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‘Ugh, It’s A Long Wait': D.J. Dolack on Writing and Castles of Hipness October 3, 2013: A hot tip from Black Ocean Publishers lead us to this cool and timely Q+A with Black Ocean author, D.J. Dolack. We found this part of the interview particularly compelling: 5 – Are public [...] by

Small Press Questions for Kenning Editions’s Patrick Durgin August 27, 2013: On rob mclennan’s blog this week: a great interview with Kenning Editions’ Patrick Durgin. Durgin, as you may know, is a poet, editor, professor, and Hannah Weiner expert, having brought [...] by

A Few Minutes with Mark Tardi July 22, 2013: rob mclennan recently posted an informative interview with Chicago-based poet Mark Tardi on his blog. Tardi, who penned Euclid Shudders and the newly released Airport music in addition to an essay in [...] by

Entire Worlds Hidden in Hailey Higdon’s [PACKING] July 17, 2013: Rob Mclennan’s notes on poetry for mid-July include writing on Hailey Higdon’s recent chapbook, [PACKING] (Bloof Books 2012), which we also admire: …From publishing collective Bloof [...] by

‘sharp sniffs of snow in complex air': Karen Garthe’s 12 or 20 December 21, 2012: Karen Garthe, author most recently of The Banjo Clock, answered Rob McLennan’s 12 or 20 questions over at his blog. Here’s a few of them. Make the jump for the rest: 4 – Where does [...] by

rob mclennan Gets Poetic on Twitter August 22, 2012: For a handful of modern poets, Twitter’s 140 character maximum doesn’t seem like a limit, but rather a form of boundless possibility. Poet rob mclennan recently posted a humorous little [...] by

Spring Issue of Open Letter Inspired by KSW and Includes Work by Jeff Derksen, Sean Bonney, Jeff Hilson, Amy De’Ath, Holly Pester, Vanessa Place, more March 28, 2012: Rob McLennan has written a great review of the new issue of Open Letter: A Canadian Journal of Writing and Theory. I’m fascinated by much of this issue for the way that it forces me to consider [...] by