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cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

B O D Y Literature Reviews The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley March 25, 2014: For their Friday pick last week, B O D Y Literature chose The Letters of Robert Creeley, edited by Kaplan Harris, Peter Baker, and Rod Smith (University of California Press 2014). Stephan Delbos [...] by

Penelope Creeley Remembers Robert Creeley & His Books January 23, 2014: Penelope Creeley has penned a beautiful essay to commemorate The Notre Dame Symposium on Robert Creeley’s Library, taking place on Friday, February 7. The Creeley symposium will feature Granary [...] by

‘There is an abyss’: Emmanuel Hocquard’s The Invention of Glass September 5, 2013: At Constant Critic, Karla Kelsey reviews Emmanual Hocquard’s The Invention of Glass (translated by Cole Swensen and Rod Smith, Canarium Books 2012). Kelsey is as direct as Hocquard, it seems: [...] by

We Can’t Wait for 2014: Selected Letters of Robert Creeley is on the Way! July 29, 2013: We’re already saving up for The Selected Letters of Robert Creeley, edited by Rod Smith, Peter Baker, and Kaplan Harris, to-be-published by UC Press. It’s due in January 2014, to be [...] by

Some Rod Smith for Election Day November 6, 2012: Damn the Caesars posts a poem from Rod Smith’s excellent book Deed (University of Iowa Press 2007) for Election Day. Rich Owens writes that Deed “arrived in 2007 as a lucid confirmation [...] by

Papers for the Border Podcast #13: The Poetry Episode May 7, 2012: Check out #13 of The Papers for the Border Podcast, run by Dan Coffey. This is the Poetry Episode, and features recordings from Carla Harryman, Rod Smith, Hannah Weiner, Jackson Mac Low, Jen Hofer, [...] by