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John Yau Reviews John Koethe’s The Swimmer August 24, 2016: At Hyperallergic, John Yau covers John Koethe’s tenth book of poetry, The Swimmer. It is apparent, Yau writes, that Koethe’s study of philosophy has made him into a “philosopher [...] by

Hyperallergic Puts Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s Painting in Context August 8, 2016: Lawrence Ferlinghetti, the nonagenarian who, as publisher of City Lights and proprietor of City Lights Bookstore, lead American writers and readers out of the perils of censorship, into a tradition [...] by

That Time Apollinaire Was Arrested for Stealing the Mona Lisa July 14, 2016: It’s Bastille Day, mes amis! To observe the day, in addition to featuring Pierre Martory’s “Bastille” as our poem of the day, here’s a little news item from Hyperalleric [...] by

John Yau Reads Tim Dlugos, A Fast Life at Hyperallergic July 11, 2016: Tim Dlugos’s collected poems, A Fast Life, edited by David Trinidad and published by Nightboat Books, first appeared in 2011; this thorough, thoughtful compendium invites readers to return to [...] by

Jon Curley Reviews Anselm Berrigan’s Come in Alone July 11, 2016: In his aptly titled review “A Square Deal,” Jon Curley guides readers through the experience of reading Anselm Berrigan’s newest collection of poems, Come in Alone. The formal [...] by

Hyperallergic Ponders The Story of Emoji July 8, 2016: Emoji-poets, this one’s for you. The Story of Emoji is a new book by writer Gavin Lucas about the visual symbol’s complex history in digital parlance. At Hyperallergic, Claire Voon [...] by

Now Through July 24—Typewrite to Your Heart’s Content in McCarren Park, Brooklyn July 7, 2016: The founders of the infamous Poetry Brothel and the New York City Poetry Festival on Governors Island, Nicholas Adamski and Stephanie Berger, have another trick up their sleeves. [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Reviews Poems of Donald Britton at Hyperallergic July 1, 2016: Just in case you were wondering what to read at the beach this weekend, Hyperallergic brings this review by Barry Schwabsky of In the Empire of the Air: The Poems of Donald Britton. More: In what is [...] by

Art Inspired by Fictional Poetry June 17, 2016: Over the last four years, Rubens Ghenov’s paintings have been inspired by late Spanish poet Angelico Morandá. Unfamiliar with Angelico Morandá’s work? It might come to you as a surprise [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Reads John Wieners’s Supplication at Hyperallergic June 13, 2016: In this weekend’s “Reader’s Diary,” Barry Schwabsky reads a new selection of John Wieners’ poetry edited by Robert Dewhurst, Joshua Beckman, and CAConrad published by [...] by