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In Translation Features an Introduction to Alexis Almeida’s Anthology of Contemporary Argentinian Poetry by Women May 9, 2017: While you were sleeping, the Brooklyn Rail developed their “web-exclusive” translation journal In Translation, and the newest issue introduces readers to Alexis Almeida’s [...] by

Ariel Goldberg’s The Estrangement Principle Reviewed at The Brooklyn Rail May 3, 2017: Ariel Goldberg’s The Estrangement Principle (Nightboat Books, 2016) is reviewed in the current issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Writes Phillip Griffith: “In The Estrangement Principle, [...] by

An Interview With Rachel Levitsky on the Work of Akilah Oliver March 6, 2017: The new issue of the Brooklyn Rail is out, and features a conversation between teacher, writer, and Belladonna* co-founder Rachel Levitsky and Ana Paula of the Rail on the occasion of the five-year [...] by

Brooklyn Rail Applauds Szymaszek’s Journal of Ugly Sites February 7, 2017: Stacy Szymaszek’s Journal of Ugly Sites & Other Journals is a book about the self, Chris Campanioni writes in this Brooklyn Rail web exclusive. The notebook, a rigorous catalog of the [...] by

Looking at Kelly Schirmann & Bernadette Mayer November 14, 2016: In the November issue of the Brooklyn Rail, Bernadette Mayer’s Works & Days (New Directions, 2016) is reviewed alongside Kelly Schirmann’s Popular Music (Black Ocean, 2016). [...] by

At NYT, Brooklyn Rail Founder Talks Hustle in a Postprint Era November 3, 2015: Phong Bui, founder of Brooklyn Rail is the subject of a recent article published in The New York Times. Born in Vietnam, Bui came to the U.S. in 1980 and began working on the Rail in 1998: “I was [...] by

Bill Berkson Talks Shop at The Brooklyn Rail June 10, 2015: Bill Berkson marks a smart occasion by talking with editor and writer Jarrett Earnest at the Brooklyn Rail! “…[T]he new volume For Bill, ANYTHING: Images and Text for Bill Berkson has [...] by

At The Brooklyn Rail: Mary Ruefle on Erasures of Lifelong Shame & Pride, More July 18, 2014: Mary Ruefle is interviewed at The Brooklyn Rail about her newest collection, Trances of the Blast (Wave, 2013), and also “speaks about metaphor, her ruthless revisions, the imagination as a [...] by

Words on Barry Schwabsky’s New Volume of Essays, Words for Art June 9, 2014: Poet Barry Schwabsky is well known for his criticism–as art editor of The Nation, frequent contributor to Hyperallergic, among others— “one has the sense that casting so wide a net was [...] by

Mary Jo Bang’s Inferno Translation Reviewed February 6, 2013: Most poets and scholars have a favorite translation of Dante’s Inferno. We freely admit to having a soft spot for the first U.S. translation by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, but we know that not [...] by