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Yi-Fen Chou Is a Real Person, & Everything Else Circling ‘The Bees’ September 10, 2015: Like a bee to some Venus-flower nectar, the Internet has taken to our poetry scandale du jour. But scandal doesn’t cut it. These responses to Michael Derrick Hudson posing as Yi-Fen Chou are [...] by

Michael Derrick Hudson’s Problematic Turn as Yi-Fen Chou September 8, 2015: The troublesome pseudonym just got more troublsym. At The Rumpus, Brian Spears details the storm “set off by the bio in Best American Poetry 2015 of Michael Derrick Hudson, who has been [...] by

Patrick James Dunagan Ponders Elizabeth Willis’s Alive: New and Selected Poems July 23, 2015: At The Rumpus, Patrick James Dunagan observes the fabulous universe of talent that is (“stellar,” as he puts it) Elizabeth Willis’s New and Selected. Willis’s volume is a [...] by

Made in Detroit: Marge Piercy June 8, 2015: The Rumpus interviewed Marge Piercy about her most recent collection, Made in Detroit! Dara Barnat had many queries around the reoccurring themes in the book, including family, intimacy, Judaism, and [...] by

Julie Marie Wade Reviews Tod Marshall’s Bugle at The Rumpus March 10, 2015: What does the sound of a bugle have to do with “music, nature, and human frailty”? What’s the relationship between sound and meaning? In this Rumpus review of Tod Marshall’s [...] by

Water, water, every where: Harmony Holiday’s A Famous Blues / Go Find Your Father Reviewed December 16, 2014: At The Rumpus, Kent Shaw takes a look into Harmony Holiday’s latest dual book A Famous Blues / Go Find Your Father and finds a poetics of water flowing: “Look at a river, read a poem [...] by

Cynthia Cruz’s Mesmerizing Wunderkammer November 3, 2014: At The Rumpus, Diana Whitney reviews Cynthia Cruz’s third book, Wunderkammer (Four Way Books 2014), which features for its cover a photograph of James Joyce’s daughter, Lucia Joyce, [...] by

Slate Reviews Claudia Rankine’s Citizen October 10, 2014: Is there such a thing as “race neutral” language? At Slate, Jonathan Farmer reviews Claudia Rankine’s new and stunning American lyric, Citizen: Few words echo as far and fast as [...] by

Dunagan Reviews Jack Hirschman’s The Viet Arcane October 10, 2014: At The Rumpus, James Patrick Dunagan’s delves into Jack Hirschman’s latest collection, resurrected from deep in the archives, The Viet Arcane. Hirschman has been a long-time fixture on [...] by

The Rumpus Reviews Claudia Rankine’s Citizen September 30, 2014: Have you picked up your copy yet? We can’t wait to get ours! Claudia Rankine’s Citizen: An American Lyric sure sounds like it will do anything BUT disappoint. From The Rumpus: In a recent [...] by