Daily News from Poets & Writers

Award-Winning Poet James Tate Has Died, the Art of Anthology Editing, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.9.15

Rae Armantrout discusses her new poetry collection; Amazon’s review policy sparks backlash; the effort to save William Blake’s cottage continues; and other news.

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Translating Japanese Fiction, #BooksNotBullets Campaign, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.8.15

The Loft Literary Center gets new executive director; “The Red Wheelbarrow’s” unsung inspiration; the persistence of literary magazines; and other news.

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Walt Whitman Family Home for Sale, Young Memoirists, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.7.15

Rabbi urges Amazon to pull Holocaust denial books; Wall Street Journal to post first chapter of Harper Lee novel online; a conversation with Lawrence Ferlinghetti; and other news.

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VIDA Announces Leadership Changes, Southern Gothic Lit’s Global Appeal, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.6.15

Authors reflect on Juan Felipe Herrera’s poet laureate appointment; Harper Lee novel may have been discovered years ago; P. J. Harvey publishes first poetry collection; and other news.

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Scribd Pulls Romance E-Books, Kafka’s Manuscripts Go to Israel Library, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.2.15

Poetry anthology remembers Mexico’s disappeared students; Barnes & Noble appoints new CEO; Dartmouth sponsors robot poetry contest; and other news.

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Adichie Sparks Twitter Feminism Debate, Revisiting Susan Sontag, and More

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Online Only, posted 7.1.15

Germany proposes curfew for buying erotic e-books; Poetry Flash faces potential closure; Jonathan Galassi on his new novel; and other news.

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