New from Delete Press: Works and Days of the fénéon collective

Dear List:
Many thanks for hosting this…

In solidarity with National Poetry Month, Delete
Press is pleased to announce the publication of the second and only extant
edition of:

Works and Days of the fénéon collective
(A Mystery, in Faits Divers, about the Poetic
Field) [Book One]

Edited and Introduced by Anonyme
with an Afterword by Tao [ … ]

New books by Susan Lewis reviewed at Fact-Simile

Hello all! Please check out Rob Talbert’s insightful and generous review of my newest books, State of the Union and How to be Another, on the Fact-Simile blog. My gratitude to Fact-Simile publishers JenMarie and Travis Macdonald.

Susan Lewis


TEXTual ARTivity (vispo exhibit) to open April 1

The first (hopefully first annual) vispo exhibit curated by piCs will be held during April at The Human Bean coffeehouse in Cobourg, Ontario, about an hour east of Toronto.

piCs = Poetry in Cobourg Spaces, a group of dedicated poets doing some amazing things for poetry in a small town.

One of my “ransom note” collages will [ … ]

Readings in Contemporary Poetry: Bruce Andrews and Nada Gordon

Readings in Contemporary Poetry
Bruce Andrews and Nada Gordon
Monday, March 31, 2014, 6:30 pm

$6 general admission; $3 for Oia members, students, and seniors Advance ticket purchases are recommended; visit www.diaartorg/poetry Tickets are also available for purchase at the door.

This program is made possible in part by public funds from the New York CityDepartment of [ … ]

Bernadette Mayer’s "Carlton Fisk" Broadside for Sale

Please forward

Come celebrate Opening Day with
a short-run, color broadside of
Bernadette Mayer’s classic baseball poem

“Carlton Fisk Is My Ideal”

with art by Melissa Zexter

available signed and unsigned.

$18 signed
$13 unsigned

You can send money to via

David A. Kirschenbaum, editor and publisher
Boog City
330 W. 28th St., Suite 6H
NY, [ … ]

March 27-30: Split This Rock Poetry Festival in DC

Split This Rock Poetry Festival: Poems of Provocation & Witness 2014 invites poets, writers, activists, and dreamers to Washington, DC for four days of poetry, community building, and creative transformation. Featuring readings, workshops, panel discussions, youth programming, parties, and activism, the festival offers opportunities to speak out for justice, build connection and community, and [ … ]

A L I B I S – new bilingual collection from Pam Brown & Jane Zemiro

Dear friends, poetry readers, francophonies,

Société Jamais-Jamais has just published ‘Alibis’ – a selection of poems from 1997-2010 by Australian poet Pam Brown Translated into French by Jane Zemiro

for further information visit this link:

to order a copy visit this link:

Pam Brown has written many books of poetry, most recently Home by Dark [ … ]

The Characteristics of “Inspired” Texts

I’ve had a life-long fascination with the so-called “Inspired” texts: poems, prose-poems, narratives etc. that come unbidden–are “found” somehow, somewhere from an “elsewhere” that ranges from Heaven, Hell, Atlantis, Lemuria, Babylon, Binah, Hochma, Sheol, and every dimension in between.  I’m talking about “Thunder, the Perfect Mind” from the Nag Hammadi Library, “I Am The Daughter [ … ]

Now Online/Boog City 88


The online pdf of Boog City 88 is now available. You can read it at:

And much thanks to the editors who join me each issue in making it a

Jonathan Allen (art); Ray DeJesús (printed matter); Buck Downs
(poetry); J.J. Hayes (music); Chris McCreary and Jenn McCreary (small
press); and Joel Schlemowitz (film).



Boog [ … ]

new from above/ground press: The Peter F Yacht Club #20; VERSeFest special!

The Peter F Yacht Club #20

VERSeFest 2014 special

edited by rob mclennan

[see the link here for information on the previous issue]

[see the links here for information on the 2013 VERSeFest special issue, the 2012 VERSeFest special issue and 2011 VERSeFest special issue]

[see the link here for a history of the publication]


With new writing by a host [ … ]

Third Thursday Poetry Night, April 17: Albany, NY

The Poetry Motel Foundation

St. Rose Students to read at the Social Justice Center
Thursday, April 17, 7:30PM

Poets going by the handle “Josie & the Drop-Boxers” will read from their work at the Social Justice Center, 33 Central Ave., Albany, NY on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 7:30PM. “Josie & the Drop-Boxers” are students in [ … ]

NOW AVAILABLE: The Uncertainty Principle: stories, (Chaudiere Books)–and the first review!

My collection of short, short stories, The Uncertainty Principle: stories, (Chaudiere Books, 2014) is now available, with an Ottawa launch at The Manx Pub (as part of David O’Meara’s Plan 99 Reading Series) on May 10, 2014. Hooray!

And the book has even received its first review! Thanks to The Small Press Book Review.

And of course, [ … ]