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The Los Angeles Review of Books Hosts Fady Joudah in Conversation with Philip Metres

In this recent installment of interviews at The Los Angeles Review of Books, Fady Joudah talks to Philip Metres in a conversation entitled “At the Borders of Our Tongue.” From LARB: FADY JOUDAH: Sand Opera is ultimately a book about love, its loss and recapture, and the struggle in between. Many will completely misread it […]

Amaranth Borsuk & Andy Fitch in Video Form

Not sure if you’ve seen POETRYSEEN yet, but if you like visual recordings of poets, you’re M-F-E-O, for POETRYSEEN features short videos of poetry readings and poem films, and is open to art submissions and various works in print that may be reanimated in video form. We’re particularly enthused by this rendering called “April 30th” […]

US Postal Service to Release a Maya Angelou Forever Stamp

There’s more than a few reasons we can think of to lead us to say “Maya Angelou Forever!” The latest is a slightly more tangible one: we’re talking about the US Postal Service’s announcement this Monday that it will release a Maya Angelou Forever Stamp. Angelou, who is the incredibly talented writer of numerous books […]

Gratefully, Passion: A Review of Purdey Lord Kreiden’s Children of the Bad Hour

Poet Purdey Lord Kreiden, French heir-apparent to the transfigured decadence throne, if she wants it, has been reading in New York for the past week with a new chapbook, Children of the Bad Hour (Ugly Duckling Presse 2015). The book is propelled by a charmed prophesy–or as Sarah Nicholson and Jane Gregory have put it: […]

Is That Proid ov Yr Eye or Have You Made a Great Peacock for Dinner

At The New Yorker, Dan Chiasson writes of a January 18 afternoon in 1914, wherein Ezra Pound took someone to lunch: “Ezra Pound, helped by William Butler Yeats, and, behind the scenes, by Yeats’s patron and friend, Lady Gregory, held a luncheon for Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, a man whom Pound regarded as the ‘grandest of […]

Extremo/Extreme

Extremo1 Pero, nuevamente: ¿no es la dislocación una condición diaria y universal para todo mundo en este planeta? ¿No es que estoy sencillamente seleccionando representaciones de la dislocación que descontextualizan, o de cierto modo marginalizan el tema hegemónico de dislocación, que es un tema psicológico y privatizado al nivel del yo singular, con su ilusión […]

Way Too White: Kevin Killian Rips into the 2015 Oscars at Fanzine

Oh snap! Like all years, The Fanzine hosts Kevin Killian’s annual Oscar after-party. This year, Killian notes that the Oscar celebration was maybe a little too White Christmas. From Fanzine: Not in many a moon they tell us, has every acting nominee been white. Not in twenty years. The one black actor accepting an Award […]

‘Yesterday we explained language': Reading, Hearing, and Remembering Amiri Baraka

It’s hard to believe that it has been a little over a year since Amiri Baraka left us. Fortunately, we can still hear Baraka’s voice echoing in his poems. Our February 2015 issue includes Baraka’s previously unpublished poem “Tender Arrivals.” In honor of the anniversary of Baraka’s passing, Thomas Sayers Ellis sent us the following […]

W.S. Merwin’s Johnny Appleseed Turn

PBS NewsHour tracks down American poet W.S. Merwin in Hawaii, where he plants palm trees. He bought three acres of an old pineapple plantation in the ’70s, the spot where a forest of palm trees now grows. From NewsHour: JEFFREY BROWN: It’s Hawaii, so, yes, you do expect to see a palm tree or two, […]

Librarians’s Revenge: ‘Readers Make Their Mark’ at NYRB

The New York Society Library, a subscription-based library on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, is currently hosting an exhibition of annotations written in books: “Readers Make Their Mark.” The exhibition, on view until August 15th,...Show More Summary

Simultaneously Familiar & Unrecognizable: Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson & Sarah Gerard

At Entropy, Christopher Higgs reviews three “new notable books” by authors Ben Fama, Johannes Göransson, and Sarah Gerard. Higgs uses a screenshot-Tweet from Iggy Azalea as an epigraph! This makes sense. Later, he writes: All three are very much timely, relevant, and compelling. But they’re also something else. Something like Aidan Baker & Tim Hecker’s […]

SERPENT POWER: City Lights Looks Forward to David Meltzer’s Two-Way Mirror: A Poetry Notebook

At City Light’s blog, Abandon All Despair Ye Who Enter Here, Ryan Haas guides readers through the David Meltzer archives, from Meltzer’s iconic 1960s band, The Serpent Power, to his newly published When I Was A Poet (City Lights, 2011) to Meltzer’s 1977 Oyez Press tract Two-Way Mirror: A Poetry Notebook, which City Lights is […]

Ánima

Ánima Repetir, reproducir,recrear, reforzar, retomar, recordar, retratar, retener, replicar, resignificar; todas estas instancias en las que utilizamos el prefijo re tienen que ver con la copia y, de repente yo no sabía, hasta el momento en que lo vi en el procesador de mi computadora. No tenía conciencia. —Ariel Vercelli ¿Qué decir ante la alegría? […]

Seems Extreme: Emmalea Russo Interview at Textile Arts Center

Emmalea Russo is interviewed for The Textile Arts Center blog! Russo uses “sculpture, installation, and text, [making] process-based works about voluntary and involuntary actions, the central nervous system, and repetitive tasks. She is the author of they (Gauss PDF, 2014), CLEAR1NG (Dancing Girl Press, 2014), and book of southern and water (Poor Claudia, 2013). And […]

Cabinet Posts Audio From Launch of Eva Díaz’s The Experimenters: Chance and Design at Black Mountain College

Lucky us: Thanks to Cabinet Magazine, if you missed the launch for The Experimenters: Chance and Design at Black Mountain College (University of Chicago Press 2015), art historian Eva Díaz’s new book on Black Mountain College, a terrific audio recording of the event is now up on their site. The recording includes a performance by […]

Abe Books Searches for First Editions of ‘The Iliad’ Climb after Release of The Boy Next Door; Film Critics Lay Siege on the Film’s Script

The Guardian reports that searches for “The Iliad, first edition” on the online marketplace AbeBooks have climbed since the release of J-Lo’s new movie The Boy Next Door, which starts with her character being given a first edition of, you guessed it: The Iliad. MEANWHILE, critics from Jezebel to Melville House have penned a number […]

Entidades/Entities

Entidades Los Angeles, California. Febrero 18, 2015. Perdidamente, estoy pensando1 en la entidad como una alternativa a la identidad. Algo subterráneo, bajo la identidad; algo aéreo, sobrevolando más allá de la identidad. ¿Un aire? ¿O una sustancia? Otro cuerpo más allá del cuerpo categorizado. Una manera de ser, o de no-ser. De ser-en-no-ser. Hace unas […]

Paris Review Re-Connects Readers with William Bronk

In a recent post at Paris Review, Daniel Piepenbring wonders, “Why is William Bronk Perennially Under-read?” During Bronk’s lifetime, Burning Deck, New Directions, and North Point Press–among other presses–published his writing. But why the slip from many readers’s radars? Bronk appears in Ben Lerner’s novel 10:04 and after reading it this summer, Piepenbring began to […]

Inaugural Kathy Acker Fellowship Offered by Les Figues Press

Such great news for Kathy Acker fans (and anyone else with that bent, we’d imagine): Les Figues Press is offering a Kathy Acker Fellowship, currently accepting applications! In honor of the writer, “The Kathy Acker Fellowship provides a part-time, 9-month appointment for an emerging writer/artist, literary editor, or arts curator/organizer. The Kathy Acker Fellow will […]

Hilton Als on McCarthy-era Langston Hughes

In 1953, Langston Hughes was one of many writers brought before Joseph McCarthy’s Subcommittee on Un-American Activities. He and playwright Elmer Rice (who wrote the amazing Adding Machine, and Street Scene, working with Hughes on the latter) corresponded after Rice sent Hughes a questionnaire he built with the Authors League of America, meant to investigate […]

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