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Jennifer Scappettone Pierces the Corporate Veil at Jacket2 December 19, 2016: In tandem with her 2016 Atelos book The Republic of Exit 43: Outtakes and Scores from an Archaeology and Pop-Up Opera of the Corporate Dump, Jennifer Scappettone pauses to discuss the language which [...] by

If the Sky Darkens: Mental Illness, Poetic Difficulty, & Amelia Rosselli’s War Variations November 7, 2016: I first encountered the work of Amelia Rosselli (1930-1996) in 2006. I had been a loyal customer of Green Integer Editions, which publishes pocket-sized books by a range of international poets. I [...] by

Nursing Futurism May 31, 2016: Siren Aria (a fragment) …It’s still conductive, pornographic. The plumbing a listening hose for        strangers rooting around  In the house’s howls: I [...] by

Aeolian Harping: Materiality of Poetry in the Age of Digital Reproduction & Ecoprecarity (Part 1) May 26, 2016: …And what if all of animated nature Be but organic Harps diversely framed, That tremble into thought, as o’er them sweeps Plastic and vast, one intellectual breeze, At once the Soul of each, and [...] by

Aborted Nurses: A Geopoetics, for Mother’s Day (and the formula babies) May 10, 2016: There are two human figures amidst the mayhem in Cathy Wilkes’s I Give You All My Money, a centrifugal 2008 installation reconstructed for various locations over time, which I lived with, or rather [...] by

New Issue of Asymptote Features Brossard, Bergvall, Wolf et Plus January 18, 2016: Holy fumi. The new issue of Asymptote is out, and features Montreal poet and translator Bronwyn Haslam’s special anagrammatic translations of Nicole Brossard’s “Soft Link 1, 2, and [...] by

Favorite Poems Shared at the New York Times December 23, 2015: It’s a “favorites” time of year, and at the New York Times some of your favorite authors and cultural figures share their favorite poems. If you’ve ever wondered what poem is [...] by

Boston Review Starts a Forum in Response to Daniel Tiffany’s ‘Cheap Signaling’ September 17, 2014: Now the doughnuts are in their own image! Boston Review editor B.K. Fischer has created a forum of responses devoted to Daniel Tiffany’s essay on class consciousness as structured, read, and [...] by

natural death, co-elaboration, & the change is the change May 3, 2014: …the task of creating these spaces is necessarily the responsibility of those readers who insist that the text remain open, as a form of resistance… natural death I wrote the above in [...] by

Barry Schwabsky Reviews Amelia Rosselli’s Locomotrix, Translated by Jennifer Scappettone November 5, 2012: Barry Schwabsky writes for Hyperallergic about the new translation of Italian poet Amelia Rosselli’s work, Locomotrix (University of Chicago Press), brought to English by Jennifer Scappettone. [...] by