“Liberal Mediation,” by Tim Griffin, from Bookforum
“The Words Speak Themselves,” by Alan Davies, from Jacket2
“This,” by Rob Stanton, from Jacket2
“Versed,” by Todd Pederson, from Rain Taxi Review of Books
“Versed,” by Ken Jacobs, from The Montserrat Review
“The Mind is a Spa,” by Aaron Belz, from Cardus
“Vocal Cartographies: Public And Private” by Wolfgang Görstschacher, from the Poetry Salzburg Review
“Entangled,” by Dan Chiasson, from The New Yorker (partial access)
“Dark Matters,” by Mark Scroggins, from Parnassus
Scroggins examines the work of Armantrout and Peter Gizzi.
“‘Hard to say where / this occurs’: Domestic and Social Space and the Space of Writing in Rae Armantrout’s Work,” by Rob Stanton, from How2
Stanton explores the construction of space in Armantrout’s earlier work.
“Where Every Eye’s A Guard,” by Stephen Burt, from The Boston Review
Burt identifies the self-conscious, probing use of language that typifies all of Armantrout’s work.