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New to the Archive February 29, 2016: Far more than a quirk of the Gregorian calendar, Leap Day has the potential to disrupt our lives worse more than a thousand Mercurys at their retrogradiest. That is, at least, our expert [...] by

Gregory Pardlo, Saeed Jones, More Discuss Recent Diversity Report October 28, 2015: At The Guardian, a piece on poet Gregory Pardlo, with an eye on diversity, recognition, and how they really translate in terms of visibility in the poetry and publishing worlds. “I won the [...] by

VIDA Announces Leadership Changes July 6, 2015: The very influential VIDA has announced some leadership changes! Erin Belieu, who has acted as VIDA’s official spokesperson since the organization’s founding, said: “Editors and publishers [...] by

Unwelcome Visitations: On Writing ‘Dead Girl Gang Bang’ February 17, 2015: [Note: Each month we feature a guest post from a contributor to Poetry’s current issue. Cate Marvin’s “Dead Girl Gang Bang” appears in the February 2015 issue. Previous posts in this series [...] by

AWP Report (Political Poetry) April 12, 2010: This morning [4.9.10] I moderated a panel called “Writing In(to) the Age of Obama.” The purpose of the panel was two-fold: to talk about the experience of participating in a blog-turned-book [...] by

Austen, Marvin, Homeopathy, L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E August 12, 2009: On my way to work this morn listening to local NPR interviewing the woman who wrote this book called Confessions of a Jane Austen Addict (and maybe now its sequel). She was rattling on in a very [...] by