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Discovering Peter Ganick: Agoraphobia and No Soap Radio 23 Mar 2012 | 04:43 pm

I've been having lots of fun with these two books by Peter Ganick from the mid 1990's. From "No Soap Radio": when you are actual insert dice in the core of silk the tack on focus keep on shaken with...

Top Poetry Picks 11 Mar 2012 | 08:53 pm

These are the poetry books that have impressed me the most so far this year. None are 2012 publications. Rod Smith's "Deed" Gil Ott's "The Whole Note" Michael Gottlieb's "The Likes of Us" Craig Wa...

White-haired Melody, a novel by Furui Yoshikichi 10 Jan 2012 | 08:07 pm

I am being deeply affected by this quietly but profoundly meditative narrative. Full of subtle musings and observations on themes of aging, madness and death, the book is also full of the distinctivel...

"elegan trogon" from How's the Cows by Jess Mynes 6 Nov 2011 | 12:19 pm

pitch a fit snow recedes lops red carpet hickey heart intersects forget-me-not distant body mining emergent designs animate trepan stare-off written on her Chucks superheroes loom closer to why sea an...

A Little Poem 7 Sep 2011 | 04:09 pm

Factors While tricycles of fat destroy lip parades On the lecture circuit, Gnomic genocidal peace laboratories Crash the party. Entangled tribes of infected speleologists Convene another ecstatic re...

J. H. Prynne's Red D Gypsum from the collection Furtherance 29 Jun 2011 | 08:48 pm

Here's a pretty representative excerpt from the amazing Red D Gypsum---- Top-work the frame to chalk white yet against less clear tremolo flotation, sudden demerged racing downsize nutrient plume to ...

Peter Seaton's The Son Master 23 Jun 2011 | 07:06 pm

An exerpt from the long prose poem The Son Master by Peter Seaton---- To which, to take charge, this feature could be any idea of the need for a substitute for an advantage over the sound fracture pl...

Two Poems by Clark Coolidge (from the collection Own Face) 21 Feb 2011 | 07:10 pm

The Icing Up It Turns To for M.P.'s without music When, meaning where, will the wire go down, meaning would, beneath the portion of tree, substitute cracking, effected by the lower portion, mood, of ...

Two Poems by Bill Berkson (from Portrait and Dream: New and Selected Poems) 1 Feb 2011 | 02:59 pm

On Ice Doors of jostled vicinity An eager angle extending in the sky a grey chasm Tip of island street morning wash A waking minute pointed to end quote Squeeze left in diamond-beaded industry Wedgef...

Appreciating Philip Guston 30 Nov 2010 | 07:30 pm

I came to Guston's work years ago through my admiration for Morton Feldman's music and reading of their childhood friendship which Feldman broke off in the '60s when Guston abandoned abstract expressi...

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