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Marcel Broodthaers Reviewed at Hyperallergic March 21, 2016: The good folks at Siglio Press have published, for the first time in English, two books by Belgium poet and artist Marcel Broodthaers. And over at Hyperallergic James Gibbons takes a look at [...] by

At BOMB: Andrew Durbin on John Cage’s Diary November 4, 2015: At BOMB, Andrew Durbin looks at John Cage’s Diary: How to Improve the World (You Will Only Make Matters Worse), now out in full for the first time from Siglio Press. “It was originally [...] by

A Desired Distance: Daniel Owen on the Work of Robert Seydel September 21, 2015: Over at Hyperallergic, poet and editor Daniel Owen details the virtues of a favorite writer and artist, the late Robert Seydel (1960–2011), who composed and “recomposed” language in/to [...] by

The Intricacies of Following: Sophie Calle’s Suite Vénitienne July 20, 2015: Poet, artist, and editor Emmalea Russo reviews Sophie Calle’s Suite Vénitienne (Siglio Press 2015) for Art Critical, and in so doing, reflects on the act of following: its tangential desires, [...] by

Not Nothing Hits the BOMB Blog! August 19, 2014: Whew! It’s been a whirlwind ride for Not Nothing! The spectacular Siglio Press-published compendium of writing, art, and arty-writing by the eccentric, eclectic, and all other things excellent [...] by

A Most Substantial Loot: Holland Cotter Reviews Not Nothing at New York Times August 12, 2014: He’s taking over! Site of Ray Johnson’s most recent habitation? Why, it’s the New York Times dear hearts, where Holland Cotter has these kindnesses to say about the recently [...] by

Ray Johnson’s in the Spotlight at Bookforum August 8, 2014: Bookforum editor Albert Mobilio takes a sneak peek at two Ray Johnson books recently published by Siglio Press: The Paper Snake and Not Nothing. Ray Johnson, an intermedia artist who trained at Black [...] by

Karen Green’s Bough Down Wins Believer Book Prize May 6, 2014: Congratulations to Karen Green, author of Bough Down and Siglio Press, her publisher, for winning the 2013 Believer Poetry Award! Karen Green’s debut collection of poetry is a meditation on [...] by

April Sure Was a Busy Month! May 5, 2014: We’re back! While we were out of the newsroom a few things happened—here’s a brief run-down! Jackqueline Frost’s debut book of poems, The Antidote (Compline, 2013) is now [...] by

At The Guardian: Karen Green’s Debut Collection, Bough Down June 10, 2013: Published by Siglio Press, Karen Green’s debut collection of prose poems and collages, Bough Down, addresses her experiences following the suicide of her husband: the late David Foster Wallace. [...] by