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New Tom Raworth Poem Makes New of NOC Search Terms June 14, 2013: Posted recently to the tumblr A Fiery Flying Roule is a new poem from Tom Raworth in response to the U.S. security breach; he calls it "Just a quick doodle with some of the trigger-words in the Department of Homeland Security 'Analyst Desktop Binder.'" See it below but read that tumblr in general, real good. by

SALT Shifts from Solos to Series May 16, 2013: Salt, a U.K.-based poetry and fiction publisher, announced yesterday that it plans to shift its emphasis in poetry from single-author poetry collections to its popular Best British Poetry anthology series. Salt has been publishing poetry collections from writers across the globe for the past thirteen years: to date, Salt has published over [...] by

Drew Milne’s Homage to the 1982 Edition of Tom Raworth’s Writing March 26, 2013: Drew Milne has posted an homage to Tom Raworth's amazing book Writing at the Electric Crinolines blog (while we're at it, check out Milne's fantastic new chapbook from The Song Cave). The piece features photographs from The Figures's 1982 edition of the book, and notes on material included therein (it's unfortunately not so available). You can [...] by

Tom Raworth Remembers Anselm Hollo January 31, 2013: As promised (and expected) more remembrances and tributes to Anselm Hollo, who died this week, are pouring in. We wanted to draw your attention to this tribute by Tom Raworth in the Independent. Raworth reminds us of Hollo's place in the world of letters, a place that spanned national and linguistic borders: Anselm Hollo was a major [...] by

Thurston Moore and Tom Raworth, Together at Last March 27, 2012: Thurston Moore (co-editor of the new Flowers & Cream Press) made his way across the pond last week to read with Tom Raworth (with special guests Alex Ward and Steve Noble). The event, called "Poetry and Noise," was curated by Moore, and announced only a week in advance. LondonJazz has a writeup of the night! It's almost like we were [...] by