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on the small press, part two: ‘the future is back’ April 21, 2014: The second in a series of posts featuring editors and publishers discussing their projects. First up: Noel Black and Mary Burger. [caption id="attachment_85287" align="alignright" width="300"] Shoplifter's Honor, cover design by Noel Black. 2004[/caption] —Noel Black Angry Dog Press started in 1998, I think. It was the imprint under which [...] by

100 YRS OF SELFIE POETICS: On Monica McClure and Edith Södergran April 7, 2014: 1. Who is the girl that gives it away, that petocha “with a little purse like a puta for cigarettes and change”? How is a lyric poem like a girl who stages for the public a private moment? Who spreads around her little book? Who brings the public into her privacy? Who thereby could be said to fake privacy? What kind of volatile [...] by

Johannes Göransson on the Ambient Maternal Narratives of Gro Dahle & Dolores Dorantes March 24, 2014: Johannes Göransson writes about Gro Dahle and Dolores Dorantes for Montevidayo. (We recently pointed to a review by Seth Abramson at HuffPo of Dahle's book, A Hundred Thousand Hours [UDP 2013], translated from the Norwegian by Rebecca Wadlinger.) Whereas Ambramson takes the form perhaps more as a given, writing that "Norwegian poet Dahle [...] by

Dashes Performing ‘Working-Class Poetry’: Emily Dickinson to Johan Jönson February 11, 2014: At Actuary Lit, Beth Towle looks at what she considers to be "working-class poetry," with a needle-eye on Emily Dickinson, who also serves as an example for what Towle likes to call the “sound of interruption.” Here's some form-content connecting: The lack of autonomy is a major theme in not just working-class poetry but also in [...] by

Iranian Poets Fateme Ekhtesari and Mehdi Moosavi Imprisoned December 26, 2013: Over at Montevidayo, Johannes Göransson writes about the imprisonment of two Iranian poets. He writes: [I was asked to translate this from a facebook page set up by Swedish poets who have worked with Fateme Ekhtesari:] As friends and colleagues of the poets and activists Fateme Ekhtesari and Mehdi Moosavi, we want to call your [...] by

Stockholm International Poetry Festival + Gurlesque? Yes Please! November 22, 2013: Our friend Johannes Göransson alerted us to this supremely excellent festival taking place in Sweden, the Stockholm International Poetry Festival. This year's theme is Gurlesque. He translates the festival's description as follows: In the age of Pussy Riot, poets from around the planet are sharpening their pens against the media’s [...] by

New to the Archive August 23, 2013: We've just replenished the coffers with some valuable poem nuggets and thought Friday morning would be the perfect time to share these treats from our online archive. Ya know, just to get the weekend off on the right foot. First, it is with great pleasure that we've added this handful of poems by Philip Lamantia, filling in that surrealist [...] by

Johannes Göransson on Swedish Conceptualist Johan Jönson August 8, 2013: Our featured blogger for the month is Johannes Göransson, as you know; and he's just penned a response to Cal Bedient's much-debated essay on affect and Conceptualism for Montevidayo. Noting that the difference between the two, for Bedient, is a division of the head from the heart, Goransson writes: "Not only is this–as many people, [...] by

In Defense of— June 28, 2013: I have an extremely stubborn resistance to entering debates about poetry that occur in mainstream publications. So while blogging this month for Harriet, I’ve stuck to my own interests and obsessions, pushing, too, toward some new thinking (as in things I’d not thought before) on poetics. That was exciting. While I was doing this, I was [...] by

John Yau & Blake Butler Both Review Johannes Göransson’s Haute Surveillance June 24, 2013: A couple of good reviews in for Johannes Göransson's new book, Haute Surveillance (Tarpaulin Sky, 2013)! First up, John Yau writes for Hyperallergic that HS is a book that "shares something with Whitman, Monique Wittig, J. G. Ballard and Dostoevsky’s 'underground man.'" Futhermore: "Göransson, who has previously published five books and [...] by