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I’m Trying to Wreck Your Mind, That’s All January 16, 2017: A few people have recently suggested that I write about my poetic evolution. In a poetry community it’s funny how a few can feel like a horde, a clamoring.  “A few people read my book and said [...] by

T Magazine Explores Maggie Nelson’s ‘Desert Island’ Reading List October 11, 2016: In addition to Paul Celan (translated by Pierre Joris) and The Selected Poems of T’ao Ch’ien, Maggie Nelson’s must-have list includes Lorine Niedecker’s Collected Works. Dig in: [...] by

Studying Lorine Niedecker’s Ecopoetics May 13, 2015: Edge Effects contributor, Steel Wagstaff, explains the origins of the term “ecopoetics” and brings Lorine Niedecker’s ecological writing practice into focus. From Edge Effects: [...] by

Associations Two April 30, 2015: 3. Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works—Lorine Niedecker, edited by Jenny Penberthy (University of California Press). I remember Penberthy giving a lecture for The Poetry Center @ SFSU years and years [...] by

Poet David Wojahn on Wave Books, Robert Lax & Lorine Niedecker July 31, 2014: At Numéro Cinq, poet David Wojahn has penned an essay likening Wave Books to the salad days of Grove Press and New Directions, then steers his gratitude toward Lorine Niedecker and Robert Lax, whose [...] by

Laura Sims Reviews Lorine Niedecker’s Lake Superior July 24, 2013: Seems like one our favorite objectivists has been on the minds of poets a plenty! Laura Sims reviews Lorine Niedecker’s Lake Superior (Wave Books 2013) for Coldfront! She gives it a million [...] by

Lorine Niedecker & The Very Variants June 27, 2013: Jenny Penberthy, editor of Lorine Niedecker’s Collected Works (published by UC Press) posted a note this week to Jacket 2— and– if you consult your Niedecker Collected often– [...] by

Lorine Niedecker Wisconsin Poetry Festival Details Revealed October 18, 2012: Head here for The 2012 Lorine Niedecker WI Poetry Festival details. The Festival runs November 2-4. PDF schedule of events, plus more, available here. by

Lorine Niedecker’s Homemade Poems Now Available at Longhouse June 25, 2012: We recently got our hands on this insanely lovely publication from Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative; and it’s just been made available at A LONGHOUSE BIRDHOUSE (blog for [...] by

Eleni Sikelianos on Translating Lorine Niedecker into French + Slime Molds! March 23, 2012: Eleni Sikelianos discusses—for The Capilano Review blog—her translating of Lorine Niedecker’s forthcoming selected poems into French. Starting with the simple “sublime / slime- / [...] by