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Julian T Brolaski / gowanus atropolis / Advice for Lovers April 22, 2013: Julian T Brolaski / gowanus atropolis / Ugly Duckling Presse / 2011 Julian Talamantez Brolaski / Advice for Lovers / City Lights / 2012 These Brolaski poems / neoretro in extremis / create neologisms (along the way) out of oldish standards of reference and out of oldish stances toward the language as such (and (perhaps) toward the language [...] by

Why Do You Write? March 20, 2013: [caption id="attachment_63031" align="alignright" width="500"] Kathryn L. Pringle[/caption] James Wagner at Mobile has invited several writers to respond to the very basic question, "Why do you write?" The responses range from short to slightly elaborate. Derek White of 5cense and Calamari Press writes "to keep morality at bay" and Julian [...] by

Gowanus Overfloweth October 30, 2012: Yesterday, even before the full flash of nasty known as Hurricane Sandy made landfall in NYC, the Gowanus Canal broke its banks. We heard this news from the New York Observer: With the combined effects of the surge from Hurricane Sandy and high tide, the Gowanus Canal broke its banks this morning in multiple locations and flooded over [...] by

More Advice for Lovers at the Rumpus July 25, 2012: Yesterday, we reported on this extravaganza. Now, the Rumpus is having one of their own! T Fleischmann reviews Brolaski's latest here, and has many smart things to say about the book. Including this: By ignoring and sometimes flaunting accepted modes of gender and sex, Brolaski’s advice extends far beyond any sort of postmodern [...] by

A Brolaski Extravaganza!!! July 24, 2012: The City Lights blog is lighting it up with TONS of great writing and recordings by and about Julian Talamantez Brolaski. The occasion, of course, is the publication of his Advice for Lovers earlier this year. All of this is brought to us by way of Garrett Caples (recently published here, btw, and recorded here). Caples sets the scene [...] by