A reprint of an advertisement of interest.
Gallatin School, New York University
March 4–6, 2010
New York University’s Gallatin School will host a conference, co-sponsored by the Poetry Society of America, on March 4, 5, and 6, 2010, on the work of Wallace Stevens. Stevens’ poetry will be at the center of the conference, and speakers include some of Stevens’ most distinguished readers—scholars and poets alike. Presentations will consider Stevens’ early work in New York in relation to the temper of the times, but also how his continuous relationship to the city might have helped to shape his later poetry. Those interested in attending or in receiving more information should contact
A reprint of a press release of interest from the Poetry Foundation.
You supply the readers, we’ll supply the poems!
A limited number of free copies of the April 2009 issue of Poetry will be given to book discussion groups that request them by March 1. You’ll be able to consider the thought-provoking commentary and poems—or simply read them aloud. All we ask in return is that you send us a brief account of your discussion.
After 10 years, founding partner Robert Wynne is leaving Cider Press Review to pursue other projects. His contributions to the press will be difficult to replace, so in consequence, Cider Press Review is looking for two new Associate Editors, an Associate Poetry Editor who will be primarily responsible for the annual journal, and an Associate Book Editor who will focus on our annual Book Award. Cider Press publishes only poetry. See samples online at www.ciderpressreview.com.
Two Associate Editors Wanted full post
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