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John Yau on John Ashbery’s Recent Collages January 9, 2017: At Hyperallergic, John Yau guides readers through poet John Ashbery’s recent collages, on view until January 28th at Tibor de Nagy Gallery. Yau writes, “Made in the past couple of years, [...] by

Baudelaire Was a Dandy January 5, 2017: L’oeil de Baudelaire, “Baudelaire’s Eye,” a new exhibition at Musée de la Vie Romantique in Paris, bolsters Charles Baudelaire’s reputation as a sophisticated polymath. [...] by

The Mari Lwyd Dialogue: Welsh Rhyme Battles to Haunt Your Yuletide December 20, 2016: In fun poetry news, Hyperallergic’s Allison Meier tells the tale of a folktale: the Welsh tradition/Pagan ritual of the Mari Lwyd, “a mid-winter custom wherein the skull of a horse, [...] by

‘Like Stepping Into a Spectral Forest of the Dead’: On Yeats’s Noh Reincarnation at Japan Society December 14, 2016: Cross-cultural narratives abound in Simon Starling’s At Twilight (After W. B. Yeats’ Noh Reincarnation) at Japan Society. An investigation into the Irish poet’s foray into [Japanese] [...] by

Brandon Brown Interviewed at Hyperallergic December 13, 2016: Hyperallergic hosts a conversation between poet, translator, art writer Brandon Brown and Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle. Stemming from Brown’s most recent collection The Good Life, their [...] by

Hyperallergic Remembers Brazilian Poet and Art Critic Ferreira Gullar December 8, 2016: Brazilian poet and art critic Ferreira Gullar died of pneumonia over the weekend at the age of 86. “In art,” Elisa Wouk Almino writes “Gullar is perhaps best known for penning the [...] by

Becca Klaver’s Empire Wasted Captures a Particular Sense of the Time December 6, 2016: “Divided into five sections that could function as stand alone chapbooks, Empire Wasted opens with a nod to Andy Warhol,” writes Gina Myers about Becca Klaver’s second collection, [...] by

In Talk Honoring Julie Ault, Cathy Park Hong Calls for Normalizing Culture of Refusal December 2, 2016: Cathy Park Hong recently spoke at Triple Canopy’s benefit honoring artist Julie Ault, where she used Ault and the political art collective Group Material as models for thinking through artistic [...] by

Barry Schwabsky’s Reader’s Diary: Pierre Reverdy & ‘The Song of the Dead’ November 22, 2016: Although Pierre Reverdy is “the favorite French poet among American poets,” as Barry Schwabsky attests, Reverdy’s writing has emerged in English somewhat piecemeal. (Save for the [...] by

Douglas Messerli Remembers David Antin November 21, 2016: At Hyperallergic, Douglas Messerli writes about his long-time friend and intellectual compatriot David Antin, whose death in October we noted here. Shortly after Antin’s passing, Messerli was [...] by