J4, Jeff Batago, Logan K. Young, Pearl Button and Rob Stuart have new work
in the newly-revamped h&, alongside work by hiromi suzuki, Andrew Topel,
sean burn, Texas Fontanella, Mark Young, Daniel Van Klei, derek beaulieu,
kevin mcpherson eckhoff, Amanda Earl, Robert Swereda, Ali Znaidi, Pearl
Pirie, Nico Vassilakis, Eileen R. Tabios, Rob Flint, Lawrence [ … ]
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, [ … ]
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.
After a bit of a delay/distraction, I’m still discovering titles I thought either completely out-of-print or very close. For a few months now, I’ve been working to offer (or re-offer) various titles to the public, simply to see what might appeal. Scroll down here to see the list to date: http://abovegroundpress.blogspot.ca/search/label/backlist
The new ebook from Argotist Ebooks is “Ekungok, Listen” by Craig Santos Perez
Ekungok, Listen is the fifth chapbook by Pacific Islander poet, scholar, and activist Craig Santos Perez. Written in narrative
and lyric forms, these poems explore Chamorro, Micronesian, and Pacific identities, cultures, histories, politics, ecologies, and
migrations. An accompanying spoken word audio album, titled [ … ]
The thirteenth issue of Touch the Donkey (a small poetry journal) is still available, with
new work by J
Jessica Smith, Douglas Barbour and Sheila Murphy, Sue Landers,
Oliver Cusimano and Marthe Reed
Watch over the
next few [ … ]
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 [ … ]
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 [ … ]
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 [ … ]
Below the normal issue mentions and how to submit, is information on
this Sun. May 1, at 12:00 p.m., d.a. levy-palooza 4 event, featuring
three out-of-town small presses–Third Man Books, Trembling Pillow
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 [ … ]
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/
Please listen to the VERSeFest special episode of the Small Machine Talks in which we interview Canadian (and an American) poets Jamaal Jackson Rogers, Stephen Collis, Chris Johnson, bill bissett, Paisley Rekdal, Brandon Wint, Ben Ladouceur, Eva HD, Michael Dennis, Kayla Czaga.
and further info: https://angelhousepress.com