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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. Furniture, illustrated by artist and performer Jesse Hawley, many years in the works, and finally out in trade edition. Also: A new book by Ron Silliman is in the [...] 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 history. Just go here. 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 literariness. Rachel writes: "I approached Wayne Koestenbaum and Matthew Rohrer—two poets I greatly admire and who also write about domestic [...] 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 Zapruder, Rachel Zucker, Noelle Kocot, Jon Woodward, Anthony McCann, Matthew Rohrer, Geoffrey Nutter, Richard Meier, Maggie Nelson, Dara Wier, and [...] 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 beat me to the punch. The Titanic looms large (as it were) in our household, on account of our having a six-year old boy who can’t get enough of [...] 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 what the line has been in the past centuries however shaky and nonsequential)?  Will the line of Williams (short, aware of its breath both at beginning and end) [...] by