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Score-Based Work Is Given Presence in Present Tense Pamphlets August 24, 2016: Yesterday, Mashinka Firunts and Danny Snelson announced the launch of Present Tense Pamphlets, their co-edited “hybrid digital and print publishing platform for score-based work,” [...] by

New Issue of Asymptote Features Brossard, Bergvall, Wolf et Plus January 18, 2016: Holy fumi. The new issue of Asymptote is out, and features Montreal poet and translator Bronwyn Haslam’s special anagrammatic translations of Nicole Brossard’s “Soft Link 1, 2, and [...] by

Aaron Kunin Points to the Aesthetic Ground September 29, 2015: “Would Vanessa Place Be a Better Poet If She Had Better Opinions?” asks Aaron Kunin at Nonsite. Kunin posits that Place’s work might just be “poorly written,” [...] by

Post-Poetry, Part 2: Outpost/Outland April 24, 2015: Dear Divya, So there you are in Singapore, and here I am in Colorado Springs, both of which are sort of conflicted homeworlds for both of us, and outlands to the centers of poetic industry (haw haw). [...] by

Boston Review Reviews Caroline Bergvall’s Drift February 4, 2015: At Boston Review, Dana Levin writes about Caroline Bergvall’s Drift (Nightboat Books 2014). To the point: “Bergvall has an ear for how the archaic and contemporary guises of English sound [...] by

Lost at Sea: Caroline Bergvall’s ‘Drift’ May 28, 2014: The May issue of Poetry opens with an excerpt from Caroline Bergvall’s “Drift,” a poem that visually and aurally renders the experience of being lost at sea. The poem is the centerpiece of her [...] by

Who Is Doris Cross? April 25, 2014: Over at the Marfa Book Company, where there is a beautiful gallery space—and where they’ve exhibited works by Robert Grenier, Roni Horn, Rosa Barba, Luis Camnitzer, Nicolas G. Miller, among other [...] by

cento for love April 3, 2014: written for a performance with Dohee Lee and Simon Pettet on March 28, 2014 Poetry is not for the passive. It is, as Mayakovsky knew, at its very heart tendentious. Even the love poem agitates the [...] by

Exhibit Livestreaming Now From Zurich: Poetry will be made by all! Includes Andrew Durbin, Trisha Low, Sophia Le Fraga, Steve Roggenbuck, More January 30, 2014: Oh, to be in neutral territory. Livestreaming now from Zurich, having begun today, January 30, at 15:00 (UTC +1:00): The LUMA Foundation’s inaugural 89plus exhibition, Poetry will be made by [...] by

SALT Shifts from Solos to Series May 16, 2013: Salt, a U.K.-based poetry and fiction publisher, announced yesterday that it plans to shift its emphasis in poetry from single-author poetry collections to its popular Best British Poetry anthology [...] by