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A Lifetime of Experience: Keith Waldrop’s Selected Poems June 29, 2016: At Drunken Boat, Daniel E. Pritchard reviews Keith Waldrop’s Selected Poems (Omnidawn, 2016), a collection that Susan Howe called “a quiet splendor.” “Waldrop’s exceptional [...] by

Ben Lerner on the Haunting, Quiet Keith Waldrop April 1, 2016: Ben Lerner writes about “A Major Poet of Quiet” for Paris Review Daily. Who Might That Be? It’s Keith Waldrop! “His accomplishment is difficult to describe because his work [...] by

At OmniVerse: Keith Waldrop’s Collage Work September 15, 2015: At OmniVerse, “A Matter of Collage,” by Keith Waldrop, originally printed in Several Gravities (Siglio Press, 2009). The piece is luminous for those interested in collage as composition. [...] by

A Look into In Clipping Signal May 29, 2014: A few weeks ago the Harriet staff took a field trip to check out Spudnik Press’s latest exhibition, In Clipping Signal, at The Annex. We were so delighted by the work, the curation, and [...] by

Ben Lerner on Keith Waldrop’s Reissued Memoir February 26, 2013: In “Keith Waldrop’s Haunted Realism,” at The New Yorker, Ben Lerner writes of the poet and translator’s memoir (Light While There Is Light, just reissued by Dalkey Archive) [...] by

A Closer Look at Fence’s Summer 2012 Issue November 12, 2012: It’s not often we see journal reviews. But hey! Just in time for their Theatrical Evening with Denis Johnson is a looksee at Fence’s summer issue, over at The Review Review. Writer Steve [...] by