One-Day Workshop in Chicago with Jill Magi (Chicago School of Poetics)
Date: Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Time: 1-4 p.m. Central Time
Location: The Poetry Center of Chicago, 78 East Washington Street, Pedway East, Chicago IL 60602
The Poem Is Woven All Around: We live as weft threads: walking through landscapes over which we have both no [ … ]
E-POETRY 2015 Buenos Aires, Argentina : June 9-13, 2015
Give a thought to this international festival! It’s turned out amazing!
It’s not at all about “computer: poetry: it is poetry that lives and
breathes in the digital era (like all of us). For goodness sake, we all
live twisted, [ … ]
The Director of Development is responsible for long-term financial planning for the organization in collaboration with the Founding and Managing Editors, including developing fundraising initiatives and campaigns; soliciting donations; writing grant statements and narratives; creating an annual grant application schedule; and working with senior editorial staff and advisory board to develop funding [ … ]
Valentine’s Day at the DMV and Mask Poems by Lindsay Doukopoulos
Lindsay Doukopoulos has a Ph.D. from the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi and is a Lecturer in Creative Writing at Auburn University. Her poems have recently appeared in Word Riot, Cimmaron Review, and [ … ]
(((complex grammatological research into the non-terminological name of
“infinity”. my prose style, if you will, in this essay resembles a mix of
Derrida and Henry James, except exceedingly more concise (see: Ben
Franklin)—i.e. extremely difficult, but very short.)))
you, whomever u r, mistakenly (i believe) headed my essay “The Confused Are
Who Is” as “Goldsmith’s Concept of Theory”, an earlier essay of mine @ my
Noema blog. perhaps some corrections are in order? however u decide, thnx
also for being so supportive of my writings—if they are not written for
recognition, they are, [ … ]
Nerve Lantern: Axon of Performance Literature, a journal of experimental performance texts and texts about performance,is preparing a supplemental digital issue that will pay tribute to Yoko Ono, with guest editors Joel Allegretti and Jay Besemer. The editors are seeking performance texts that interpret and respond to Ono’s Fluxus art, instruction pieces, and ideas.
Hinge Online was a Philadelphia poetry webjournal from 1999-2006. It has been preserved on the IA Wayback Machine. These three Fieled Hinge pages, Prince, Hamlet On Pine Street, and On Love, appeared between 2002 and 2004.
I’m delighted to announce the publication of Posit 6, featuring extraordinary poetry, prose, and “dervish essays” by Posit alums Michael Boughn, Rich Ives, Mary Kasimor, Sheila Murphy, and Mark Young — as well as honored new contributors Cathleen Calbert, Emily Carr, Dante DiStefano, David Giannini, Corinne Lee, Kate Lutzner, and Robert Vivian.