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Imagined Objects April 24, 2014: The Imagination, which we cannot anatomically locate in any rustling branch of gray matter, or toss coins into, as if a fountain—here, in this season of cruelty and of spleen, we watch Her stubbornly beautiful shadow beat like wings of moon moth in the embers of inextinguishable night—our patron saint and inextricably ourselves. Hullo, [...] by

Must-Read at PSA: New Translations of Stéphane Mallarmé February 3, 2014: At Poetry Society of America, Robert Fernandez and Blake Bronson-Bartlett write in depth about their very new Stéphane Mallarmé translations--the poems themselves are also up. "[A]s all that has been left out of previous translations has increasingly appeared to us to be all that we feel is most important about Mallarmé's work and perhaps [...] by

Shane McCrae Convos with Canarium at LARB July 12, 2013: At the Los Angele Review of Books, Shane McCrae gets into the nitty gritty of small press publishing with the editors of Canarium Books. The interviews are fascinating documents on how a small press comes into being and how the editors manage the process of publishing books. Among the editors McCrae talks to is our featured blogger this month, [...] by

Canarium Is on the Move! March 14, 2013: The latest editions from Canarium Books have recently dropped. And we're thrilled to see some authors old and new back in the saddle or making their way onto their list. While many poets get their first books out there and struggle to place their sophomore collections, Canarium is doing their authors a solid by publishing their second [...] by

Canarium’s Nick Twemlow Interviewed at Best American Poetry July 11, 2012: An interview with Canarium Books editor and poet Nick Twemlow by Canarium author Robert Fernandez is up at the Best American Poetry blog! The feature also includes a sample of Twemlow's poem, “The Twenty-four Complications,” from his forthcoming book, Palm Trees, "along with a link to the video piece, Richard Prince, around which part of [...] by