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Reading Report From the Occult Poetics Symposium: Ariana Reines, CAConrad, & Jessica Bebenek in Montreal February 16, 2017: Montreal’s Librarie Drawn & Quarterly Bookstore was host to a reading as part of last weekend’s Occult Poetics Symposium, presented by Concordia’s Centre for Expanded Poetics. [...] by

Bloof Books Publishes CAConrad ‘Censored Interview’ With Library of Congress May 13, 2016: It appears that The Library of Congress asked CAConrad to participate in a new interview series with poets, only to turn around afterward and decline to run the piece! Lucky for us, and not so much [...] by

On CAConrad’s Anger at Hyperallergic March 25, 2016: For Hyperallergic Emma Eisenberg reviews New Zealand filmmakers Belinda Schmid and David Welch’s new film about CAConrad, The Book of Conrad. From the top: Anger tends to live in familiar tones [...] by

Reading List: March 2016 March 16, 2016: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the March 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. Francisco Aragón Christopher [...] by

Finally, CAConrad Interviews Emily Hunt March 9, 2016: Now it all makes sense. Nomadic Ground brings us an interview with Emily Hunt, author of the “beautiful, funny, painterly, and terrifying” poetry collection Dark Green (The Song Cave, [...] by

At Full Stop: Poetry, IUDs, Copper Toxicity, Cixous, Conrad, the Song of the Sphinx… March 7, 2016: Published this week at Full Stop, a new essay by Caren Beilin that covers birth control, language, gender, desire, toxicity, the poetry of CAConrad, and, to start, Jolen Crème Bleach as a [...] by

In New Datableed, Jennifer Cooke Talks About Apocalypse Dreams March 2, 2016: Check out the just-up third issue of Datableed, a new(ish) literary magazine out of the UK which counts among its current contributors Verity Spott, Christina Chalmers, CAConrad, Drew Milne, Nat [...] by

To Cure the Sharp Accidents of Disease January 14, 2016: I thought I was telling a joke when I woke up from surgery and said, to the sirens of the ambulance, “Beyonce,” but it came out weirder, like a poem. And if I hadn’t been a poet, none of these [...] by

What Undiscovered Countries Are Then Disclosed January 4, 2016: The nurses wouldn’t treat the pain. I had no one to drive me home, and it hurt—wickedly—the needle, the insertion of the titanium tumor markers, the size of tumor they were announcing. A few [...] by

Academy of American Poets Announces Book Publication of ‘Poem-a-Day’ Feature December 8, 2015: This just in from our friends at the Academy of American Poets: The beloved Poem-a-Day is to appear in book form! POEM-A-DAY: 365 Poems for Every Occasion is soon to be released by Abrams Books. [...] by