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Ron Padgett’s Collected Makes NPR 2013 Poetry Preview January 31, 2013: It’s thrilling enough that in 2013 Coffee House Press will publish all glorious 800 pages of The Collected Poems of Ron Padgett, but were doubly pleased that Craig Morgan Teicher of NPR shares [...] by

I Remember: A Film About Joe Brainard January 25, 2013: Matt Wolf, a Brooklyn–based documentary filmmaker recently completed a short filmic portrait I Remember: A Film About Joe Brainard. Brainard was a visual artist and poet whose collages and drawings [...] by

NPR’s 2013 Poetry Preview Features Ron Padgett, Anne Carson, Frank Bidart, and More Good January 9, 2013: We promised we’d lay off the lists. But have you seen NPR’s 2013 Poetry Preview? It’s looking forward, see. With the likes of Red Doc>, Anne Carson’s much-anticipated [...] by

No Longer Shrouded in Legend: Granary Books Republishes Bean Spasms May 29, 2012: So it turns out Ted Berrigan was exceedingly good with these landmark collaborations. Did you know that the highly desired Bean Spasms is back in print? “Ted Berrigan, Joe Brainard and Ron [...] by

Albert Mobilio Reviews The Collected Poems of Joe Brainard + Listen to “Van Gogh” May 8, 2012: Albert Mobilio reviews The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard for the current issue of Bookforum. “Smartly edited by his lifelong friend Ron Padgett, the collection demonstrates that this [...] by

The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard IS HERE February 24, 2012: Hooray! We still want to train up to Bard for Joe / Brains / Lamar, but in the meantime, we can totally read The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard, which hits bookstores March 29 and is available [...] by

Ashbery and Padgett Talk O’Hara February 6, 2012: From Silliman’s Blog: Ron Padgett and John Ashbery in conversation about Frank O’Hara and others from their wild and fruitful New York days. The conversation takes place at Harvard. [...] by

On Wisconsin!—Poetry? YouBetJah! April 29, 2011: In his April 3rd Harriet entry on the anti-union, anti-human mishigas in Madison and beyond, Mark Nowak asks: ‘But this is a poetry blog… What does this have to do with poetry?’ It has [...] by