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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

Cynthia Cruz on Hanne Darboven’s Handwritten Prayers May 18, 2016: At Hyperallergic, Cynthia Cruz explores German artist Hanne Darboven’s handwritten, prayer-like work. Although rooted in visual art, Darboven “considered herself, first and foremost, a [...] by

John Yau Reviews Gail Mazur’s New Poetry at Hyperallergic May 9, 2016: John Yau knew Gail and Michael Mazur while still an undergraduate at Bard College. When Michael Mazur died from congestive heart failure, Gail Mazur composed Forbidden City, and at Hyperallergic, Yau [...] by

Hyperallergic Discovers Zach Gage’s Google Verse Glaciers May 4, 2016: Now on view at Postmasters Gallery, Tribeca: the first solo show by Zach Gage. Gage is an artist who has been making digital poems out of Google’s autocomplete phrases. According to [...] by