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Jackie Wang Posts Incredible Hélène Cixous Essay on Marina Tsvetaeva September 2, 2016: Wow: Jackie Wang has uploaded an “absolutely breathtaking” essay by Hélène Cixous on Marina Tsvetaeva called “Poetry, Passion, and History” (chapter 4 in Cixous’s Readings). You [...] by

Excerpt From Jackie Wang’s Say Bye to Reason and Hi to Everything Book Published at Document May 9, 2016: Document has published an excerpt from Jackie Wang’s forthcoming Tiny Spelunker of the Oneiro-Womb, Dream Selections Oct. 7, 2014 – Feb. 4, 2015, which is part and parcel of the Andrew [...] by

Say Bye to Reason and Hi to Everything… April 12, 2016: Poetry news of the capricious kind: Capricious Publishing (Capricious is a magazine and art book publisher based in New York) announces its premiere series of longform chapbooks, selected and edited [...] by

National Poetry Month on Harriet, Brought to You by Dawn Lundy Martin, Daniel Borzutzky, Stephanie Young, & Brandon Shimoda April 1, 2016: This year for National Poetry Month we’ve decided to try something different. Starting on Monday and running through April, the blog will be guest-edited by four past Harriet contributors: Dawn [...] by

To Cure the Sharp Accidents of Disease January 14, 2016: I thought I was telling a joke when I woke up from surgery and said, to the sirens of the ambulance, “Beyonce,” but it came out weirder, like a poem. And if I hadn’t been a poet, none of these [...] by

Little Lamb, Who Made Thee January 7, 2016: The pathology report was terrifying. It said the primary tumor was ugly: highly aggressive triple negative breast cancer, necrotic, reproducing at a rate beyond fast. And my friends, many of them [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Six April 30, 2015: I became the corpse, because—and then, it floats away again. —Alice Notley, In the Pines recall, translucent and disposable, the remaining corpses. —Roberto Tejada, Lost Continent And one day [...] by

Notes for National Corpse Month, Part Three April 14, 2015: Three springs ago, I taught a class on documentary poetics. It met in the library of a literary/arts organization near downtown Tucson, Arizona. At the first meeting I showed Stan Brakhage’s The [...] by

To Avoid Psychic Isolation, Read This Amazing Interview With Jackie Wang November 11, 2014: Jackie Wang is interviewed for Mask Magazine’s “Heretic Issue.” Wang discusses how her new Semiotext(e) book came about, her mentors, how her feminism and activism evolved, her [...] by

AIRPORTS FOR CLASSROOMS April 14, 2014: The music was designed to be continuously looped as a sound installation, with the intent to diffuse the tense, anxious atmosphere of an airport terminal. Maybe what I mean is more simple: music for [...] by