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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 beloved to fall in love with the poet. Like the first time I ever heard “Crazy in Love” is the only time I’ll ever understand. Once [...] by

in spite of itself (ALL PURPOSE, CRUSHED) April 1, 2014: It’s poetry month. It is also, in the United States, the month of Autism Awareness, Jazz Appreciation, Confederate History, Arab American Heritage, Child Abuse Prevention, Sexual Assault Awareness, and Financial Literacy. Autumn in the southern hemisphere and spring in the northern. Month of the diamond, second rainiest, sacred to [...] by

On Collaboration March 17, 2014: Shut up alone with a blank page and my own habits, I can get caught in a hall of looping self-doubt. But when I’m attending to another in poetic collaboration, I’m brought open to possibility, to new bonds and intimacies. Collaboration is for me a way of being permeable and open to change. It is a powerfully direct way to engage other [...] by

Exhibit Livestreaming Now From Zurich: Poetry will be made by all! Includes Andrew Durbin, Trisha Low, Sophia Le Fraga, Steve Roggenbuck, More January 30, 2014: Oh, to be in neutral territory. Livestreaming now from Zurich, having begun today, January 30, at 15:00 (UTC +1:00): The LUMA Foundation's inaugural 89plus exhibition, Poetry will be made by all! (January 30–March 30, 2014) is curated by Simon Castets, Hans Ulrich Obrist, and Kenneth Goldsmith, with Danny Snelson as exhibition advisor and [...] by

Poets in New York Daily News Feature Respond to Backlash January 6, 2014: [caption id="attachment_79478" align="alignright" width="500"] Trisha Low. Photo by Lawrence Schwartzwald[/caption] One to watch at Montevidayo: The poets featured in the New York Daily News profile we pointed to have responded to some of the criticism that was leveled their way upon publication (much of the rub occurred on Facebook but was [...] by

New York Daily News Profiles ‘Young women poets’ December 20, 2013: Well, this happened! Apparently, "women have a way with words." Or so says The New York Daily News, which features today a full-page, full-color feature on New York City's "young women poets," specifically Trisha Low, Monica McClure, Ana Božičević, Lisa Marie Basile, Alina Gregorian, and Camille Rankine, with a nod to Brooklyn’s Poet [...] by

THE COMPLEAT Vice OF TRISHA LOW ++ Watch Her in Vivian November 25, 2013: Refuse (refuse?) to disavow; indulge your voyeurism: Blake Butler read Trisha Low's first book, The Compleat Purge (Kenning Editions 2013) and sent some questions her way for Vice. Trisha Low sent BB some answers in the form of someone honest (honest?) about her present state of things (yes: rope bondage workshop). There's even an excerpt from [...] by

Felix Bernstein’s Felt Essay on Vanessa Place’s ‘Zombie Poetry’ Manifesto September 30, 2013: Felix Bernstein has penned an original for HTMLGIANT, writing on Vanessa Place, Slavoj Žižek, Trisha Low, "and more." To the point, Bernstein responds to "Zombie Poetry," an essay by Place published last week on Jacket2 ("There is no ‘I’ in team. But there is a ‘me,’ bitches"). Bernstein: "And so it is only human (in the ‘living [...] by

Kim Rosenfield’s USO: I’ll Be Seeing You Seems Real June 10, 2013: We saw Kim Rosenfield read outtakes from this recently at Segue, and boy was it good. Now reviewed by Kate Schapira at The Small Press Book Review, USO: I’ll Be Seeing You (Ugly Duckling Presse 2013), uses "laughter as a secondary weapon of war." More: ...When you travel with someone, with them directing the travel and you along for [...] by