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Charlie Chaplin, Woman: Remembering Chantal Akerman (1950-2015) October 8, 2015: “Charlie Chaplin, woman,” she wrote of Saute Ma Ville. “Charlie Chaplin (that’s me).” But she was her own. And we are still trying to accept the news that the renowned [...] by

Rest in Peace, C.K. Williams (1936–2015) September 21, 2015: He was born Charles Kenneth Williams in Newark in 1936 and went on to become one of the most significant voices in contemporary American poetry. We learned this morning that C.K. Williams died at the [...] by

Rest in Peace, John Perreault: 1937-2015 September 10, 2015: Art critic, artist, and poet, John Perreault, passed away this week at the age of 78. He started as a poet and painter but began writing art criticism after John Ashbery recommended him to Art News. [...] by

Charles Tomlinson, 1927–2015 August 27, 2015: British poet, translator, academic and illustrator Charles Tomlinson has died, reports the University of Bristol. Tomlinson, born in 1927, published his first collection in 1951, and New Collected [...] by

Remembering Stephen Rodefer: 1940-2015 August 25, 2015: Our weekend was a little more gloomy than usual after hearing news that the legendary poet, translator, and teacher, Stephen Rodefer, has died. Rodefer played a significant role in the lives of many [...] by

RIP Emma Villazón Richter August 24, 2015: Last week we learned of the passing of Bolivian poet, critic, journalist, researcher and editor Emma Villazón Richter. Several Spanish-language news sources have already posted obituaries and [...] by

RIP William Jay Smith August 21, 2015: We’ll leave this week on a sad note, upon hearing of the passing of former poet laureate William Jay Smith. Earlier this week the New York Times made note of the death of the “Poet and [...] by

Remembering the Elegant Bill Kushner, 1931-2015 August 14, 2015: “Although I feel I am a poet, please don’t introduce me as a poet.” We’re sorry, Bill: Last week, we heard through friends that the extraordinary New York School poet Bill Kushner [...] by

A Tribute to Lee Harwood: 1939-2015 August 13, 2015: Translator of Tristan Tzara and a poet inspired by painters, Lee Harwood has died at the age of 76. To learn more about his life and career, The Guardian brings us this obituary: Lee Harwood, who has [...] by

RIP James Tate July 9, 2015: This morning we heard the very sad news that poet and UMass professor James Tate has died at the age of 71. Gazettenet reports: Acclaimed poet James Tate, a distinguished professor in the English [...] by