Poems by Anselm Berrigan

BOMB 127 Spring 2014
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Anselm Berrigan’s recent publications include Loading, a collaborative book with painter Jonathan Allen published by Brooklyn Arts Press, Sure Shot (Overpass, 2013), & Skasers (with John Coletti, Flowers & Cream, 2012). Primitive State, a book-length poem, will be published by Edge Books in 2014. He is the poetry editor for The Brooklyn Rail, and Co-Chair, Writing at the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College.

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BOMB 127, Spring 2014

Featuring interviews with Jay Scheib, Matthew Barney and Gaspar Noé, chameckilerner, Zoe Leonard and Shannon Ebnerm, Teju Cole, Etel Adnan, Natalie Frank, and Valerie Snobeck.

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