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Douglas Piccinnini Reviews Jackie Clark’s Aphoria at The Volta Blog July 17, 2014: Jackie Clark’s full-length debut collection of poetry is here! Read Douglas Piccinnini’s response to her collection at The Volta. Jackie Clark’s full-length debut, APHORIA, dwells in [...] by

At The Volta ‘How to be a Chola’ by Sandy Florian June 4, 2014: Sandy Florian responds to Aaron McCollough’s review of Carmen Giménez-Smith’s Milk and Filth at The Volta/Evening Will Come: In his review, “Strife Between the Tinctures,” Aaron [...] by

‘Tru-speaking’: John Paetsch & Gauss PDF at The Volta January 17, 2014: The Volta Blog has a great review of John Paetsch’s brnt ghst vlnt (Gauss PDF), which was also selected by them as one of the best books of 2013. Logan Fry writes: Written in three [...] by

Thinking About Poetry With Others: Joshua Marie Wilkinson’s Reviews Issue of Evening Will Come November 4, 2013: A new issue of Evening Will Come is up–the monthly poetics journal and arm of The Volta (Joshua Marie Wilkinson confesses his mother refers to the “online multimedia site” as [...] by

The Volta’s Visual Art Portfolio October 2, 2013: Poets making visual art that isn’t visual poetry—heck yes! Thanks to The Volta’s October issue, you can check out a bevvy of poets working through their visual artistic practice. [...] by

On George Albon’s Aspiration, a Radical Essay in the Form of a Book September 9, 2013: It’s hard to keep track of the impressive content at The Volta, so we are here to help. Did you know that there’s a Volta blog? That is, in effect, a “reviews-based [...] by

Created for the Listening: kathryn l. pringle’s fault tree August 16, 2013: A review of kathryn l. pringle’s “dizzying, suffocating, brilliant fault tree” (Omnidawn 2012) is over at The Volta. Christopher Schaeffer writes of reading Pringle’s new [...] by

Cathy Park Hong’s New Museum Stand-Up Is Up August 8, 2013: Topping the last issue of The Conversant is a gem that we mentioned in the spring: Cathy Park Hong’s contribution to the New Museum’s “Propositions” series, Part One of which, [...] by

Evening Will Come: Women Looking at The Last Vispo Anthology August 5, 2013: Over at The Volta, “Evening Will Come” collects responses from women poets–including Jessica Smith, Amaranth Borsuk, and Sharon Mesmer–on visual poetry. Curated by Nico [...] 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. [...] by