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Huffington Post review of Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone

By |July 3rd, 2014|Alan Semerdjian, Blog, GPB News|

Alan Semerdjian's In the Architecture of Bone is reviewed at the Huffington Post. Atamian writes On the eve of the 100th commemoration of the Armenian Genocide of 1915, I was happy to revisit Alan Semerdjian's fascinating 2009 book of poetry In the Architecture of Bone...

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Poetry Daily features Emma Bolden

By |April 14th, 2013|Blog, GPB News|

A packed prose poem that features a cherub sans head and delivers the goods in just eight sentences, "Damage," by GenPop Books author Emma Bolden (Maleficae), is featured today at Poetry Daily.

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By |November 20th, 2012|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

Photo: John Miller At Bookforum, Lydia Millet discusses her new novel, Magnificence. Fiction constantly deals with personal and individual loss, but [...]

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By |November 18th, 2012|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

Female Genital Cutting. Some refer to it as Female Circumcision; others call it Female Genital Mutilation. As a child, I knew it as [...]

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By |November 17th, 2012|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

At Big Other, Amber Sparks reviews Michael Kimball's Big Ray: In Michael Kimball‘s books, writing is an act of quiet devastation. By treating [...]

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Blake Butler & Vanessa Place, via Christopher Higgs, are One

By |November 2nd, 2012|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

In theory or even usually, three contemporary majors like Butler, Higgs, and Place interlocking works inside a single book would leave users fannishly dissecting more than reading, but One is something way else. It’s as sublimely integrated as any single-minded novel I can think of, but with this absolutely crazy mega-wattage. I.e., not since Ashbery and Schuyler co-made A Nest of Ninnies, but, whoa, even more so.

– Dennis Cooper

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By |October 26th, 2012|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

Marc Perrusquia is still smarting from his decision to regurgitate wholesale the State of Arkansas’s fictional case against the West Memphis Three, in [...]

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By |August 18th, 2012|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

Is there any hope for Robert Adams and Creative Frontiers School? Unlike any number of molestation cases ably handled by competent law enforcement [...]

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New Review of Julianna Spallholz’s The State Of Kansas

By |January 31st, 2012|Blog, FRONTPAGE, GPB News, Julianna Spallholz|

Amber Sparks at Vouched Books reviews Julianna Spallholz's fiction debut, The State Of Kansas (GenPop Books, 2012). Being fans of Sparks's own fiction, it's something of a double honor for all of us here at GenPop. "If Lydia Davis knew more people who hung out shirtless in small places and owned pitbulls instead of pedigreed cats, her stories might look at little like Julianna Spallholz’s," writes Sparks. "Lucky for us, we’ve already got Julianna Spallholz to write those stories."

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Fiction: Elena Georgiou

By |December 16th, 2011|Magazine|

from The Immigrant’s Refrigerator   HUMMUS Who would have believed that ground chickpeas with garlic, olive oil, and lemon juice, formed into a [...]

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By |August 16th, 2011|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

More on the apparently false case against Robert Adams and Creative Frontiers: It wasn’t exactly a burning building into which armed officers rushed [...]

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By |July 30th, 2011|NOARCHIVE, NOBLOG, NOFEED|

More developments re Robert "Mr. Bob" Adams and Creative Frontiers. "Supporters of Robert Adams and CFS packed Council Chambers at the Civic Center, [...]

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