Archivi tag: Mark Young

‘utsanga’: online i numeri 33 e 34

utsanga.it : sono online i numeri 33 e 34, settembre/dicembre 2022, con:
Francesco Massaro, Egidio Marullo, Carl Heyward, globalartproject, Francesco Aprile, Michael Betancourt, Silvio De Gracia, Ana Montenegro, Francesco Deotto, Lia Petrelli, Terri Witek, Antonio Devicienti, Nico Vassilakis, Volodymyr Bilyk, Antonio Amendola, Cecelia Chapman, Jeff Crouch, John M. Bennett, Texas Fontanella, Mark Young, Santiago Ortiz, Alina Applauso, Matthew Kay, Miron Tee, Lina Stern, Lorenzo Baldassarre, Marjan Zahed-Kindersley, Giovanni Cardone, Lucinda Sherlock, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Meghan Romance, Jim Wittenberg, Nelly Gérouard, Thomas Seto, Luc Fierens, MoMo, Rosa Gravino, Giorgio Moio, Richard Kostelanetz, Oronzo Liuzzi, Cesare Minutello, Alfonso Marino, Tulio Restrepo Echeverri

otoliths, issue #67

Issue sixty-seven of Otoliths, the southern spring, 2022 issue, is now live.

A little bit larger than normal, it contains the usual wide variety of work, this time from Judith Skillman, Elisa C. Martínez Salazar, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, Paul Siegell, Michael Orr & Texas Fontanella, Peter Yovu, Anna Cates, Sanjeev Sethi, Kyle Hemmings, Riccardo Benzina, Steven Bruce, CL Bledsoe, Texas Fontanella, Alan Catlin, David Miller, Craig Cotter, Ali Zarbali, Sharon H. Frost, Dale Jensen, Eric Hoffman, Lynn Strongin, Karl Kempton, Paul Dickey, Jack Galmitz, Gao An, Stacey Allam & John M. Bennett, John M. Bennett, Ioan Bunus & John M. Bennett, Bob Kotyk, Michael J. Leach, petro c. k., Maria Giesbrecht, Richard Kostelanetz, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, KJ Hannah Greenberg, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Jimmy Crouse, Nathan Anderson, Daniel de Culla, John Geraets, Jennifer Weigel, Judith Roitman, Ivars Balkits, Rob Martelli, Tohm Bakelas, Elaine Woo, Michael Sikkema, Livio Farallo, Diana Magallón, Jim Meirose, Carol Stetser, Eric Lunde, Sheila E. Murphy, dan raphael, Richard Magahiz, Daniel Barbiero, Pawel Markiewicz, Lawrence R. Smith, Mike Callaghan, John Tustin, George Myers Jr., Mark Pirie, James Grabill, Caleb Puckett, Damon Hubbs, Tim Gaze, Marilyn R. Rosenberg & Ann R. Shapiro, Mark Danowsky, Piet Nieuwland, Christopher Barnes, Guy R. Beining, Harvey Huddleston, Sterling Warner, Pete Spence, Julia Vaughan, Lewis LaCook, Dave Read, Susan Gangel & Ken Hay, Benjamin Niespodziany, Jim Leftwich, Joanne Bechtel, Brooks Lampe, Olchar E. Lindsann, John Digby & Bill Wolak, Linda M. Walker, Maximilian Speicher, Lucia Sapienza, LUNE OFFLINE, Samarra Prahlad, Gavin Lucky, Tom Beckett, Jeff Harrison, Bill Wolak, James Yeary, Joshua Martin, Uvia Shcho, Antonio Devicienti, Mark Cunningham, Carla Bertola, Alberto Vitacchio & Carla Bertola, Mercedes Webb-Pullman, Edward Kulemin, Nicholas Alexander Hayes, harry k stammer, Kenneth Rexroth, Jeff Bagato, Nathan Whiting, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Eileen R. Tabios, Mark Yale Harris, Heath Brougher, Natalie Christensen, Vernon Frazer, Bob Lucky, Daniel f Bradley, Heather M. Browne, Marcia Arrieta, Patrick Sweeney, John Levy, Glenn Ingersoll, Michael Ruby, Hrishikesh Srinivas, J.I. Kleinberg, Kit Kennedy, Caleb Fenez, Keith Nunes, Marilyn Stablein, Cecelia Chapman, M.J. Iuppa, Daniel Lehan, Elmedin Kadric, Hubert Kretschmer & Jürgen O. Olbrich, Penelope Weiss, Siân Vate, Elena Zalogina, Jill Jones, Alan Peat & Réka Nyitrai, Réka Nyitrai, hiromi suzuki, Thomas Camus, Barnaby Smith, J. D. Nelson, K. Roberts, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, Peter Cherches, Cherie Hunter Day, Keith Higginbotham, Angelo ‘NGE’ Colella, Darrell Petska, David Jalajel, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., & Jim Leftwich & John M. Bennett.

“the last vispo anthology” (fantagraphics, 2012), edited by nico vassilakis and crag hill: freely downloadable at archive.org

The Last Vispo Anthology (1998-2008) is here (since April, 21st):

and also here:

LAST VISPO

INDEX OF POETS:
Andrew Abbott, Fernando Aguiar, Sonja Ahlers, Charles Alexander, Reed Altemus, mIEKAL aND, Bruce Andrews, Dirk Rowntree, Jim Andrews, Hartmut Andryczuk, Marcia Arrieta, Dmitry Babenko, Petra Backonja, Gary Barwin, Michael Basinski, Guy R Beining, Derek Beaulieu, Marc Bell, Jason McLean, C Merhl Bennett, John M Bennett, Carla Bertola, Julien Blaine, Jaap Blonk, Christian Bök, Daniel f. Bradley, Nancy Burr, John Byrum, J. M. Calleja, Mike Cannell, David Baptiste Chirot, Peter Ciccariello, Jo Cook, Judith Copithorne, Holly Crawford, Maria Damon, Klaus Peter Dencker, Brian Dettmer, Fabio Doctorovich, Bill DiMichele, Johanna Drucker, Amanda Earl, Shayne Ehman, endwar, K. S. Ernst, Eva O Ettel, Greg Evason, Oded Ezer, Jesse Ferguson, Cesar Figueirdo, Luc Fierens, Peter Frank, Tim Gaze, Angela Genusa, Marco Giovenale, Jesse Glass, Robert Grenier, Bob Grumman, Ladislao Pablo Györi, Sharon Harris, Scott Helmes, Crag Hill, Bill Howe, Geof Huth, Serkan Isin, Gareth Jenkins, Michael Jacobson, Miguel Jimenez, Karl Jirgens, Alexander Jorgensen, Chris Joseph, Despina Kannaourou, Andreas Kahre, Satu Kaikkonen, Karl Kempton, Joseph Keppler, Roberto Keppler, Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Anatol Knotek, Márton Koppány, Richard Kostelanetz, Gyorgy Kostritski, Dirk Krecker, Edward Kulemin, Paul Lambert, Jim Leftwich, The Lions, Joel Lipman, Sveta Litvak, Troy Lloyd, damian lopes, Carlos M Luis, Donato Mancini, Chris Mann, Bill Marsh, Kaz Maslanka, Robert Mittenthal, Gustave Morin, Sheila Murphy, Keiichi Nakamura, Stephen Nelson, Marko Niemi, Rea Nikonova, Juergen O. Olbrich, Christopher Olson, David Ostrem, mARK oWEns, Clemente Padin, Michael Peters, Nick Piombino, Hugo Pontes, Ross Priddle, e. k. rzepka, Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Jenny Sampirisi, Suzan Sari, R Saunders, Michael V. Smith, David Ellingsen, Serge Segay, Spencer Selby, Douglas Spangle, Litsa Spathi, Pete Spence, Matina L. Stamatakis, Carol Stetser, Ficus Strangulensis, W. Mark Sutherland, Thomas Lowe Taylor, Miroljub Todorovic, Andrew Topel, Cecil Touchon, Aysegul Tozeren, e. g. vajda, Nico Vassilakis, John Vieira, Stephen Vincent, Alberto Vitacchio, Cornelis Vleeskens, Derya Vural, Ted Warnell, Irving Weiss, Helen White, Tim Willette, Reid Wood, James Yeary, Karl Young, Mark Young

è online utsanga #32

www.utsanga.it online il numero 32, giugno 2022, con opere di:
Anna Boschi Cermasi, Francesco Aprile, Gianluca Garrapa, Andrea Astolfi, Antonio Francesco Perozzi, Almandrade Andrade, Silvio De Gracia, Alejandro Thornton, Belén Gache, Claudio Mangifesta, Débora Daich, Fabio Doctorovich, Luis Pazos, Norberto José Martínez, Michael Betancourt , Terri Witek, Jim Leftwich, Ilyas Kassam, Ronald Lubega, Hannah Mitchell, Yuri Bruscky, Andrea Alzati, Stefano Lanuzza, Giuseppe Calandriello, San Giorgio Cibernetico, Carlo Bugli, Cecelia Chapman, Francesco Cane Barca, Volodymyr Bilyk, Baiwei, Paolo Allegrezza, Carmine Lubrano, Julia Rende, Mark Young, Richard Kostelanetz, Dawn Nelson Wardrope, Stephen Nelson, Antonio Devicienti, Texas Fontanella, John M. Bennett, Mario José Cervantes Mendoza, Vincenzo Lagalla

‘die leere mitte’, issue #14

In this issue: Werner Preuß, Massimiliano Damaggio, Antonio Devicienti, John M. Bennett, Jason Heroux, John Grey, Daniel Barbare, Mark Young, Joshua Martin, Steffen M. Diebold, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Patrick Sweeney.

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“utsanga” #30-31

https://www.utsanga.it/

mark young’s new selected poetry book

Songs to Come for the Salamander; Selected Poems 2013-2021: selected & introduced by Thomas Fink  has just been co-published by Sandy Press & Meritage Press.

Mark Young 
Songs to Come for the Salamander; Selected Poems 2013-2021:
selected & introduced by Thomas Fink

Sandy Press & Meritage Press, 2021
396 pages
ISBN: 978-1-7368160-4-2
Available through Amazon

Chosen by Thomas Fink from the 29 books of text poetry by Mark Young published since 2013, Songs to Come for the Salamander is a companion piece to the 2008 Pelican Dreaming, also selected & edited by Thomas Fink, & the 600-page 2013 The Codicils, which Young describes as nine books in one. It again highlights the variety, sly humor, & concern for social & political issues that the author is internationally known for. Many of his regular tropes — “A line from . . .,” “Today the Postwo/man,” & geographies are included, but they are only a small part of this delightful sampling from the 2500 or so poems from Young that have appeared in the nine years this selection covers.

“Some readers might assume that particular, highly pessimistic generalizations in Young’s poems are actually Mark Young presenting his sense of doom. The little ditty “democracy” registers the claim that “no-one// knows the/ words to” the “song” (the concept of democracy) even though “every-/ one sings” it, and “since violence is learned” tells us that “tolerance is no/ longer available, is replaced by trauma.” Although nothing in the poems—not even such affirmations of aesthetic transport as “Constant Craving,” which speaks of music “that acts as/ axis to steady everything around”—makes one identify the poet as a bright-eyed optimist, various moments in the work display too much respect for the complexity of cause and effect, limitations of human perception, the transience of trends, and sudden appearances of the unexpected to place sustained credence in large generalizations and foregone conclusions.”

— from the Introduction by Thomas Fink.

Recent books by Mark Young from Sandy Press:
The Sasquatch Walks Among Us
Sorties

die leere mitte, issue #10

otoliths, issue #58

Issue fifty-eight, the southern winter 2020 issue of Otoliths is now live, featuring Javant Biarujia’s The Taneraic Dictionary.

Accompanying that are contributions from Guy R. Beining, Kim Trainor, Louise Landes Levi, Texas Fontanella, Brandstifter, J.D. Nelson, Jim Leftwich, John M. Bennett, Sanjeev Sethi, Simon Perchik, Continua a leggere

otoliths: issue #57 is out

Issue fifty-seven of Otoliths, the southern autumn, 2020 issue, is now available online. It is dedicated to poet, publisher, & piano teacher Peter Ganick who passed away in April.

 It’s also the fourteenth birthday of Otoliths.

Once again it’s a wide-ranging issue, with work from Mason McClay, Michael Ruby, Brandstifter, Texas Fontanella, Sanjeev Sethi, bofa xesjum, Dylan Williams, Andrew Topel, Jim Meirose, bart plantenga, Willie Smith, J. D. Nelson, David Matthews, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Tom Montag, Ed Higgins, Olivier Schopfer, Clara B. Jones, Christian ALLE, Lynn Strongin, David Harrison Horton & Hidesaburo Saito, Daniel de Culla, J. Crouse, John M. Bennett, Diane Keys, Jim Leftwich, Matthew Stolte, Pete Spence, Mike Callaghan, Jack Galmitz, Guy R. Beining, Rich Murphy, Robert van Vliet, Cecelia Chapman, Jacob Kobina Ayiah Mensah, Adam Fieled, John Levy, Alexander Jorgensen, Stacey Allam, Xe M. Sánchez, Joann Renee Boswell, Anna Cates, Rose Knapp, Isabel Gómez de Diego, dan raphael, Elaine Woo, DAH, Thomas Fink, Michael Grotsky, Januário Esteves, Seth A. Howard, Linda King, R. Keith, hiromi suzuki, Joanna Walkden Harris, Scott Helmes, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Randee Silv & Miriam Bloom, Joel Ephraims, Richard Kostelanetz, Carol Stetser, Kristin Garth, Sean Negus & Amelia Dale,  Barry Allen & Nika, Stuart Wheatley, Kenneth Rexroth, Lila Dunlap, John Sweet, Kim Trainor, H. Mark Webster, Eric Hoffman, Tony Beyer, Jeff Bagato, Oormila Vijayakrishnan Prahlad, Keith Higginbotham, Bill Wolak, M.J. Iuppa, Barnaby Smith, Karl Kempton, Jonathan Minton, John McCluskey, Simon Perchik, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, Tim Gaze, Charles J. March III, Anna Hedenrud, Kelly Sauvage Angel, Elmedin Kadric, Kell Nelson, John C. Goodman, gobscure, Keith Nunes, Bob Heman, Jen Schneider, Tom Beckett, Michael O’Brien, Robert Beveridge, Judith Skillman, Hrishikesh Srinivas, Dave Read, Luis Cuauhtémoc Berriozábal, C. Mehrl Bennett, Piet Nieuwland, Penelope Weiss, Nathan Anderson, billy cancel, Taofeek Ayeyemi, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., Alberto Vitacchio & Carla Bertola, Ric Carfagna, Gareth Morgan, Valery Oisteanu, Kristian Patruno, Francesco Aprile, Kyle Hemmings, Katrinka Moore, Marilyn Stablein, RC deWinter, Mark Danowsky, Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, Michael Brandonisio, Eileen R. Tabios, Chris Brown, Marcia Arrieta, Joshua Wilkerson, Bruno Neiva, Edward Kulemin, Paul Rossiter, J.D. Rage, Tim Wright, & Marilyn R. Rosenberg. 

print parts of Otoliths issue #54

The print parts of Otoliths issue fifty-four are now available from The Otoliths Storefront at Lulu. Details are below. There is currently a 15% discount available from Lulu for all books. The promotional code is ONEFIVE.

Part One
332 pages b&w
Direct link: http://www.lulu.com/shop/mark-young-editor/otoliths-issue-fifty-four-part-one/paperback/product-24197429.html

Part one of Otoliths issue fifty-four contains poems, a questionnaire, an introduction to a book, vispo, short stories, & prose poems by Tom Montag, DS Maolalaí, Lynn Strongin, Doug Bolling, Eric Hoffman, Irene Koronas, C.R.E. Wells, Owen Bullock, Daniel Y. Harris, Pete Spence, Sanjeev Sethi, Judith Roitman, Steve Dalachinsky, J. D. Nelson, Rich Murphy, Norman Abjorensen, Kevin Tosca, John Greiner, Steve Kirby, Jim Leftwich, Pat Nolan, Thomas Fink, Heath Brougher, Michael Orr, Olchar Lindsann, Volodymyr Bilyk, Jim Meirose, Caleb Puckett, Reuben Woolley, Mary Kasimor, Mark DeCarteret, Jonel Abellanosa, Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, J. Crouse, Glenn Ingersoll, Richard Kostelanetz, Michael J Leach, Sophie Finlay & Matthew Hall, Erik Fuhrer, Janna Grace, B. T. Joy, Anne Gorrick, Ricki Garni, John M. Bennett, Linda M. Walker, Joel Chace, Joseph Buehler, Toby Fitch, Yoko Danno, Hugh Tribbey, Jeff Miller, Joseph Salvatore Aversano, Elmedin Kadric, M.J. Iuppa, Natsuko Hirata, Joe Balaz, Hrishikesh Srinivas, Robert Beveridge, Aidan Coleman, Javant Biarujia, Tony Beyer, Keith Higginbotham, Joseph Harrington, Clara B. Jones, Kristin Garth, Andrew Taylor, Jeff Harrison, Daniel f. Bradley, Penelope Weiss, Dave Read, Anna Cates, Sheila E. Murphy & Douglas Barbour, M. C. Rush, Tim Wright, Jen Schneider, William Repass, Ian Gibbins, Jill Jones, Holly Day, Timothy Pilgrim, Les Wicks, Tom Beckett, Bob Heman, John Pursch, Jesse Glass, & Martin Stannard.

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Part Two
268 pages, full color
Direct link: http://www.lulu.com/shop/mark-young-editor/otoliths-issue-fifty-four-part-two/paperback/product-24197436.html

Part two of Otoliths issue fifty-four, the full color part, contains collages, photographs, vispo, assemblages, montages, paintings, & text poems by Edward Kulemin, Elaine Woo, Diane Keys, Kyle Hemmings, Jim Leftwich, Scott Helmes, Volodymyr Bilyk, hiromi suzuki, AG Davis, Daniel de Culla, John Martone, Sheila E. Murphy, John M. Bennett, Drew B. David, Márton Koppány, Thomas M. Cassidy, David Baptiste Chirot, Olivier Schopfer, Colin Stewart Jones, Brendan Slater, Kellyn Elson, Andrew Topel, Nick Nelson, Judith Skillman, Jim George, Jeff Bagato, Texas Fontanella & Stuart Wheatley, Keith Nunes, Sacha Archer, John Levy, Marilyn Stablein, Cecelia Chapman & Jeff Crouch, gobscure, Marcia Arrieta, Gian Luigi Braggio, Mary Ellen Derwis, John McCluskey, R. Keith, Michael Brandonisio, Ella Skilbeck-Porter, Kristian Patruno, & Demosthenes Agrafiotis.

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Part Three
68 pages, full color
Direct link: http://www.lulu.com/shop/karl-kempton/otoliths-issue-fifty-four-part-three-discourses-5-6/paperback/product-24197440.html

Part three of Otoliths issue fifty-four is a full color chapbook which contains discourses 5 & 6 by Karl Kempton.

“les échiquiers effrontés”, by mark young

LES ÉCHIQUIERS EFFRONTÉS
by MARK YOUNG
 
“Duchamp’s Nude came eddying down the staircase carrying a chessboard & some sort of dictionary. ‘Your move,’ she said. I started with ‘angular.’ She won in less than ten moves. Kept on winning. Even when I painted the board red she beat me. It wasn’t until I started opening with Smurfs or the sigils of YouTube & Facebook, things she’d never seen before, that I began to be competitive. I finally won when I brought Nelson Mandela forward. That’s when Daddy stepped in. I never won again. ‘A readymade Mark,’ he called me,” Mark Young – Conceptual and surrealist visual poetry constructed on chessboard grids by the Australia-based poet and editor of the international journal, Otoliths. 

“a large and complex constellation, with no discernible center” (jim leftwich)

Jim Leftwich: “Look through these linked sites and you will find​ the work of hundreds of writers and artists. […] a large and complex constellation, with no discernible center”.

textimagepoetry / flickr
https://www.flickr.com/photos/textimagepoetry/collections

lost and found times archives, ed. john m. bennett
https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/handle/1811/45310

the ohio state university avant writing collections
https://library.osu.edu/find/collections/rarebooks/avant-writing/avant-guides/

http://kohoutenberg.blogspot.com/
the journal of the institute for study & application, kohoutenberg​, edited by scott macleod​

otoliths archives, ed. mark young
https://the-otolith.blogspot.com/2006/06/otoliths-archives-issue-one-southern.html

xPress(ed) ebooks
https://archive.org/details/xPressed

xStream magazine
https://archive.org/details/xStream

cPress
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/cpress

arrum press
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/arrumpress

gradient books
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/gradientbooks

scores/improvisations/texts
http://scoresimprovisationstexts.blogspot.fi/

nonlinear poetry
http://nonlinearpoetry.blogspot.fi/
http://nlpoetry.livejournal.com/
http://jukkapekkakervinen.blogspot.fi/

self-similar writing
http://selfsimilarwriting.blogspot.fi/

mailXart
http://mailxart.blogspot.fi/
http://mailxart.livejournal.com/

merisusi puolaksi (in Finnish)
http://merisusi.livejournal.com/

codes-writing (not working because of lost server)
http://codes-writing.blogspot.fi/

consonant clusters
http://consonantclusters.blogspot.fi/

open scores
http://openscores.blogspot.fi/

blue lion books
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/bluelionbooks

ankkuri (Finnish experimental publishing)
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/ankkuri

medulla (vispo, only one book/issue published)
https://medullavispo.wordpress.com/

linklists project

Maybe you’ve already noticed that http://slowforward.net is posting lists of links.

Here they are (and will be): https://slowforward.net/tag/linklist/

Now:
Just contribute to this living archive of stuff on line. Send your own list to Slowforward.
(Links to your blogs and sites).

Slowforward has already published links to works of Billy Bob Beamer, Jim Leftwich, differx, Márton Koppány, Crank Sturgeon, Mark Young, John M. Bennett, Tomislav Butkovic.

Slowforward owes the idea of this ongoing project to Jim Leftwich.

And also: support net (neutrality). Spread lists. Store works. Open http://archive.org accounts. Publish stuff on line. Send lists to Slowforward. Publish lists in your personal sites and blogs.

mark young on line

new zealand electronic poetry centre
http://www.nzepc.auckland.ac.nz/authors/young/index.asp

The University of Auckland Library
https://catalogue.library.auckland.ac.nz/primo-explore/search?query=creator,contains,mark%20young,%201941,AND&tab=combined&search_scope=Combined_All&sortby=rank&vid=NEWUI&mode=advanced&offset=0

AustLit
https://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/A19164?mainTabTemplate=agentWorksBy

Ohio State University Collection
http://library.ohio-state.edu/search/X?SEARCH=young%2C+mark&searchscope=7&SORT=D

gamma ways
https://mhcyoung.blogspot.com/

mark young’s Series Magritte
https://seriesmagritte.blogspot.com/

Pelican Dreaming
https://pelicandreaming.blogspot.com/

won des laits
https://wondeslaits.blogspot.com

Otoliths archives
https://the-otolith.blogspot.com.au/2006/06/otoliths-archives-issue-one-southern.html

The Otoliths Storefront
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/l_m_young

gradient books
http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/gradientbooks

The Series Magritte e-books (x 3)
moria books
http://www.moriapoetry.com/ebooks.html

Four Books from Meritage Press
(includes the Kervinen/Young collaborative e-book The Oracular Sonnets)
http://meritagepress.blogspot.com/

The Argotist Online
Mark Young interviewed by Sheila E. Murphy
http://www.argotistonline.co.uk/Young%20interview.htm

some geographies (e-book)

Fai clic per accedere a SOME%20GEOGRAPHIES.pdf