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NYC’s Museum of Modern Art to Host Writing Workshop with Tan Lin Beginning October 10! October 2, 2013: Five sessions! Starts October 10th! Who else leads writing workshops like Tan Lin? No one! That's right. It's going to be one of the best, neatest, and most refreshing experiences that has ever happened to you: scout's honor! From the folks at MoMa: Working with poet Tan Lin, examine poetry and its relations to technological platforms, [...] by

Tan Lin and Brian Teare Tear Up The Dance Floor at The Volta May 31, 2013: How else could we find out the really cool details about poets that we love, like, that Tan Lin writes in his office about disco, if it weren't for The Volta's Take Down the Clouds: 1. Where are you now? in my office, which is also a closet, in NYC. 2. What are you working on and what have you got coming out? I am [...] by

Joshua Marie Wilkinson Reviews Tan Lin’s Insomnia and the Aunt February 28, 2013: Joshua Marie Wilkinson has certainly fulfilled his reviewing duties (very generously!!) with this one over at West Branch Wired. Wilkinson looks at books by Cole Swensen, Fanny Howe, Tan Lin, Anselm Berrigan, Anne Carson, and Cathy Park Hong. We especially like the read on Lin: "My favorite book in recent memory is Tan Lin's Insomnia and the [...] by

Tan Lin and Angela Genusa Talk New Forms of the Book at Rhizome October 25, 2012: "A Book Is Technology" is an interview with the fascinating poet, novelist, and filmmaker Tan Lin at Rhizome. Lin talked with Angela Genusa about what a book could be, what reading might mean today, how technology might fit in, and so on. Par exemple: How would you prepare someone who has never read a Tan Lin book to read one of your [...] by

Watch Video from Tan Lin’s ‘Powerpoint and the Perfume of Reading’ at Artists Space July 30, 2012: It's possible you missed Tan Lin's presentation at Artists Space last week, but lucky you, somebody videotaped it, as they used to say. More about "Powerpoint and the Perfume of Reading": Responding to an invitation from Artists Space to contribute a text to an exhibition publication, in Spring 2012 writer Tan Lin produced two works on [...] by

Kristen Gallagher Revisits Tan Lin’s 7CV May 31, 2011: Jacket2 today features a sustained review by Kristen Gallagher of Tan Lin's Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking (or 7CV, or SCV) (Wesleyan University Press 2010). It's a welcome exploration, even though the book has had plenty of attention (we'd highly recommend this interview with Lin at BOMB), considering [...] by