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Reading List: May 2017 May 23, 2017: The Reading List is a feature of Poetry’s Editors’ Blog. This month contributors to the May 2017 issue share some books that held their interest. Moniza Alvi From Vita Sackville-West to Virginia [...] by

At Home With Russell Atkins December 19, 2016: Released last month, In the Company of Russell Atkins pays homage to one of Cleveland’s literary giants. “During high school, Atkins was turned on to poetry by Percy Bysshe Shelley, John [...] by

Entropy Lauds Philip Metres’ Sand Opera January 18, 2016: Philip Metres’s Sand Opera arrived on bookshelves just days after details surrounding the CIA’s detention and interrogation program were made public. Its release date was very timely. In [...] by

The Los Angeles Review of Books Hosts Fady Joudah in Conversation with Philip Metres February 25, 2015: In this recent installment of interviews at The Los Angeles Review of Books, Fady Joudah talks to Philip Metres in a conversation entitled “At the Borders of Our Tongue.” From LARB: FADY [...] by

Special Issue of American Book Review Focuses on Arab-American Literature January 11, 2013: We’d highly recommend this special issue, just out, of American Book Review, edited by Philip Metres, with a focus on Arab-American literature. Among a truckful of good reads are reviews by [...] by

Philip Metres Wins Arab American Book Award June 5, 2012: The Arab American Book Award winners have been announced, and Philip Metres has won in poetry for his book abu ghraib arias from the lovely Flying Guillotine Press. From the Arab American Museum [...] by