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At The New Yorker’s Blog, Stephen Burt Admires the Reality of Ronald Johnson’s ‘ARK’ March 14, 2014: Must-enjoy: Over at The New Yorker's blog, Page-Turner, Stephen Burt gives a fine appreciation to Ronald Johnson and his book-length poem, "ARK," just published (as we've mentioned) in a new edition by Flood Editions this fall. Since [1996], “ARK” has been a cult book, not just in the sense that a small group loved it, but also in [...] by

Ronald Johnson’s ARK Celebrated at The Corpse October 25, 2013: We made mention of the impending Flood Editions release of Ronald Johnson's monumental work ARK—we've since seen the book and WOW it's a beaut! If you're lucky enough to be in Chicago on November 13th, you won't want to miss the book release at The Corpse with the many dedicated people who made this book possible. The details [...] by

Peter O’Leary on Editing New Edition of Ronald Johnson’s Infamous ARK September 18, 2013: For Opon's second issue, Peter O'Leary has expounded on his editing of a new edition of Ronald Johnson's ARK, originally written in 1980 and published, eventually, in 1996 by Living Batch Press. "Johnson's difficulty in finding a publisher for ARK is no mystery: there simply isn't a very large audience for his work, no market for any publisher [...] by

To serve poets: The cookbooks of Ronald Johnson March 15, 2011: Samuel Amadon wants you to remember Ronald Johnson for more than just his great poetry. Writing for the Gulf Coast blog, Amadon is appreciative of what Johnson's Simple Fare (1989) taught him about scrambled eggs, but it's his commentary on each recipe and the way that they "feel gathered out of his experience" that sets his books apart. These [...] by