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‘On Women Poets and Nourishment’: Cynthia Cruz at VIDA June 28, 2016: At VIDA, Cynthia Cruz documents her struggle to publish an anthology that collects new and formally complex poetry about eating disorders. “My main criterion was strong poetry. This might seem [...] by

International (Working) Women’s Day Is Giving Us A LOT to Read March 8, 2016: In honor of International Women’s Day–or what was originally called International Working Women’s Day—Literary Hub asked the staff at VIDA to tell them about the books that [...] by

Hoa Nguyen Moderates Roundtable at VIDA on ‘Policing in the Literary World’ August 19, 2015: In March, Hoa Nguyen moderated a three-part conversation about “policing in the literary world” for VIDA; the third installment has just gone up. Carmen Giménez Smith notes that [...] by

VIDA & The Home School Announce Fellowship to Miami Beach Conference July 29, 2015: VIDA announces a new fellowship to The Home School! As you might know, The Home School hosts an annual six-day intensive writing conference for poets “interested in radicalizing their poetic [...] by

VIDA Announces Leadership Changes July 6, 2015: The very influential VIDA has announced some leadership changes! Erin Belieu, who has acted as VIDA’s official spokesperson since the organization’s founding, said: “Editors and publishers [...] by

Amy King Wins 2015 Women’s National Book Award for VIDA-Women in Literary Arts June 15, 2015: Congratulations, Amy King! At the Pace M.S. in Publishing blog, Jane Kinney-Denning, president of WNBA-NYC, speaks with King about VIDA and her contributions to literary publishing. Jane: Hi Amy, [...] by

At VIDA: Kevin Prufer and Erika Jo Brown Take a Look at the Numbers May 8, 2015: At VIDA (an organization dedicated to promoting women in literary arts) Erika Jo Brown and Kevin Prufer, University of Houston PhD Candidate and Professor, respectively, sat down and tallied the [...] by

Post-Poetry, Part 4: AnonyPo & Collectivist Refusal April 30, 2015: So the death of the author was exaggerated. To misquote Donald Barthelme, Roland Barthes was a farthes. Let’s review: […] in primitive societies, narrative is never undertaken by a person, [...] by

VIDA Announces a New Women of Color Count for Literary Publications January 23, 2015: Awesome: VIDA has announced its newest project. The 2014 Women of Color Count is underway. Since 2010, VIDA has sought to deepen and complicate the conversation about imbalances in the way women and [...] by

Amy Berkowitz Has a Promising Idea for a Series of Paintings December 5, 2014: In a new post for VIDA’s Reports from the Field, poet and publisher Amy Berkowitz’s “Paintings I Won’t Paint” addresses some oft-topical subjects, to her own chagrin: rape [...] by