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Michael Nardone Announces Phonotext.ca: Canadian Poetry & Poetics Open-Access Sound Recording Index October 22, 2015: A new project nearly off the ground: Editing Modernism in Canada shares PHONOTEXT.CA, an open-access sound recording initiative started by poet and Amodern managing editor Michael Nardone. “The [...] by

Aaron Kunin Points to the Aesthetic Ground September 29, 2015: “Would Vanessa Place Be a Better Poet If She Had Better Opinions?” asks Aaron Kunin at Nonsite. Kunin posits that Place’s work might just be “poorly written,” [...] by

Rubyfloetics: A Period Poem Mixtape April 29, 2015: I wrote the poem Ruby Flo one summer during my undergraduate years. I was staying at my boyfriend’s family home because my mom and I were steady fighting. His mother didn’t really want me there. [...] by

Obliteration Excavations 3: To Not Make It January 30, 2015: Sometimes, when the dark sky is very clear, I look up at the Big Dipper, and search for the North Star, though I never really know how to read the constellation—this search is somehow habitual, a [...] by

Delusions of Progress December 29, 2014: It is not enough to suppress the adversary if you do not erase her memory and her ability to organize an alternative project… In the face of this strategy, we can understand that the three [...] by

Jacket 2 Presents: Amy Catanzano AND Part 1 of M. NourbeSe Philip’s Essay ‘Black W/Holes: A History Of Brief Time’ July 1, 2014: At Jacket 2, Amy Catanzano recently published an essay about M. NourbeSe Philip’s book-length poem, Zong! (Wesleyan, 2008) entitled, “Physics of the Impossible.” After sending the essay [...] by

MISCREANTS & MISCREATIVE WRITING: On Hugo García Manríquez’s Anti-Humboldt April 28, 2014: Considering Two Vandals of History: Hugo García Manríquez (2014) and “Thompson of Sunderland” (c. 1850)   The “miscreant” is someone who breaks the law or, etymologically, is a [...] by

Recombinatory Enumerations April 2, 2014: I was delighted, if a bit apprehensive, when invited to blog for Harriet during Poetry Month this April. I don’t really think of myself as a blogger. In fact, not at all. I’m a fairly slow [...] 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