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After a Flood: Silliman Needs Your Help to Recover Damaged Books August 14, 2012: Speaking of Silliman! The poet wrote on his blog yesterday that “over 140 books and journals [have been] water damaged beyond salvation” after a “pipe in the furnace room that [...] by

Take a Master Class with Ron Silliman from the Comfort of Your Own Home August 13, 2012: This just in: You can finally take a class with Ron Silliman! The NewPages blog reports that “The Chicago School of Poetics offers online and F2F workshops for writers who ‘feel the need [...] by

Silliman’s serving Cy Press poetry June 6, 2012: We want to give a huge thanks to Ron Silliman for connecting us to the Cy Press Reading Series, via PennSound. Thus far this week, he’s posted readings by Stephanie Young, Brandon Brown, Arlo [...] by

Ron Silliman Redefines Language Poetry in Light of Community, Conceptualism, Time… May 30, 2012: Ron Silliman is using the tag “Language Poetry” on his blog for the first time in ten years, starting off by remarking on the Poetry Communities & Individual Talent conference that [...] by

Celebrating Sigo May 26, 2011: Hey! Ron Silliman applied his admirable analytic faculties to San Francisco poet Cedar Sigo today leading with the sentence “Cedar Sigo is a Frank O’Hara for the 21st century: witty, erudite, [...] by

Public musings: balancing the role of the poet April 11, 2011: On my mind today: Ron Silliman’s blog, its demise, Kenneth Goldsmith’s post on Ron Silliman, a response I had to a public proposal for a new poetry venture from a fellow Canadian poet, and a [...] by

Death of a Kingmaker: A Critical Evaluation of Silliman’s Blog April 8, 2011: Ron Silliman was the Cal Ripken, Jr. of the poetry blogosphere. He was a good player, but more important, he consistently showed up for every game. And by getting up and making the donuts each [...] by

Questions for Poetry I April 2, 2011: In the 22nd century, what will the line look like and do?  Will the line continue to have its traditional roots (“traditional” not meaning middle road but rather a haunting presence of [...] by

The complicated relationship of poetry, film and poetry-film March 11, 2011: On the Moving Poems forum, Alastair Cook republishes his July 2010 essay from Anon Seven on what qualifies as a Poetry-film, borrowing the term from William Wees. In 1984, Wees first made the case [...] by

Poetry in 1960 Live from the Future! December 6, 2010: Kelly Writers House at University of Pennsylvania will be streaming their symposium “Poetry in 1960” live at 6pm EST tonight, Monday, December 6th. Hosted by Writers House faculty [...] by