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On ‘Why Czeslaw Milosz Matters’ in the 21st Century May 16, 2017: In 2011, Andrzej Franaszek spoke at a conference about Czeslaw Milosz, focusing in particular on Milosz’s autobiographical Native Realm, and noting that many of the issues, situations, and [...] by

Elizabeth Alexander and Sheryl Sandberg Discuss Love & Loss at NYT May 15, 2017: New York Times’s Philip Galanes moderates a conversation between poet Elizabeth Alexander and author/Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about the loss of their husbands and the life that comes after. [...] by

The New York Times Previews American Writers Museum May 11, 2017: It’s not exactly what you might expect from an homage to the liberal arts. Chicago’s American Writers Museum, which opens to the public on May 16, has the “rider” of a science [...] by

Dwight Garner Reviews Patricia Lockwood’s Priestdaddy May 4, 2017: Dwight Garner contributed a fabulous, thoughtful review of Patricia Lockwood’s memoir Priestdaddy to the New York Times’s “Books” section yesterday. We’ve posted a [...] by

The New York Times Books an Hour in Emily Dickinson’s Room May 1, 2017: New York Times takes a tip from Jezebel (reported on Harriet here) and reports on an hour spent “home alone” in Emily Dickinson’s bedroom. Times reporter Sarah Lyall writes, [...] by

Rest in Peace, Vito Acconci (1940–2017) May 1, 2017: ARTnews brings the shocking news that Vito Acconci has died at the age of 77. “Though Acconci made his name with radical performances and later reinvented himself as an outré architect, he [...] by

Claudia Rankine & Will Rawls Discuss Self-Surveillance in New Performance Work April 27, 2017: Dance writer Siobhan Burke spoke to Claudia Rankine and choreographer Will Rawls for the New York Times about surveillance, “the already dead space,” the luxury of just dancing, and their [...] by

Congratulations to 2017 Pulitzer Prize Winner Tyehimba Jess April 11, 2017: The New York Times announced this year’s Pulitzer Prize recipients and we’re thrilled to let you know that this year’s recipient for poetry is Tyehimba Jess. The award was presented [...] by

Narrative After Nature April 6, 2017: To the extent that the world is made up of narrative discourse these days, it seems to have two fundamental ingredients or axes: plausibility and syntax. I write, “To the extent..,” because I am [...] by

Innovative Publisher George Braziller Has Died March 20, 2017: According to the New York Times, independent publisher of off-beat literature and sumptuous art books, George Braziller, died last week at the age of 101. Braziller published 20th-century titans of [...] by