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Specters of Reason in Etel Adnan’s Night October 17, 2016: At Hyperallergic, Matt Turner sheds some light on Etel Adnan’s latest collection of poetry, Night (Nightboat Books 2016). Turner finds Night to be “in equal measure a series of [...] by

Amy De’Ath’s Essay on the Visceral ‘L(a)ying Down’ of Bhanu Kapil’s Ban en Banlieue September 28, 2016: At Mute Magazine, poet and critic Amy De’Ath explores at length the aesthetics and complications of laying and lying (down) in Bhanu Kapil’s Ban en Banlieue (Nightboat, 2015). Ban’s [...] by

Ariel Goldberg on the Reappearing Question of Labeling Art ‘Queer’ September 20, 2016: “Simplicity Craving” by writer and photographer Ariel Goldberg is up at e-flux. Goldberg looks at the dangers of labeling of art as queer, recalling exhibitions and encounters like their [...] by

Kazim Ali Interviewed at Divedapper September 13, 2016: Nightboat editor and writer Kazim Ali is interviewed at Divedapper! Ali talks with the editors about the balancing required to teach, edit, and write; publication anxiety (Ali has two novels and a [...] by

An Emotional Reference Point: Etel Adnan’s Survey Show at Serpentine September 12, 2016: “Her paintings evoke sheer joy, their style unpretentious, not naive but innocent, at odds with her poetry and writings that bear witness to the violence of the world,” writes Maria [...] by

The Poetry of Donald Britton at Lambda Literary May 25, 2016: We’d be remiss not to have made mention of Christopher Bram’s wonderful conversation with Philip Clark, which centers on the poetry of the late Donald Britton. In the Empire of the Air, a [...] by

Entropy Interviews Maged Zaher About Newest Book, The Consequences of My Body May 5, 2016: At Entropy, a unique conversation with Maged Zaher, whose latest volume, The Consequences of My Body, is just out from Nightboat Books. Joe Millazo writes that “[t]he diaristic musings of The [...] by

Landscapes on a Train Reviewed at Publishers Weekly October 26, 2015: Cole Swensen’s newest, Landscapes on a Train (Nightboat Books, 2015), is reviewed at Publishers Weekly! “The title is quite literal: each of the book’s 57 poems depict, in just a [...] by

The Metacognitive Dawn Lundy Martin Talks to the Library of Congress July 13, 2015: The Library of Congress has published an interview with Dawn Lundy Martin! In “Why Do We Speak a False Language?” Anya Creightney talks with Martin about the black female body, teaching, [...] 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