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Boston Globe’s Michael Brodeur ‘On Poetry’ July 27, 2016: If you’re wondering what to read seaside during these glorious weeks of summer, Boston Globe correspondent Michael Andor Brodeur recommends a few new collections to make trips to the beach that [...] by

Reading List: November 2015 November 10, 2015: Kazim Ali I read some books because I am teaching them, others because I might be reviewing them, others are only for my pleasure. At the moment I am re-reading Naomi Shihab Nye’s newest collection [...] by

Beer-Loving Poets Rejoice: L.A. Weekly Presents Sam Wagner’s Newest Collection, the First Book of Beer Poems July 21, 2015: Now it’s not just John Beer, or The Drunk Sonnets, but rather, poems ABOUT beer. As L.A. Weekly reports, a new book by Sam Wagner boasts the first-ever collection of beer poems. From L.A. [...] by

Behold! Robert Lax of Olean March 9, 2015: The Buffalo News’s Anthony Bannon reviews the ‘posthumous emergence’ of Robert Lax’s literary excellence in glorious Wave Books-published form. Robert Lax–fearless, [...] by

Poet David Wojahn on Wave Books, Robert Lax & Lorine Niedecker July 31, 2014: At Numéro Cinq, poet David Wojahn has penned an essay likening Wave Books to the salad days of Grove Press and New Directions, then steers his gratitude toward Lorine Niedecker and Robert Lax, whose [...] by

John Beer on Science & Poetry at NPR July 10, 2013: Our pal John Beer is heard from over at NPR, where interviewer Adam Frank concerned himself with the meaningfulness of difficulty in relation to poetry and science. “Beer is author of the much [...] by

Poets’ Theater open to interpretation December 2, 2010: TimeOut Chicago‘s John Beer talks to Kenning Editions publisher Patrick Durgin about The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater, 1945–1985 released in January and edited by Kevin Killian and [...] by