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The Bagley Wright Lecture Series: A Conversation with Matthew Zapruder June 2, 2014: Matthew Zapruder and I went toe-to-toe at Oakland’s Boot and Shoe Service this weekend to talk about his newest collaboration with Wave Books Publisher and arts philanthropist, Charlie Wright: [...] by

Rachel Zucker on Alice Notley, Alice Notley on Alice Notley May 13, 2014: Mother’s Day is every day. Rachel Zucker writes about Alice Notley for the blog Literary Mothers. A chunk: I thought, ‘a poet is not a writer.’ I would not be a writer. I would be a poet, [...] by

Animals vs. Normandy Sherwood, Steve Zultanski Is a Metamodernist, Ron Silliman Reveals All, & MORE at Huffington Post March 7, 2014: OK! We HEART these picks from Seth Abramson’s recent Huffington Post review roundup–especially the much-deserved nod to playwright/performer/costumer Normandy Sherwood’s Animals vs. [...] by

Take a Gander at Rachel Zucker’s Search History June 4, 2012: We already posted about the awesome conversation between Rachel Zucker, Matthew Rohrer, and Wayne Koestenbaum over at The Believer, and now you can take a look at Rachel Zucker’s search [...] by

The Cock Behind the Couch & Other Domesticities: Wayne Koestenbaum, Matt Rohrer, Rachel Zucker In Conversation June 4, 2012: New at The Believer, an interesting trio: Wayne Koestenbaum, Matthew Rohrer and Rachel Zucker interview each other. They talk, shall we say, literarily about domesticity. Or domestically about [...] by

Wave Books Unveils a SoundCloud May 14, 2012: And here’s what it contains: Now you can listen to all of the recordings from the 2009 3 Days of Poetry Festival, including readings from Dorothea Lasky, Mary Ruefle, Joshua Beckman, Matthew [...] by

We’d Rather Have the Iceberg than the Ship April 10, 2011: Rachel Zucker’s timely post on the timeless immediately brought a certain poem to mind. Then when I saw Kathleen Rooney’s post about the Titanic (sinking like an Oreo in milk!), I thought she had [...] by

Questions for Poetry I April 2, 2011: In the 22nd century, what will the line look like and do?  Will the line continue to have its traditional roots (“traditional” not meaning middle road but rather a haunting presence of [...] by