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Langston Hughes: Poems, Photos, and Notebooks from Turkestan Reviewed at Publishers Weekly November 5, 2015: Publishers Weekly just reviewed Langston Hughes: Poems, Photos, and Notebooks from Turkestan, edited by Zohra Saed for CUNY’s Lost & Found Series V (which also featured Kathy Acker, [...] by

Landscapes on a Train Reviewed at Publishers Weekly October 26, 2015: Cole Swensen’s newest, Landscapes on a Train (Nightboat Books, 2015), is reviewed at Publishers Weekly! “The title is quite literal: each of the book’s 57 poems depict, in just a [...] by

Starred Review at Publisher’s Weekly for Supplication: Selected Poems of John Wieners September 21, 2015: Very nice: Publisher’s Weekly gives a starred review to Supplication: Selected Poems of John Wieners, just published by Wave Books and edited by Robert Dewhurst, Joshua Beckman, and C. A. [...] by

The Gist of the Most Recent AWP Commotion August 28, 2015: Publisher’s Weekly sums up the ruckus surrounding accusations leveled at AWP this week, after a piece at Huffington Post by Kate Gale–Managing Editor of Red Hen Press and one of 18 [...] by

Humor & Revelation: Publisher’s Weekly Reviews Rebecca Wolff’s One Morning– August 19, 2015: Rebecca Wolff‘s new collection of poetry, One Morning–, is out from Wave Books, and has just received a review in Publisher’s Weekly that we must point you to: “Not quite [...] by

Publishers Weekly Picks Ten Best Novels by Poets August 10, 2015: At Publisher’s Weekly, writer Naja Marie Aidt lines up “10 best novels by poets,” and it’s not what you’d think (no New York School writer in the bunch!); instead, an [...] by

Ted Mathys Reads From His Newest Collection, Null Set May 20, 2015: At PBS News Hour, St. Louis-based poet Ted Mathys “contemplates fatherhood in a hotel room” (or at least, this featured poem does!). Mathys’s third book, Null Set (Coffee House [...] by

Rare Insight & Heart: Tracy K. Smith’s New Memoir, Ordinary Light March 31, 2015: At Publisher’s Weekly, Craig Morgan Teicher reviews Tracy K. Smith’s newest book (officially out today, in fact), a memoir called Ordinary Light (Knopf 2015). “Ordinary Life begins [...] by

Jack White to Publish Frank Stanford March 18, 2015: That’s right, more writing is on the way from the author of the epic poem The Battlefield Where The Moon Says I Love You (and more), although Frank Stanford passed away in 1978. In addition, [...] by

Emily Books, Coffee House Press’s First Imprint, is on the Way March 5, 2015: Publishers Weekly reports that Coffee House Press is teaming up with Emily Books, Emily Gould and Ruth Curry’s “feminist publishing project,” to create an imprint that will bring [...] by