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Global Warming Is Caused by Desire: Talking With James Sherry at BOMBLOG February 25, 2014: Over at BOMBLOG, we're delighted to see a conversation with James Sherry about his most recent work, Oops! Environmental Poetics, out late 2013 with BlazeVOX. Zoe R. Panagopoulos gets right to the heart of it: Oops! Environmental Poetics addresses poets, ecologists, politicians, environmental scientists, and anyone else concerned by [...] by

Help Put a Roof Over Roof Books December 12, 2013: You like that headline? We bet you do. This just in from James Sherry of The Segue Foundation, which, if you aren't awares, presents some of the finest post-Langpo and post-50 Conceptual writing going on well, going on! In fact, Segue has had a great year, having published four titles under Roof Books in 2013: Erica Kaufman’s premier Instant [...] by

ROOF Magazine (1976-79) Reissued and Available for Download! January 17, 2013: "After several months of scanning, editing, cataloging," says reissuer extraordinaire Danny Snelson, "the complete set of ROOF magazine (ed. James Sherry, 1976-79) is now available for yr downloading pleasure on Jacket2." We got some fine reading ahead of us: John Ashbery, Ted Berrigan, Diane Wakoski, John Giorno, Ed Sanders, Anne Waldman, [...] by

New James Sherry Page on EPC! December 20, 2012: Good news over at EPC, where an author page has been created for James Sherry--poet, editor, publisher and founder of Roof Books (née 1976, with Roof Magazine) and the Segue Foundation (1977). Online works there include complete PDFs of early work: Popular Fiction, Converses, In Case, and Part Songs; and Sherry's reviews of The Grand Piano [...] by

Fiona Templeton and Environmental Theater June 27, 2011: Douglas Messerli, writer and publisher of Green Integer, has posted on his US Theater blog many poetic playscripts, reviews, and articles surrounding avant-garde and contemporary theater-making--the contents include a number of essays by Messerli himself (who co-edited, with Mac Wellman, From the Other Side of the Century II: A New American Drama [...] by