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Humor & Revelation: Publisher’s Weekly Reviews Rebecca Wolff’s One Morning– August 19, 2015: Rebecca Wolff‘s new collection of poetry, One Morning–, is out from Wave Books, and has just received a review in Publisher’s Weekly that we must point you to: “Not quite [...] by

Interpreting the Newest A Roll of the Dice June 2, 2015: Jeremy Glazier writes that “[t]he latest iteration of Mallarmé’s masterpiece, from Wave Books, is a stunning presentation of the poem in French with a new English translation by Robert [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Reviews Four New Books of Poetry by Poets He’d Never Previously Known . . . March 9, 2015: Barry Schwabsky writes some short reviews of poetry books for Hyperallergic, acknowledging that the common thread is his previous unfamiliarity with the authors: “I’ve decided now to write [...] by

Anthony McCann’s Thing Music a Mindful Train September 10, 2014: Jackson Meazle reviews Anthony McCann’s new book, Thing Music (Wave Books 2014), for City Lights! While McCann mentions his current work traversing that of Ashbery, Meazle notices the rigor of [...] by

Poet David Wojahn on Wave Books, Robert Lax & Lorine Niedecker July 31, 2014: At Numéro Cinq, poet David Wojahn has penned an essay likening Wave Books to the salad days of Grove Press and New Directions, then steers his gratitude toward Lorine Niedecker and Robert Lax, whose [...] by

At The Brooklyn Rail: Mary Ruefle on Erasures of Lifelong Shame & Pride, More July 18, 2014: Mary Ruefle is interviewed at The Brooklyn Rail about her newest collection, Trances of the Blast (Wave, 2013), and also “speaks about metaphor, her ruthless revisions, the imagination as a [...] by

The Bagley Wright Lecture Series: A Conversation with Matthew Zapruder June 2, 2014: Matthew Zapruder and I went toe-to-toe at Oakland’s Boot and Shoe Service this weekend to talk about his newest collaboration with Wave Books Publisher and arts philanthropist, Charlie Wright: [...] by

Hitting the Road with Wave Books May 5, 2014: You may remember those halcyon days of the Wave Poetry Bus Tour. If you need a refresher, we chronicled the tour day-by-day, minute-by-minute here. Now, Wave is on the road again—this time with [...] by

Wave Books throws everything at the wall, finds poetry collections stick on their own March 28, 2011: In an article for the Seattle Times, Mary Ann Gwinn looks at the success the five-year-old Wave Books has had in helping its poets find readers while maintaining critical acclaim. Launching a [...] by