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Kim Calder Considers Vanessa Place’s Denunciation at Los Angeles Review of Books June 16, 2015: Los Angeles-based poet and academic Kim Calder has written an essay, “The Denunciation of Vanessa Place,” for the Los Angeles Review of Books. The piece starts with Mongrel [...] by

An Interview With Deborah Landau About The Uses of the Body June 15, 2015: Maya C. Popa interviews Deborah Landau for Los Angeles Review of Books: “Have you seen an evolution in your generative process over the three collections? Have your aims as a writer changed at [...] by

The Effable & Ineffable Meet in the Work of Charles Simic June 11, 2015: At Los Angeles Book Review, Sven Birkerts writes about Charles Simic’s new book of prose, The Life of Images: Selected Prose, and a concurrently published new collection of poems, The Lunatic [...] by

Interpreting the Newest A Roll of the Dice June 2, 2015: Jeremy Glazier writes that “[t]he latest iteration of Mallarmé’s masterpiece, from Wave Books, is a stunning presentation of the poem in French with a new English translation by Robert [...] by

LARB Unpacks Memories, Photographs, and Poetry from Old Shanghai June 1, 2015: Two recent books, Disappearing Shanghai: Photographs and Poems of an Intimate Way of Life (2012) and Shanghai Homes: Palimpsests of Private Life (2014), dwell on the most discreet artifacts of [...] by

On Camera: Tom Lutz Interviews the Legendary Nikki Giovanni! May 22, 2015: Nikki Giovanni recently gave the keynote address at the 2015 Los Angeles Writers Conference. To tide us over until we can track that down, Los Angeles Review of Books has posted an interview with [...] by

Lisa Russ Spaar Visits the Potent Minimalism of Rae Armantrout & Ye Chun May 12, 2015: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Lisa Russ Spaar looks back at the second books of Rae Armantrout and Ye Chun. Spaar had us at Tuumba: “I was pleased to find that the University of Virginia [...] by

A Second Look at Beth Bachmann’s Do Not Rise and Alice Fulton’s Palladium March 17, 2015: Lisa Russ Spaar got a reminder in the mail–when news about Alice Fulton’s newest collection, Barely Composed appeared in her inbox–to revisit Fulton’s previous collection [...] by

Thomas Sayers Ellis, Eileen Myles, & More Launch The Offing March 16, 2015: The Offing is off! The new literary magazine holds true to its pre-publication hype, with poems and other amazing work by Eileen Myles, Juan Felipe Herrera, and Francine J. Harris. And check out this [...] by

‘These Poems Are Exhilarating': Lynn Melnick Praises Diane Wakoski’s Enduring Badassery March 11, 2015: The latest installment of Los Angeles Review of Books features Lynn Melnick’s astounding, wonderful close reading of Diane Wakoski’s work. Wakoski’s 23rd collection of poetry, Bay [...] by