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Wondrously Disruptive Conclusions to AWP 2017 February 14, 2017: Publishers Weekly’s Claire Kirch went to the Candlelight Vigil for Freedom of Expression, held in Lafayette Park, across from the White House, on the final day of AWP. The vigil, organized by [...] by

‘Everything, for me, is translation’: An Interview With John High March 15, 2016: John High—poet and prose stylist—writes because he feels driven to do so. American and foreign landscapes and voices populate his poems. A contemporary visionary, it is hard to forget any poem of [...] 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

Speaking of Marvels: It’s Matvei Yankelevich (and Daniil Kharms) November 20, 2015: At Speaking of Marvels, which features interviews with the authors of chapbooks, novellas, and more, Matvei Yankelevich answers questions about his translations of writing by Daniil Kharms, The Blue [...] by

NEA Translation Fellowships Announced! August 4, 2015: The National Endowment for the Arts has announced its 2016 Literary Translation Fellowships, providing $275,000 “in recommended grants to 20 translators to support the new translation of [...] by

Poets & Translators Tribute Tomaž Šalamun at Artforum March 4, 2015: Artist and friend Abraham Adams leads a tribute to Tomaž Šalamun (1941–2014) for Artforum. Chosen ones include Matvei Yankelevich, Ariana Reines, Purdey Lord Kreiden and Michael Thomas Taren, and [...] by

Poetry, Northern/Southern Border, Part I May 7, 2014: In which I talk about three newly minted 2014 poetry series that take place along the border between Canada and the U.S.A. Dispatch from Detroit On Friday May 2nd Dale Smith and I rode in a white [...] by

natural death, co-elaboration, & the change is the change May 3, 2014: …the task of creating these spaces is necessarily the responsibility of those readers who insist that the text remain open, as a form of resistance… natural death I wrote the above in [...] by

See You in the Emergency Room, Part Two May 1, 2014: Continued from Part 1. Hobbling through Tompkins Square Park on a fine summer afternoon, I was lucky enough to cross paths with Karen Weiser. My crutches kicked off a conversation about the months [...] by

The Winter of Our Disco Tent April 18, 2014: “…the terrible and noteworthy irony…”—H.H. Bancroft. New York City during the war years was, unless you were eating sushi with the Simics, a dark and horrible place. It was as if [...] by