Saturn 2.0: Adam Fieled’s first eight print books with Prefaces collects books written by Fieled between 2007-2012 (Posit, Opera Bufa, Beams, When You Bit, Chimes, Apparition Poems, Equations, Cheltenham), with 2013 prefaces by Fieled himself, and now has its own page on Open Library. Here is how the different Saturns have fared on IA [ … ]
New York Sonnets is a heretofore unpublished sixteen poem sequence written by American poet Adam Fieled in 2000, performed in Philly at venues like Book Trader, Tritone, and Villanova University. Now, the NY Sonnets pdf is on Internet Archive, here.
The inaugural issue of Tyger Burning from Marick Press, which includes several Apparition Poems as well as material from Kazim Ali, Francesco Levato, Ilya Kaminsky, Chard deNiord, and others, is available to be purchased on Barnes & Noble.com, here.
Two Teens Trilogies collates The Posit Trilogy and Trilogy by American poet Adam Fieled. Portions have appeared in Tears in the Fence, Otoliths, the fourW Anth, and elsewhere. Here is the e-book on Yudu. Cover, by Peter Paul Rubens, hangs in the Philadelphia Museum of Art in Center City Philadelphia.
The Great Recession, by American poet Adam Fieled, was first released as an e-book in 2013. It focuses on the lives of Americans during the late Aughts and early Teens. Portions have appeared in Otoliths, Words Dance, the fourW Anth, and elsewhere. Cover image by Abby Heller-Burnham. Here it is on Yumpu.
The pdf I call Two Teens Trilogies, comprised of The Posit Trilogy and just Trilogy, and sections of which have been released in Otoliths, Tears in the Fence, and fourW, is now up and running on Yumpu.
This piece begins the work of historically contextualizing and placing the best work of the Philly Free School; also attempting a cultural critique of the Teens, and the Teens generalized response to PFS:
This edition of “Race and Vine: Four Narratives Set in Philadelphia” has been re-formatted and revamped. The pieces are “Feel: An Elegy For Our Times,” “Letters to Dead Masters,” “A Poet in Center City,” and Trish.” Cover image by Mary Harju: