene, who teaches at the University of Toronto and won a Governor General’s Literary Award in 2010, has written a new biography of Dame Edith Sitwell (1887-1964), [...] by

Canadian poets take Manhattan (and Philadelphia) for four-day festival March 14, 2011: PennSound has posted over 20 videos and accompanying audio tracks from North of Invention: A Canadian Poetry Festival. Taking place over four days in January at Kelly Writers House in Philadelphia [...] by