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.
in this issue:
Paul Celan / Pierre Joris / Doug Valentine
Charles Reznikoff / John Armstrong
Jon Woodson / Welborn Victor Jenkins
Robert Coover / J.R. Foley
Dorothy Shakespear Pound / B.C. Windeler
Jessie [ … ]
The new ebook from Argotist Ebooks is Dying Swans by Jane Joritz-Nakagawa
Description: Dying Swans is a literary monograph which compares Sylvia Plath via her poetry, letters and diary entries with the main character of the 2010 Hollywood film Black Swan. What results is an exploration of femininity, gender stereotypes and the female psyche as depicted [ … ]
Loose Change 5.1 is live! Featuring work by Pam Brown, Bruce Covey, Clare Louise Harmon, Timothy Liu, Matthew Nye, Coco Owen, D. A. Powell, Marthe Reed, Joanna Ruocco, Donna Stonecipher, Megan Volpert, Keith Waldrop, Mark Young, and many others.
We are reading submissions in all categories for issue [ … ]
Four Scenes Imagined with Pier Paolo Pasolini
Scene 1: The Remains in the Mirror
Scene 2: What the Blind See Through Windows
Scene 3: The Impossibility of Late-Night TV
Scene 4: Cliffhanger to Next Season
The Evidence Against Pasolini, the Poet
In this, the southern summer, 2015, issue of Otoliths you’ll find exciting new work by:
Volodymyr Bilyk, George McKim, Lakey Comess, Stephen Bett, Greg McLaren, Philip Byron Oakes, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Robert Lietz, Stephen C. Middleton, Nick Ravo, Chase Gagnon, Owen Bullock, Caleb Puckett, Kyle Hemmings, Despo Magoni, Craig Cotter, J. Crouse, Michael Martrich, [ … ]
I’m pleased to announce the release of Experiment-O Issue 7, featuring art, poetry, visual poetry & prose from contributors from five countries, including Elizabeth Bertoldi, Volodymyr Bilyk, Selina Boan, Craig Calhoun, Ariel Gonzalez Losada, MARGENTO, a rawlings & Sachiko Murakami, sven staelens, Carol Stetser, Tom Walmsley and Liz Worth.
Two poems by Séamas Cain, “The Lady O’Handrahaun” and “Razors,” are
included in the November 2014 issue of the online literary journal “TRUCK.”
This issue of “TRUCK,” devoted to innovative and post-modern writing, has
been coordinated and edited by Anny Ballardini.
With November a time for world-wide commemorations of the dead, and death
itself, Ballardini has [ … ]
Posit 4 is published, and it’s an amazing issue! Featuring poetry by Kristin Abraham, Simeon Berry, Dana Curtis, Darren C. Demaree, Raymond Farr, Derek Graf, Carolyn Guinzio, Tim Kahl, Drew Charles Kalbach, Jared Schickling, Marius Surleac, Lewis Warsh, and Karen Zhou.
With visual art galleries by ShinYeon Moon, Gina Pearlin, James Rauchman, Kevin [ … ]
I have just recently rejoined this list after a few years’s absence. Hello, old friends and new. It may have already been posted here that FULCRUM is coming back. The new issue, #8, now in production, will be launched at the AWP in Minneapolis in April. Meanwhile here is our page on Facebook: please stay [ … ]
It contains, as usual, an astounding range of text & visuals from Bobbi Lurie, harry k stammer, Volodymyr Bilyk, Virginia Luck, Sarah James, Roger Mitchell, Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Andrew Cantrell, Kyle Hemmings, Dennis Vannatta, Elizabeth Allen, Anders Enochsson, Marcia Arrieta, [ … ]
Loose Change, a journal of new writing from the WonderRoot Center for Arts and Social Change in Atlanta, is relaunching in January with work by Charles Alexander, Eric Baus, Pam Brown, Bhanu Kapil, Douglas A. Martin, Miranda Mellis, Simon Perchik, Deborah Poe, Joanna Ruocco, and Keith Waldrop, among others, and is still accepting submissions [ … ]
We’re delighted to introduce you to the astonishing artists and writers
included in DB19. DB19 features three specially edited folios: fifteen
contemporary Greek poets, selected and edited by Vassilis Manoussakis;
thirty eight pieces of [ … ]
also: the Chaudiere Books Indiegogo Campaign has two weeks left! new perks
included by Stephanie Bolster, a broadsheet by Christine McNair + a bookbinding workshop,
and The Complete William Hawkins, forthcoming in spring [ … ]
The Death of Jolly Dolly
A Cluster of Ants on the Shag Rug
Returning What was Stolen
At the Foot of Rapunzel’s Tower
People Came Back from the Other Side All the Time…
Curious Portents Involving [ … ]