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Poetry Society of America Tributes Another Painter Among Poets: Trevor Winkfield May 19, 2014: To revel in the great fact of painter among poets Trevor Winkfield having two new publications among us, 1) How I Became a Painter (Pressed Wafer, 2014), a collection of interviews with Miles [...] by

Take a Look at Chris Nealon’s Bookshelves November 13, 2013: Newest addition to The Believer’s ongoing series of photographing poets’ bookshelves is none other than Chris Nealon! Hooray. We spy a LIES journal, some good political theory, Wallace [...] by

Wool Will Never Have to Dye: On Nate Klug’s Rude Woods November 11, 2013: We were fortunate enough to hear Nate Klug read from Rude Woods (The Song Cave 2013)–his translations of Virgil’s Eclogues–the other night at Berl’s Poetry Shop. Should he be [...] by

Made Close by Jane Gregory’s My Enemies October 22, 2013: Jane Gregory’s new (first) book, My Enemies (The Song Cave 2013), is given a close-read by Charles Altieri, writing for Feedback (the critical theory blog-arm of Open Humanities Press). [...] by

Nathaniel Dorsky for The Song Cave October 21, 2013: The Song Cave, publisher of chapbooks and full-lengths by writers including Chris Nealon, Drew Milne, Raphael Rubinstein and Trevor Winkfield, Jae Choi, Jane Gregory, and Jennifer Moxley– is [...] by

Welcome to Song Cave May 15, 2013: Oh yes, hi, is this thing on? Yes, hello, we’re coming to you live from Song Cave: that’s S-O-N-G-C-A-V-E. Song Cave, a small press publisher based in Northampton, Massachusetts, is [...] by

The Song Cave’s Got Themselves a Blog March 8, 2013: Yeah, they do. And it’s pretty pretty. If you scroll along, we’re sure you’ll find something you’ll love. Go now! by

Alternating Currents January 7, 2013: Robert Duncan: The Ambassador from Venus has been in print for almost six months now, and I’ve had time to think about what’s next. Biography writing feels a little bit like marathon running. You [...] by