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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

Eileen Myles Considers Transparency in an Essay Response to Marjorie Perloff May 8, 2013: More Eileen Myles in the news! You’ve probably already read this one, as it’s been making the rounds. If not, head to the new issue of The Volta, where Eileen Myles responds to Marjorie [...] by

March Issue of The Volta Features Speculative Poetry & More March 4, 2013: We’ve already pointed you towards an essay on The Volta that responds to  Seth Oelbaum’s piece on AWP at HTMLGiant. But there’s also all sorts of non-AWP related work in the new [...] by

Two Perspectives on the Whole AWP-MFA-Glut Thing March 1, 2013: Remember the other day when we posted on Seth Oelbaum’s explosive piece at HTMLGiant? It’s caused something of a perturbance in the blogsphere and spurred poets to do what they do best [...] by

On Kristen Gallagher’s We Are Here January 30, 2013: Kristen Gallagher’s new book, We Are Here (Truck Books 2013), has been reviewed by Hannah Ensor for The Volta’s Friday Feature. If you’ve read Gallagher’s essay from the [...] by

Highlights from the One-Year Anniversary Issue of The Volta: Jen Hofer & John Pluecker’s Antena Project January 2, 2013: The Volta, a multimedia project of poetry, criticism, poetics, video, conversation and interview celebrates its one-year anniversary with a new January issue. We’re especially excited [...] by