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Publishers Weekly Looks Forward to Fall Books by Henri Michaux & Lisa Robertson, Among Others July 21, 2014: Publishers Weekly shares their top-10 forthcoming fall books, which include some Putlizer Prize-winning poets and Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present (Coach House 2014), “a book-length [...] by

Matthew Zapruder on St. Mary’s MFA Program at Publisher’s Weekly July 16, 2014: Thinking about attending an MFA program? Look no further than this section of Publisher’s Weekly, where PW writers interview faculty at some of the nation’s top MFA programs. In this [...] by

Lisa Jarnot’s A Princess Magic Presto Spell Reviewed at Publishers Weekly June 16, 2014: Publishers Weekly has certainly cast a spell over us with this review of Lisa Jarnot’s latest book from Solid Objects, A Princess Magic Presto Spell. Whether one considers it “a hypoepic [...] by

Publishers Weekly Reviews Gracie Leavitt! May 21, 2014: Publishers Weekly gives some ink to one of our favorite debuts of 2014, Gracie Leavitt’s Monkeys, Minor Planet, Average Star (just out from Nightboat Books). The book is graced, if you will, [...] by

Publishers Weekly Hops on the Self-Publishing Train May 21, 2014: – with a new site devoted to all things self-publishing, called “BookLife.” We haven’t decided what we think about it yet, as the site has yet to go live– but we [...] by

CLMP Opens Membership to Smaller & Smaller Presses August 9, 2013: We’re looking at you, Well-Greased and Summer BF. Publisher’s Weekly reports that CLMP (that’s Council of Literary Magazines and Presses) has just expanded their membership to [...] by

Two New Reviews on The Arcadia Project February 21, 2013: There have been too few reviews of The Arcadia Project, an anthology of “North American postmodern pastoral” poetry from Ahsahta, and edited by Joshua Corey and G.C. Waldrep. Lately, [...] by

The state of digital poetry publishing March 29, 2011: In Publishers Weekly, Craig Morgan Teicher reviews the current landscape of e-books for publishers of poetry. There’s a heavy emphasis on “current” because the struggle for a [...] by

Breaking! E-books at last recognize stanzas and line breaks February 4, 2011: Publishers Weekly reports on an amazing new development in e-book formatting: actual line breaks and properly delineated stanzas. BookMobile has already been providing production and distribution for [...] by

Ismael Reed on Twain’s “sensitive” censors January 5, 2011: When Alan Gribben last week explained to Publishers Weekly that his new edition of Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer was omitting “racially [...] by