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Shout Out: Eileen Tabios, Poet-Editor Issue at Otoliths April 30, 2010: I’ve previously featured a number of independent publishers answering my questions: Why did you start your small press/why did you become an independent publisher? What need was not being met [...] by

Shout Out: Urayoán Noel and Pierre Joris, Barzakh April 29, 2010: Who really believes that the abundance and proliferation, the birth of so many new literary journals can be a bad thing? I don’t. The more venues for diverse poetries, the better off we all [...] by

Shout Out: Irene Faye Duller, Lunada April 26, 2010: As we near the end of the smorgasbord that has been National Poetry Month, I wanted to say a few things about live readings and performance space.  I am interested in the intermixing of form, [...] by

Shout Out: Rachelle Cruz and “The Blood-Jet Writing Hour” Radio Show April 22, 2010: “Poetry is the blood-jet. There is no stopping it.” –Sylvia Plath I wanted to shout out Rachelle Cruz, whose work I was introduced to a couple of years ago at the San Francisco [...] by

Asian Pacific American Lit Pubs April 18, 2010: I am trying to remember when the Asian Pacific American Journal stopped printing; it’s been a few years now. So APAJ ceased publication, and then Kearny Street Workshop, who for years were one [...] by

Props to Eleven Eleven, and Shout Out to Daphne Gottlieb April 16, 2010: [Judith Selby Lang and Richard Lang, “CHEESE SPREADERS” (2008) digital pigment print, 24″ x 36″] The above image is what you see on the front page of the online journal Eleven [...] by

Indivisible: An Anthology of Contemporary South Asian American Poetry April 14, 2010: I wanted to shout out some good poet folk here, for this anthology, Indivisible: An Anthology of Contemporary South Asian American Poetry, recently published by University of Arkansas Press. This [...] by

AWP: Some Thoughts 1 April 12, 2010: It’d been six years since my last visit to AWP. This is not a confession. I had a strange time back then, adrift, inadequate feeling. You know, not feeling that I’d done enough, that I wasn’t [...] by

Poets in The World April 7, 2010: Hi all, So maybe I will see some of you at AWP this week. It’s a quick in and out for me. I teach in San Francisco on Friday morning, and then I’m off to Denver. On Saturday afternoon, I [...] by

Transnational Poetics: Some Thoughts April 4, 2010: What up, Harrieteers, I wanted to say a few things about a recent Transnational Poetics panel in which I recently participated at UC Berkeley with fellow author and blogger, Javier O. Huerta, as well [...] by