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The Imaginary Good Town: Jackie Clark on Lucy Ives November 4, 2013: A good one: Jackie Clark reviews nineties (Tea Party Republicans Press 2013) by Lucy Ives for The Rumpus. "What does it mean to be a girl? Does it mean anything? I’m not suggesting that nineties has an answer to these questions, but it does start with a cryptic allegory that gives us some kind of framework through which to read the rest of [...] by

Lucy Ives in Conversation with Rachel Levitsky at Triple Canopy July 24, 2013: We're bursting with pride after reading this delightful conversation—at Triple Canopy—between Rachel Levitsky and Lucy Ives about Levitsky's newest book, The Story of My Accident Is Ours. It's an insightful and ruminative conversation about the similarities and differences between fiction and poetry, that demonstrates the exemplary [...] by

An Inquiry into the Sublime and Beautiful Mind of Lucy Ives December 4, 2012: Oh, to have a glimpse of the mind of Triple Canopy editor and poet Lucy Ives...ah wait, here she is, having been interviewed at midnight for Take Down the Clouds. An excerpt: 2. What are you working on and what have you got coming out? Up until a few minutes ago I was working on a special issue of Triple Canopy called [...] by

New at Triple Canopy: Lucy Ives Interviews Renee Gladman + An OWS Call and Response February 2, 2012: Fresh off their Stein-a-thon (which, we can attest, was a serious, spirited, and well-attended event), Triple Canopy has posted some great great reads to cure these mid-week doldrums. First up, poet and TC editor Lucy Ives interviews one of our favorite poetic narrativistes, Renee Gladman, about "essays, ditties, half words, partial masks, and [...] by