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Ernest M. Robson’s Phonetic-Linguistic Approach to Prosody to Produce Poems, Thanks to Lewis Freedman January 24, 2014: Lewis Freedman on what we have not forgotten, at Flying Object (or what we won't, now, thanks to him). These "Scans by Lew" are to be an ongoing, monthly feature "reintroducing experimental books of poetry that, despite their ambitious radicalities, don’t seem to be much in circulation, at least among the poets [he's] been hanging out with." [...] by

Buy a Raffle Ticket to Flying Object’s Anniversary Party! October 1, 2013: The much-beloved Flying Object of Hadley, MA, is hosting its 3-YEAR ANNIVERSARY BENEFIT AND EPIC RAFFLE ! ! ! This newness is in addition to the facts that they've just hired the marvelous Karl Saffran, formerly of Woodland Pattern, as their new Managing Director; have a growing advisory board of almost 100; and--as we've mentioned [...] by

Apply for Flying Object’s ResidencyX or Perish August 22, 2013: Poets and artists, don't be dowf, manipulate your old things, but apply newly for the Flying Object ResidencyX; your brilliant ideas are being considered now (you have until November 15 for a Fall 2014 residency). It's an interesting one and long in the making--not only will you be granted time to write, but you'll engage the Hadley, MA, [...] by

A Book Designed Both as a Map and a Book and Written by You for the First Flying Object Chapbook Initiative September 17, 2012: The strength of Flying Object lies in its initiatives. Among many other things less abstractly defined. Actually, this is quite concrete, and includes two of your favorite words: Submit to Flying Object's Chapbook Initiative! Want more information? Well, shore: But the greatest work of art would be to drive everywhere without maps – [...] by

Poets on vinyl! May 13, 2011: Just announced: a new record label for poets! If you’ve wondered whither went Baltimore’s Narrow House Recordings or have held tightly to your 7” of Edmund Berrigan’s first I Feel Tractor album (there are maybe two of you who fit this description, but we know you’re out there), this news might make your day. SUPERMACHINE’s co-curator [...] by