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Karinne Keithley Syers Reviews Julie Carr’s Electric Fifth Book July 24, 2014: Polymath Karinne Keithley Syers reviewed Julie Carr’s fifth book of poetry, Rag (Omnidawn 2014) for Boston Review! Tyrone Williams has writ of the prophetic Rag that “the twin towers of [...] by

Omnidawn Breaks the Sound Barrier for BAX May 30, 2014: Well said, Omnidawn! Seth Abramson’s poem re-mixing the words of Elliot Rodger has ruffled more than a few feathers, since he published it over at Huffington Post. The editors of Omnidawn [...] by

The Lyrical Nuance of Lynn Xu’s Debts & Lessons January 14, 2014: Lynn Xu’s debut collection, Debts & Lessons, is reviewed by the trusty rob mclennan at Galatea Resurrects. In it, “Xu composes poems of heartfelt, gentle knowing and small [...] by

On George Albon’s Aspiration, a Radical Essay in the Form of a Book September 9, 2013: It’s hard to keep track of the impressive content at The Volta, so we are here to help. Did you know that there’s a Volta blog? That is, in effect, a “reviews-based [...] by

Created for the Listening: kathryn l. pringle’s fault tree August 16, 2013: A review of kathryn l. pringle’s “dizzying, suffocating, brilliant fault tree” (Omnidawn 2012) is over at The Volta. Christopher Schaeffer writes of reading Pringle’s new [...] by

Outside the Held Standard: Douglas Piccinnini’s Flag August 13, 2013: The other day we made mention of Well Greased Press in a post about CLMP extending their membership–looking closely now, closely at Douglas Piccinnini’s Flag, in fact, we can make out [...] by

Endi Bogue Hartigan Wins Omnidawn 2012 Open Poetry Book Prize! May 22, 2013: Omnidawn announced the winner of the 2012 Open Poetry Book Prize this week: Endi Bogue Hartigan, for her manuscript pool [5 choruses]. Hartigan hails from Portland, Oregon where she works for the [...] by

Richard O. Moore Returns with Poetry (and Videos!) May 7, 2013: Bay Area poets participated in an amazing reading on Sunday by 93 year-old emerging poet Richard O. Moore (who’s no stranger to us here, and here). He’s the co-founder of KPFA (first [...] by

Tin House Guide To AWP March 7, 2013: We typically head to AWP with one of two book-buying intentions: to buy nothing or to buy one of everything. If all goes well, we come home with a well-edited stack of publications from presses and [...] by

Neighbo(u)r Addendum March 2, 2010: “The emotions are engaged Entering the city As entering any city. We are not coeval With a locality But we imagine others are, We encounter them.” –from George Oppen’s “Of Being [...] by