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Vanessa Place Reviews Goldsmith’s Seven Disasters, Adds to Conv. on Affect August 22, 2013: Now we have a clear-eyed review from Vanessa Place on Kenny Goldsmith’s Seven American Deaths and Disasters for the Constant Critic; in it, she responds to both Marjorie Perloff’s recent [...] by

Vanessa Place to Ben Fama on Her Passion for Chairs July 18, 2013: From the source: Ben Fama interviews Vanessa Place about VanessaPlace, Inc. at Bright Stupid Confetti. Choice words: Ben Fama: When you appeared at the Ugly Duckling Presse Cellar Series, you recited [...] by

Amy King Considers What Unrest After Conceptualism’s Institutional Embrace July 17, 2013: At The Rumpus the other day: Amy King backs up and moves forward in her breakdown of community, capital, Conceptualism, and poetry (specifically poetry as capital as seen in the “eyes” of [...] by

‘Is There a Masculine Genius?’ Three New Conceptual Works Reviewed by Blake Butler July 1, 2013: At Vice, Blake Butler looks at conceptual writing with the help of three new books he’s taken pleasure in: Vanessa Place’s Boycott (Ugly Duckling Presse), Kenneth Goldsmith’s Seven [...] by

Newest TrenchArt: Logistics Series Includes Books From Dodie Bellamy, Divya Victor, Redell Olsen, Chris Tysh June 11, 2013: The Les Figues TrenchArt Series has always been one to watch, and the eighth-annual edition is out, featuring new books and essays from Dodie Bellamy, Divya Victor, Redell Olsen, Chris Tysh, an [...] by

$20 for $50 Sold Out! May 17, 2013: We’ll leave off the week with this final item. It is true that poetry is a kind of money. Vanessa Place drilled this lesson into us this week when we found out that the first poetry-product [...] by

Eileen Myles Talks to Noel Black About Shaping a Heap of Women May 7, 2013: Noel Black interviews Eileen Myles at The Brooklyn Rail–immediately striking a worthwhile point, invoking Myles’s 2011 essay on poetry and gender, “Being Female,” and the fact [...] by

Notes on Craft and Failure April 26, 2013: The techne of the builder, the craftsperson, the designer, is measurable and finite, at least at a certain basic level that defines minimal competence. One important historical criterion for poetic [...] by

Praise Song for the ★ April 17, 2013:   Each day ★ go about our business, walking past each ★, catching each ★’s eyes or not, about to speak or speaking.   All about ★ is noise. All about ★ is noise and bramble, [...] by

The King’s Breakfast April 2, 2013:   In a phenomenon known as Delayed Auditory Feedback, if your speech is played back to you with a slight delay—between 9.2 and 192 milliseconds later—it becomes quite difficult for you to [...] by