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From the Scene of Wave Books in the Wake of a Pulitzer April 13, 2017: Brangien Davis writes for CrossCut about the tides turning Pulitzer for Wave Books this week, after Tyehimba Jess’s book Olio won the prestigious prize on Monday. “‘We saw it on [...] by

Lorine Niedecker’s Lake Superior Resonates in New Contexts April 7, 2017: At Ploughshares, Rachel Edelman extends her obsession with geologic inquiry to write about Lorine Niedecker and the Anthropocene. Niedecker “treats research and perception like a geologist [...] by

Color Pieces: Reviewing Mary Ruefle’s Private Property March 23, 2017: Scout Poetry does its anonymous-review-shuffle for Mary Ruefle’s Private Property (Wave, 2016), the title essay of which “collapses the boundaries between the personal, political, and [...] by

How the Value of Political Poetry Is Shaped in Dissonance March 16, 2017: Cynthia Cruz has penned an essay for VIDA Web on the evolution of “political poetry” over these past months since Trump’s election, noting a rejection from Wave Books years ago that [...] by

PEN Translation & PEN/Jean Stein Book Award Finalists Announced January 19, 2017: The PEN/Jean Stein Book Award–with a tremendous $75,000 purse–has announced its 2017 finalists, and among them is Tyehimba Jess’s Olio (Wave Books)! The new PEN/Jean Stein Book [...] by

Boston Globe Reviews Joseph Massey’s Illocality December 19, 2016: Nina MacLaughlin reviews Joseph Massey’s newest collection, Illocality (Wave Books, 2016), for the Boston Globe. In the book, composed in his first year in Western Massachusetts after a move [...] by

Renee Gladman Contributes ‘Five Things Right Now’ to Granta October 6, 2016: At Granta, poet, novelist, and visual artist Renee Gladman discusses five artists’ impacts on her new creative project: drawings. (Wave Books will publish her first collection, Prose [...] by

Hoa Nguyen’s Expert Violet Energy Ingots September 15, 2016: Hoa Nguyen’s latest book, Violet Energy Ingots (Wave) is reviewed by Ryo Yamaguchi for Boston Review. While Yamaguchi does attach the well-trod sense of “difficulty” to the poems [...] by

‘Observes herself observing’: Alan Gilbert Reviews Rebecca Wolff’s One Morning— June 30, 2016: Alan Gilbert reviews Rebecca Wolff’s latest collection of poetry, One Morning— (Wave Books, 2015), for Boston Review. “The book depicts a social compact in danger of being broken, [...] by

Bagley Wright Lecture Series News: Hoa Nguyen and Cedar Sigo June 14, 2016: On its website, The Bagley Wright Lecture Series has posted a great interview with Hoa Nguyen which took place just after her lecture on the practice of teaching creative writing on April 21st at [...] by