Now Online/Boog City 99


The online pdf of Boog City 99 is now available. You can read it at:

enjoy, from your friends at Boog City,

David Kirschenbaum, editor
Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, art
Joel Schlemowitz, film
Jesse Statman, music
Buck Downs, poetry
Mark Gurarie, printed matter
Bruce Covey, small press


Boog City 99:

A W Please Tell Me What’s in [ … ]

immanent occasions update

There are two new posts to Immanent Occasions:

A review of Mark Weiss’s As Luck Would Have It

A review of Katy Bohinc’s Dear Alain

Thanks for your attention,

Donald Wellman

Poet, Translator, Independent Scholar


New Mudlark: Sarah Stickney

New and On View: Mudlark Poster No. 124 (2015)

Out to Tender
by Sarah Stickney

A Formal Feeling | Feather | Pomegranate
Paradise | Weren’t They Like Cherries

Sarah Stickney received her MFA from the University of New Hampshire. Her poems and translations have appeared in the U.S. and abroad in publications such as La Questione Romantica, Rhino, [ … ]

Touch the Donkey supplement #26: seven questions for ryan fitzpatrick

NEWLY POSTED! TtD supplement #26: seven questions for ryan fitzpatrick

also: TtD supplement #25: eight questions for Edward Smallfield

Copies of the fifth issue are still available, with new poems by Edward Smallfield,
Elizabeth Robinson, Rob Manery, lary timewell, nathan dueck, Christine McNair,
ryan fitzpatrick and Paige Taggart.

Seven dollars [ … ]

Evening Will Come: Canadian Feature,

The “Canadian Feature” I’ve edited for the May issue of Evening Will Come
is now online, featuring poetic statements by derek beaulieu, Amanda Earl,
Helen Hajnoczky, Peter Jaeger, Gil McElroy, Erín Moure, Nikki Reimer,
Natalie Simpson and lary timewell, as well as a brief introduction by yours truly.

Thanks so much [ … ]

17 seconds: a journal of poetry and poetics : quietly seeking submissions,

quietly seeking submissions for the next issue of seventeen seconds: a journal
of poetry and poetics, an online journal currently thinking about its twelfth issue:

of interviews and essays; send as .doc with bio to,
or feel free to query;

[note: the journal is NOT seeking poetry submissions at this time]

Call for Essays on Latino/a Poetics

Latino/a Poetics is a one-of-a-kind collection of essays that gathers thinking about Latino/a poetry and its nature and function from Latino/a poets in the United States from all walks of life. This anthology collects essays on the art of poetry by new, emerging, and established Latino/a poets. Latino/a Poetics will be useful for first-time and [ … ]

Apparition Poems: 2nd Edition: Open Library

The 2nd Edition of Apparition Poems, which features an apologia and Abby Heller-Burnham’s “Lost Twins” as a cover image, is held in a locked Internet Archive account and now has its own page on Open Library.


Announcing a journal of translation

Jacataqua, “home” to an anthology of American poetry ( and French translations of Barrett Watten’s Plasma / Parallels / “X”, Lyn Hejinian’s Gesualdo and Ron Silliman’s Albany, is happy to announce publication of a pdf journal and shorter, bi-monthly, chapbook-like bulletins. The journal’s name changes every issue, Tom Clark style.

Issue #1 - Jongler 1 [ … ]

This Sun./d.a. levy-palooza 2: bedfellows magazine / Factory Hollow Press

here’s a link to the online flyer for d.a. levy-palooza 2: celebrating 

two renegade presses and an advance peek at the piece on bedfellows
magazine in the forthcoming issue of boog city:


d.a. levy-palooza 2:
celebrating 2 renegade presses

Sun. May 3, 2015
12:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

$5 Suggested

bedfellows magazine

Factory Hollow Press
Hadley, Mass.

in the backyard [ … ]

moria poetry on the wayback machine (ia)

Moria Poetry, ed. William Allegrezza, was an Aughts web-journal based in Chicago. Moria has now been archived, in its entirety, by Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine. My pages include Apparition Poems, Equations, Returns, and Opera Bufa. I encourage others to seek out the Wayback Machine and see what (other than Moria [ … ]

Tuesday poem #107 : Rusty Morrison,

Tuesday poem #107 : Rusty Morrison : Naming Fable

coming up: Jon Boisvert, Helen Hajnoczky + Steven Heighton,

also: Touch the Donkey #5, now available, with new poems by Edward Smallfield,
Elizabeth Robinson, Rob Manery, lary timewell, nathan dueck, Christine McNair,
ryan fitzpatrick and Paige Taggart.

also: Touch the Donkey supplement [ … ]

the return of rob mclennan’s poetry workshops: May-June, in our wee house,

After a break of another two and a half years, I return once again to offering poetry workshops. Originally held at Collected Works Bookstore and Coffeebar, this session will be held at our wee house on Alta Vista Drive (just south of Randall Avenue). Address and directions to be provided.

The workshops are scheduled for Wednesday [ … ]

Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize ($1000 and publication of book) etc.

Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize ($1000 and publication of book – this is not
a “first book” award)

The Rochelle Ratner Memorial Prize

The Robert Creeley Memorial Prize

DEADLINE for all three is APRIL 30, 2015.

See details at:

CONTEST JUDGE: STEPHANIE STRICKLAND (this is a double-blind selection

"Word for Word Poetry at Bryant Park" Tuesday at 6:30

“Word for Word Poetry at Bryant Park” Presents

Jon Curley , Burt Kimmelman
, Stephen Paul Miller
and Christina Olivares

Presented in partnership with Marsh Hawk Press

Tuesday, April 21st at 6:30

Kinokuniya Bookstore
1073 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10018

Free admission

Directions and information: