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How Do You Do, Julien Poirier? July 29, 2016: At the Bay Area’s Litseen, an interview with Julien Poirier! “When people ask what do you do, you tell them…?” asks Rebecca Samuelson, to which Poirier replies, [...] by

Popular Science Profiles Poetry by Artificial Intelligence July 29, 2016: Are we in the midst of a robot rival to e.e. cummings? Alas, thank goodness no—but at Popular Science we meet the creator of CuratedAI, a new online literary magazine of creative writing written by [...] by

PEN Announces Translation Fund Grant Recipients July 29, 2016: Yesterday, PEN America announced the recipients of PEN/Heim Translation Fund Grants this cycle. The award, which bestows upon the recipients $3,670, provides translators with necessary funds to [...] by

Stephen Burt Considers Andrew Maxwell’s Trifecta of Aphorism, Lyric, and the Avant-Garde July 29, 2016: “What if a poet wants at once to write aphoristically, or apothegmatically, and to write lyric (personal, inward, emotional), and to write as part of a post-avant-garde?” asks Stephen [...] by

At Paris Review Daily, Solmaz Sharif Discusses Gender in Relationship to Warfare, Much More July 28, 2016: More Solmaz Sharif, this time at Paris Review Daily, where she talks with Zinzi Clemmons about racism, the distinction between poetry and activism, gender and warfare, and her debut collection, Look, [...] by

VIDA Reads with Mary Jo Bang July 28, 2016: Poet Mary Jo Bang shares her current reading list, the subject of her forthcoming poetry collection, and the new collections that she anticipates reading in the future: What are you reading on the [...] by

Reading Anne Carson’s Reissued Short Talks July 28, 2016: Iris Dunkle reviews the recently reissued Short Talks by Anne Carson, a “call back to the reader.” “The book is made up of a series of lyric prose poems written in a voice that is [...] by

Sandra Cisneros’s ‘Notes of a Native Daughter’ July 28, 2016: Published this week at Chicago is a look into Sandra Cisneros’s early life in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood in the 1960s and 70s, along with the reasons why she left the city, a [...] by

Tommy Pico Interviewed at Literary Hub July 28, 2016: Tommy Pico might love raisins. No one can be sure. At Literary Hub, he talks about this confusion, and more, including his debut book of poems, IRL (never met an I RL… we didn’t like), [...] by

At Fanzine: Allen Mozek Talks Olson, Dilettantism, Poetry as Seduction July 27, 2016: For those of you who relish sound art (mm): At Fanzine, Garett Strickland talks to Allen Mozek, “who, in addition to recording in projects Good Area and No Intention, is also the [...] by