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Anticipation Mounts as Printed Matter Moves to New Home October 12, 2015: New York’s beloved Printed Matter, with a current stock of over 12,000 titles, is moving into its new space as we speak. The Wall Street Journal reports that “[t]he new home on 11th [...] by

‘Muse’ Developed for Robert Creeley’s e-Correspondence Legacy August 4, 2015: The Wall Street Journal introduces readers to a common archival conundrum occurring in today’s increasingly digital, literary era: how to preserve and archive internationally-acclaimed [...] by

At Wall Street Journal, Pulitzer-Prize Winning Poet, Gregory Pardlo Discusses Housecleaning, Elton John July 17, 2015: Who knew?! At Wall Street Journal, Gregory Pardlo, author of the Pulitzer Prize- winning collection, Digest, delves into his childhood in Willingboro, NJ and his ongoing attachment to the music of [...] by

Matthew Rohrer Trades ‘Plate of Chicken’ for Small Batch Irish Whiskey at WSJ March 19, 2015: Matthew Rohrer reflects on his Irish heritage and the pleasures (and pain) of drinking whiskey right here at The Wall Street Journal: MY FAMILY identifies as Irish—more so, perhaps, than is [...] by

Negar Azimi Pens Tribute to Etel Adnan at The Wall Street Journal February 10, 2015: The Wall Street Journal reaffirms our care for Etel Adnan with this piece on the art world’s recent adulation: “In the past year alone, she has had a string of enviable solo outings at [...] by

Abigail Deutsch Reviews New Biography of James Laughlin December 9, 2014: At The Wall Street Journal, Abigail Deutsch writes about New Directions founder James Laughlin. “When he wasn’t running a publishing house, running a ski resort or running around, Laughlin [...] by

Japanese Bookstore Invites Customers to an In-Store Sleepover Party October 7, 2014: A sleepover party at a bookstore??? Yes please! From the Wall Street Journal: If you are a book lover in Japan who has always dreamed of spending an entire night at a bookstore, here is your chance [...] by

Nick Cave Likes Poetry, Is a ‘Berryman Nut’ September 16, 2014: Suh-weet! Who knew?! The dashing ranconteur behind Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and a plethora of other musical incarnations LOVES poetry. Especially, John Berryman. Nick Cave is best known for his [...] by

Mina Loy’s Only Novel, Insel, Reviewed at The Wall Street Journal May 20, 2014: “Forty-eight years after her death, the mysterious Mina Loy continues to emerge as if from a Modernist mist,” writes Martin Riker for The Wall Street Journal in a new review of Mina [...] by

New York Public Library Responds to Outcry, Abandons Renovation Plans May 8, 2014: The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal both confirm the rumors: The New York Public Library will abandon its controversial renovation plan. “Its decision came amid three lawsuits and [...] by