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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

Anselm Berrigan’s Come In Alone Reviewed at Publisher’s Weekly April 20, 2016: Anselm Berrigan’s newest book, Come In Alone (Wave Books, 2016), is reviewed at Publisher’s Weekly. As they tend to be at PW, this review is to the point, but with such brevity still [...] by

BOMB Reviews Don Mee Choi’s Hardly War April 18, 2016: We can’t get enough of Don Mee Choi’s new book, Hardly War (mentioned here back in March). At BOMB, Lizzie Tribone writes that “Choi was moved to write Hardly War after she attended [...] by

Cole Heinowitz Discusses New Translation of Mario Santiago Papasquiaro March 30, 2016: Paul Murufas interviews Cole Heinowitz about translating Mario Santiago Papasquiaro! Commune Editions has released a new collection of Mario Santiago’s poetry, Beauty is Our Spirtual Guernica [...] by

Don Mee Choi’s Hardly War Combines Artifact, Memoir, Image March 4, 2016: The Stranger’s Rich Smith caught Don Mee Choi perform in “the most successful live music + poetry thing [he’d] ever seen” at Seattle’s Hugo House last fall, and [...] by

What’s in a Line: Anselm Berrigan’s Come In Alone February 19, 2016: Good news: The Rumpus has Patrick James Dunagan reviewing Anselm Berrigan’s newest book, Come In Alone (Wave Books, 2016). “Berrigan has successfully defined his own one-shot lyric form. [...] by

The Abundantly Rewarding John Wieners December 11, 2015: At Electric Lit, a review of both new volumes from John Wieners, Wave’s Supplication: The Selected Poems of John Wieners, edited by Joshua Beckman, CAConrad, and Robert Dewhurst; and the City [...] by