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So Much Depends: On the Particular, the Personal, & the Political April 3, 2017: 1 Last November, on election day, on a flight from New York to Chicago, I reread William Carlos Williams’s Spring and All.  I planned to assign it for a graduate poetics seminar I was teaching in [...] by

Measure as a Mediation Between the Personal & the Collective: Alice Notley’s Benediction January 16, 2017: Steve Zultanski wrote about Alice Notley’s Benediction (Letter Machine Editions, 2015) for the Los Angeles Review of Books in December, and the essay is a don’t-miss, as it furthers [...] by

The Tyrant Is Us: An Interview With Alice Notley December 30, 2016: Alice Notley is interviewed at Los Angeles Review of Books. The poet, who lives in Paris, spoke with Shoshana Olidort on the morning of the second night of Notley’s reading of the entirety of [...] by

The LaVerne Harrell Clark Photographic Collection: University of Arizona Poetry Center October 24, 2016: The University of Arizona Poetry Center is one of my favorite places in the world. Poetry Foundation Library Director Katherine Litwin and I have worked closely with their deft and generous staff [...] by

Krystal Languell Reviews Alice Notley’s Benediction at Hyperallergic October 3, 2016: Of Benediction, (Letter Machine Editions, 2015) Languell writes “Notley pestles grammatical conventions into dust, refusing common notions of order.” Can you handle it? More: Alice Notley [...] by

Katy Bohinc Lets Poets & Celebs Elucidate ‘The Twelfth House: Art and the Unconscious’ September 28, 2016: At Tender Buttons, poet Katy Bohinc (well-known for her book Dear Alain, of course, and its subsequent actual interlocution with philosopher Alain Badiou) has posted her paper, “The Twelfth [...] by

PoetryNow Returns With Season Two June 28, 2016: Yesterday the Poetry Foundation and the WFMT Radio Network released Tyehimba Jess’s “Sissiereta Jones,” the first episode of the second season of PoetryNow. We’re building off [...] by

Chicago Tribune Rounds Up New Poetry Horizon June 13, 2016: “The pure force of language, instant invention,” “Lyrical, transcendent moments,” “matters of corruption and injustice…” in the Chicago Tribune Jake Marmer [...] by

When the Poem Threatens to Become a Novel… February 22, 2016: “Satirical and feral, written at the time of Hurricane Katrina,” goes the book description of Alice Notley’s Negativity’s Kiss (Presses Universitaires de Rouen et du Havre, [...] by

Little Lamb, Who Made Thee January 7, 2016: The pathology report was terrifying. It said the primary tumor was ugly: highly aggressive triple negative breast cancer, necrotic, reproducing at a rate beyond fast. And my friends, many of them [...] by