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From Projective Verse to Tape Hiss November 15, 2016: You’ll want to queue up some William Basinski for this one. At Jacket2 John Melillo considers the medium of tape as it figures in archival recordings, particularly those of Charles Olson. [...] by

A Look at Lyn Hejinian’s The Unfollowing November 9, 2016: Up this week at Jacket2, Tim Wood takes a look into Lyn Hejinian’s latest book, The Unfollowing (Omnidawn, 2016). Where Hejinian and publisher Rusty Morrison push against reading the 14 line [...] by

Robert Grenier Reads From His Notebook in This Video Portrait October 31, 2016: It’s a quick one, but don’t miss it. Charles Bernstein caught Robert Grenier reading from his notebook in this delicate, charming video portrait, posted at Jacket2. Happy Monday all. by

Taking Stock of Peter Gizzi as Lyric Poet: Chris Hosea Reviews In Defense of Nothing: Selected Poems, 1987–2011 October 12, 2016: Today, an earlier one from this year that was promoted to the front page of Jacket2: Chris Hosea reviews Peter Gizzi’s In Defense of Nothing: Selected Poems, 1987–2011 (Wesleyan). “One [...] by

This Must Be the Place: Robbie Wood on Oceania, Aboriginal Poetry, & More at Jacket2 September 13, 2016: In his Jacket2 article “From Oceania with Love, Robbie Wood considers Australian Aboriginal poetry within modernism and postmodernism’s frameworks: Although we can debate the [...] by

Christine Wertheim on ‘Literary Madmen’ & Raymond Roussel August 1, 2016: At Jacket2 Christine Wertheim introduces readers to the writings and artifacts of legendary “literary madman” Raymond Roussel. In the third installment of her column, “Fous [...] by

National Geographic on the Mimeo Revolution July 7, 2016: National Geographic has an article on the Mimeograph Revolution, in which Greta Weber quotes poet Jerome Rothenberg (who wrote the preface to the indispensable A Secret Location on the Lower East [...] by

Natalia Cecire on Poetry and (Gendered) Work June 24, 2016: Worth checking out at Jacket2 is Natalia Cecire’s newest commentary, “Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers.” Cecire, a lecturer in English and American Studies at the [...] by

George Quasha’s ‘Preverb’ & Its ‘Furthering’ Path of Thinking May 18, 2016: Compelled by George Quasha’s “preverb” books, Thomas Fink writes at Jacket2 that this “development of this new poetic mode … shaped the organization of his work over a [...] by

Jacket2 Publishes George Oppen’s Last Interview, with Paul Auster May 6, 2016: For this interview, Paul Auster hopped on a flight to San Francisco, where he recorded this conversation with Mary and George Oppen while seated at their kitchen table, in their house on Polk St. [...] by