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Exhibit Livestreaming Now From Zurich: Poetry will be made by all! Includes Andrew Durbin, Trisha Low, Sophia Le Fraga, Steve Roggenbuck, More January 30, 2014: Oh, to be in neutral territory. Livestreaming now from Zurich, having begun today, January 30, at 15:00 (UTC +1:00): The LUMA Foundation's inaugural 89plus exhibition, Poetry will be made by all! (January 30–March 30, 2014) is curated by Simon Castets, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Kenneth Goldsmith, with Danny Snelson as exhibition advisor and [...] by

Tao Lin Interviews Ben Lerner at The Believer August 5, 2013: Tao Lin interviews Ben Lerner for The Believer: “YOU’RE A POET; DON’T YOU HATE MOST POEMS?” Tao writes as an introduction: Increasingly, each book by Ben seems to be edited with the knowledge of some future position (like how one edits previous pages of a book after completing the final pages, then edits the final pages again, [...] by

Funny Boy Sings Heavy Metal for Joyelle McSweeney +++ at HTMLGIANT July 19, 2013: Video killed the review star or like, something, the bodybuilding routine of Melvin Antony (said Acker: "...the part of the 'I' that bodybuilds...was rejecting language...") as review for Amina Cain's Creature, AND a lot of other reads from Christopher Higgs at HTMLGIANT: In this series I share with you a stack of my recently acquired [...] by

Resisting the Poem of the Moment: Failure and Sincerity in the Work of Tao Lin, Matt Hart, Dorothea Lasky, and Others February 13, 2012: Jacket2 has more than "something that stutters sincerely" in their new post on contemporary poetry and the aesthetics of failure. Jennifer Moore's paper looks closely at writers Tao Lin and Matt Hart, but she begins by stating that: I am interested in how the work of poets like Matt Hart, Tao Lin, Dorothea Lasky, and Nate Pritts, among [...] by

The hip are bored and they want you to know it: Tao Lin’s new movie July 1, 2011: For those of you friend, fan, foe, or follower (is it alliteration Friday?) of Tao Lin, today's your lucky day. We once wrote that Lin was "a minimalist who has maximized his exposure." It continues on! Looks like Shoplifting in American Apparel will be made into a movie (or mocumentary?). You might already know about this, if you're one o' the [...] by