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 [ … ]
I’ve now found an interviewer to interview Ira Lightman. Thanks to all who offered.
Subject: Bywords February 15 deadline
To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
To current and former Ottawa residents, workers and
February 15 is the deadline to submit poetry for the March 2016
[ … ]
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 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 [ … ]
I’ve found an interviewer for the Andy Croft Argotist interview. Thanks to all who responded to my call.
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 [ … ]
A Precarious Life on the Sea
White omens in the sky making shapes of us. I decide to wear all my medallions at once. Found a snout in the basil plant. Who can blame. You, in the small frame. Glasses and longsuffering. I sent you a letter on the subject of broccoli. [ … ]
span-o (the small press action network – ottawa) presents:
the ottawa small press book fair
spring 2016 editionwill be held on Saturday, June 18, 2016 in room 203 of the Jack Purcell Community Centre (on Elgin, at 320 Jack Purcell Lane).
“once upon a time, [ … ]
Tuesday poem #147 : Phinder Dulai : n.e. 209236
coming up: Bronwen Tate, Ashley-Elizabeth Best + Nelson Ball,
also: Touch the Donkey supplement #44 : seven questions for Mary Kasimorhttp://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/01/ttd-supplement-44-seven-questions-for.html
On Writing #83 : Kaie Kellough : Ceremony
coming up: Chris Eaton, Steven Artelle + Jani Krulc,
also: Touch the Donkey supplement #44: seven questions for Mary Kasimorhttp://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/01/ttd-supplement-44-seven-questions-for.html
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 [ … ]
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 [ … ]
For the sake of the fortieth anniversary of the writer-in-residence program (the longest lasting of its kind in Canada) at the University of Alberta (as well as a large gathering of former residents at the University of Alberta this March, featuring readings, talks and lectures), I have taken it upon myself to interview as many [ … ]
In the latest from the AngelHousePress essay series, S. Cearley suggests that concrete poetry can be seen as a misunderstood grammar, a form that creates its own symbol, and is communicative as an expression of language. He makes an illustrative analogy with the language shared between aliens and humans in Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
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This is a seven track edit/remix of American poet Adam Fieled’s performance at Stain Bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on March 30, 2007, as part of the Mipoesias Stain Bar reading series, on Bandcamp, Soundcloud, and Mixcloud.
A slot just re-opened in our Patti Smith’s Horses at 40 show on
Sun. Feb. 14
94 Avenue A
The available slot is
“Break It Up”
Please email ASAP if interested in performing these songs at this show.
Unlikely Stories: Episode IV and Unlikely Books present DEVORAH: a tribute to Michelle Greenblatt, Editor and Friend, at http://www.unlikelystories.org/
We are grateful for the opportunity to remember Michelle with the contributors to this volume: Reed Alteums, Glen Armstrong, Lana Bella, John M. Bennett, Alexandria Bryan, Charles J. Butler, Wendy Taylor Carlisle, Vincent Cellucci, Joel Chace, K.R. [ … ]
Looking for four actors for Chris Stroffolino’s poets theater play
AnTi-GeNtRiFiCaTiOn WaR dRuM rAdIo The play will be staged during the
final night of Boog City’s Welcome to Boog City 9.5 Poetry, Music, and
Poets Theater Festival at Sidewalk Cafe in NYC’s East Village on Sun.,
Feb. 14, 2016.
Characters (don’t worry if yre not [ … ]
Call for Submissions: Eleven Eleven
ElevenEleven is looking for writing that pops!
We welcome daring andinsightful submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art and literarycriticism and drama. We are especially interested in fabulist, interstitialand/or experimental prose. We love translations and writing from outside theUS. We also love recovery projects (archival work that draws attention towriters who may have fallen [ … ]
Today we are releasing the 97th episode of the “PoemTalk” series—a discussion of Allen Grossman’s late poem, “My Radiant Eye,” with Kathryn Hellerstein, Peter Cole, and Ariel Resnikoff.
Tuesday poem #146 : Buck Downs : by the time I reach las vegas
coming up: Phinder Dulai, Bronwen Tate + Ashley-Elizabeth Best,
also: Touch the Donkey #8w/ new poems by Mary Kasimor, Billy Mavreas, damian lopes, Pete Smith, Sonnet L’Abbé, Katie L. Price, a rawlings and Gil McElroy.http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/01/touch-donkey-eighth-issue.html
In “asemic writing: recent history and ongoing research” jim leftwich questions the common definition of asemic writing as having no specific semantic content and discusses its readability while exploring the form as experimental textual poetry rather than as visual poetry or writing.
yr fallen angel,
ps-poetry wanted for NationalPoetryMonth.ca; due Feb. 28, 2016 -see guidelines at [ … ]
> NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2016 call for submissions
> I invite you to send me poems for consideration for the April 2016 issue
> of NationalPoetryMonth.ca. This year I’ve opted for a free-for-all
> approach. Send whatever you like. Let’s see what sticks to the internet.
> The DEADLINE is February [ … ]
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.
Seven dollars (includes shipping). Until now, this was the only way to get juice from an orange.http://www.touchthedonkey.blogspot.ca/2016/01/touch-donkey-eighth-issue.html
i have recently published a book on australian colonial poetics (1796-1945) – it revisits a range of texts that now look experimental in various ways – or at least can be read through the poetics of the page etc
please order for your library if interested
if you would like a personal copy, email me [ … ]
On Writing #82 : Jacqueline Valencia : On Writing
coming up: Kaie Kellough, Chris Eaton + Steven Artelle,