Ugly Duckling Presse

07.17.2017 | G.L. Ford’s Sans reviewed on Yellow Rabbits

07.01.2017 | G.L. Ford’s Sans reviewed on The Broadkill Review

07.07.2017 | Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly reviewed on New Pages

05.30.17 | Kevin Opstedal ‘s Pacific Standard Time reviewed in Ton Van ‘T Hof

06.23.17 | Waly Salamão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber (tr. Maryam Monalisa Gharavi) longlisted for the 2017 PEN Award for Poetry in Translation

06.22.17 | Alan Felsenthal discusses Lowly on KCRW’s Bookworm

06.15.17 I Jeannine Marie Pitas’ translations of Marosa di Giorgio’s I Remember Nightfall featured on Ohio Edit

06.14.17 I Jeannine Marie Pitas’ translations of Marosa di Giorgio’s I Remember Nightfall featured on Tupelo Quarterly

06.09.17 I Written in the Dark featured on The Paris Review

06.06.17 | Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly reviewed on Shelf Awareness

06.06.17 | Sho Sugita discusses Spiral Staircase on Cross Cultural Poetics

06.06.17 | Rachel Levitsky’s Neighbor reviewed by Vi Khi Nao on UDP’s Tumblr

05.25.17 I Hirato Renkichi’s Spiral Staircase reviewed on Reading in Translation

05.23.17 I Jennifer Nelson’s Aim at the Centaur Stealing Your Wife reviewed on Cold Front

05.16.17 | Alan Felsenthal interviewed for LitHub

05.17.17 | Florencia Castellano’s Monitored Properties reviewed on Drunken Boat

05.17.17 | Marina Tsvetaeva’s Letter to the Amazon in the Los Angeles Review of Books

05.15.17 I Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed on The Literary Review

05.15.17 I Monica de la Torre’s The Happy End / All Welcome reviewed on BOMB Magazine

05.11.17 | Sandra Liu’s On Poems On reviewed in Galatea Resurrects

05.11.17 | Polina Barskova interviewed for BOMB Magazine

05.04.17 | Waly Salomão’s Algravias: Echo Chamber reviewed in The Harvard Review

05.04.17 | Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly reviewed on Yellow Rabbits

05.03.17 | J. Gordon Faylor’s Registration Caspar reviewed in Jacket 2

04.28.17 | Constance DeJong’s Modern Love selected as a Staff Pick by The Paris Review

04.27.17 | Mónica de la Torre’s The Happy End / All Welcome featured on The Bookbinder’s Daughter

04.26.16 | Michael Ruby featured as Brooklyn Poets’ Poet of the Week

04.25.17 | Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

04.25.17 I Kevin Opstedal’s Pacific Standard Time reviewed by Bill Mohr on his blog

04.17.17 I Mónica de la Torre’s The Happy End/All Welcome featured on Literary Hub

04.19.17 | J. Gordon Faylor’s Registration Caspar reviewed in Queen Mob’s Tea House

04.15.17 I Hirato Renkichi’s Spiral Staircase reviewed on Hyperallergic

04.11.17 Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not For The Earth reviewed by Sam DiBella in The Collagist

04.04.17 I A Conversation with Eugene Ostashevsky featured on Music & Literature

04.04.17 I Polina Barskova’s Written in the Dark reviewed in Galatea Resurrects 2017

04.03.17 I Hirato Renkichi’s Spiral Staircase featured on The Volta Blog

04.03.17 I Dodie Bellamy’s The TV Sutras featured on Literary Hub

03.30.17 | Mónica de la Torre’s The Happy End/All Welcome reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

03.23.17 | Luis Felipe Fabre’s Sor Juana and Other Monsters and Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz’s Enigmas reviewed in the Boston Review

03.22.17 | Mónica de la Torre’s The Happy End / All Welcome featured on The Culture Trip

03.15.17 | Waly Salomão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber featured on Heavy Feather Review

03.16.17 | Written in The Dark: Five Poets in the Siege of Leningrad reviewed in Exchanges Literary Journal

03.17.17 I Written In The Dark reviewed in Rain Taxi

03.17.17 I Florencia Castellano’s Monitored Properties reviewed in Rain Taxi

03.15.17 I Lewis Freedman’s Residual Synonyms for the Name of God reviewed on Music & Literature

03.20.17 I Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly chosen as a Small Press Distribution staff pick

03.18.17 I Alan Felsenthal’s Lowly reviewed on Hyperallergic

03.15.17 | Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not For The Earth reviewed in Translation Review

03.15.17 | Diana Arterian’s Death Centos featured in private group showing at the Morris Adjmi Architecture firm

03.13.17 l Tatsumi Hijikata’s Costume en Face: A Primer of Darkness for Young Boys and Girls, Mike Taylor’s Not knowing and No Collective’s Concertos reviewed by Stephen Barber in TDR: The Drama Review

03.09.17 l Will Daddario’s To Grieve reviewed on The Book Binder’s Daughter

02.28.17 | Hirato Renkichi’s Spiral Staircase reviewed on Queen Mob’s Teahouse

02.19.17 | Mónica De La Torre’s The Happy End/All Welcome reviewed in Galatea Resurrects

02.20.17 | Michael Boughn and Kent Johnson interviewed at Best American Poetry

02.23.17 | Will Daddario interviewed by Kate Jaeger for Ugly Duckling Presse

02.25.17 | Kate Colby’s I Mean reviewed in Today’s Book of Poetry

02.07.17 | Hirato Renkichi’s Spiral Staircase reviewed on The Culture Trip

02.09.17 | Sho Sugita featured on The Daily Iowan

01.31.17 | Ugly Duckling Presse featured on Worte des Widerstands

02.07.17 | Kevin Opstedal’s Pacific Standard Time Reviewed by Mike Sonksen in Entropy

2.06.17 | 6×6 #35 Reviewed on Rob McLennan’s Blog

01.30.17 | Sho Sugita featured in Mail Tribune

01.01.17 | Lewis Freedman’s Residual Synonyms reviewed in The Poetry Project Newsletter

01.02.17 | Waly Salamão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

01.02.17 | Written in the Dark reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

01.06.16 | Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not For The Earth reviewed by Sarah Pratt in Times Literary Supplement

1.10.17 | Bill Berkson’s Invisible Oligarchs reviewed on Heavy Feather Review

1.11.17 | Steve Dalachinsky interviewed by Lisa Chau in The Huffington Post

1.3.17 | J. Gordon Faylor’s Registration Caspar reviewed in American Microreviews and Interviews

12.14.16 | Written in the Dark reviewed by Melissa Beck on The Book Binder’s Daughter

12.14.16 | Kevin Opstedal’s Pacific Standard Time discussed by Elaine Equi on The Poetry Foundation’s Harriet blog

12.08.16 | Alejandra Pizarnik’s The Most Foreign Country reviewed by Karla Kelsey

12.06.16 | Laura Sims interviewed by Claudia F. Savage in BOMB Magazine

11.21.16 | Kevin Opstedal’s Pacific Standard Time reviewed by Michael Dennis

11.16.16 | Polina Barskova interviewed for Asymptote Journal

11.07.16 | Written in the Dark reviewed by Greg Bem in Queen Mob’s Tea House

11.01.16 | Bill Berkson’s Invisible Oligarchs reviewed by Claudia La Rocco on Affidavit

11.02.16 | Cathy Eisenhower’s distance decay reviewed in Rain Taxi

11.02.16 | Karen Weiser’s Or, / The Ambiguities reviewed by Ken L. Walker in Diagram

01.01.03 | Tomaž Šalamun’s Poker (now available in an expanded second edition) reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

10.27.16 | Written in the Dark reviewed by Piotr Florczyk in Los Angeles Review of Books

10.18.16 | Laura Sim’s Staying Alive reviewed in Gazing Grain Gazette

10.02.16 | Written in the Dark reviewed in The Yiddish Daily Forward

10.07.16 | J. Gordon Faylor’s Registration Caspar reviewed in Yellow Chair Review

10.05.16 | J. Gordon Faylor’s Registration Caspar reviewed by Jessica Sequeira in Entropy

09.27.16 | Waly Salamão’s Algaravias Echo Chamber reviewed on The Culture Trip

11.03.16 | Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz’s Enigmas reviewed by Paula Cisewski in Rain Taxi

09.01.2016 | Stalina Emmanuelle Villarreal interviewed by Leticia Urieta in Front Porch Journal

9.12.16 | Bill Berkson’s Invisible Oligarchs reviewed in The Broadkill Review by Scott Whitaker

07.12.16 | Marina Tsvetaeva’s Letter to the Amazon reviewed by Emma Brown Sanders in Full Stop

09.01.16 | Marina Tsvetaeva’s Letter to the Amazon featured in World Literature Today

09.01.16 | Bernadette Mayer profiled in The New Yorker

09.01.16 | Jennifer Nelson’s Aim at the Centaur Stealing Your Wife reviewed by Maggie Millner at The Collagist

18.29.16 | Erica Baum’s Dog Ear reviewed by Alexis Zanghi at The Collagist

08.16.16 | Orbita Group featured on Deep Baltic

08.16.16 | Waly Salomão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber reviewed by Michael Dennis

08.16.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive recommended at The Paris Review

08.16.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed by Trista Edwards at The Los Angeles Review

08.01.16 | Kate Colby in conversation with Mary-Kim Arnold on The Conversant

08.10.16 | Waly Salomão’s A legacy of Wallace Stevens featured in The Literary Review

08.05.16 | Waly Salomão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber reviewed in ALTA by Allison Grimaldi-Donahue

07.27.2016 | A Maxwell’s Candor Is the Brightest Shield reviewed by Stephen Burt in The Los Angeles Review of Books

07.15.2016 | Miloš Djurdjević’s Morse, My Deaf Friend reviewed in Galatea Resurrects

07.15.2016 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray reviewed in Galatea Resurrects

07.15.2016 | Mariana Marin’s Paper Children reviewed in Galatea Resurrects

06.31.16 | Waly Salomão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber mentioned at Pernambuco

07.09.16 | Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not for the Earth (tr. by Rawley Grau) reviewed in The Northwest Review of Books

7.8.2016 | Lewis Warsh Remembers Bill Berkson (1939-2016)

06.16.16 | Dolores Dorantes & Rodrigo Flores Sánchez’s Intervene reviewed by Vincent Francone in Three Percent

07.05.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed at The Found Poetry Review

07.06.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

07.01.16 | Jennifer Stella’s Your lapidarium feels wrought reviewed at rob mclennan’s blog

06.23.16 | Waly Salomão’s Algaravias: Echo Chamber, translated by Maryam Monalisa Gharavi, reviewed at Asymptote

06.24.16 | Luis Felipe Fabre’s Sor Juana y otros monstruos translated by John Pluecker recommended at The Paris Review

06.23.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed by Michaela Mullin at Nomadic Press

06.17.16 | Bill Berkson’s Invisible Oligarchs recommended at The Paris Review

06.16.16 | UDP profiled in minor literature[s]

06.08.16 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy and Corina Copp’s The Green Ray reviewed at Kenyon Review

06.10.16 | Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not for the Earth (tr. by Rawley Grau) reviewed in Publishers Weekly

06.08.16 | 6×6 #32 reviewed in Broken Pencil Magazine

06.01.16 | Amy Narneeloop’s HAIR reviewed by Neyat Yohannes at Vagabond City

06.01.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed by Sara Burant at OmniVerse

05.13.16 | Karen Weiser’s Or, The Ambiguities reviewed in Oxford Poetry

05.24.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed at Heavy Feather Review

05.21.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed at Broken Pencil Magazine

05.18.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed on Strange Horizons

05.13.16 | Luis Felipe Fabre’s Sor Juana & Other Monsters reviewed in Exchanges Literary Journal

05.12.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed on Fjords

05.06.16 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed in Broken Pencil Magazine

05.04.16 | Laura Sims interviewed on Touch the Donkey

04.29.16 | Kevin M. F. Platt interviewed in Exchanges Literary Journal

03.07.16 | Andy Fitch interviewed by Christopher Schmidt at The Volta Blog

04.21.16 | Cathy Eisenhower interviewed by Elizabeth Kolenda

04.20.16 | Yuko Otomo interviewed by Madeleine Braun

04.21.16 | It’s No Good by Kirill Medvedev is reviewed on Asymptote

04.19.16 | Jennifer Nelson interviewed by Jessica Tolbert

04.21.16 | Jennifer Nelson’s Aim at the Centaur Stealing your Wife reviewed by Scott Whitaker in Broadkill Review

04.13.16 | Michalis Pichler’s The Ego and Its Own reviewed on Ramingo!

04.16.16 | The Orbita Group’s Hit Parade reviewed in The Northwest Review of Books

04.01.16 | Rob Halpern’s Common Place reviewed by Stephen Boyer in The Poetry Project Newsletter #247

04.07.16 | Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not for the Earth (tr. by Rawley Grau) reviewed by Jarrod Annis in Three Percent

03.30.16 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed by F. Daniel Rzicznek in The Literary Review

03.28.16 | Leslie Allison’s Martha reviewed by Micheal Dennis on Today’s Book of Poetry

03.16.16 | Yevgeny Baratynsky’s A Science Not for the Earth (tr. by Rawley Grau) reviewed in the Slavic and East European Journal

03.15.16 | Laura Sims in conversation with Kenneth Calhoun on Literary Hub

03.14.16 | Inger Wold Lund’s Leaving Leaving Behind Behind on Rob Mclennan’s Blog

03.10.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed by Greg Bem in Queen Mob’s Teahouse

03.07.16 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed in The Los Angeles Review

03.02.16 | Laura Sims’ Staying Alive reviewed by James Wagner in The Mirage

02.25.16 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy recommended by Dianca London in Lenny

02.25.16 | Sor Juana’s ENIGMAS reviewed by Justin Goodman in Cleaver

02.23.16 | Jennifer Stella’s Your lapidarium feels wrought. reviewed by Greg Bem in Queen Mob’s Teahouse

02.01.16 | Jennifer Nelson’s Aim At the Centaur Stealing Your Wife reviewed by Benjamin Champagne in New Pages

02.15.16 | Rob Halpern interviewed by Cosmo Spinosa for Open House

02.01.16 | Hoa Nguyen’s Tells of the Crackling reviewed by Allison Noelle Conner in The Volta Blog

02.10.16 | Amy Narneeloop’s Hair reviewed by Toby Altman in Entropy Magazine

02.08.16 | Luis Felipe Fabre’s Sor Juana and Other Monsters reviewed by Matt Bucher in molossus

02.03.16 | 6×6 #32 & #33 reviewed by Rob McLennan

01.02.16 | Hoa Nguyen’s Tells of the Crackling reviewed by Klara Du Plessis in Broken Pencil Magazine

11.18.15 | Adhemar Ahmad’s Hannibal Barca reviewed in Rambling Digital Humanist

01.19.16 | Andrew Maxwell Interviewed by Deborah Meadows for Jacket2

01.25.16 | Cathy Eisenhower’s distance decay reviewed by Tova Gananna in The Arava Review

01.22.16 | Kate Colby’s I Mean reviewed by Nichole Reber in New Pages

1.12.16 | Diana’s Tree and Intervenir/Intervene Reviewed by Ian Baran for NYPL

01.07.15 | Sor Juana’s Enigmas and Luis Felipe Fabre’s Sor Juana and Other Monsters reviewed by Kathleen Rooney in Chicago Tribune

12.03.16 | Corina Copp interviewed by Dorothea Lasky for LA Review Of Books

01.05.16 | Kate Colby’s I Mean reviewed by Nichole L. Reber in New Pages

12.15.15 | Karen Weiser’s Or, the Ambiguities mentioned in The New Yorker

01.05.16 | Jill Magi with Andy Fitch in The Conversant

12.20.15 | Jennifer Nelson’s Aim At The Centaur Stealing Your Wife reviewed in Publishers Weekly

12.17.15 | Michael Thomas Taren’s Eunuchs featured in 3:AM Magazine

12.17.15 | Hit Parade: The Orbita Group reviewed in Language Hat

12.17.15 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray featured in Poets & Writers‘ Fractures Through Time

12.17.15 | Intervenir/Intervene and The Green Ray included on Entropy‘s Best of 2015 Poetry

12.14.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy, Corina Copp’s The Green Ray, and Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction listed in Dennis Cooper’s Mine for yours: My favorite fiction, poetry, nonfiction, music, film, art & internet of 2015

12.10.15 | Michalis Pichler’s The Ego and Its Own reviewed by Lynn Maliszewski in caa.reviews

12.09.15 | Luis Felipe Fabre’s Sor Juana and Other Monsters reviewed by Alexis Almeida in Asymptote

12.08.15 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray featured in Literary Hub’s 30 Must-Read Poetry Debuts from 2015

12.03.15 | Michael Kasper interviewed by Woody Leslie in Journal of Artists’ Books

11.29.15 | Inger Wold Lund’s Leaving Leaving Behind Behind reviewed by Eileen Tabios in Galatea Resurrects

11.30.15 | Srečko Kosovel’s Look Back, Look Ahead reviewed by Monica Manolachi in Galatea Resurrects

11.30.15 | Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction reviewed by James Yeary in Galatea Resurrects

11.27.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy included in Literary Hub’s The Consumerist Canon: A Black Friday Reading List

11.23.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy included in Flavorwire’s The 50 Best Independent Press Books of 2015

11.24.15 | Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction reviewed by Ryan Nowlin in Poetry Project Newsletter

11.21.15 | Alejandra Pizarnik’s The Most Foreign Country reviewed by John Taylor in The Antioch Review

09.10.15 | Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction reviewed by Tony Iantosca in Dukool

11.17.15| Julien Poirer’s new audio book Higher in Canada posted on SoundCloud

11.15.15 | Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction Reviewed by Michael Dennis in Today’s Book of Poetry

11.16.15| A Maxwell’s Candor is the Brightest Shield reviewed by Calvin Bedient in Lana Turner

11.11.15 | Inger Wold Lund’s Leaving Leaving Behind Behind reviewed by Tova Gannana in Rain Taxi

11.09.15 | Filip Marinovich’s Wolfman Librarian profiled by Michael del Castillo in Literary Manhattan

11.06.15 | Steven Zultanski’s Bribery reviewed by Marie Buck for Prelude

11.03.15 | Hoa Nguyen’s Tells of the Crackling reviewed in New Pages

11.02.15 | Cathy Eisenhower’s distance decay reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

11.02.15 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray reviewed in ARCHIVES for the Resonance Reading Series by Klara Du Plessis

10.07.15 | Tatsumi Hijikata and Moe Yamamoto’s Costume En Face reviewed by Sarah Gerard in Hazlitt

10.07.15 | Tatsumi Hijikata and Moe Yamamoto’s Costume En Face reviewed by Heather Kapplow in Artdependence

10.06.15 | Dolores Dorantes & Rodrigo Flores Sánchez’s Intervenir/Intervene reviewed in Publisher’s Weekly

09.29.15 | Yelena Gluzman Interviewed about Emergency Index by Sylvan Oswald for Osmos Magazine

09.29.15 | Tatsumi Hijikata’s Costume En Face reviewed by Yuko Otomo and Steve Dalachinsky in The Otter

09.24.15 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray reviewed in Scout

09.22.15 | Rob Halpern’s Common Place reviewed by Cosmo Pappas for The Michigan Daily

09.18.15 | Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction mentioned by Nicole Rudick in the Paris Review

9.9.15| Purdy Lord Kreiden’s Children of the Bad Hour reviewed by Daniel Poppick in Rain Taxi

9.9.15| Maged Zaher’s Sugar Break Reviewed by Chris Martin in Rain Taxi

09.08.15 | Dodie Bellamy’s The TV Sutras and Barf Manifesto discussed by Lidija Haas in Bookforum

09.08.15 | Kate Colby’s I Mean reviewed in Publishers Weekly

09.01.15 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray reviewed in the Boston Review

08.27.15 | Publisher Profile on UDP posted at Asymptote

08.26.15 | Tatsumi Hijikata’s Costume En Face reviewed by Siobhan Burke in The New York Times

08.17.15 | 6×6 #32 reviewed in NewPages

08.06.15 | Steven Zultanski’s Bribery reviewed on Dwarf + Giant

08.03.15 | Karen Szczepanski in conversation with Lewis Warsh

07.27.15 | Tatsumi Hijikata and Moe Yamamoto’s Costume En Face reviewed in the Boston Review

07.27.15 | Filip Marinovich’s Wolfman Librarian reviewed in the Boston Review

07.16.15 | Yuko Otomo interviewed by Greg Nissan for Asymptote

07.09.15 | Rob Halpern’s Common Place reviewed by Dodie Bellamy for Fanzine

07.08.15 | Rebecca Wolff’s Warden reviewed by Michael Dennis

07.06.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed on Human Parts

07.02.15 | Alejandra Pizarnik’s Diana’s Tree featured in TANK

07.01.15 | Hijikata’s Costume En Face reviewed in the Boston Review

07.01.15 | Filip Marinovich’s Wolfman Librarian reviewed in the Boston Review

07.01.15 | Wolfman Librarian reviewed by CAConrad in Harriet

06.17.15 | A complete recording of American Songbook by Michael Ruby posted on PennSound

06.15.15 | Michael Thomas Taren’s Eunuchs reviewed in Entropy

06.11.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed in Heavy Feather Review

06.10.15 | Nathaniel Farrell’s Newcomer reviewed in St.Louis Magazine

06.05.15 | Dan Owen and Emmalea Russo interviewed by Tova Gannana for The Arava Review

06.05.15 | Corina Copp’s The Green Ray reviewed in The Arava Review

06.05.15 | Kate Colby’s I Mean reviewed in The Arava Review

06.01.15 | Rebecca Wolff’s Warden reviewed on Little Reviews for Busy People

06.02.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed by Sarah Trudgeon in Sink

05.28.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy reviewed by Luna Miguel in PlayGround

05.21.15 | Alejandra Pizarnik featured in Music & Literature, No. 6

05.15.15 | A Hundred Thousand Hours by Gro Dahle reviewed by Melissa Dickey in The Kenyon Review

05.11.15 | Matvei Yankelevich interviewed by Collective Show, Pt. 2

05.05.15 | Diana’s Tree by Alejandra Pizarnik, translated by Yvette Siegert and Compleat Catalogue of Comedic Novelties by Lev Rubinstein, translated by Philip Metres and Tatiana Tulchinsky shortlisted for the 2015 Best Translated Book Award

05.07.15 | Sor Juana and Other Monsters by Luis Felipe Fabre featured in Words Without Borders

05.06.15 |Seascape by Heimrad Bäcker reviewed in Rain Taxi

05.06.15 | I Mean by Kate Colby reviewed on Queen Mob’s Teahouse

05.06.15 | Wolfman Librarian by Filip Marinovich reviewed on NewPages.com

05.01.15 | Ben Fama and Sarah Gerard in a conversation on the Literary Hub

04.30.15 | Corina Copp interviewed by ARTINFO

04.30.15 | Candor is the Brightest Shield by A Maxwell reviewed by Laura Moriarty in Harriet

04.27.15 | Diana’s Tree by Alejandra Pizarnik and Compleat Catalogue by Lev Rubinstein long-listed for Three Percent’s Best Translated Book Award

04.24.15 | Ben Fama interviewed on the The Believer Logger

04.22.15 | Apart by Catherine Taylor reviewed by Alexis Clements in Hyperallergic

04.23.15 | Fantasty, Ventrakl, and One Sleeps the Other Doesn’t listed in Flavorwire’s 50 Best American Poetry Books of the Decade

04.22.15 |Fantasy by Ben Fama mentioned on Harriet

04.21.15 | Matvei Yankelevich interviewed on the Collective Show Blog

04.20.15 | The Garden by Ed Steck reviewed by Afton Wilky in Jacket2

04.16.15 | Art & Nature by Daniel Bouchard reviewed in SCOUT

04.09.15 | The Green Ray by Corina Copp reviewed in Publishers Weekly

04.07.15 | Fantasy by Ben Fama reviewed in Publishers Weekly

04.06.15 | Patrick Greaney’s translation of Bäcker’s Seascape reviewed in Rain Taxi

04.06.15 | Jen Bervin interviewed by Numéro Cinq

04.02.15 | Lewis Warsh’s Alien Abduction reviewed by John Olson in Tillalala Chronicles

03.31.15 | Ben Fama interviewed on The Rumpus

03.16.15. | Ana Jelnikar, a translator of Kosovel’s Look Back, Look Ahead, interviewed by Marta Stemberger of Arinna, Inc.

03.27.15 | Diana’s Tree longlisted for a PEN Award for Poetry in Translation

03.16.15 | Ventrakl by Christian Hawkey reviewed in The Improbable

03.16.15 | Songs of S. by Robert Seydel reviewed in The Improbable

03.16.15 | Fantasy by Ben Fama reviewed in American Microreviews

03.13.15 | Ben Fama interviewed on Slice and Dice

03.12.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy featured on Today’s Book of Poetry

03.11.15 | Kenneth Goldsmith discusses Bribery in the New Yorker

03.06.15 | Michael Ruby interviewed on Rob Mclennan’s blog

03.04.15 | Daniel Bouchard’s Art and Nature reviewed in Colorado Review

03.03.15 | Craig Foltz’s We Used To Be Everywhere reviewed in Mula Blanca

03.03.15 | Diana Hamilton’s Universe reviewed in New Pages

02.27.15 | Robert Walser’s Answer to an Inquiry featured on The Paris Review Daily

02.24.15 | Ben Fama’s Fantasy featured in Entropy

02.19.15 |Purdey Lord Kreiden’s Children of the Bad Hour reviewed in Mobile Reviews

02.19.15 | Nathaniel Farrell’s Newcomer reviewed in Poetry Salzburg Review

02.18.15 | Sixty Morning Talks reviewed on The Volta Blog

02.18.15 | Emergency Index Vol. 3 featured on Contemporary Theatre Review

02.14.15 | Diana’s Tree reviewed in The Literary Review

02.09.15 | Compleat Catalogue of Comedic Novelties by Lev Rubinstein reviewed by Douglas Messerli in Hyperallergic

02.04.15 | Andy Fitch’s Sixty Morning Walks reviewed on The Volta Blog

02.04.15 | Robert Fitterman’s No, Wait. Yep. Definitely Still Hate Myself reviewed on The Found Poetry Review

02.04.15 | Charles Bernstein discusses Lev Rubenstein’s Compleat Catalogue of Comedic Novelties on Jacket2

01.31.15 | Alejandra Pizarnik’s Diana’s Tree featured on Cross Cultural Poetics

01.27.15 | Ed Steck’s The Garden reviewed in Ghost Proposal

01.23.15 | Steven Zultanski’s Bribery reviewed on Lemonhound

01.23.15 | Dodie Bellamy’s TV Sutras reviewed in The Boston Review

01.16.15 | Diana’s Tree reviewed on the Alluringly Short blog

01.01.15 | Diana’s Tree reviewed in The White Review

12.31.14 | Robert Fitterman’s No, Wait. Yep…. reviewed by Jacket2 Magazine

01.05.15 | Bribery reviewed on The Volta Blog

01.02.15 | The Errant Astrologers featured on zoran rosko vacuum player blog

12.31.14 | Bribery reviewed in Fanzine

12.31.14 | Bribery and Songs of S. reviewed by Blake Butler in Vice

12.29.14 | Songs of S. reviewed in Bookforum

12.07.14 | A poetic engagement of Saroyan’s Complete Minimal Poems in Galatea Resurrects

12.06.14 | Julien Poirier’s Stained Glass Windows of California reviewed in Galatea Resurrects

12.14.14 | Newcomer reviewed on The Arava Review

12.01.14 | Entropy names The TV Sutras one of the best non-fiction books of 2014

12.15.14 | Diana’s Tree is one of Three Percent’s 50 Best Books in Translation for 2014

11.19.14 | No Collective featured in Leonardo Music Journal’s < 40: Emerging Voices