Privacy Policy Anthology Pushed Back to 8/18

We're sad to say that the NSA has delayed shipping for the Privacy Policy anthology until August 18th! Shame on them...

We've gathered up some fun links featuring surveillance poetics to tide you over until then. Good things come to those who wait, right?

Boston Review's Forum on Surveillance Poetics featuring poems by John Ashbery, Rae Armantrout, Cathy Park Hong, Roberst Pinsky, and more

PEN America featured four poems from the Privacy Policy Anthology as part of their symposium, "What's the Harm in Surveillance?"

Andrew Ridker had a great conversation with Privacy Policy poets Andrew Durbin and Ben Fama over at The Believer Logger - with a special bonus Erasure Poem from Dorothea Lasky

Nat. Brut Magazine featured a killer interview with Privacy Policy editor Andrew Ridker:

"Like most people, I had questions. How much of my information is available to the government and the public? Is a private life impossible to lead? How deep a rabbit hole is this, anyway? But nobody had any good answers. Not much has changed."

Read the rest of the interview here.