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Jim Jarmusch Discusses Paterson at NPR December 30, 2016: Jim Jarmusch’s new movie, Paterson pays tribute to two of the director’s favorite subjects: poetry and cities. Jarmusch’s Paterson is based on the epic poem by William Carlos [...] by

TIME for Jim Jarmusch… December 23, 2016: Jim Jarmusch is, in particular, a fan of the New York School poets Frank O’Hara and John Ashbery. However, his newest film, Paterson, traces the development of a character modeled after William [...] by

The Sixth Borough, Culturally: New Jersey December 9, 2016: The UC Press blog series “The ‘Six’ Boroughs,” celebrating Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro’s Nonstop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas, concludes with a look at [...] by

Breaking Bubbles November 21, 2016: “It is difficult to get the news from poetry, yet men die miserably every day for lack of what is found there.” —William Carlos Williams I have that quote from William Carlos Williams [...] by

We Can Be Heroes: Poets Live Large on the Big Screen October 5, 2016: From Jim Jarmusch’s “Paterson” to Pablo Larrain’s “Neruda,” this year’s New York Film Festival lineup includes movies where poets are the protagonists and literature [...] by

Filmmaker Magazine Posts Trailer for Jim Jarmusch’s Paterson October 3, 2016: It’s the movie inspired by William Carlos Williams that we’ve all been waiting for! Paterson stars Adam Driver as Williams, who we follow as he travels through the epic modernist [...] by

Searching for Tía Harriet September 30, 2016: Every once in a while I’ll hear a Latinx poet on social media describe getting published in Poetry as a dream come true. Invariably I’ll roll my inner eye. Sure, I get the prestige and the fact [...] by

David Lehman Invites Readers to Craft Poetic ‘Non-Apologies’ at American Scholar September 6, 2016: Like William Carlos Williams’s “Post-it-note poem,” “This Is Just to Say,” David Lehman’s American Scholar column “Next Line, Please” hosts a few [...] by

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Most Personal’ Faves May 25, 2016: Jim Jarmusch’s next movie, Paterson, premiered last week at the Cannes Film Festival. The story of a poet and bus driver named Paterson who lives in Paterson, NJ, played by Adam Driver, it [...] by

‘So Much Depends…’: John Yau Reviews Painter Lois Dodd’s New Show at Alexandre Gallery March 15, 2016: In a recent Hyperallergic review, poet and art critic John Yau guides readers through painter Lois Dodd’s new show at Alexandre Gallery by way of William Carlos Williams’s poetry. [...] by