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John Yau Reads Brandon Som’s The Tribute Horse August 30, 2016: In his marvelously titled review, “Foreign Sounds or Sounds Foreign,” John Yau reflects on sound and the experience of language, and their impact on poet Brandon Som’s work. The [...] by

John Yau Reviews John Koethe’s The Swimmer August 24, 2016: At Hyperallergic, John Yau covers John Koethe’s tenth book of poetry, The Swimmer. It is apparent, Yau writes, that Koethe’s study of philosophy has made him into a “philosopher [...] by

John Yau Reads Tim Dlugos, A Fast Life at Hyperallergic July 11, 2016: Tim Dlugos’s collected poems, A Fast Life, edited by David Trinidad and published by Nightboat Books, first appeared in 2011; this thorough, thoughtful compendium invites readers to return to [...] by

John Yau Reviews Gail Mazur’s New Poetry at Hyperallergic May 9, 2016: John Yau knew Gail and Michael Mazur while still an undergraduate at Bard College. When Michael Mazur died from congestive heart failure, Gail Mazur composed Forbidden City, and at Hyperallergic, Yau [...] by

‘So Much Depends…’: John Yau Reviews Painter Lois Dodd’s New Show at Alexandre Gallery March 15, 2016: In a recent Hyperallergic review, poet and art critic John Yau guides readers through painter Lois Dodd’s new show at Alexandre Gallery by way of William Carlos Williams’s poetry. [...] by

Reading List: February 2016 February 22, 2016: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry magazine’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the February 2016 issue share some books that held their interest. Rachel Allen I have been reading [...] by

A Visit with John Yau December 3, 2015: Take Down the Clouds spends a moment with John Yau to learn about his current interests, projects, speaking engagements, and more. For example: 1. Where are you now? I am sitting at my desk in my [...] by

It’s True: We <3 Bruce Conner May 27, 2015: As most poets do, as John Yau writes in his recent article at Hyperallergic. Conner, a postwar American artist who worked in nearly every medium throughout his career, is known for incorporating [...] by

‘He hasn’t branded himself’: John Yau on Anselm Berrigan’s Pregrets January 6, 2015: John Yau writes about Anselm Berrigan for Hyperallergic! Importantly, this piece highlights Berrigan’s most recent book, Pregrets, published late in 2014 by Sydney-based Vagabond Press. Yau [...] by

Delusions of Progress December 29, 2014: It is not enough to suppress the adversary if you do not erase her memory and her ability to organize an alternative project… In the face of this strategy, we can understand that the three [...] by