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Poetry as Self-Help: An Interview With Eleni Sikelianos March 7, 2017: “The title of Eleni Sikelianos’s latest collection of poetry, Make Yourself Happy, is a timely imperative for the new Dark Ages in which we find ourselves,” writes Srikanth Reddy [...] by

Previously Unreleased Video Selected From SF Poetry Center Digital Archive Includes Akilah Oliver, Diane di Prima, Al Young, Raúl Zurita, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge October 4, 2016: An epigraph by Akilah Oliver (1961–2011) opens an essay published yesterday on Open Space, “Getting Love Right,” by Elise Ficarra. “Just a little time, to get love right.” [...] by

See for Yourself! How to Be Perfect: An Illustrated Guide October 3, 2016: Cartoonist Jason Novak has created a long-awaited, book-length, illustrated interpretation of one of Ron Padgett’s most beloved poems, “How to Be Perfect.” Literary Hub generously [...] by

Stephen Burt Looks at the Poetics of Fatherhood June 22, 2016: At Boston Review, Stephen Burt considers poetry in the space of fatherhood. “The poetry of fatherhood is not so new, in part because more men have been able to publish,” writes Burt. [...] by

Bustle Lists 13 New Poetry Collections Worth Your April Time Now March 22, 2016: It’s almost April, otherwise known as National Poetry Month! How bout we gear up with the best of the latest new poetry, as listed in Bustle’s “13 Poetry Collections to Read for [...] by

Anna Moschovakis Talks About Philosophy, Success, Empathy at Flavorwire March 17, 2016: Anna Moschovakis is having a good week. In advance of the release of her third book, They and We Will Get Into Trouble for This (titled after David Antin’s collection of the same name), the [...] by

In Her New Book, Anna Moschovakis Translates Algerian Poet Samira Negrouche March 15, 2016: At BOMB today, Anna Moschovakis’s stunning, “often corrupt” translations of a 20-part poem by Algerian poet and translator Samira Negrouche, who lives and works in Algiers. “Flat [...] by

Rick Moody Considers the Poetic Collage & Novelistic Pleasures of Paul Metcalf’s Genoa July 30, 2015: At Paris Review Daily, Rick Moody encounters Paul Metcalf’s innovative novel Genoa, “something that feels completely new.” The book, originally published in 1965 by Jonathan [...] by

Ted Mathys Reads From His Newest Collection, Null Set May 20, 2015: At PBS News Hour, St. Louis-based poet Ted Mathys “contemplates fatherhood in a hotel room” (or at least, this featured poem does!). Mathys’s third book, Null Set (Coffee House [...] by

2015 PEN Literary Award Winners Announced May 13, 2015: The 2015 PEN Literary Awards have been announced! Congratulations go out to Saeed Jones for winning the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award for Poetry ($5,000) for Prelude to Bruise (Coffee House Press)! The [...] by