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Sharon Olds Reads Rodney Jones on the Newest Installment of The New Yorker’s Poetry Podcast March 20, 2014: Give a listen to the newest New Yorker poetry podcast to hear Sharon Olds read poems by Rodney Jones (as well as a few poems of her own) and join the magazine's poetry editor, Paul Muldoon, in conversation. On this month’s Poetry Podcast, Sharon Olds reads “Hubris at Zunzal,” by Rodney Jones. The poem explores the correlation between [...] by

The New Yorker at AWP 2014 March 5, 2014: The New Yorker's Sasha Weiss's AWP wrap-up sheds a little light on the journey to A.W.P., fiction, and the state of publishing. When everyone seated near you on the airplane settles in with one of the big books of the season as soon as they sit down, this is a clue that you’re headed toward the Association of Writers and Writing Programs [...] by

Couple Good’uns for Gertrude Stein July 2, 2013: From Electric Lit to the Paris Review Daily, behold "the worst rejection letter ever," from publisher Arthur C. Fifield to Gertrude Stein in 1912. Speaking of Stein, did you see this piece in the New Yorker the other day? Adam Gopnik opens with his version of a Stein graph, noting that it's "is a demonstration not just of how infectious [...] by