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Cole Swensen on Her Series of Walks May 10, 2016: Cole Swensen spoke to The Rumpus about walking and her recent travels: “My focus is on the rhythmic relationship between body and ground and the visual relationships among the elements of the [...] by

Landscapes on a Train Reviewed at Publishers Weekly October 26, 2015: Cole Swensen’s newest, Landscapes on a Train (Nightboat Books, 2015), is reviewed at Publishers Weekly! “The title is quite literal: each of the book’s 57 poems depict, in just a [...] by

Daily Cal’s Lindsay Choi Reviews Cole Swensen’s Landscapes on a Train October 19, 2015: Choi writes that Swensen’s newest collection is like a visual series, a stop-motion animation: “in which the movement of the poems’ language from page to page engages each distinct line [...] by

Call and Response: The Gifts of Women Poets (Part 2) August 26, 2015: [Editor’s Note: Part 1 of “Call and Response: The Gifts of Women Poets” can be found here.] On Carolyn Kizer Carolyn Kizer was my poetry mentor, great friend and goddess. Here is an [...] by

Cole Swensen Finds a Way to Robert Walser October 9, 2014: Over at Pen America, an excerpt of Cole Swensen’s On Walking On, which “takes [Robert] Walser’s novel, The Walk, and the person himself, Swiss born writer Robert Walser (b. 1878-1956), [...] by

Lisa Robertson & Cole Swensen Interview at The Capilano Review May 29, 2014: Attention, non-periled: You might lone brighten over this conversation on audio between Lisa Robertson and Cole Swensen. At The Capilano Review, where there is much good other reading and listening [...] by

natural death, co-elaboration, & the change is the change May 3, 2014: …the task of creating these spaces is necessarily the responsibility of those readers who insist that the text remain open, as a form of resistance… natural death I wrote the above in [...] by

Aufgabe 1-6 Goes Digital! September 30, 2013: Announcing Aufgabe DIGITAL! This is fateless news for those of us fascinated by poetry in translation, contemporary poetry in English (hey!), and thoroughly engaged critical writing, too, we must [...] by

‘There is an abyss’: Emmanuel Hocquard’s The Invention of Glass September 5, 2013: At Constant Critic, Karla Kelsey reviews Emmanual Hocquard’s The Invention of Glass (translated by Cole Swensen and Rod Smith, Canarium Books 2012). Kelsey is as direct as Hocquard, it seems: [...] by

Endi Bogue Hartigan Wins Omnidawn 2012 Open Poetry Book Prize! May 22, 2013: Omnidawn announced the winner of the 2012 Open Poetry Book Prize this week: Endi Bogue Hartigan, for her manuscript pool [5 choruses]. Hartigan hails from Portland, Oregon where she works for the [...] by