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‘Reading Other Women’ at Boston Review September 29, 2016: In the introduction to her new series, “Reading Other Women,” Rafia Zakaria discusses the series of articles’ primary goal: to “amend or supplement the literary cannon” [...] by

Hoa Nguyen’s Expert Violet Energy Ingots September 15, 2016: Hoa Nguyen’s latest book, Violet Energy Ingots (Wave) is reviewed by Ryo Yamaguchi for Boston Review. While Yamaguchi does attach the well-trod sense of “difficulty” to the poems [...] by

Elizabeth Bishop Among Her Peers at Boston Review August 17, 2016: Up today at Boston Review, Heather Treseler takes a look into the life and works of Elizabeth Bishop. In particular, Treseler considers Bishop’s oeuvre in light of a recently surfaced [...] by

Great Interview With Sarah Howe at Boston Review July 11, 2016: Loop of Jade author Sarah Howe is interviewed at Boston Review! Lily Blacksell talks to Howe about being “a Brit abroad” (the poet is currently a Fellow at the Harvard’s Radcliffe [...] by

‘Observes herself observing’: Alan Gilbert Reviews Rebecca Wolff’s One Morning— June 30, 2016: Alan Gilbert reviews Rebecca Wolff’s latest collection of poetry, One Morning— (Wave Books, 2015), for Boston Review. “The book depicts a social compact in danger of being broken, [...] by

Stephen Burt Looks at the Poetics of Fatherhood June 22, 2016: At Boston Review, Stephen Burt considers poetry in the space of fatherhood. “The poetry of fatherhood is not so new, in part because more men have been able to publish,” writes Burt. [...] by

Terrance Hayes’s How to Be Drawn Handles One’s Ghosts June 15, 2016: Terrance Hayes’s How to Be Drawn (Penguin Books, 2016) is reviewed by Christopher Spaide for Boston Review. “How to Be Drawn refines, without drastically rewiring, Hayes’s aesthetic, [...] by

Rae Armantrout’s Itself Invokes Chirality, Scientific Discourse… May 26, 2016: At Boston Review, Rae Armantrout’s latest collection, Itself (Wesleyan, 2015), is considered “distinct from her earlier work, taking its primary inspiration from recent developments in [...] by

Reviewing Eileen Myles’s I Must Be Living Twice, erica kaufman Returns to the Substance May 5, 2016: New at Boston Review is erica kaufman’s “The End of Gender,” a review of I Must Be Living Twice: New and Selected Poems 1975–2014 by Eileen Myles. Kaufman draws our attention to [...] by

Dale Smith Reviews ‘Startlingly Prescient’ Aeneid (David Hadbawnik, tr.) at Boston Review April 14, 2016: Dale Smith’s recent Boston Review read-through (“Listening Through Time”) of Shearsman Books’s Aeneid (Books I-VI) translated by David Hadbawnik, illustrated by Carrie Kaser, [...] by