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Johannes Göransson Reviews Alejandra Pizarnik’s Extracting the Stone of Madness at Boston Review February 25, 2016: Today at Boston Review, Johannes Göransson walks us through Alejandra Pizarnik’s Extracting the Stone of Madness: Poems 1962–1972, translated by Yvette Siegert and published by New [...] by

An Excerpt From New Full-Length Biography of Radical Poet Lola Ridge at Boston Review February 24, 2016: Boston Review presents an excerpt from Terese Svoboda’s long-awaited, full-length biography of Lola Ridge, Anything That Burns You: Lola Ridge, Radical Poet (Schaffner Press, 2016). (Harriet [...] by

At Boston Review: Laynie Browne Writes to C. D. Wright February 15, 2016: At Boston Review, Laynie Browne offers a lyric remembrance of and for C. D. Wright, whose recent passing has shocked and saddened the poetry community. In “Lilies,” Browne begins in [...] by

Heather Christle, Evie Shockley & More Write About Their Teaching January 20, 2016: At Boston Review, a “Teacher Feature” features teachers Evie Shockley, Shane McCrae, DeSales Harrison, and Heather Christle! To welcome the new school semester, these four have written [...] by

A Close Read of the T. S. Eliot Prize Shortlist at the Boston Review January 8, 2016: At Boston Review, Dai George reads the 2015 T.S. Eliot Prize Shortlist. The prizewinner–who will receive £20,000, the most of any single poetry prize in the UK, “and serious bragging [...] by

Kiki Petrosino’s Hymn for the Black Terrific Reviewed at Boston Review September 23, 2015: We’ve had Kiki Petrosino on our mind this week, first with this post here, and now with Carmen Giménez Smith’s review of Petrosino’s latest collection, Hymn for the Black Terrific, [...] by

Toby Martinez de las Rivas’s Terror Jousts With Geoffrey Hill’s Manifold Anatomy of Guilt September 4, 2015: “The first poet to rise to Geoffrey Hill’s manifold challenges is Toby Martinez de las Rivas,” writes Dai George for Boston Review. What might those be? How about guilt: “The [...] by

Boston Review Catches Mary Jo Bang’s The Last Two Seconds August 12, 2015: Elizabeth Metzger of the Boston Review has seen Mary Jo Bang’s The Last Two Seconds and the future looks grim. Metzger writes: “Her seventh collection of poems, The Last Two Seconds, is [...] by

Boston Review’s Summer Reads Include Costume En Face, More July 28, 2015: Boston Review has posted a handful of micro-reviews for their Summer Poetry Reads, looking at Gentlessness, by Dan Beachy-Quick (Tupelo Press); They Don’t Kill You Because They’re Hungry, They [...] by

Elizabeth Willis Reviews Fred Moten for Boston Review July 15, 2015: At Boston Review, Elizabeth Willis reviews two Fred Moten titles, The Feel Trio (Letter Machine Editions 2014) and The Little Edges (Wesleyan, 2014). “Poetry, by virtue of its adaptive [...] by