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A Conversation With the Editors of Four Way Books October 4, 2016: Ever since 1995, when its first books hit shelves, Four Way Books has been a game-changer in the publishing industry. At the Best American Poetry blog, Martha Rhodes, James Fujinami Moore, Ryan [...] by

Lars von Trier, Sophie Calle, Jean Genet–References in Cynthia Cruz’s How the End Begins March 14, 2016: For their series “Typography of,” Blunderbuss Magazine has Cynthia Cruz considering Lars von Trier’s Melancholia, how it inspired and shaped her fourth book of poetry, How the End [...] 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

Reginald Dwayne Betts’s New Collection Reviewed in The New York Times October 14, 2015: Michiko Kakutani reviews poet (and Yale Law student!) Reginald Dwayne Betts’s new book, Bastards of the Reagan Era (Four Way Books 2015), at The New York Times. Betts, who has written much about [...] by

Cynthia Cruz’s Mesmerizing Wunderkammer November 3, 2014: At The Rumpus, Diana Whitney reviews Cynthia Cruz’s third book, Wunderkammer (Four Way Books 2014), which features for its cover a photograph of James Joyce’s daughter, Lucia Joyce, [...] by

Brett Fletcher Lauer Talks to Boston Review About Krishna, Wordsworth, Wittgenstein, Workshops… September 4, 2014: At Boston Review, William Brewer interviews Brett Fletcher Lauer, he of the new collection (and first!) A Hotel in Belgium (Four Way Books, 2014), which “is one of those fabled first books that [...] by

Elisa Gabbert on Farrah Field’s Wolf and Pilot August 7, 2013: At Lemon Hound, Elisa Gabbert points the spotlight at Farrah Field’s newest collection of poems, Wolf and Pilot, published by Four Way Books. Wolf and Pilot is a collection of poems that tells [...] by