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Philip Guston, Painter Among Poets June 22, 2017: Hyperallergic’s Cara Ober visits the latest Philip Guston exhibition, at the Gallerie dell’Accademia in Venice, which positions the great painter alongside poets who inspired his work. Ober [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Looks at Robert Walser June 13, 2017: Don’t let the title deceive you! Although one of the newer collections of Robert Walser’s writings is called Looking at Pictures, it’s really more about “how to not to write [...] by

Douglas Messerli Reviews Concrete Poetry June 7, 2017: A new show at the Getty, curated by Nancy Perloff, explores the Los Angeles research institute’s vast collection of concrete poetry, focusing on the “purists of the movement,” [...] by

Blaise Cendrars, ‘Poet for the Twenty-First Century’ June 6, 2017: Hyperallergic posts another valentine to a heavyweight of Modernism, the poet Blaise Cendrars. Yannis Livadas writes, “If Rimbaud was the true founder and pillar of the spirit of the new [...] by

2018 Federal Budget Seeks to Eliminate Everything That Makes America Great May 24, 2017: It’s been posted elsewhere but we’ll pick up with Hyperallergic’s coverage of the proposed 2018 budget, which, yes, seeks to eliminate the National Endowments for the Arts and [...] by

Richard Kostelanetz Discusses E.E. Cummings’s Groundbreaking Art Book at Hyperallergic May 16, 2017: In a rare post at Hyperallergic, Richard Kostelanetz reminds the publication’s readers about an art book by E.E. Cummings called CIOPW. The book, published in 1931, contains 99 “examples [...] by

John Yau on ‘Staying Up’ With Buffam’s A Pillow Book May 15, 2017: This weekend’s edition of Hyperallergic features John Yau’s review of Suzanne Buffam’s A Pillow Book, published by Canarium just last year. Yau describes Buffam’s latest [...] by

Emily Dickinson, Social Butterfly? May 11, 2017: Maybe not quite, but the popular image we learned in high school of the reclusive woman in white is giving way to a more socially engaged Emily Dickinson, as Daniel Larkin argues today at [...] by

John Yau Reviews Ron Padgett’s Motor Maids Across the Continent May 10, 2017: Poet and critic John Yau groups Ron Padgett, William Carlos Williams, and Robert Smithson together, highlighting their shared love for “the American vernacular,” in his latest review [...] by

In Memory of Reading David Shapiro’s In Memory of an Angel May 9, 2017: Jon Curley extolls the virtues of David Shapiro’s latest collection, In Memory of an Angel, at Hyperallergic. The collection, which City Lights published this year, “is his first [...] by