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A Place of Sympathetic Imagination: Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly March 21, 2017: Alan Felsenthal’s debut poetry collection, Lowly (Ugly Duckling Presse), has received a thoughtful review from John Yau in Hyperallergic. Yau acknowledges Felsenthal’s largesse in the [...] by

Philippe Soupault’s Lost Profiles Reviewed at Hyperallergic March 9, 2017: We have Philippe Soupault, City Lights, and Joseph Nechvatal at Hyperallergic to thank for setting the record straight on Surrealism as it rose to prominence as a leading movement of the Parisian [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Casts a Keen Eye on Marjorie Welish’s So What So That March 8, 2017: In his Diary, Barry Schwabsky guides Hyperallergic readers into new work by American poet Marjorie Welish. Taking a queue from the American jazz artist Thelonious Monk, Welish’s new collection [...] by

Writers Plan to Resist Trump at AWP & Writers Plan to Resist AWP January 31, 2017: The 2017 Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference & Bookfair (aka AWP) takes place next weekend in D.C., but accompanying it this year are a couple of simultaneous [...] by

Cunt Norton Devoured at Hyperallergic January 31, 2017: Barry Schwabsky discovers Dodie Bellamy’s Cunt Norton (Les Figues Press, 2013) at Hyperallergic’s Weekend Reads. Bellamy, the subject of a 2013 Harriet interview with Sara Wintz, wrote [...] by

Hyperallergic Reads the Russian Futurists January 30, 2017: The Getty Research Institute has launched a new website that invites users to surf through four Russian futurist art books and encounter ten zaum poems by Russian futurist poets and painters. In [...] by

A Look at Jean Genet’s 1970 May Day Speech January 23, 2017: Today we’ll get things rolling with a healthy and helpful perspective from one of our favorite writers, the poet, novelist, and playwright Jean Genet—always words to fortify! At [...] by

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