Francesco Levato & Amish Trivedi at Myopic Books, Saturday, November 7 at 7:00pm
Saturday, November 7 at 7:00pm
1564 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60622
Francesco Levato is a poet, translator, and new media artist. Recent books include Endless, Beautiful, Exact; Elegy for Dead Languages; War Rug, a book length documentary poem; and Creaturing (as [ … ]
$4we’re no longer speaking
we are no longer speaking.terms in which we mightcontinue speaking include:a bundle of wool sweaters,trees recently felled –get specific they say,and who, i say, is they,they say i say, and sowe are no longer speakingin terms that reflectour disposable coffeecups, plastic bottles, andpink hair curlers, our dirtydiapers, [ … ]
My new mixed media novel, Patient Women, has an appendix of poetry attributed to its protagonist. Here is a link to Meredith Sue Willis’s review in Books for Readers. http://meredithsuewillis.com/booksforreaders.html#patientwomen
The text of the review follows.
Probably the biggest surprise of my summer reading was Patient Women by Larissa Shmailo. Shmailo is a [ … ]
Reading & Book-Signing
Gloucester Notes by Dan Wilcox
October 30, 7:00PM
Albany poet, photographer & peace activist Dan Wilcox will read from his new chapbook of poetry, Gloucester Notes, at The Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza, on Friday, October 30, at 7:00PM. Gloucester Notes is a 24 page, hand-stitched gathering of the poems Wilcox has [ … ]
Manash Bhattacharjee is a poet, writer, translator and political science scholar from JNU. His poems have appeared in The London Magazine, New Welsh Review, The Fortnightly Review, Elohi Gadugi Journal, The Postcolonialist, and First Proof: The Penguin Book of New Writing from India (Vol. [ … ]
NEWLY POSTED! TtD supplement #38: seven questions for Suzanne Zelazohttp://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2015/10/ttd-supplement-38-seven-questions-for.html
Copies of the seventh issue are very much available, including new poems by Stan Rogal, Helen Hajnoczky, Kathryn MacLeod, Shannon Maguire, Sarah Mangold, Amish Trivedi and Suzanne Zelazo. Watch over the comingweeks for further interviews with contributors to the new issue.
Seven dollars [ … ]
Boog’s Local Small Presses Issue is now online. It features pages from
each of the presses taking part in our annual Local Small Presses
Night, this year on Tues. Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m., $5 suggested, at
Sidewalk Cafe (94 Avenue A, The East Village). For full event info:
Katie L. Price
$4Dead Tissue / Living Ideas for Charles Bernstein
Think of dead tissue as deposited in language and writing, as the compost heap in which present language and writing grows. Suppose dead tissue as comprising an historical unconscious lived out as [ … ]
span-o (the small press action network – ottawa) presents:
the ottawa small press book fair
fall 2015 editionwill be held on Saturday, November 7, 2015 in room 203 of the Jack Purcell Community Centre (on Elgin, at 320 Jack Purcell Lane).
“once upon a time, [ … ]
Stephen Bunch lives and writes in Lawrence, Kansas, where he received the 2008 Langston Hughes Award for Poetry from the Lawrence Arts Center and Raven Books. His poems can be found in Autumn Sky Poetry, The Externalist, [ … ]
The seventh issue is now available, with new poems by Stan Rogal, Helen Hajnoczky, Kathryn MacLeod, Shannon Maguire, Sarah Mangold, Amish Trivedi and Suzanne Zelazo.
Seven dollars (includes shipping). My god! It’s like you’ve known me all your life!http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2015/07/touch-donkey-sixth-issue.html
Copies of the first six issues are still available. As are subscriptions!
And [ … ]
Loose Change 5.2 is alive and bopping to the writing of Emily Carr, Chad Davidson, Shira Dentz, Andy Frazee, Sarah Renee Marshall, Lauren Neefe, Dan Rosenberg, Jenny Sadre-Orafai, Kate Schapira, and Jaclyn Watterson, among other talented writers, and with artwork by Emma Ignaszewski. Submissions to 6.1 are now open for the month of October.
Anticipating the release next week of the seventh issue of Touch the Donkey (a small poetry journal), why not check out the interviews that have appeared over the past few weeks with contributors to the sixth issue: Lola Lemire Tostevin, Aaron Tucker, Kayla Czaga, Jason Christie, Jennifer Kronovet, Jordan Abel and Deborah Poe.Interviews with contributors [ … ]
a short profile on The Peter F. Yacht Club; with input from Laurie Anne Fuhr,Anita Dolman, Vivian Vavassis, Peter Norman, Amanda Earl, Peter Richardson,Wes Smiderle, Janice Tokar, Pearl Pirie, Cameron Anstee, Ben Ladouceur andMarilyn Irwin.