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Roberto Tejada Interviews Rodrigo Toscano at BOMB June 24, 2013: Who knew that Roberto Tejada used to be mistaken for Rodrigo Toscano on the regular, because they share the same first and last initials? As Tejada points out with such humility at the start of his interview with Toscano for BOMB Magazine: Once upon a time, before everybody’s face splashed across the social media, and on more than [...] by

Jill Magi Has Urge to Hush Anxieties in Rodrigo Toscano’s Deck of Deeds May 15, 2013: Poet and artist Jill Magi writes about Rodrigo Toscano's latest title, Deck of Deeds (Counterpath 2012), at her blog, noting that he "dials in to a wide range of frequencies we use to explain ourselves. It seems Rodrigo has been paying attention and listening for years, gathering the gestures of these anxieties." More about the book from [...] by

Work. Part Two April 12, 2013: To follow up on my previous post, I've gathered some thoughts on work from a few of my favorite poets living here in New York, all of whom happen to have interesting and demanding full-time jobs. I chose to interview NYC poets because of how extraordinarily difficult it is to live and work and write here, due to the high cost of living. See [...] by

Rodrigo Toscano’s Deck of Deeds Is Creatively Engaged June 6, 2012: Rodrigo Toscano's new book, Deck of Deeds (Counterpath 2012) is reviewed (or "creatively engaged," rather) at Big Other. J/J Hastain writes that the mouth is altered, more pixelated, after reading this book, and quotes Cathy Wagner as having said, astutely, that Deck of Deeds is “an American-values flipbook, or a realism themepark that keeps [...] by

ON Contemporary Practice Volume 2 February 9, 2010: For anyone out in the Bay Area tomorrow night, coeditors Michael Cross and Kyle Schlesinger, and a critical mass of Bay Area contributors will launch ON Contemporary Practice 2 at Moe’s Books in Berkeley. When Michael, Kyle, and I conceived of the journal about two and a half years ago it was at the Tile Bar in the East Village after a [...] by