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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

Carrie Lorig’s Expertise Is a Natural One April 26, 2016: The review we’re poring over today: Leora Fridman on Carrie Lorig’s The Pulp vs. the Throne (Artifice Books, 2015) at Jacket2. “Lorig’s is a wide-reaching grasp of a book that [...] by

Anthony Madrid’s Eclectic Golden Treasury March 31, 2016: If you haven’t been keeping up with Anthony Madrid’s guest commentaries at Jacket2 (wherein he posts “more or less exotic items” every Monday and Thursday, and has been since [...] by

César Vallejo’s Selected Writings Reviewed at Jacket2 March 21, 2016: At Jacket2, Patrick James Dunagan looks into César Vallejo’s Selected Writings, edited Joseph Mulligan and published by Wesleyan University Press. Most of the English-speaking world thinks of [...] by