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Must-Read at PSA: New Translations of Stéphane Mallarmé February 3, 2014: At Poetry Society of America, Robert Fernandez and Blake Bronson-Bartlett write in depth about their very new Stéphane Mallarmé translations--the poems themselves are also up. "[A]s all that has been left out of previous translations has increasingly appeared to us to be all that we feel is most important about Mallarmé's work and perhaps [...] by

Gerald Stern Awarded 2014 Frost Medal January 30, 2014: [caption id="attachment_80609" align="alignright" width="500"] Photo: Martin Desht[/caption] Yesterday the Poetry Society of America announced that Gerald Stern is the recipient of the 2014 Frost Medal. From the PSA website: The Poetry Society of America is honored to announce that Gerald Stern is the 2014 recipient of the organization's [...] by

PSA’s New American Poets October 17, 2013: Looking for some interesting and innovative poetry? Here's a great place to start. The Poetry Society of America has released their New American Poets for 2013, and what a list it is! A little about this year's poets: In our New American Poets Series, the PSA recognizes some of the most innovative and interesting poets to publish a [...] by

Giffin Gets Tired September 27, 2013: We all do, sometimes. It's just that he has a better way of writing poems about it, than the rest of us. Lawrence Giffin on the making of his poem, "We Laid It Down. We Got Tired." at Poetry Society of America-- On "We Laid It Down. We Got Tired." "We Laid It Down. We Got Tired." was my attempt to be Rodeferian. Written long hand [...] by

2013 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship Winners Announced July 18, 2013: The results are in! The Poetry Society of America recently announced the winners of its coveted, annual Chapbook Fellowships. Each year the winners' manuscripts are introduced by renowned poets and awarded a $1,000 prize. A list of the four winning poets is below: 2013 Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship Winners New York Chapbook [...] by

Roll Over Ezra: Musical Adventures with a Literary Band April 30, 2013: In January, I released two audio chapbooks; Asking for the Moon (Red Glass Books) and Book of Hooks (Kattywompus Press). Both books have CD’s with songs; Book of Hooks is a double CD. There’s around 36 songs between the three disks, with songs that go back as far the early ‘80’s. Thanks to the tech moment we are all living in, most of [...] by

Poetry may find its way back to New York’s subways after all March 29, 2011: The New York Times' City Room reports that the MTA has begun talks with the Poetry Society of America to bring back Poetry in Motion. The program ended in 2008 and was replaced with Train of Thought, which met its own demise earlier this year. Since then, the New York subways have been devoid of the literature and philosophical quotes that had [...] by