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Lorine Niedecker’s Lake Superior Resonates in New Contexts April 7, 2017: At Ploughshares, Rachel Edelman extends her obsession with geologic inquiry to write about Lorine Niedecker and the Anthropocene. Niedecker “treats research and perception like a geologist [...] by

Ruben Quesada on the New Life of ‘Video Poems’ March 13, 2017: Poetry videos (or video poems) are the topic at hand at Ploughshares, where Ruben Quesada understands the composition of a video as a relationship between images and language. He looks at video- and [...] by

Lynn Melnick Discusses Poetry & Activism at Ploughshares November 11, 2016: Lynn Melnick talks about activism and poetry over at the Ploughshares blog. Melnick, author of If I Should Say I Have Hope (YesYes Books, 2012) and the co-editor, with Brett Fletcher Lauer, of Please [...] by

Ploughshares Mulls: Who Would Write the Inaugural Poem for Donald Trump? August 26, 2016: ‘Tis the season! Dean Rader considers the possibilities of a Trump inauguration and surveys a group of poets to ask how they would respond in the event that they were tapped to write an [...] by

Musician Elysia Crampton & Fred Moten Interviewed at Ploughshares July 15, 2016: At Ploughshares, a conversation with Fred Moten and avant-electronic producer Elysia Crampton. Anaïs Duplan interviewed the two about “history, fiction, embodiment, and the concept of [...] by

Dawn Lundy Martin to Guest Edit PEN Poetry Series! September 24, 2015: This just in: Dawn Lundy Martin will be guest editing PEN Poetry Series, starting in October. Yesterday, they posted a new poem by Martin, from “Good Stock”–check it out here. [...] by

You Call Yourself a Poet? There’s an App for That September 4, 2013: You can load up your smart phone with tons of stupid apps (see: make out with your phone for the high score, or use up your time/brain cells by holding down a button all day…). But Ali Shapiro, [...] by

‘I eat self-doubt for dessert’: Kate Lebo, Poet & Piemaker May 23, 2013: Over at the Ploughshares blog is a conversation with Seattle-area poet and pie expert Kate Lebo, who is more than expert; she’s the “proprietress (or rather, proPIEtress) of Pie School, [...] by

Some AWP Highlights from the Ploughshares Staff March 15, 2013: Turns out that some people went to AWP for the panels! The good folks at Ploughshares share their favorite moments from the festival, which include “listening to Seamus Haney[sic] and Derek [...] by