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Boyer, Kapil, and Spahr Are Raising the Bar, Says Maureen McLane in Noteworthy Essay June 8, 2016: At the Los Angeles Review of Books, Maureen N. McLane does us all a favor and connects the work Bhanu Kapil, Juliana Spahr, and Anne Boyer. McLane invokes, favorably, Dorothea Lasky’s Poetry Is [...] by

Tender Journal Issue 7 Deeply Impresses February 25, 2016: Q: Where can you find an epistolary interview with Juliana Spahr, led by Sandeep Parmar, covering the intricacies of U.S. and U.K. poetry, race in British arts and culture, [...] 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

I Have Taken a Farm at This Hard Rent January 11, 2016: “Chemotherapy is boring,” I’d warn people, and “cancer is terrifying but mostly banal,” and it was true, but by the time Juliana Spahr came to visit, I’d discovered cheap blonde wigs—my [...] by

What Undiscovered Countries Are Then Disclosed January 4, 2016: The nurses wouldn’t treat the pain. I had no one to drive me home, and it hurt—wickedly—the needle, the insertion of the titanium tumor markers, the size of tumor they were announcing. A few [...] by

An Interview With Juliana Spahr About That Winter the Wolf Came December 14, 2015: It’s just a Juliana Spahr type of day. At Entropy, an interview with the poet about her newest book, That Winter the Wolf Came (Commune Editions, 2015), “written for this era of global [...] by

At N+1: The Comings & Goings of U.S. State Department Poets December 14, 2015: In N+1′s current issue (online only), Juliana Spahr and C.O. Grossman collaborate on “The Lives of the Most Eminent State Department Poets.” “[C]omposed of language we found in the [...] by

New to the Archive October 28, 2015: The Poetry Foundation’s online archive of poetry is ever expanding. Here’s a look at some recent additions you may have missed over the last few months: Orlando White, who will be joining us as [...] by

Juliana Spahr & Stephanie Young Problematize the ‘Mainly White Room’ of the Literary Community September 21, 2015: We’d be remiss to think we could easily summarize “The Program Era and the Mainly White Room,” by Juliana Spahr and Stephanie Young, published this weekend at the Los Angeles Review [...] by

Juliana Spahr’s That Winter the Wolf Came Featured at The New York Times Sunday Book Review August 28, 2015: The New York Times’s Stephen Burt reviews Juliana Spahr’s newest collection That Winter the Wolf Came, published by Commune Editions. Burt, poet and Professor of English at Harvard [...] by