Poems by Gary Duehr
Gary Duehr has taught poetry and writing for institutions including Boston University, Lesley University, and Tufts University. His MFA is from the University of Iowa Writers Workshop. In 2001 he received an NEA Poetry Fellowship, [ … ]
Five Poems by Simon Perchik
Simon Perchik is an attorney whose poems have appeared in Partisan Review, Forge, Poetry, Osiris, The New Yorker and elsewhere. His most recent collection is The Osiris Poems published by boxofchalk press, 2017. For more information, including free e-books and [ … ]
Dear AngelHouse Friends and Contributors,
a.m. kozak and I had an inspiring conversation with Ottawa’s new poet laureate, Jamaal Jackson Rogers. Please listen to it here: https://soundcloud.com/user-301339427/jamaal-jackson-rogers-just-jamaal-thepoet
The Small Machine Talks Episode 20
Recorded Sunday, July 30, 2017
w/ a.m. kozak, Amanda Earl and special guest Jamaal Jackson Rogers
We have an inspiring conversation with Ottawa’s poet laureate, recording/performance [ … ]
Dear Friends of AngelHousePress,
I’m pleased to present episode 19 of the Small Machine Talks.
The Small Machine Talks Episode 19
with a.m. kozak and Amanda Earl
Recorded on Sunday, July 30, 2017
1. Recent Events
Aaron and Amanda both missed Tree’s Hot Ottawa Voices, but Amanda went to
Sawdust and enjoyed the sweetness of the [ … ]
Delete Press is thrilled to offer our third book selected from last year’s open reading period, Julia Drescher’s Open Epic. In the words of Susan Gevirtz, “Tramping through, hunting in, being hunted in the many woods (‘dark’ ‘Horrible’) that are the terrain of this book, Drescher finds/makes a clearing where a ‘gwhirl’ is ‘breathing freely’ and speaks [ … ]
The Mercury Poem: A Work of Fiction
new poem book by Jared Schickling, available from BlazeVOX at
New and On View: Mudlark Flash No. (2017)
Misdirection: A Poem
by Stephen Massimilla
Stephen Massimilla is a poet, scholar, professor, and painter. His co-authored multi-genre tome, Cooking with the Muse (Tupelo, 2016), won the Eric Hoffer Book Award, the National Indie Excellence Award, and others, and has received enthusiastic reviews [ … ]
span-o (the small press action network – ottawa) presents:
The Factory Reading Series:
with readings by:
Marilyn Irwin (Ottawa)
Shane Rhodes (Ottawa)
+ Sue Landers (Brooklyn NY)
lovingly hosted by rob mclennan
Saturday, August 12, 2017
doors 7pm; reading 7:30pm
The Carleton Tavern,
223 Armstrong Street (at Parkdale; upstairs)
Shortlisted for the 2016 bpNichol Award and winner of [ … ]
Dear friends, contributors and supporters of AngelHousePress,
Please find below an insightful and glowing review of Francesco Levato’s chapbook “jettison/collapse” which we published in 2015. The review is by Alberta poet and editor Nikki Sheppy and it appears in the latest issue of Arc Poetry Magazine #83. Some copies of “jettison/collapse” are still available from AngelHousePress.com.
“At [ … ]
Free pdf of my long dialog with Andrew David King, “Too Philosophical for a Poet,” from the new issue of boundary 2, compliments of Duke University Press.
“Gertrude and Alice in Vichyland“: my long final contribution to the Stein Dossier at Jacket2, chronicling the historical context of the disinformation campaign against Stein .
New and On View: Mudlark Poster No. 147 (2017)
from Old Man Howling at the Moon:
A Book of Complaints by Peter Johnson
Peter Johnson’s forthcoming book of prose poems is Old Man Howling at the Moon: A Book of Complaints (MadHat Press). His second book of prose poems, Miracles & Mortifications, received the James Laughlin Award from The Academy of American [ … ]
The Small Machine Talks Podcast #18
1st year anniversary/ottawa small press book fair episode, Saturday, June 24, 2017
recorded Monday, June 26, 2017
a.m. kozak and Amanda Earl
To listen to the episode, click here.
in which we toast the anniversary with a delicious Scotch and wish for sponsorship. We discuss the year’s highlights. We talk about Aaron’s interview with [ … ]
Dear friends of AngelHousePress and DevilHouse,
Please scroll down to read about the latest editions to our catalogue: Afterlife by Jennifer K. Dick and 4pm in Los Angeles by Steven Storrie.
AngelHousePress presents our first bilingual chapbook, “Afterlife” by Jennifer K. Dick. Jennifer is an American writer, translator, editor and literary events organizer living in France. “Afterlife” is [ … ]
Tuesday poem #221 : Eryk Wenziak : three visual poems
coming up: 신선영 Sun Yung Shin, Ander Monson + Carrie Etter
also: many gendered mothers: Andrea Nicki on Elly Danica
furthermore: Touch the Donkey: 7 questions for Sue Landers
It’s an honor to announce the publication of Posit 14, featuring brilliant poetry and prose by Lydia Davis, Maureen Seaton, Tongo Eisen-Martin, Rajiv Mohabir, Joanna Fuhrman, Stephanie Berger, Sarah Riggs, Stu Watson, Joe Milazzo, Kevin McLellan, Debasis Mukhopadhyay, and Lynn Schmeidler. Also featuring extraordinary visual art by Brenda Goodman, Malala Andrialavidrazana, [ … ]
by Jane Benjulian
Jayne Benjulian is the author of Five Sextillion Atoms. Her poems and essays appear widely in literary and performance journals in the U.S. and abroad. She was an Ossabaw Island Project Fellow; teaching fellow at Emory University; lecturer in the Graduate Program [ … ]
by Jeanne Wagner Jeanne Wagner is the winner of the 2016 Sow’s Ear Chapbook Prize and the 2015 Arts & Letters Award, judged by Stephen Dunn. Her poems have appeared [ … ]
On Writing #132 : Alice Burdick : Welcoming discomfort in poetry
coming up: Jamie Sharpe, Sacha Archer + Carla Funk,
also: Tuesday poem #217 : Jennifer Stella : dehiscence
or: many gendered mothers : A.H. Reaume on Virginia Woolf
furthermore: above/ground press backlist + rarities list #28
and: On Writing #131: Laura [ … ]
many gendered mothers is a project on literary influence featuring short essays by writers (of any/all genders) on the women, femme, trans, and non-binary writers who have influenced them, as a direct or indirect literary forebear.
This project is directly inspired by the American website Literary Mothers, created by editor Nadxieli Nieto and managing editor Nina [ … ]
New and On View: Mudlark Issue No. 63 (2017)
Tidal Flats: Poems
by Christien Gholson
This month’s episode of the Small Machine Talks with a.m. kozak and yrs truly talks about house readings vs more public readings, curating events outside your home city, great poetry books from Book Thug, Coach House, McLelland and Stewart, Biblioasis, the list poem, poetry accessibility and a host of other topics related in some way [ … ]
The Small Machine Talks interviews Montreal poet and editor, Klara du Plessis.
Klara du Plessis is a poet and critic. Her chapbook, Wax Lyrical, was released from Anstruther Press, 2015, and a full-length collection of multilingual poems is forthcoming from Palimpsest Press. She curates the monthly, Montreal-based Resonance Reading Series, writes reviews for Broken Pencil Magazine, [ … ]
New and On View: Mudlark Poster No. 145 (2017)
Mistaken for Strangers
Poems by Michael Milburn
Updike | Mistaken for Strangers | In the Subway
Night In | Parent Profile | Outside In | Top of the Class
Nickname | Junior Colleague | Regret-Free Abortion
Michael Milburn teaches English in New Haven, CT. [ … ]
featuring Transformations from Peter Hughs, Toby Olson, George Economu, Hank Lazer, Joe A. Porter, Paul Pines, Jesse Glass, Alec Finlay, Ariel Resnikoff, and Robert Mittenthal and Translations (and some meditations on translating) from Ian Brinton, Norman Weinstein, Che Quianzi, Jeffrey Twitchell-Waas, Robert Arellano, and Antoine Caze.
Cover art by Andrea Auge.
For more on this issue as [ … ]
New and On View: Mudlark Flash No. 120 (2017)
Goals of Care and You’re Welcome
Poems by Daniel Becker
Daniel Becker practices and teaches internal medicine at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
Spread the word. Far and wide,
Otoliths 45 is live! “New Century Skeltonics for Jack Kerouac: a Ted Talk”–with a new song from Shoulder-Holster’s “Empty For You–Shoulder-Holster Unplugged.” http://the-otolith.blogspot.jp/2017/02/jesse-glass.html. is a critique of the Beat Industry which continues to churn out ‘newly discovered’ Kerouac items that add little or nothing to this fine writer’s legacy. The latest example is the Library of [ … ]
Please take a look at my collection of liminal–performative– texts http://www.knivesforksandspoonspress.co.uk/charmforsurvivor.html .
From the back cover:
You now hold in your hand four of my “painted theaters” and you are welcome to take them home and sit in the audience undisturbed, or climb up on the stage among the gaudy props I left there and perform. There’s [ … ]
In April 2017, work published on NationalPoetryMonth.ca was viewed over 22,000 times and we’re not finished counting yet. Note that these poems, video-poems, asemic writing pieces, visual poems, paintings and collages will be on line until February 28, 2018. Please visit http://nationalpoetrymonth.ca.
to our contributors:
Roua Aljied, Karen Massey, Ellen Wiener, Reema, Lin Tarczynski, sophie [ … ]
As Jesse Glass states in the final part of the final section of the final form of the introduction:
‘Finally, I view the resulting
mixture of words
you now hold in your hand
as an apotropaic venture:
by bending the infernal peat iron
of famous grimoires into [ … ]
This is a collection of dramatic monologues based on the lives of 19th century residents of Carroll County, Maryland, and historical documentation of same. Click here to read it and many other fine issues of this great web magazine whose editors believe in beauty in all its forms. http://peacockjournal.com/jesse-glass-carroll-county-anthology/