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Cave Canem at Twenty: Reflections From ’96 November 30, 2016: Recently, I called upon the mild mannered, ferociously enthusiastic cofounder of Cave Canem, Cornelius Eady. I was curious about his perspective on the last two decades of CC. He shared stories with [...] by

Terrance Hayes Delights Us With Talk of Syntax, Sound, Formal Play, New Poems . . . September 29, 2016: At Best American Poetry, Terrance Hayes is interviewed by Alan Michael Parker. Instigated by a comment Hayes had made earlier this year about “syntax and sound,” this interview explores [...] by

Yes! National Book Foundation Awards Cave Canem for Service to the American Literary Community September 20, 2016: Congratulations to one of our favorite literary organizations, Cave Canem, for being honored with the National Book Foundation’s prestigious Literarian Award. The nonprofit organization, which [...] by

Terrance Hayes’s How to Be Drawn Handles One’s Ghosts June 15, 2016: Terrance Hayes’s How to Be Drawn (Penguin Books, 2016) is reviewed by Christopher Spaide for Boston Review. “How to Be Drawn refines, without drastically rewiring, Hayes’s aesthetic, [...] by

Congratulations to Will Alexander: Winner of the Jackson Poetry Prize April 8, 2016: The Jackson Poetry Prize is awarded annually by Poets & Writers: there is no application process, but rather, the winner is nominated by “an anonymous panel of their peers.” This [...] by

‘Read to Write:’ Boston Globe Visits Terrance Hayes December 15, 2015: In advance of his reading in Boston on Wednesday and Thursday, Boston Globe spends a moment with Terrance Hayes. Hayes shares his advice to writers, his reading list, and more. Poet Terrance Hayes [...] by

New to the Archive October 28, 2015: The Poetry Foundation’s online archive of poetry is ever expanding. Here’s a look at some recent additions you may have missed over the last few months: Orlando White, who will be joining us as [...] by

National Book Award Finalists Announced October 14, 2015: The longlist became the shortlist today as the finalists for the National Book Award were announced. NPR has the scoop: Given the kind of year that Ta-Nehisi Coates has been having, it would be tough [...] by

National Book Award for Poetry Finalists Announced September 15, 2015: The National Book Foundation has announced the names of poets on this year’s “longlist” for the 2015 National Book Award for Poetry. Finalists include poets both established and [...] by

Dan Chiasson Reviews Terrance Hayes and Deborah Landau at The New Yorker May 6, 2015: The New Yorker’s Dan Chiasson reviews new books by Terrance Hayes and Deborah Landau in the May 11 issue. Both poets’s recent writings consider the body (often, in crisis). From The New [...] by