Saturday, January 29, 2011
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Please enjoy! Jess
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
One of the things I have said about our forthcoming Fixed and Free Poetry Anthology is that it will celebrate the wonderful poetic community we have built together over the last couple of years. I hope that you agree with me that one of the precious qualities of our community is that we create opportunities to acknowledge, honor and celebrate our own.
Issue 1 has shipped to Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, Italy, Uganda, and of course, the lower forty-eight.
Contributors in issue 1: John Bloomberg-Rissman, Steve Dalachinsky, Patrick James Dunagan, Whit Griffin, W. Scott Howard, Mary Kasimor, Michael Leong, E. J. McAdams, Deborah Meadows, Jonathan Minton, Richard Owens, Nate Pritts, Chuck Richardson, Andrew Schelling, Brandon Shimoda, Tyrone Williams
Subscriptions are free; if you are interested in receiving future copies, please send your mailing address to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ECCOLINGUISTICS is distributed in hard copy only. The list of 200 will be maintained, altered and expanded as opportunity, subscription, and desire presents itself.
Issues take shape around the work that arrives. If you have something you would like to send, we would like to see it.
ECCOLINGUISTICS is an aspect of Delete Press. If you are interested, please do visit, send work, and / or subscribe. It's free.
Best, Jared Schickling
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Prof. Abraham Ravett: CD of Poet Charles Reznikoff Reading ‘Holocaust’
Filmmaker and Hampshire College professor Abraham Ravett’s latest creative project — a CD of poet Charles Reznikoff reading Holocaust — took more than three decades to bring to completion.
Ravett made the audio recording in Reznikoff’s New York City apartment in December 1975, the same year that Black Sparrow Press published Holocaust and shortly before Reznikoff died.
Holocaust is largely based on translations from the Nuremberg and Eichmann trials. Read in the clear, aged voice of the great Objectivist poet, the recording captures the poem as an aesthetic object rather than feelings or thoughts, making the images it contains all the more haunting. Eighteen sections are entitled by opening testimony content, such as “One of the SS men…,” “The state is to get hold…” and “The bodies were thrown out quickly... .”
Monday, January 24, 2011
A message to all members of Duke City Fix
Friday, January 14, 2011
Thursday, January 13, 2011
OPEN HOUSE DETAILS:
Poetry Open House
1:00 - 4:30 pm
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Billy Brown's home:
2909 Monterey Ave SE, Albuquerque
(3 streets south of Coal, 3 houses east of Girard)
Read your own poems, or poems by other poets, or just relax, listen, and enjoy the magic of poetry. I provide the hot tea (weather permitting ... :-) OPTIONAL: You may bring a snack to share ~ NOT required!
Please invite/bring friends. Please RSVP only if you PLAN to attend, so that I can accommodate the number attending.
(If you happen to change your mind and decide to attend at the last minute, PLEASE do come ... you are welcome, even if you do not RSVP ... :-)
Deadline Jan. 15
$2000 each and publication in Crazyhorse
Enter online or by mail. Up to twenty-five pages of fiction or up to three poems (up to 10 pages total of poetry). Reading fee of $16 per manuscript includes a subscription to Crazyhorse. Complete guidelines and instructions are available online.
Red Wheelbarrow announces its 2011 National Edition submission deadline: postmarked February 1, 2011.
- Poetry: up to five poems
- Fiction: one short story (up to 5,000 words) or up to three short-shorts
- Creative Nonfiction: one essay (up to 4,000 words)
- Photographs, Drawings, & Digital Art: up to five prints, slides, or digital files—we prefer digital files.
- Comics: one or two images or graphic narratives.
Red Wheelbarrow National Edition appears once a year usually in the early fall. We welcome unsolicited submissions and publish an artistically and culturally diverse range of voices from our region as well as from around the country and the world. We accept submissions from September 1 to February 1 and will make final decisions by the end of spring. We respond within 3 months. Red Wheelbarrow, formerly known as Bottomfish, has been publishing continuously since 1976. We also publish a De Anza-student-only edition of Red Wheelbarrow each June.
Guidelines and further information for both editions are available online.
Red Wheelbarrow Literary Magazine, De Anza College, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd., Cupertino, CA 95014. Please enclose a brief autobiographical statement and an SASE (plus an email address) for reply. Simultaneous submissions are acceptable if so indicated. Please notify us as soon as possible if the submission is accepted elsewhere. Email submissions accepted (encouraged) at WeisnerKen@fhda.edu.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Thursday, January 6, 2011
Figure out what to wear—white dress?
Put hair in bun
Bake gingerbread for Sue
Peer out window at passersby
White dress? Off-white dress?
Chat with Lavinia
Work in garden
Letter to T.W.H.
White dress or what?
Eavesdrop on visitors from behind door
Try on new white dress
Gardening—watch out for narrow fellows in grass!
Gingerbread, cakes, treats
Poems: Write and hide them
Embroider sash for white dress
Water flowers on windowsill
Monday, January 3, 2011
The literary blog Miriam's Well is celebrating its first anniversary. TEXTILES is new category for poetry, haiku, short prose, and sudden fiction.
Miriam's Well is always looking for interviews with poets who have published a book, Japanese forms such as tanka and haibun, flash fiction, writing on our themes which include land art, Iceland, birds, glass, Baba Yaga, and more.
Submit directly to Miriam Sagan at email@example.com
PS ~ we tweet also Miriam' Well regularly @PWPicnic, hashtag #nmpoetry