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Flipping the Interview: Rob Fitterman’s Epic, Minimalist Nevermind July 5, 2016: Up today at The Believer Logger is author Rob Fitterman interviewing reader Paul Stephens about Fitterman’s Nevermind (Wonder Books, 2016), the poet’s repurposing of the Nirvana album, [...] by

Paul Stephens on Celebrity & American Poetry October 27, 2015: Paul Stephens explores the dazzling topic of celebrity in relation to American poetry and social media in an essay, “The Poetics of Celebsploitation,” now up at Admodern. Stephens [...] by

Paul Stephens on the Destruction & Renewal of (Poetic) Attention in Age of Info Overload July 20, 2015: At Guernica, writer Paul Stephens considers information overload and its eventual attention: “[t]here are 2.5 million stars in my pocket …. I have nearly unlimited access to music; I can [...] by

Literature of Distraction and Other Conversation Topics with Paul Stephens at Guernica January 4, 2013: This one went up right before the holidays, so we must make sure it’s seen well! Guernica’s David Foote interviews professor and critic Paul Stephens, who talks about juggling. Actually, [...] by