Call for participation: Twitter-based, long-form collaborative poem

I’m interested in working on a series of collaborative, long-form poems using Twitter as a writing platform. As a constraint-based system (140 characters, one line at a time), Twitter lends itself to exquisite corpse-like compositions, and for this project I would like to extend that work to include appropriated language, chance operations, overwriting of each [ … ]

Touch the Donkey supplement #45: seven questions for Billy Mavreas

NEWLY POSTED! TtD supplement #45: seven questions for Billy Mavreashttp://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/02/ttd-supplement-45-seven-questions-for.html
also: TtD supplement #44: seven questions for Mary Kasimorhttp://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/01/ttd-supplement-44-seven-questions-for.html
The eighth issue of Touch the Donkey (a small poetry journal) is now available, with new poems by Mary Kasimor, Billy Mavreas, damian lopes, Pete Smith, Sonnet L’Abbé, Katie L. Price, a [ … ]

4325 Baltimore Avenue

The odal poem 4325 Baltimore Avenue, by American poet Adam Fieled, originally appeared in Colorado journal Many Mountains Moving in 2005. Here is the WAV file of Fieled reading the poem on Internet Archive and Audioboom, and the text itself on As/Is.

Thanks!
Adam [ … ]

ottawater: Ottawa’s annual poetry pdf journal / 12th issue now online!

Ottawa’s annual pdf poetry journaledited by rob mclennanwww.ottawater.com
The twelfth issue of ottawater is now online, featuring new writing by Sylvia Adams, Susan J. Atkinson, John Barton, Frances Boyle, Stephen Brockwell, Carellin Brooks, Sara Cassidy, George Elliott Clarke, Anita Dolman, nina jane drystek, Claire Farley, Mark Frutkin, jesslyn gagno, Shoshannah Ganz, Jenna Jarvis, Ben Ladouceur, [ … ]

New Mudlark: Marcela Sulak

New and On View: Mudlark Poster No. 131 (2016)
 
The History of the Plum
Poems by Marcela Sulak
 
Marcela Sulak is the author of Decency (Black Lawrence Press, 2015) and Immigrant (Black Lawrence Press, 2010), as well as a chapbook, Of All the Things that Don’t Exist, I Love You Best (Finishing Line Press, 2008). She has co-edited Family Resemblance: An Anthology and Exploration of [ … ]

new from above/ground press: from Lamentations (second edition), by Robert Hogg

from Lamentations
Robert Hogg
Second (expanded) edition
$4Synapse, Mid-Morning, January

I toss a log
in the kitchen
wood stove

a puff of snow
falls in a swirl
from the eaves

a dazzle of sun
light in the window

brief as thought

RLH: Mtn: 2016-01-19published in Ottawa by above/ground press
February 2016
a/g subscribers receive a complimentary copy
originally published by [ … ]

announcing poetry chapbook Diurnal and a review

hi
My chapbook “diurnal” has just been published by Grey Book Press (USA).

Also, a review of my 2015 book “Distant landscapes” (Theenk Books, USA) was
just published online in Plumwood Mountain:

*http://plumwoodmountain.com/susan-laura-sullivan-reviews-distant-landscapes-by-jane-joritz-nakagawa/

*

best wishes from central Japan,
Jane Joritz-Nakagawa

Tuesday poem #148 : Bronwen Tate,

Tuesday poem #148 : Bronwen Tate : Six Small Poems
http://www.dusie.blogspot.ca/2016/02/tuesday-poem-148-bronwen-tate-six-small.html
coming up: Ashley-Elizabeth Best, Nelson Ball + Laura Sims,

also: new from above/ground press: A Precarious Life on the Seaby Sarah Burgoyne,http://www.abovegroundpress.blogspot.ca/2016/01/new-from-aboveground-press-precarious.html
w/ forthcoming titles by Robert Hogg, Sean Braune, Erin Moure (a co-translation),Kristjana Gunnars + Sarah Mangold, etc; [ … ]

Five Major Odes (Youblisher)

This collection of five major odes by American poet Adam Fieled: On Love, Ode: On Exile, Ode On Jazz, To Bruce Nauman, To Satan, here on Youblisher, scribed between 2002 and 2016, continues pursuing the aesthetic agenda of Neo-Romanticism, which originated in Philly in the Aughts.

Best,
Adam [ … ]

Angel In Progress

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FLUIDIC HEADLINES:

Talbot, Sydney, Dyer, Marlowe (?), Greville, Bruno, Strange, Madimi

St. Dunstan, Jubaladance,

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luz

Re: this call-correction:

Like the cab/ beyond /inets

Of the akashic records

The deeper I got

The more I imagined

Faust & his regmaglypt platen

The deckle edge of

Idi Amin’s library

of useful knowledge

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Behind the 6 shapes

Of this room-doored, 2-

Story, 3 hourly

et alia

gods

Nod re: rowdy Kulcha’s 86’d

Brotherly structure

I mean stricture

think: Blake [ … ]

Book Exhibition

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AN EXHIBITION OF ARTIST BOOKS AT COLUMBUS, OHIO

On Thursday, 22 October 2015, the Rare Books & Manuscripts Center at OHIO
STATE UNIVERSITY in Columbus sponsored an exhibition of recent
acquisitions. This exhibition, beginning with “Preview Night” in the
Creighton Reading Room of Thompson Library, showcased old and new books
added to the RBMC collections on [ … ]

Interviewer needed to interview poet Ira Lightman about poetic plagiarism

Interviewer needed to interview poet Ira Lightman for The Argotist Online about his views on recent instances of poetic plagiarism by some British poets. This interview will be paired with an Andy Croft interview, for which an interviewer has already been found.

Both interviews will critically examine both poets’ diametrically opposed views to each other on [ … ]

American Writing: A Magazine (21)/ Siren’s Silence Fall ’98 Vol. 2 No. 3

American Writing: A Magazine and Siren’s Silence were both Philadelphia print poetry journals, operative until ’98 (Siren’s Silence) and ’02 (American Writing) respectively. Now, these pages from the two print Philly journals have been salvaged onto IA: Clean, by Adam Fieled, from SS Vol. 2 No. 3 (’98), and the cover of the [ … ]

Interviewer needed to interview poet Andy Croft about poetic plagiarism

Interviewer needed to interview poet Andy Croft for The Argotist Online about his open-minded views on recent instances of poetic plagiarism by some British poets. This is a quote from his article ‘The Privatisation of Poetry’:

“The current moral panic over ‘plagiarism in poetry’ seems to derive from several overlapping elements – the post-Romantic privatisation of [ … ]

Touch the Donkey supplement #44: seven questions for Mary Kasimor

NEWLY POSTED! TtD supplement #44: seven questions for Mary Kasimorhttp://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/01/ttd-supplement-44-seven-questions-for.html
The eighth issue of Touch the Donkey (a small poetry journal) is now available, with new poems by Mary Kasimor, Billy Mavreas, damian lopes, Pete Smith, Sonnet L’Abbé, Katie L. Price, a rawlings and Gil McElroy. watch the blog over the next few [ … ]

FLUXUS at The Block

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Charlotte Moorman & the Avant-Garde
1960 – 1980

The Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois,
is presenting a series of exhibitions, readings, and performances from now
through July 2016.

All events are free and open to the public!

Charlotte Moorman (1933 – 1991) was a groundbreaking, rule-bending artist,
musician, poet, and advocate for the [ … ]