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National Book Award Shortlist Announced! October 10, 2016: Last week the shortlist for the National Book Awards was announced (original longlist here). The four finalists in Poetry: Daniel Borzutzky’s The Performance of Becoming Human (Brooklyn Arts [...] by

National Book Awards Longlist for Poetry Announced September 13, 2016: Today, the New Yorker takes a look at the longlist in the poetry category for the National Book Awards. The list is a mix of established poets and emerging poets, with Donika Kelly and Solmaz [...] by

Proximate Shadowing: Translation as Radical Transparency and Excess April 30, 2016: Ask Jen Hofer what she’s working on and the answer will be something like: I’m translating four books, writing a few of my own, teaching, interpreting for Spanish-speakers in the Los Angeles [...] by

Darkness—Translation—Migration April 6, 2016: Don Mee Choi, Lucas de Lima, Jen Hofer, John Keene and Cecilia Vicuña. These are the writers I invited to participate, to write essays, to write their lives and dreams and ideas and poems and [...] by

National Poetry Month on Harriet, Brought to You by Dawn Lundy Martin, Daniel Borzutzky, Stephanie Young, & Brandon Shimoda April 1, 2016: This year for National Poetry Month we’ve decided to try something different. Starting on Monday and running through April, the blog will be guest-edited by four past Harriet contributors: Dawn [...] by

Special Issue of Evening Will Come Focuses on 70th Anniversary of Hiroshima & Nagasaki Bombings August 6, 2015: A crucial new issue of Evening Will Come is out, compiled and edited by Brandon Shimoda in remembrance of the 70th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August 6 and 9). Shimoda writes in his own [...] by

Rhetorics as Raw Material: On the Complex Work of Daniel Borzutzky June 29, 2015: At Jacket2, Kristin Dykstra writes about both the translation and creative work of Daniel Borzutzky, and how the two modes interrelate as she reads across his oeuvre, focusing on Borzutzky’s 2015 [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Six April 30, 2015: I became the corpse, because—and then, it floats away again. —Alice Notley, In the Pines recall, translucent and disposable, the remaining corpses. —Roberto Tejada, Lost Continent And one day [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part One April 2, 2015: I’ve been in love with a corpse. —Etel Adnan, The Arab Apocalypse When I grow up I want to be an old woman. That’s the first thing I thought. I was told: to be an angel, you must be without [...] by

Daniel Borzutzky Shines Out of Darkness Into Video November 14, 2014: At Chicago’s WTTW culture blog, Chicago Tonight, poet, Duras fan, and translator Daniel Borzutzky reads his own work! For a videocamera! For us! Culture reporter Dan Andries writes in advance [...] by