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‘Pop Your Mind’s Bubble Wrap’ With Spin’s List of Poets Who Heart Popular Culture November 8, 2016: Andy Emitt’s Spin Magazine feature “Celebrating Pop Poetics: 25 Poets Who Draw Inspiration From Music Icons,” presents a list of contemporary poets who slay like rock stars, pop [...] by

Dennis Cooper in Conversation With Andrew Durbin on Google’s Censorship at FRIEZE July 22, 2016: Dennis Cooper’s blog DC’s has been an essential resource for writers of all genres; after fourteen years, Google deactivated DC’s without explanation. At Frieze, Dennis Cooper [...] by

Artinfo Took Notes at Triple Canopy’s Ecstatic Prose Event May 27, 2016: If you missed this past weekend’s Triple Canopy Ecstatic Prose event–with Hilton Als, Andrew Durbin, Tan Lin, Rivka Galchen, Sukhdev Sandhu, Christine Smallwood, Jonathon Sturgeon, and [...] by

At BOMB, Andrew Durbin Reviews Robert Glück’s New Collection of Nonfiction May 25, 2016: In the new issue of BOMB, Andrew Durbin reviews Communal Nude, a collection of nonfiction texts and essays that span the career and anchor the writing practice (goes the story by publisher [...] by

Excerpt From Jackie Wang’s Say Bye to Reason and Hi to Everything Book Published at Document May 9, 2016: Document has published an excerpt from Jackie Wang’s forthcoming Tiny Spelunker of the Oneiro-Womb, Dream Selections Oct. 7, 2014 – Feb. 4, 2015, which is part and parcel of the Andrew [...] by

Say Bye to Reason and Hi to Everything… April 12, 2016: Poetry news of the capricious kind: Capricious Publishing (Capricious is a magazine and art book publisher based in New York) announces its premiere series of longform chapbooks, selected and edited [...] by

At BOMB: Andrew Durbin on John Cage’s Diary November 4, 2015: At BOMB, Andrew Durbin looks at John Cage’s Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse), now out in full for the first time from Siglio Press. “It was originally [...] by

Paul Stephens on Celebrity & American Poetry October 27, 2015: Paul Stephens explores the dazzling topic of celebrity in relation to American poetry and social media in an essay, “The Poetics of Celebsploitation,” now up at Admodern. Stephens [...] by

Poetry’s Gradual Commodification: Felix Bernstein Takes Down the New Museum’s Triennial May 11, 2015: At Hyperallergic, Felix Bernstein delivers a potentially galvanizing negative critique to the New Museum’s 2015 Triennial: “Surround Audience,” and Brian Droitcour’s The Animated [...] by

Poetry at the New Museum’s Triennial: Jenny Zhang, Brandon Brown, and Cathy Park Hong April 9, 2015: Talk Series: Brian Droitcour on Poetry at the New Museum’s Triennial with Jenny Zhang, Brandon Brown, and Cathy Park Hong The Poetry Project at St. Mark’s Church Friday, March 20, 2015   [...] by