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New Translations of Experimental Yiddish Poet Celia Dropkin Published at Jacket2 May 14, 2013: Now this is news: A decade of translating work from Samuel Solomon, Jennifer Kronovet, and Faith Jones has led to the publication of new translations of experimental Yiddish poet Celia Dropkin (1887-1956) at Jacket2, with an amazing note from Jerome Rothenberg on the poet: Among the more experimental Yiddish poets in early [...] by

How Do Queer Marxists Propagate? Rich Owens on Samuel Solomon’s Life of Riley October 23, 2012: Richard Owens reviews Samuel Solomon's Life of Riley (Bad Press 2012) over at Damn the Caesars, reading it through Yeats's "Introduction," "the 1937 prefatory note composed for an edition of his complete works that never appeared." Struck by the claim, "A poet is justified not by the expression of himself, but by the public he finds or [...] by

She and Her Collaborators Demand Nothing: Samuel Solomon on Younger UK Poets for Lana Turner September 24, 2012: In his piece, "What Pools Love to Arson: Two Recent Pamphlets from Younger British Poets," for Lana Turner, Samuel Solomon takes the time to read Jonny Liron, Francesca Lisette, Joseph Luna, and Timothy Thornton (Poems, Written Between October and December 2010, Grasp Press 2011) and Marianne Morris, Luke Roberts, Sophie Robinson, and Josh [...] by

What Matters (or Not): Samuel Solomon on LA’s Q.E.D. Part 2 July 6, 2012: Something nutritious at HTMLGIANT: Samuel Solomon has written up the second round of the Les Figues Q.E.D. series of talks, which focused on queer art and literature and took place over the spring months in Los Angeles' historic MAK-Schindler House, "L.A.’s original nod to green architecture." Moderated by Vanessa Place, the May 9 "WHAT [...] by