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Searing Analyses: Marianne Morris’s The On All Said Things Moratorium August 11, 2014: Hooray: Eleanor Perry reviewed Marianne Morris’s The On All Said Things Moratorium (Enitharmon Books 2014) for The Shearsman Review. We carry this book around with us, so we’re glad to [...] by

On Not Being Poetry’s Daddy: Marianne Morris in Conversation (Part 1 of 2) May 1, 2014: This conversation with Marianne Morris took place at Oliveto in Oakland over flourless chocolate cake. Marianne and I first met in New York in 2008. She currently resides in Berkeley, California [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

Voicemail from a Revolutionary Weekend October 11, 2013: This just in! The participants of this weekend’s Revolution and/or Poetry Conference have started posting documents from this weekend onto the conference’s official homepage. There, [...] by

Marianne Morris on the Use of ‘She’ in Critical Discourse: Who exactly is this female proletarian subject? September 3, 2013: Some advance materials have been published in anticipation of the Poetry And/Or Revolution Conference happening in Oakland in October. The one we’re reading right now is Marianne Morris’s [...] by

Poetry And/Or Revolution Conference to Be Held Oct. 3-5 in the Bay Area August 26, 2013: Oh, to be in the Bay Area this October. Announcing the “Poetry And/Or Revolution” conference, taking place Oct. 3-5, 2013. This year’s event is an extension of sorts of this [...] by

She and Her Collaborators Demand Nothing: Samuel Solomon on Younger UK Poets for Lana Turner September 24, 2012: In his piece, “What Pools Love to Arson: Two Recent Pamphlets from Younger British Poets,” for Lana Turner, Samuel Solomon takes the time to read Jonny Liron, Francesca Lisette, Joseph [...] by

In Which I Try to Disburden Texts but Also Thank Reading for Swallowing Up My Problems April 13, 2012: That’s “Reading” taking shape as Edith Sitwell’s “hot sun,” that “country giant that has swallowed up all the gold spangles of the dew…and has dried [...] by