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Ben Fama Meets Up With Precious Okoyomon in Queen Mob’s Tea House September 14, 2016: After reading Precious Okoyomon’s new book of poems published by Bottlecap Press, Ajebota, author and Wonder co-founder Ben Fama spoke with Okoyomon about the meaning behind the word [...] by

Seeing Scenes: Ben Fama Reviews Lucy Ives’s The Hermit September 8, 2016: Ben Fama wrote a review of Lucy Ives’s newest, The Hermit (The Song Cave, 2016), for The Culture Trip. “Much of The Hermit regards the conceptualization of literature as novelistic. [...] by

Fictional Poetry Roundtable With Ben Fama, Jameson Fitzpatrick, Rin Johnson, Corina Copp, & Gordon Faylor June 30, 2016: I asked some poets to answer one of the following six questions: How has fiction been affecting your work, lately? How/why do you create “characters” in poems?  Can you think of [...] by

Monica McClure and Josef Kaplan in Conversation at The Believer Logger May 23, 2016: At The Believer Logger, a conversation with Monica McClure and Josef Kaplan. “To live sensitively in 2016, on or offline, is often to be brutalized,” writes Ben Fama in a generous [...] by

Trisha Low & Josef Kaplan Talk IRL for IRL #3 February 5, 2016: Poets Josef Kaplan and Trisha Low sat down last weekend for an ongoing discussion series called IRL Podcast, hosted by Ben Fama and Monica McClure in New York City. They talked about reactions to [...] by

Performa Presents Two of the Best of the ‘Net November 16, 2015: Second to final event of the new What if someone told u you were significant? reading series, sponsored by the epic performance art festival, Performa, featured readings by two of the [...] by

New to the Archive October 28, 2015: The Poetry Foundation’s online archive of poetry is ever expanding. Here’s a look at some recent additions you may have missed over the last few months: Orlando White, who will be joining us as [...] 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

5 Books to Flip Through This 4/20 April 20, 2015: Today is April 20th, the unofficial holiday of cannabis enthusiasts. Celebrate the giggles and munchies while flipping through some of these poetry books while you toke.   1. Fantasy — Ben [...] by