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Brigid McLeer’s The Triumph of Crowds Wins 2016 Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights October 17, 2016: This just in: Brigid McLeer is the recipient of the third annual Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights. In memory of Leslie Scalapino and her “commitment to the community of [...] by

A Look From Litmus: Tom Raworth’s Expansive Tottering State February 18, 2016: At Litmus Press’s Tumblr, a short post about Tom Raworth’s “expansive geography,” with a revisit of the excellent book Tottering State (O Books, 2000). “One of the first [...] by

A Review of The Relationship’s Production of Khadijah Queen’s Non-Sequitur December 18, 2015: Nina Puro reviewed Khadijah Queen’s new play Non-Sequitur–winner of the 2014 Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Performance Writers (as we mentioned!)–for Weird Sister. The [...] by

MISCREANTS & MISCREATIVE WRITING: On Hugo García Manríquez’s Anti-Humboldt April 28, 2014: Considering Two Vandals of History: Hugo García Manríquez (2014) and “Thompson of Sunderland” (c. 1850)   The “miscreant” is someone who breaks the law or, etymologically, is a [...] by

Aufgabe 1-6 Goes Digital! September 30, 2013: Announcing Aufgabe DIGITAL! This is fateless news for those of us fascinated by poetry in translation, contemporary poetry in English (hey!), and thoroughly engaged critical writing, too, we must [...] by

Joyelle McSweeney Wins Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights September 19, 2013: You heard it here: The winner of the inaugural Leslie Scalapino Award for Innovative Women Playwrights is Joyelle McSweeney! McSweeney’s winning script, Dead Youth, or, The Leaks, will be [...] by

Open Call for Work on Leslie Scalapino March 27, 2013: Litmus Press has announced an invitation to submit finished works on Leslie Scalapino for a Jacket2 feature. More: OPEN CALL An upcoming special issue of Jacket2 will be dedicated to the work of poet [...] by

The teachings of Akilah Oliver remembered March 2, 2011: When Akilah Oliver passed away last week, memories and tributes to her work and giving spirit as a teacher spread out across the communities she touched, from Coffee House Press to Naropa University [...] by

Neighbo(u)r Addendum March 2, 2010: “The emotions are engaged Entering the city As entering any city. We are not coeval With a locality But we imagine others are, We encounter them.” –from George Oppen’s “Of Being [...] by