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Twilight of the Mind: Toward a Poetics of Interpellation April 29, 2015: Twilight revisiting a prior version of this (see GutCult *8) It isn’t exactly as Spicer said that “most things happen at twilight,” but is where the most productive natal spaces are located. It [...] by

Hey Lennon Fans: You Say It’s Your Birthday? June 5, 2014: Well, have we got a birthday poem for you! Rolling Stone shared the news yesterday that John Lennon’s poetry and artwork would be featured in an extensive auction. Rollick on to Sotheby’s [...] by

The New York Times Breaks the 2013 VIDA Count News February 24, 2014: The New York Times announces the 2013 VIDA Count! And we’ll second that! VIDA writes: Luckily, we’re not stuck with the singular reading experiences set forth by publishing 80% men, and while [...] by

Welcome to Apple Re-Orientation: Highlights Poetry For Latest iPad Commercial January 15, 2014: Apple + Poetry? Now that’s our kind of orientation! Maybe we will show up for first period after all! In 11 days, Apple’s Macintosh computer will turn 30 years old. That machine was [...] by

Herbie Hancock to Deliver Harvard’s 2014 Charles Eliot Norton Poetry Lectures January 10, 2014: We’re pretty much in Future Shock. Maybe 2014 won’t be so bad afterall. Jazz pianist and composer Herbie Hancock has been named the 2014 Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at [...] by

On PBS NewsHour, Harvard Medical Students Talk Poetry January 8, 2014: Students of Dr. Rafael Campo spoke to NewsHour’s Jeffrey Brown about poetry as an important supplement to their medical training. Click here to view their conversation, recorded live, on [...] by

Major Jackson’s Poetry Picks at New York Times December 30, 2013: This weekend’s New York Times Sunday Book Review included a few favorites from Major Jackson’s reading list, including Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge’s Hello, The Roses and Kwame [...] by

Itations for Faybiene December 27, 2013:  “You’re just human, I don’t have time for human frailties.” Sun Ra   Most of Saturday night was digging through folders in search of one photo. A picture of Sister [...] by

Chicken Scratch December 5, 2013:   “Land is connected intimately to bodies, bones, and ghosts. A place, inhabited in a body and psychology, and in their symbols, waits to hear its own voice and to experience a [...] by

Shake Your Money Maker December 3, 2013: 1994. You were supposed to be a visual artist or a musician but somewhere you ended up here.  Hanging upside down in a NYC train. Carhartt overalls and PNB Nation jacket. Black Classic Nikes.  The [...] by