What did I expect?
That things would rename.
I clambered and sank
in nature and in
houses, head of
the stairs pausing
successful, in high dry
air. No fire anywhere.
Dispatcher warns of accident.
Demands an alternate route.
Ten-year-old kids duck,
dissolve and collapse,
face window after
This pdf offers a new set of perma-links pertaining to the work of Adam Fieled and the Philly Free School artists. Enjoy!
We’re gearing up for our next festival, Welcome to Boog City 8.5. it
will take place Presidents’ Day weekend, Sat. Feb. 14-Sun. Feb. 15,
2015, at Unnameable Books in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn and Sidewalk
Cafe in the East Village.
WBC 8.5 will feature 50 poets (plus poets from our [ … ]
An event with Vidhu Aggarwal and Bishakh Som in which they combine poetry/performance and Comix at Latitude Chicago (http://www.latitudechicago.org/), Wed. September 24, 7 pm
Here’s an interview about the collaboration:
Comics, Narrative, and the Unstable Other in Who’s Hump?
Read more: Comics, Narrative, and the Unstable Other in Who’s Hump? (Includes interview)
Comics, Narrative, and the Unstable [ … ]
from 8th to 31st October the international exhibition OLE.01 will take place at Royal Palace in Naples; I will exhibit there the interactive installation “Big Splash”, which consists of digital photography on the theme of water + poems from around the world. You are invited to participate in the network of poets with [ … ]
We are pleased to announce our second What Where Series of the semester! This event is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!
What Where Series: Readings by Rachel Levitsky, Kurt Gutjahr, and Janice Gould
Tuesday, September 30
PAC (Performing Arts Center)
Rachel Levitsky is the author of a novel, The [ … ]
Correction: This reading will feature Rachel Levitsky, Kurt Gutjahr, and Janice Gould.
Ariella Ruth, MFA
Graduate Academic Advisor
Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics
From: Ariella Ruth Goldberg
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2014 5:15 PM
Subject: Sept. 30: What Where Series: Readings by Miranda Mellis, Tina Brown [ … ]
E-POETRY [ 2015 ] : BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA : NEW PATHS, NEW VOICES / NUEVAS RUTAS, NUEVAS VOCES [ June 9-12, 2015 ]
Submissions: Jan. 7, 2015 — Early Registration: March 15, 2015
The Heart is the Capital of the Mind— / The Mind is a single State—
The Heart and the Mind together make [ … ]
The following Open Library pages for the following books by American poet Adam Fieled now feature links to full-text versions of the books, and other emendations as well: Opera Bufa, When You Bit…, Apparition Poems, Equations, Cheltenham, and Two Teens Trilogies.
CHICAGO, The Chicago School of Poetics is an online school that offers compelling poetry classes without the MFA time commitment, pressure, or price tag. Founded in Chicago in 2011 by poet Francesco Levato, The School places an emphasis on craft. Instructors at The School focus on the merits of student writing on its own terms. [ … ]
The Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to invite you to:
POETS OF THE ITALIAN DIASPORA
Round Table and Readings
Wednesday, September 17 6PM
Italian Cultural Institute
686 Park Avenue New York
Poets of the Italian Diaspora is part of a long-range project, by the editors and contributors, to expand the boundaries of the Italian literary canon. In [ … ]
With Occupy turning three, I thought I’d share our Occupy at one
issue, our biggest non-Portable Boog Reader issue ever. You can read
Your Friends at Boog City
Boog City 73
***Our Occupy at One Section***
—”‘One of my hopes,’ says Fagin, ‘is always that people will claim
their own authority and empower themselves to meet [ … ]
Upcoming readings – please join me!
Saturday, September 27
Dream Traveler: 100 Thousand Poets for Change in New York City
94 Avenue A
New York, New York 10009
6:00 pm EST
Sunday, September 28
@MadHat at the Dumbo Arts Festival
Berl’s Poetry Shop
126A Front St
Brooklyn, New York 11209
2:00 pm EST
Monday, September 29
Tuesday poem #76 : Paul Hoover : The Darkness of the Subjunctive
coming up: Emily Carr, Kate Schapira + Johanna Skibsrud
to be removed from this list, just ask (politely,
Tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16) the Kelly Writers House will host two events celebrating the work of Cid Corman. Both events will be webcast live. To connect to the video stream, go here
at the time of each event.
At 4 PM (Philadelphia time) I will moderate a discussion about Corman’s work featuring Thomas Devaney, Gregory Dunne, [ … ]
We hope to see you tomorrow for our first What Where Series of the semester! This event is free and open to the public.
What Where Series: Readings by Miranda Mellis, Tina Brown Celona, and Bin Ramke
Tuesday, September 16
PAC (Performing Arts Center)
Guests’ books will be for sale at the reading-CASH ONLY!
Miranda Mellis is the author [ … ]
Happily announcing Eleven Eleven #17, featuring double bomb poetry by Ken Babstock, Sommer Browning, Ewa Chrusciel, Tim Craven, Janine Deibel, Stuart Dischell, Meg Eden, Logan Ellis, Susana Gardner, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Nicholas Grider, Dale Houstman, Amorak Huey, Y. Jelal Huyler, Janine Joseph, Susan Landers, Sara Larsen, Jane Lewty, Olga Livshin, Warren C. Longmire, [ … ]
This Sunday, September 21, Gloria Frym joins us live in the studio and will read from/discuss her forthcoming collection, The True Patriot. Tune in 11:30am-12:30pm PT @ savekusf.org, SF Community Radio.
Gloria Frym is a poet and prose writer. She is the author of two short stories collections–Distance No Object (City Lights Books), and How [ … ]
Classes start November 1st and we have 6-week online courses designed to give you the opportunity to work with our faculty in a shortened format that costs less and requires less of a time commitment. Check out courses like Poetry and Feminist Theory, Prose Poetry, and returning courses like Red-Headed Stepchild, Pulse Poem Pulse, and [ … ]
On Writing #39 : Peter Norman : Red Pen of Fury!
coming up: j/j hastain, Gary Barwin + Jason Christie
also: Touch the Donkey supplement #8: seven questions with Susan Holbrook
New and On View: Mudlark Flash No. 89 (2014)
Fujita-San Writes Fukushima
by Kim Peter Kovac
Kim Peter Kovac works nationally and internationally in theater for young audiences with an emphasis on new play development and networking. He tells stories on stages as producer of new plays, and tells stories in writing with lineated poems, prose poems, creative [ … ]
Ugly Duckling Presse’s Lighght Reading series will be held at The Floating Library on September 21 at 4pm, with readings from Diana Hamilton and Lyric Hunter, and a musical performance from Twins of El Dorado.
Diana Hamilton is the author of Okay, Okay (Truck Books, 2012) and Universe (UDP, 2014). Lyric Hunter graduated from the Cooper [ … ]
the Poetry Motel Foundation
Third Thursday Poetry Night
the Social Justice Center
33 Central Ave., Albany, NY
September 18, 2014
7:00 sign up; 7:30 start
No featured poet this month — so bring an extra poem.
$3.00 suggested donation, more if you got it, less if you can’t.
Your replacement host, el presidente Thom Francis.
Coming up in 2014:
October 16: Elaine Cohen
November 20: [ … ]
Rochester Institute of Technology¨College of Liberal Arts
Position Title: Instructional Faculty
Faculty Rank: Assistant Professor
Faculty Type: Tenure Track
Application Deadline: November 8, 2014
Anticipated Start Date: August 14, 2015
DETAILED JOB DESCRIPTION∫
Situated within a vibrant technological university, the English Department seeks a scholar in digital writing and new media production [ … ]
Please join us for a reading by Ed Sanders to celebrate the Granary Books publication of A Book of Glyphs
Thursday, September 18, 2014 6:30 PM
The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue
New York City
ROOM: 1218. Segal Theatre
Join legendary author, musician, and Fugs founder Ed Sanders for a visual presentation and discussion of his [ … ]
Big Star’s Third/Sister Lovers is now available both to be listened to and downloaded on Internet Archive. The ’78 album features classics like “Holocaust” and “Kangaroo.” In addition the pdf I Want To White Out: A 3rd/Sister Lovers Collection, also on Internet Archive, offers a full semi-treatise of commentary by American poet Adam [ … ]
If you’ll be in the NYC/NJ area in late October then perhaps hope you’ll
consider attending the Dodge Poetry Festival (October 23rd to 26th). And if you
teach then both you and your students can get in at reduced prices.
I’ll be featured on the Saturday at 1:30. So come by if you’re there.
The Dodge [ … ]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Dream Traveler: 100 Thousand Poets for Change in New York City
94 Avenue A, New York, New York 10009
Saturday, September 27, 6–8 pm
New York City: September 27 marks the fourth annual global event of 100 Thousand Poets for Change, [ … ]
Drunken Boat 19 – now live at http://www.drunkenboat.com
Flash Funny | Greek Poets | Art
Translation | Nonfiction | Fiction | Poetry
We’re delighted to introduce you to the astonishing artists and writers
included in DB19. DB19 features three specially edited folios: fifteen
contemporary Greek poets, selected and edited by Vassilis Manoussakis;
thirty eight pieces of [ … ]