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Krystal Languell Reviews Alice Notley’s Benediction at Hyperallergic October 3, 2016: Of Benediction, (Letter Machine Editions, 2015) Languell writes “Notley pestles grammatical conventions into dust, refusing common notions of order.” Can you handle it? More: Alice Notley [...] by

An Emotional Reference Point: Etel Adnan’s Survey Show at Serpentine September 12, 2016: “Her paintings evoke sheer joy, their style unpretentious, not naive but innocent, at odds with her poetry and writings that bear witness to the violence of the world,” writes Maria [...] by

John Yau Reads Brandon Som’s The Tribute Horse August 30, 2016: In his marvelously titled review, “Foreign Sounds or Sounds Foreign,” John Yau reflects on sound and the experience of language, and their impact on poet Brandon Som’s work. The [...] by

‘A Self Resistant to Categories’: Hyperallergic Reviews Elaine Kahn’s Women in Public August 30, 2016: In this close reading of Elaine Kahn’s debut collection, Jeffrey Grunthaner writes that “the body has a paradoxical value in Women in Public. On the one hand, it’s a commons that exists [...] by

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