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Help Ugly Duckling Presse Print Big! August 30, 2013: The ducklings at Ugly Duckling Presse have a special fundraising event going on—and they invite you to be a part of it! Ugly Duckling Presse is raising funds, courtesy of the popular fundraising platform, Indiegogo, to buy a new letterpress AND move said letterpress into UDP HQ over at the Old American Can Factory (that's Brooklyn, New [...] by

All Aboard with The New Heave-Ho July 8, 2013: In related news of supreme excellency: Noel Black, author of Uselysses (UDP, 2011) and La Goon (TNHH, 2013), is launching a .PDF press called The New Heave-Ho. In his preface to the new press's manifesto, Black writes: I wrote this manifesto in April 2013 after asking Ugly Duckling Presse if they would allow me to publish the .PDF [...] by

The 2013 Chapbook Festival! April 29, 2013: It's like a mini (and less overwhelming) AWP, in New York City, right across from the beautiful Empire State Building. There will be so many fabulous presses there, including Argos Books, Factory Hollow Press, Birds LLC, Brooklyn Arts Press, Forklift, Ohio, Ugly Duckling Presse, PSA, my very own Monk Books, and many more. Then there's [...] by

Ernst Herbeck’s “Golden ABCs” at Jacket2 January 7, 2013: If you reached the end of the recently published collection of Ernst Herbeck's poems, Everyone Has a Mouth (translated by Gary Sullivan and published by Ugly Duckling Presse), and, like us, wanted more More MORE! then surf over to Jacket2 to check out his “Golden ABCs.” We'll let you read the poem yourself, but will lead into the jump [...] by

Read Excerpts from Kirill Medvedev’s It’s No Good December 28, 2012: So worth a read: Four poems at n+1 from It's No Good, a new book out from n+1 and Ugly Duckling Presse by contemporary Russian poet, translator, political activist and essayist Kirill Medvedev, edited by Keith Gessen, with various translators. An excerpt: just a little bit more about literature: I’ve always been really interested in [...] by

Now in Color: UDP Puts Noel Black’s Sold-Out Moby K. Dick Online February 20, 2012: Very cool: As part of the pre-sale for Noel Black's new book, Uselysses (you read that right), Ugly Duckling Presse also made a special edition of Black's chapbook, Moby K. Dick (sensing a pattern here); and now they've gone and made it digital. It's a beaut, with poems using lexicon from novels and full-color collages both—right off, you'll [...] by

Neighbo(u)r Addendum March 2, 2010: “The emotions are engaged Entering the city As entering any city. We are not coeval With a locality But we imagine others are, We encounter them.” --from George Oppen’s “Of Being Numerous” For the current February/March issue of the St. Mark's Poetry Project Newsletter, I wrote a review of Canadian poet Rachel Zolf’s [...] by