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Sina Queyras on Lisa Robertson’s 3 Summers February 3, 2017: In Sina Queyras’s words, Lisa Robertson dares to think differently across all of her conceptual frameworks and in particular, this latest excursion, 3 Summers, published by Coach House Press [...] by

‘Everything will be a hormone’: Klara du Plessis Reviews Lisa Robertson’s 3 Summers January 11, 2017: Klara du Plessis reviews Lisa Robertson’s latest book, 3 Summers (Coach House), for The Rusty Toque. Recalling Robertson’s note to Charles Bernstein that 3 Summers is less a “book [...] by

How We Move Through Time: Lisa Robertson’s 3 Summers November 2, 2016: Lisa Robertson’s new book, 3 Summers (Coach House Books, 2016) is reviewed by rob mclennan, who notes that “[t]his is not the first time Robertson has explored the Roman poet and [...] by

Publishers Weekly Announces Fall 2016 Poetry Titles June 23, 2016: Publishers Weekly announces our autumn reading list, with plenty of poetry titles to look forward to. Among them are new books from Anne Carson, Lisa Robertson, Monica Youn, Peter Gizzi, Safiyah [...] by

Holly Pester Reviews Revolution: A Reader June 13, 2016: This was one of our favorite finds this weekend. Poet and sound artist Holly Pester looked at the compendium Revolution: A Reader, compiled and annotated by Lisa Robertson and Matthew Stadler for [...] by

Tripwire 9 Includes Interview With Lisa Robertson About Writing The Weather June 6, 2016: We are happily chained to Tripwire 9: TRANSNATIONAL / TRANSLATIONAL, which contains, among much else, work and translation from the likes of Don Mee Choi, Harry Gilonis & Ch’iu Chin, Mette [...] by

Reading Wordsworth Into the Work of Lisa Robertson May 12, 2016: The Critical Flame: A Journal of Literature and Culture has our attention today with this swerving and generous essay by Zacharia Wells on Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present (Coach House, [...] by

What Do Lisa Robertson & Grimes Have in Common? February 2, 2016: The Conversant’s newest reason for reading (and listening to) The Conversant: a new series called Pop & Poetics. In its first installation, we have Temple University grads Christy [...] by

It’s Really Here: Aerial Magazine Devotes Entire Issue to Lyn Hejinian November 9, 2015: “It was a message of happiness by which we were called into the room, / as if to receive a birthday present given early”: Quite. Yes, the highly, highly anticipated, long-, long-awaited [...] by

Stephanie Gray Reads Lisa Robertson’s Cinema of the Present October 9, 2015: At Jacket 2, Stephanie Gray introduces readers to Lisa Robertson’s most “present” book: Cinema of the Present. Gray writes: “To “read” (or view?) this book is not unlike [...] by