In this article on the Davidson College website, the new book by coeditors Alan Michael Parker and Rebecca Hazelton, The Manifesto Project, is loved up. Thanks to John Syme and the Davidson Communications folks for the coverage.
Look for new Alan Michael Parker poems in American Poetry Review and Barrow Street, among other journals.
The Ladder has been awarded the Brockman-Campbell Book Award for the best book of 2016 in the state of North Carolina by the NC Poetry Society. Illustrious previous winners include A.R. Ammons, Fred Chappell, and Kathryn Stripling Byer. It’s an honor!
Here’s AMP’s latest review of Don Delillo’s latest novel, Zero K, with all sorts of humbled bowing to the greatness of the greatest, and gratitude for a life that lets a person read such books (and talk about them in public. And …
Tuesday, May 30… you’ll need to be in Charleston, S.C., with the cool kids. That’s where AMP will be, in the beautiful outdoor courtyard of the historic Dock Street Theatre on Church Street, at 6:30 p.m. on the opening night of …
Here’s a link to a story on AMP’s reading at UCONN. With thanks to Bruce Cohen–and Ben Grossberg at the U of Hartford too–for hosting.
The Best American Poetry blog had named Alan Michael Parker’s “Bad Workshops” one of its top-10 blog posts of 2016, as determined by readers. Check out the cheeky little article here.