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A Certain Poetic History: Peter Gizzi’s Archeophonics January 20, 2017: Peter Gizzi’s Archeophonics (Wesleyan, 2016) is reviewed by Martha Ronk at Constant Critic this month. “The book directly raises questions of how one is to go about the writing of poetry [...] by

Where the Poet Becomes a Seeker: Matvei Yankelevich’s Some Worlds for Dr. Vogt March 1, 2016: Martha Ronk reviews Matvei Yankelevich’s newest book of poems, Some Worlds for Dr. Vogt (just released by Black Square Editions, with a gorgeous cover by photographer Hannah Whitaker). At [...] by

&Now Day One (my only day) April 14, 2015: [I’m writing about Day 1 of the &Now conference (my only day) on Delta Flight 1151 SF to Minneapolis on the way to AWP, so let’s not get our writers conference wires crossed here.] I wake up [...] by

On Ornamentation April 23, 2013: At any time, in any corner, in my house, you can find a menagerie my daughter has set up: a congregation of fairies, Playmobil people, stuffed animals, thingies. Her scooter is decorated with [...] by

Reviews of 6×6, Issue #26, Are in for a Party October 17, 2012: A journal review is a rare and gemlike occurrence. Did you know an occurrence could be gemlike? So it’s keepers for 6×6 #26 over at NewPages and rob mclennan’s blog (they both wrote [...] by