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Kevin Young Will Lead The New Yorker’s Poetry Section March 16, 2017: Yesterday, The New Yorker announced that this fall the magazine’s poetry editor, Paul Muldoon, will pass the torch to poet Kevin Young, who currently serves as Director of the Schomburg Center [...] by

Paul Muldoon’s New Selected Poems Reviewed at the New York Times November 23, 2016: Would you like a second helping of Muldoon? You got it. Up at the New York Times, Dwight Garner reviews Paul Muldoon’s Selected Poems 1968-2014. Garner begins by first taking a dive into his [...] by

‘Let His Pen Do the Talking’: Johnny Cash’s Poetry Revealed in Rolling Stone November 23, 2016: A new book, Forever Words: The Unknown Poems, proves that Johnny Cash’s legacy is as much on the page as it is in the airwaves. John Carter Cash, who manages his family’s “multiple [...] by

Reviewing Philip Levine, Christian Wiman, & Paul Muldoon at the Washington Post November 10, 2016: At the Washington Post, Elizabeth Lund considers three new books of poetry this month: The Last Shift, Philip Levine’s first posthumous collection (with a little help from Edward Hirsch); [...] by

Irish Times Travels Back in Time with Paul Muldoon to 1916 August 15, 2016: Irish Times reports that in a year when much ink has been spilled on the topic of politics in poetry, Paul Muldoon’s latest collection is as usual, in step with the times. Rising to the Rising, [...] by

Times I’ve Got Paid April 21, 2016: It strikes me that Eileen Myles is the first person in this series of pieces about money and poetry to name dollar amounts. I think this is a working class origins thing. I don’t think I can claim [...] by

Robert Pinsky Reads Samuel Beckett’s ‘Cascando,’ Disagrees with Paul Muldoon January 13, 2015: At Slate, an argument between Robert Pinsky and Paul Muldoon about Samuel Beckett’s love poem, “Cascado,” is brewing. While Paul Muldoon writes “this is truly dreadful [...] by

‘this is truly dreadful stuff’: Paul Muldoon on Beckett’s Letters and Poetry December 15, 2014: We’re always hoping for some unearthed treasure to add to the Beckett canon, as we’ve pointed to here and here. And how joyed we’ve been as Beckett’s Selected Letters have [...] by

The Paris Review Daily on Paul Muldoon’s First Chapbook Knowing My Place November 26, 2014: On December 2nd, PEN American Center will auction seventy-five annotated first editions by accomplished writers including Jane Smiley and Don DeLillo, with all proceeds to benefit PEN: a literary [...] by

At Times Higher Education: Q&A with Paul Muldoon June 9, 2014: On the eve of his appointment as Distinguished Professor of English and Creative Writing at Lancaster University, the Times Higher Education speaks with Paul Muldoon to set the record straight on a [...] by