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Red Mavis on The Rumpus

In new titles on April 14, 2014 at 12:50 am


Patrick James Dunagan has published an appreciative review of Merrill Gilfillan’s Red Mavis at The Rumpus: “Shades of light; shadow of cloud; twitter of this or that fellow creature whether bird, human, or other. It is all a company with which he delights in sharing. The celebration abounds and is quite mutual. Masterly care of not only poetic craft yet tender attention to the event happening in the instant has never been more deceivingly displayed with such apparent ease.” To read the full review, go here.

ARK on the New Yorker’s Blog

In new titles on March 12, 2014 at 9:43 pm


Pager-Turner, The New Yorker‘s blog, has a wonderful appreciation (by Stephen Burt) of Ronald Johnson’s ARK and Peter O’Leary’s Phosphorescence of Thought: “Of all the ambitious, syncretic, idiosyncratic, American modernist long poems (and we have had more than a few), ARK is the most spiritual, the most celebratory, and maybe the most fun.” Read the full post here.

Michael O’Brien at MIT

In readings on March 11, 2014 at 7:04 pm

Huntington, VT, spring 2010 023

Michael O’Brien will be reading at M.I.T in Cambridge, Massachusetts

on Thursday, April 3 at 7 pm

Room 56-114 (Whitaker Building), with access via 21 Ames St.


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