“galatea resurrect”, feb. issue (“a poetic engagement”)

Featured Poet: Sheila E. Murphy

The Palace of Flowers by Gerry Grubbs
Reviewed by Joseph P. Tomain (2/19)The Small Door of Your Death by Sheryl St. Germain
Reviewed by Neil Leadbeater (2/18)

Featured Essay: “Karl Kempton and ‘The Enigma of the Other’: The Originary Structures of Truth and Discovery of Visual Writing”
By Tom Hibbard (2/17)

Stubborn by Sheri Reda
Reviewed by M. Earl Smith (2/16)

WHEREAS by Layli Long Soldier
Engaged by Eileen Tabios (2/15)
some more strange meteorites by Mark Young
Reviewed by Neil Leadbeater (2/14)

Guitar Tech by Mark Sonnenfeld
Reviewed by Jim Leftwich (2/14)

ANNE WITH AN E & ME by Wesley St. Jo
Engaged by Eileen Tabios (2/13)

Girl Gang by Juliet Cook
Reviewed by M. Earl Smith (2/12)

ORPHIC CANTOS by Ivan Argüelles
Engaged by John M. Bennett (2/11)

Engaged by Eileen Tabios (2/10)

Phaneagrams by Jake Berry
Engaged by Jim Leftwich (2/9)

The Critic Writes Poems: Paul Pines

Featured Essay: “The Nearness of Asemic Writing” 
By Jim Leftwich (2/8)

MARAWI by Albert E. Alejo and Eileen R. Tabios with translations by Aileen Cassinetto
Reviewed by Neil Leadbeater (2/7)

farnessity, wordslabs by Randee Silv
Reviewed by Jim Leftwich (2/6)

Interview: William Burroughs
Engaged by jim mccrary (2/5)

Tres tressstrisss trieesss tril trilssss: Transmutations of Cesar Vallejo by Jim Leftwich
Engaged by John M. Bennett (2/4)

From Here by Zoe Skoulding, with illustrations by Simonetta Moro
Reviewed by M. Earl Smith (2/3)

Publications by Scott MacLeod, Michael Palmer, Thomas Lowe Taylor, Ann Lauterbach, Daniel Davidson and Laura Moriarty

Engaged by Scott MacLeod (2/2)

The Critic Writes Poems: Jim McCrary

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damiano & abeni: “from the dairy of jonas & job, inc., pigfarmers”, nuovo titolo della collana syn, ikonalíber

nuovo titolo della collana SYN _ Scritture di ricerca:
from the dairy of jonas & job, inc., pigfarmers,
di damiano & abeni
[testo in inglese e italiano]

l’ebook è in vendita e già disponibile e tutte le informazioni per l’acquisto sono al link http://www.ikona.net/damiano-abeni-from-the-dairy/

l’edizione cartacea sarà disponibile dalla seconda metà di giugno.

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issue #45 of “otoliths” is on line

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has survived its unprecedented dive between Saturn & its innermost rings, to send back the latest issue of Otoliths that includes cosmic work from Karl Kempton, Thomas Fink, Maya D. Mason, John Xero, John M. Bennett, D.J. Huppatz, Daniel de Culla, Seth Copeland, Texas Fontanella, Jim Leftwich, Robert Lee Brewer, Jim Hanson, Olivier Schopfer, William Repass, Steve Dalachinsky, Kyle Hemmings, Craig Cotter, Jon Cone, Dah Helmer, Michael Farrell, Peycho Kanev, Richard J. Fleming, Cecelia Chapman, Jeff Crouch, Jack Galmitz, Philip Byron Oakes, J.J. Campbell, Sanjeev Sethi, Tom Montag, Darren C. Demaree, Hart Broudy, Neil Leadbeater, Volodymyr Bilyk, Stephen C. Middleton, Aidan Semmens, Karen Greenbaum-Maya, Sneha Subramanian Kanta, Bill Wolak, Pete Spence, Clara B. Jones, Andrew Topel, Andrew Taylor & David Spittle, Marietta McGregor, Faleeha Hassan, Diane Keys, Jesse Glass, Kenneth Rexroth, Katrinka Moore, Daniel Y. Harris, osvaldo cibils, Thomas M. Cassidy, Eileen R. Tabios, David Lohrey, Edward Kulemin, Jared Chipkin, Lakey Comess, Baron Geraldo, Shataw Naseri, Logan K. Young, AG Davis, hiromi suzuki, Hugh Tribbey, Anne-Marie Jeanjean, Caleb Puckett, Drew B. David, Jeff Bagato, Márton Koppány, Louise Landes Levi, Jill Chan, Alain Robinet, Raymond Farr, Dennis Andrew Aguinaldo, Willie Smith, Joe Balaz, M A McDonald, Jim McCrary, Sian Vate, Heath Brougher, Owen Bullock, differx, Lynn Strongin, Marcello Diotallevi, Robbie Coburn, Carol Stetser, Chris Brown, Richard James Allen, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Jeff Harrison, David Harrison Horton, Sjoerd van der Weide, Joel Chace, Indigo Perry, Simon Perchik, Richard Kostelanetz, David Baptiste Chirot, Timothy Pilgrim, Nicole Pottier, Natsuko Hirata, Massimo Stirneri, Rebecca Eddy, Josh Smith, major stafford sternwall, John Pursch, Sheikha A., Mercedes Webb-Pullman, Jared Pearce, Keith Nunes, Jake Goetz, Allen Forrest, sean burn, Richard Skelton, Tom Beckett, Shloka Shankar, Seth Howard, Tony Beyer, Sam Langer, Bob Heman, Cherie Hunter Day, Aurélien Leif,  Catherine Fletcher, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Pragya Vashishtha, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., Pam Brown, & Marilyn Stablein.


about “the republic of exit 43”

some lines from Jennifer Scappettone, author of The Republic of Exit 43



“I’ve been working on this project since I moved from Berkeley back to Long Island, or Brooklyn to be precise, in 2005—when I discovered I’d grown up across the street from a landfill toxic enough to be added to the Environmental Protection Agency’s National Priorities List of hazardous sites. It’s disconcerting and uncanny that the book should emerge at a time when the capacity of that agency to restrain the generation of new environmental health hazards is endangered.

Calling this a book still feels strange: the subtitle is Outtakes & Scores from an Archaeology and Pop-Up Opera of the Corporate Dump. Many of the poems are textscapes that were used as scores for performance, reproduced in color. Photographic traces of fieldwork on Staten and Long Island and documents of installations in Rome, Los Angeles, the internet, and the augmented reality of Syosset made their way into the book as well.

The wonderful people at Small Press Distribution can help you get a copy at this link.

The state of the nation has so far distracted me from scheduling much toward a launch, but I know I’ll be traveling to the following places to read and speak:

Segue Series, NYC, Saturday, February 11
POG, Tucson, Saturday, March 18
University of Arizona, Tucson, Tuesday, March 21
St. Mark’s Poetry Project, NYC, Monday, April 24

the unbearable contact with poets / derek beaulieu





pennsound italiana

bannerPSUna nuova sezione dell’archivio PennSound, dell’Università di Pennsylvania, interamente dedicato a registrazioni audio e video di poeti e autori italiani.

Qui l’introduzione in inglese della curatrice, Jennifer Scappettone: http://jacket2.org/article/introducing-pennsound-italiana

La pagina è all’indirizzo http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Italiana.php