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NBC News Initiative ‘A to Z’ Spotlights Craig Santos Perez May 2, 2017: This month, NBC Asian America Presents A to Z – The 26 Emerging Voices of 2017, “a celebration of the emerging voices and breakout stars of the Asian American and Pacific Islander [...] by

NBC News Celebrates Craig Santos Perez’s Lannan Foundation Literary Fellowship Win February 22, 2017: Craig Santos Perez has become the first native Pacific Islander to win the Lannan Foundation Literary Fellowship for Poetry, reports none other than NBC News. He joins, notably, fellow awardees Don [...] by

A Baker’s Dozen of Prose from Poetry December 29, 2016: As the door closes on 2016, we find ourselves revisiting the many prose pieces we published this past year. Maybe you missed a one of these the first time around, or maybe you want to return to a [...] by

Lannan Foundation Announces 2016 Literary Awards & Fellows November 15, 2016: The Lannan Foundation has announced its 2016 Fellowships, both in fiction and poetry! Full list of Poetry Fellows is below. Congratulations to everyone! The Lannan Literary Awards and Fellowships [...] by

Searching for Tía Harriet September 30, 2016: Every once in a while I’ll hear a Latinx poet on social media describe getting published in Poetry as a dream come true. Invariably I’ll roll my inner eye. Sure, I get the prestige and the fact [...] by

Reading List: April 2016 April 22, 2016: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the April 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. Jennifer Bartlett The book that I have [...] by

Reading List: January 2016 January 13, 2016: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the January 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. David Baker So many books, new and [...] by

Delusions of Progress December 29, 2014: It is not enough to suppress the adversary if you do not erase her memory and her ability to organize an alternative project… In the face of this strategy, we can understand that the three [...] by

Popular Criticism and the Paralysis of History May 2, 2014: “Hegemony is like a pillow: it absorbs blows and so sooner or later the would-be assailant will find it comfortable to rest upon” Robert Cox, Approaches to World Order After I attended a recent [...] by

Craig Santos Perez Weighs in on Dead Poetry, Rhetoric of Empire January 25, 2013: Craig Santos Perez has put to paper his own thoughts on Richard Blanco as inaugural poet for the Kenyon Review blog, while keeping in mind the reasoning behind choosing Blanco as the eventual man for [...] by