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Denver Post’s ‘Poetry Now’ Features Colorado Poets Talking About Their Work October 15, 2015: The Denver Post published a shiny section yesterday called Poetry Now, a name we LOVE ;-). PN features Colorado poets reading their work and talking about how their writing connects with current [...] by

Post-Poetry, Part 5: LulzPo, Avant-Comic, YA Poetry Mix-Tape May 1, 2015: With a tip of the hat to Elaine Kahn and her mix-tape posts on Harriet, here’s a mix-tape of some of my favorite comic poems. I’m calling these selections LulzPo, or avant-comic, and YA [...] by

Jack White’s Third Man Records Launches Third Man Books! Debut Collection Includes Richard Hell, C.D. Wright, Sampson Starkweather, Sommer Browning +++ July 25, 2014: Ha, SPIN knows how to throw a first sentence: “Continuing his love for all things old-timey, Jack White has announced the creation of a new publishing company.” Hank Williams even wrote a [...] by

All Work and No Play Make Poets Something Something October 10, 2012: After a successful live Tweeting of 2001: A Space Oddysey, Sommer Browning and Elisa Gabbert have organized another event. The movie this time: The Shining. Here are the details: A few months ago [...] by

The Rumpus Reviews “Either Way I’m Celebrating” by Sommer Browning August 15, 2012: The Rumpus gives Sommer Browning’s new book, “Either Way I’m Celebrating,” a thumbs up, praising her ability to balance humor and serious themes. While the reviewer, Sean [...] by

Poets Live Tweeting 2001: A Space Odyssey July 5, 2012: Sommer Browning and Elisa Gabbert are organizing a Twitter poets party! On Sunday, July 8th, at 9pm EST, Browning, Gabbert, Dan Boehl and others will be live tweeting the film 2001: A Space Oddysey. [...] by

Performance and Narrative: Craft Notes April 10, 2011: Last night, in the Dikeou Gallery in Denver, as part of the launch for TITMOUSE magazine, I gave, towards the end of the evening —  a performance, that built in me: :as I sat in my chair. [...] by