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Aaron Kunin Points to the Aesthetic Ground September 29, 2015: “Would Vanessa Place Be a Better Poet If She Had Better Opinions?” asks Aaron Kunin at Nonsite. Kunin posits that Place’s work might just be “poorly written,” [...] by

Canvases Pale: A Minstrelsy So Easily Absorbed May 22, 2015: And so I would like to make it clear that I am going to talk about race. Again. I would like to make it clear that my writing about race, like myself, is a collection of incomplete moments in time. [...] by

Real Family Is Difficult May 21, 2015: Trisha Low focuses on the family in a new post for SFMoma’s Open Space, writing on the issues of the day: Conceptualism as it’s seen and branded, the Mongrel Coalition, Kenny Goldsmith [...] by

Kicking Off National Poetry Month 2015 March 25, 2015: One week from today we kick off National Poetry Month with our annual blogging extravaganza. We know, dear reader, you’ve been waiting all year to see who the 20 poets will be for 2015. Wait no [...] by

Trisha Low Considers the Male Confessional January 26, 2015: At Lemon Hound: Trisha Low reviews not one, but two books for us; and in the interest of parallelism, Harriet is friends with Trisha Low. “I guess there are certain things that one is obligated [...] by

Trisha Low’s 18th-Century Conduct Book October 2, 2014: Not easily dismissed: a rigorous review of Trisha Low’s The Compleat Purge (Kenning Editions 2014) by Karissa LaRoque at GUTS, “an open-access, peer-reviewed Canadian feminist [...] by

A Post That Proves We Are Not Ready to Purge Trisha Low July 14, 2014: We’re definitely not ready to stop talking about her literary debut, The Compleat Purge (Kenning, 2013), which has knocked our socks off and Patrick Gaughan’s too, who reviews Trisha [...] by

Robert Fitterman on Political Poetry: Not a Vice, at Vice July 10, 2014: What’s a political poet? Is the world “brimming over with a new political poetry”? Robert Fitterman explicates the haves from the have nots in his most recent article, and considers [...] by

‘We Probably Need, Like, 10 Vidas': Zoe Tuck and Axes for the Frozen Sea Inside Us May 3, 2014: Born in Texas, Zoe Tuck has been a participant in the Bay Area literary scene since 2008: she co-curated the Condensery Reading Series in Oakland and worked at Small Press Distribution for many [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by