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HuffPost’s Valentine to Internet Poetry November 11, 2015: In truth, most poets like the internet (social media is another thing), however The Huffington Post has compiled this handy listicle summarizing a few of the most visible poets utilizing the [...] by

The Gist of the Most Recent AWP Commotion August 28, 2015: Publisher’s Weekly sums up the ruckus surrounding accusations leveled at AWP this week, after a piece at Huffington Post by Kate Gale–Managing Editor of Red Hen Press and one of 18 [...] by

Max Ritvo Talks & Texts With Beloved Professor Dorothea Lasky June 3, 2015: At The Huffington Post, poet, comedian, and current Columbia MFA student Max Ritvo interviews his professor Dorothea Lasky. What’s special here is the peek at their text messages: “A [...] by

Jen Benka to the Naysayers: Poetry Is Blooming, Not Dying May 12, 2015: At the Huffington Post, Jen Benka—poet and director of The Academy of American Poets—responds to the onslaught of “Is Poetry Dead?” articles that arrive each April, just in time for [...] by

Big Questions: Travis Nichols Interviews Editors of Robert Creeley’s Selected Letters March 26, 2015: Travis Nichols talked with the editors of Robert Creeley’s Selected Letters for Huffington Post! “[E]dited by Peter Baker, Kaplan Harris and Rod Smith, [works like Selected Letters] offer [...] by

HuffPost Features Timothy Liu and Phillip Minor in Conversation February 6, 2015: Take a look at the Huffington Post and you’ll get to be a fly on the wall of this great conversation between Timothy Liu and Phillip Minor. Phillip Minor begins by explaining that he [...] by

Carl Phillips on Risk at Huffington Post January 20, 2015: At Huffington Post on the heels of his newest book (of essays) titled The Art of Daring: Risk, Restlessness, Imagination, Carl Phillips speaks with Ben Evans about daring, risk, restlessness, and [...] by

The Beauties: Diriye Osman on the Work of Kwame Dawes January 8, 2015: Diriye Osman writes for The Huffington Post about “one of the most consistently thrilling poets at work today,” Kwame Dawes. Osman looks at Dawes’ 2013 volume of selected poems, [...] by

‘When you use a you’: Dorothea Lasky and the Poetics of Drake October 24, 2014: Dorothea Lasky, the Village Voice’s favorite poet, has a favorite poet of her own. And that poet is none other than rap superstar Drake. Yes, 27 year old Canadian rapper Aubrey Drake Graham. At [...] by

Turn It Up: The Music of Wallace Stevens September 30, 2014: At the Huffington Post, composer Mohammed Fairouz discusses his recent song cycle, Domination of Darkness, based on the poetry of Wallace Stevens. How does Fairouz amplify the inherent music of [...] by