An interview with Lisa Haselton.

A conversation with Geoffrey Gatza.

A manifesto at AXON.

An interview by Rupert Loydell.

An interview by Rupert Loydell.

An interview by Heather Lang at The Volta Blog.

A review of Yoel Hoffman’s Moods.

An essay on writer’s block.

An interview by Jonathan Weinert.

An essay on “metacraft.”

A conversation with the poet Stephen Burt.

A conversation with the artist China Marks.

An essay on “the turn” in poetry.

One Hundred Definitions of Poetry, Each Unsound, at The Kenyon Review.

An interview by Karen Schubert at AGNI Online.

A symposium on “the most important contemporary poety,” convened by Anis Shivani at the Huffington Post.

An interview by Philip Metres.

An interview by Serena Agusto-Cox.

A feature on the Poet of the Month website.

A short feature on “The Book That Changed My Life” at the National Book Foundation website.

“Twenty Questions” about poetry and politics and other topics, on the Best American Poetry blog.


A collection of ten poems by Jüri Talvet at Trafika Europe.

Three poems at Stride Magazine:

All too much
Even more details
How low can it lean

A poem at One.

A poem at Angle magazine.

Three poems at Better magazine.

A poem in DIAGRAM.

Two poems in Unsplendid.

Two poems in Open Window Review.

A poem in the Taos Journal of Poetry & Art.

A poem by Fray Luis de León, in translation.

A poem by H. L. Hix, and five poems by Jüri Talvet.

Two poems by Juhan Liiv, translated by H. L. Hix and Jüri Talvet.

A small group of poems, introduced by Jessica Piazza.

Three poems, in a poetic dialogue with Jane Yeh.

A poem from First Fire, Then Birds.

A poem from First Fire, Then Birds.

Two poems from Incident Light, with a short interview about them by the editors of Poetry magazine.

Poems from “Synopsis,” the fourth sequence in Legible Heavens.

Poems from God Bless, with images by Debra Di Blasi.

A poem from “Eighteen Maniacs,” the second sequence in Chromatic.


The University of Wyoming Art Museum hosted a collaborative show in 2006, featuring a collaboration by artist Mark Ritchie and writer Alyson Hagy and a collaboration by artist Doug Russell and H. L. Hix. More information about that collaboration, and images of the work, are available at Doug Russell’s website.

H. L. Hix’s poetry sequence “Remarks on Color,” the opening sequence in Chromatic, was created as part of a collaboration, in which Hix responded to a series of monoprints by the artist Warren Rosser. Documentation of the collaboration, including images of the exhibition and of the individual prints, as well as a video and recordings of the poems, is at Warren Rosser’s website.