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, [ … ]
Featuring new poetry and prose by Rae Armantrout, G. C. Waldrep, Anselm Berrigan, Dennis Barone, Matthew Burns, James Capozzi, Rob Cook, Gregory Crosby, Julia Leverone, Caolan Madden, F. Daniel Rzicznek, Alina Stefanescu. With visual art by Nathan Brujis, Jeanne Heifetz, Eva Kwong, Greely Myatt, and Brian Sargent. And [ … ]
Contributors: Joel Chace • Marcus Civin • Ben Haddix • Stephanie Heit • Lucien Herzog • Dennis Leroy Kangalee • LuLu LoLo • Hannah Rodabaugh • Steven Salmoni • Barbara Schwartz • Laura-Marie Taylor • Zhang Er
The latest issue of Chicago Review features a special section on Helen Adam, Jess Collins, and the San Francisco Renaissance. Through the month of March, get both the Helen Adam issue and a free copy of our recent issue on Veronica Forrest-Thomson by using the code “Forrest-Thomson” at checkout. A special deal for all you Anglo-Americano modernistes [ … ]
“Amounting To” and “Civilization” by Susan Lewis are published in the fifth issue of Open Resistance, a forum for poems in protest of the US presidential election and its aftermath. (Created by Ed Go and Michael Whalen of Other Rooms Press).
As all of us wrestle with the ominous spectacle of the current political moment, we at Posit believe in the potential of the arts to engage with the human condition. In the spirit of artistic relevance, we offer you brand new poetry and prose by Samuel Ace, Andrew Cantrell, Laton Carter, Carol [ … ]
Online now: Posit 11, marking this uneasy socio-political moment with relevant and masterful new poetry and prose by Michael Palmer, Fady Joudah, Sharon Mesmer, Felino A. Soriano, Sharon Dolin, Sheila E. Murphy, Jeffrey Jullich, Stephen Massimilla, Simon Perchik, Anne Gorrick, Eric G. Wilson, and Marvin Schackelford. Plus visual art by Christopher Adams, Kate [ … ]
Nerve Lantern is accepting submissions for issue 10.
Especially of interest:
Poets theater texts
Experimental plays in which poetry is key
Texts particularly performative on the page
Interviews of performance writers
Reviews of poets theater shows
Statements of performance writing poetics
Essays on performance writing
Deadline: October 1, 2016
Maximum 10 pages. Please include a message with a [ … ]
Welcoming summer with amazing new poetry and prose by TJ Beitelman, Martine Bellen, James Capozzi, Thomas Cook and Tyler Flynn Dorholt, Cal Freeman, Alec Hershman, Becka McKay, Joe Pan, Brett Salsbury, Anthony Schneider, Randee Silv, and Patrick Williams. Plus visual art by Alex Bunn, Cynthia Carlson, Mary DeVincentis, Carl Heyward, and Matt Nolen.
Hi all, I hope you’ll click on over to the latest issue of Posit! With pleasure and provocation by Darren C. Demaree, Samantha Duncan , Raymond Farr, Howie Good, Maya Lukic, Travis Macdonald, Carlo Matos, Robert McBrearty, Cindy Savett, Anis Shivani, Eileen Tabios, and Leah Umansky. Plus visual art by Sydney Ewerth, [ … ]
Hi all, I’m honored to have new work in the current, absolutely beautiful issue of Opon. (http://opon.org/issue5/susan-lewis/) Also featuring the work of Caroline Klocksiem, Caroline Knapp, Lori Anderson Moseman, Meredith Stricker, and Jennifer Brakefield — brought to you by Brad Vogler.
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. [ … ]
It is my great pleasure to announce the publication of the 8th issue of Posit.
Featuring poetry and prose by Doug Bolling, Susan Charkes, Norma Cole, Christine Hamm, Zeke Jarvis, Halvard Johnson, Carlos Lara, Anna Leahy, Christina Mengert, Carol Shillibeer, Danielle Susi, and Derek Updegraff.
With video, photography, painting, and sculpture by Meryl Meisler, Helena [ … ]
NOON 10 is now online: see http://noonpoetry.com/issues/
– with poems by Jim Kacian, Peter Hughes, Stephen Nelson, Dietmar Tauchner, Rebecca Lilly, Joel Chace, Brian Laidlaw, Helen Buckingham, David J. Kelly, Victoria Bean, Thomas March, Peter Robinson, John Levy, Bill Cooper, Gary Hotham, Jonathan Greene, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Sheila E. Murphy, Michael Dylan Welch, Paul [ … ]
Saturday Afternoon at the Midland Theatre in Newark, Ohio
Poems by Roy Bentley
Roy Bentley is the author of four books of poetry and several chapbooks. Poems have appeared in journals including The Southern Review, Blackbird, Shenandoah, Indiana Review, Prairie Schooner, North American Review and elsewhere; recently, in the anthologies New Poetry [ … ]
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.
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.
Jacataqua, “home” to an anthology of American poetry (http://www.doublechange.com/issue4/MR.pdf) and French translations of Barrett Watten’s Plasma / Parallels / “X”, Lyn Hejinian’s Gesualdo and Ron Silliman’s Albany, is happy to announce publication of a pdf journal and shorter, bi-monthly, chapbook-like bulletins. The journal’s name changes every issue, Tom Clark style.