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Jon Curley Reviews Anselm Berrigan’s Come in Alone July 11, 2016: In his aptly titled review “A Square Deal,” Jon Curley guides readers through the experience of reading Anselm Berrigan’s newest collection of poems, Come in Alone. The formal [...] by

Ryo Yamaguchi Reads Anselm Berrigan’s ‘Radically Reorienting’ Come In Alone May 5, 2016: At New Pages, Ryo Yamaguchi begins by admitting “I hate to focus so much on form.” Yet, while close-reading Anselm Berrigan’s new poetry collection, Come In Alone, the question of [...] by

Anselm Berrigan’s Come In Alone Reviewed at Publisher’s Weekly April 20, 2016: Anselm Berrigan’s newest book, Come In Alone (Wave Books, 2016), is reviewed at Publisher’s Weekly. As they tend to be at PW, this review is to the point, but with such brevity still [...] by

What’s in a Line: Anselm Berrigan’s Come In Alone February 19, 2016: Good news: The Rumpus has Patrick James Dunagan reviewing Anselm Berrigan’s newest book, Come In Alone (Wave Books, 2016). “Berrigan has successfully defined his own one-shot lyric form. [...] by

Please Feast Your Eyes on Volume II of ‘poetry is (Speaking Portraits)’ June 26, 2015: George Quasha is back for round two of his “poetry is (Speaking Portraits)” project, a “portraiture with poetics” that features over 75 poets individually recorded as they [...] by

‘He hasn’t branded himself’: John Yau on Anselm Berrigan’s Pregrets January 6, 2015: John Yau writes about Anselm Berrigan for Hyperallergic! Importantly, this piece highlights Berrigan’s most recent book, Pregrets, published late in 2014 by Sydney-based Vagabond Press. Yau [...] by

10 Cherished Books June 9, 2014: 1. I feel fortunate to have met Ted Berrigan, just once, during my first trip to New York in October 1982. I really wanted to meet Alice Notley, his wife, whose poetry I knew and admired more than [...] by

See You in the Emergency Room, Part Two May 1, 2014: Continued from Part 1. Hobbling through Tompkins Square Park on a fine summer afternoon, I was lucky enough to cross paths with Karen Weiser. My crutches kicked off a conversation about the months [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

My Education: The NY/SF Poetry Scene in the Aughts April 1, 2014: I miss New York and the poets there and I’ve dreamed (had actual dreams) about stroking through the double doors of the St. Mark’s Poetry Project to silent-movie applause—applause and davening, [...] by