“the new concrete. visual poetry in the 21st century”: ready for preorder

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Vito Acconci, Augusto de Campos, Henri Chopin, Paula Claire, Bob Cobbing, Ian Hamilton Finlay, John Furnival, Ilse Garnier, Pierre Garnier, Eugen Gomringer, Hansjorg Mayer, Franz Mon, Edwin Morgan and Décio Pignatari as well as new work by Jordan Abel, mIEKAL aND, Fiona Banner, Simon Barraclough, Michael Basinski, Erica Baum, Caroline Bergvall, Derek Beaulieu, Jaap Blonk, Christian Bök, Sean Bonney, Pavel Büchler, Francesca Capone, Antonio Claudio Carvalho, Thomas A. Clark, Tom Comitta, Judith Copithorne, Simon Cutts, Natalie Czech, Bob Dahlquist, kevin mcpherson eckhoff, Jesse Patrick Ferguson, Peter Finch, Alec Finlay, Rachel E. Foster, S.J. Fowler, Philip Gallo, John Giorno, Marco Giovenale, Roel Goussey, Scott Helmes, Henningham Family Press, Sophie Herxheimer, James Hoff, Jenny Holzer, Geof Huth, Leandro Katz, Tom Jenks, Julie Johnstone,Cecilie Bjørgås Jordheim, Sarah Kelly, John Kinsella, Anatol Knotek, Christopher Knowles, Márton Koppány, Richard Kostelanetz, Daniel Lehan, Simon Lewty, Liliane Lijn, Tony Lopez, Steve McCaffery, Donato Mancini, nick-e melville, Stuart Mills, Gustave Morin, Rick Myers, Tom Phillips, Jörg Piringer, Toby Martinez de las Rivas, David Miller, Robert Montgomery, Clemente Padin, Colin Sackett, W. Mark Sutherland, Cia Rinne, Greg Thomas, Sue Tompkins, Andrew Topel, Cecil Touchon, Nick Thurston, Barrie Tullett, André Vallias, Nico Vassilakis, Emmanuelle Waecklerlé, Sam Winston and others

“the new concrete” anthology

The New Concrete is a major new anthology of visual poetry edited by Victoria Bean and Chris McCabe and published by Hayward Publishing (July 2015). The book represents visual poetry published from 2000 to the present day and suggests ways in which the original concrete movement of the 1950s and ’60s has been built upon, developed and redefined by subsequent generations of poets and artists.

The anthology gathers work created internationally since 2000 and includes new work by concrete poets including Vito Acconci, Augusto de Campos, Henri Chopin, Paula Claire, Bob Cobbing, Ian Hamilton Finlay, John Furnival, Ilse Garnier, Pierre Garnier, Eugen Gomringer, Hansjorg Mayer, Franz Mon, Edwin Morgan and Décio Pignatari as well as new work by Jordan Abel, mIEKAL aND, Fiona Banner, Simon Barraclough, Michael Basinski, Erica Baum, Caroline Bergvall, Derek Beaulieu, Jaap Blonk, Christian Bök, Sean Bonney, Pavel Büchler, Francesca Capone, Antonio Claudio Carvalho, Thomas A. Clark, Tom Comitta, Judith Copithorne, Simon Cutts, Natalie Czech, Bob Dahlquist, kevin mcpherson eckhoff, Jesse Patrick Ferguson, Peter Finch, Alec Finlay, Rachel E. Foster, S.J. Fowler, Philip Gallo, John Giorno, Marco Giovenale, Roel Goussey, Scott Helmes, Henningham Family Press, Sophie Herxheimer, James Hoff, Jenny Holzer, Geof Huth, Leandro Katz, Tom Jenks, Julie Johnstone,Cecilie Bjørgås Jordheim, Sarah Kelly, John Kinsella, Anatol Knotek, Christopher Knowles, Márton Koppány, Richard Kostelanetz, Daniel Lehan, Simon Lewty, Liliane Lijn, Tony Lopez, Steve McCaffery, Donato Mancini, nick-e melville, Stuart Mills, Gustave Morin, Rick Myers, Tom Phillips, Jörg Piringer, Toby Martinez de las Rivas, David Miller, Robert Montgomery, Clemente Padin, Colin Sackett, W. Mark Sutherland, Cia Rinne, Greg Thomas, Sue Tompkins, Andrew Topel, Cecil Touchon, Nick Thurston, Barrie Tullett, André Vallias, Nico Vassilakis, Emmanuelle Waecklerlé, Sam Winston and others.

The introduction is written by Kenneth Goldsmith and the book contains afterwords by Victoria Bean and Chris McCabe.

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“an anthology of asemic handwriting”


“An Anthology of Asemic Handwriting” now available for preorder. Shipping expected this month.http://www.uitgeverij.cc/publications/an-anthology-of-asemic-handwriting/
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“from the other side of the century: a new american poetry 1960-1990”, by douglas messerli

In 1960 Donald Allen published his ground-breaking anthology, The New American Poetry, which gathered some of the most important innovative poets writing since World War II, and helped Americans perceive a tradition that was different from the poetry of the 1940s and 1950s put forth by the American Academy in general, and by the New Critics in particular. The effect of this anthology has been staggering, and has helped to shape poetry since its publication. And since 1970 many readers have waited for another such anthology for the poets writing after Allen’s contribution. Many anthologies have appeared, but either they have focused on particular groups of writers or have been too unfocused aesthetically to have the impact of The New American Poetry.

Working over the past ten years, Douglas Messerli has attempted to bring together some of these same issues and concerns, reiterating them into the context of United States and Canadian poetry since Donald Allen’s collection. Like Allen, Messerli has organized his selection into somewhat arbitrary and non-rigid categories; but unlike Allen he has refused to “name” these in the concern (in the context of today’s more eclectic and socially-based gatherings) that they will be misunderstood as actual “groups” or poets driven only by particular ideas or theories.

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Messerli is the editor of “Language” Poetries, published by New Directions; and Contemporary American Fiction, published by his own Sun & Moon Press. He is also the author of four books of poetry, a film for fiction in poetry, and a play.

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