How Poesy Slays Normalism (((by Maxwell Clark)))

*How Poesy Slays Normalism*

by Maxwell Clark

The ruling norms of society are forever the norms of its acknowledged (or
normal) state rulers. Poets, or rather just those very few *actual* poets
who are extant anywhere at any given time, I exceedingly do believe such
persons *are* always the exiled, or unacknowledged, truth-bearers of their
own sundry [ … ]

Lee Ann Roripaugh on Radio Free Albion

Hi everyone–

After a six-week summer break, Radio Free Albion returns with Lee Ann
Roripaugh, talking about her most recent book, /Dandarians/:

http://radiofreealbion.com/episode-21-lee-ann-roripaugh

Also, if you live in the Chicago area, make sure to come to Lee’s
reading on Wed., Oct. 8, at Columbia College Chicago (618 S. Michigan,
Stage Two, second floor). [ … ]

Sept 27: Ferguson Goddam

Red Rover Series
{readings that play with reading}Experiment #79:
Ferguson Goddam

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th
7pm / doors lock 7:30pm
A special event with
100 Thousand Poets for Change
http://www.100tpcmedia.org On September 27, 2014, many poets around the world will make their voices heard. To declare the change they’d like to see most in the U.S. [ … ]

Illustrated Life & Death of Peter Stubbe

KFS is proud to announce its latest book from Jesse Glass, ‘Sellections from The Life & Death of Peter Stubbe’. This is a bit about it:

Based on a widely celebrated case of senteenth century lycanthropy and embodying the Sadean idea of literature as a crime unlimited by time, space, and circumstance, The Life [ … ]

Advertise in Boog City 93

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Sept. 30: What Where Series: Readings by Rachel Levitsky, Kurt Gutjahr, and Janice Gould

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

7:30 PM

PAC (Performing Arts Center)

Naropa University

Rachel Levitsky is the author of a novel, The Story [ … ]

(Soma)tic poetry rituals with CAConrad – Register today!

Education discounts available!

RADICAL INSISTENCE: A (Soma)tic Poetry Workshop with CAConrad

Saturday, October 18th, 2014 / 1-4pm CST

(Soma)tic poetry rituals provide a window into the creative viability of everything around us, initiating an extreme present where we learn how even in crisis we can thrive through the poems, as well as learn to collaborate in unexpected ways [ … ]

Interview about a Poetry/Comix collaboration in Chicago

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 [ … ]

Call for Work: Poetry, International Exhibition and Anthology

Dear Poet,
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 [ … ]

Sept. 30: What Where Series: Readings by Miranda Mellis, Tina Brown Celona, and Bin Ramke

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

7:30 PM

PAC (Performing Arts Center)

Naropa University
Rachel Levitsky is the author of a novel, The [ … ]

Sept. 30: What Where Series: Readings by Rachel Levitsky, Kurt Gutjahr, and Janice Gould

Correction: This reading will feature Rachel Levitsky, Kurt Gutjahr, and Janice Gould.

Best,

Ariella Ruth, MFA
Graduate Academic Advisor
Program Assistant
Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics
Naropa University
agoldberg@naropa.edu
303-546-3581

From: Ariella Ruth Goldberg
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2014 5:15 PM
To: post@poeticslist.chicagoschoolofpoetics.com
Subject: Sept. 30: What Where Series: Readings by Miranda Mellis, Tina Brown [ … ]

Touch the Donkey supplement #9: seven questions for Susanne Dyckman

NEWLY POSTED! TtD supplement #9: seven questions for Susanne Dyckman
http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2014/09/ttd-supplement-9-seven-questions-for.html

other recent interviews include:

TtD supplement #8: seven questions for Susan Holbrook
http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2014/09/ttd-supplement-8-seven-questions-for.html

TtD supplement #7: seven questions for Julie Carr
http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2014/08/ttd-supplement-7-seven-questions-for.html

TtD supplement #6: seven questions for David Peter Clark
http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2014/08/ttd-supplement-6-seven-questions-for.html

TtD supplement #5: seven questions for Pearl Pirie

The Chicago School of Poetics Celebrates Three-Year Anniversary

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. [ … ]

POETS OF THE ITALIAN DIASPORA: Wednesday, September 17, 6PM

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 Now 3, Revisit Boog’s Occupy @ 1 Issue

Hi all,

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

it at:

http://www.boogcity.com/boogpdfs/bc73.pdf

Thanks,

Your Friends at Boog City

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Boog City 73

featuring:

***Our Occupy at One Section***

with:

—”‘One of my hopes,’ says Fagin, ‘is always that people will claim

their own authority and empower themselves to meet [ … ]