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Brandon Brown Interviewed at Hyperallergic December 13, 2016: Hyperallergic hosts a conversation between poet, translator, art writer Brandon Brown and Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle. Stemming from Brown’s most recent collection The Good Life, their [...] by

‘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

Brandon Brown Gives New Dimension to Mike Kelley’s Dust Balls October 28, 2016: Open Space keeps on giving. This time with Brandon Brown’s essay, “Dust Balls,” which circles a Ketamine-fueled near-death experience and Mike Kelley’s Dust Balls, a series of [...] by

Advice on Hots for Married Men June 13, 2016: Dear Poetry: Advice on Hots for Married Men, and Making Friends and Writing Poems Without a Car I think my friend has the hots for me, but he’s married and I’m single. What should I do? Art is [...] by

Little Lamb, Who Made Thee January 7, 2016: The pathology report was terrifying. It said the primary tumor was ugly: highly aggressive triple negative breast cancer, necrotic, reproducing at a rate beyond fast. And my friends, many of them [...] by

Celebrate The United States of Awesome: Krupskaya’s Open Reading Period is Now ’til August 1 July 6, 2015: Krupskaya Books, edited by Stephanie Young, Brandon Brown (pictured above with Stephanie Young), Kevin Killian, and Jocelyn Saidenberg, is hosting an open reading period all summer-long. That’s [...] by

Preferring Top 40 With Brandon Brown June 24, 2015: At Jacket2, a sharp review of Brandon Brown’s Top 40! “In writing Top 40 (Roof Books, 2014) as a conversation with the Top 40, Brown creates an expectation that his poems do some of what [...] by

Associations, Four May 1, 2015: 10. Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy And Its Consequences- John Allen Paulos I think I borrowed this book from my Dad in the 80s. There are roughly 7 billion people living today, every person has [...] by

Associations Two April 30, 2015: 3. Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works—Lorine Niedecker, edited by Jenny Penberthy (University of California Press). I remember Penberthy giving a lecture for The Poetry Center @ SFSU years and years [...] 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