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Laura Sims Reviews Lorine Niedecker’s Lake Superior July 24, 2013: Seems like one our favorite objectivists has been on the minds of poets a plenty! Laura Sims reviews Lorine Niedecker's Lake Superior (Wave Books 2013) for Coldfront! She gives it a million stars. According to Wave, the book "is a collection of personal, geologic, and historical writings by Lorine Niedecker and others. It includes the poet’s [...] by

Lorine Niedecker & The Very Variants June 27, 2013: Jenny Penberthy, editor of Lorine Niedecker's Collected Works (published by UC Press) posted a note this week to Jacket 2-- and-- if you consult your Niedecker Collected often-- you might want to take note. Penberthy's recent post on Jacket 2 is a list of a few revisions to the 2002 edition of Niedecker's Collected Works. Penberthy begins: [...] by

Lorine Niedecker Wisconsin Poetry Festival Details Revealed October 18, 2012: Head here for The 2012 Lorine Niedecker WI Poetry Festival details. The Festival runs November 2-4. PDF schedule of events, plus more, available here. by

Lorine Niedecker’s Homemade Poems Now Available at Longhouse June 25, 2012: We recently got our hands on this insanely lovely publication from Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative; and it's just been made available at A LONGHOUSE BIRDHOUSE (blog for Longhouse press). "The idea for this chapbook, a facsimile edition of the handmade book Lorine Niedecker sent to Cid Corman in 1964, cropped up several years [...] by

Eleni Sikelianos on Translating Lorine Niedecker into French + Slime Molds! March 23, 2012: Eleni Sikelianos discusses—for The Capilano Review blog—her translating of Lorine Niedecker's forthcoming selected poems into French. Starting with the simple "sublime / slime- / song", Sikelianos notes all the options: "sublime / chanson / du limon" or "sublime / berceuse / limoneuse" or "vibrante / voix / de vase." She then [...] by

“The fact that I don’t know much about the subject of cooking should entitle me to write a book about it”: A look at Lorine Niedecker’s “Cooking Book” March 13, 2012: Check this out: facsimiles of Lorine Niedecker's Cooking Book can be viewed here, thanks to University of Wisconsin's Digital Collections' "The State of Wisconsin Collection". Bon Appetit! by