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Portfolio by Karl Holmqvist

Karl Holmqvist lives and works in Berlin.

Portfolio by Karl Holmqvist

Karl Holmqvist lives and works in Berlin.

Robert Grenier and Paul Stephens
​CAMBRIDGE M'ASS Robert Grenier

CAMBRIDGE M’ASS, originally published by Lyn Hejinian’s Tuumba Press in 1979, marked Robert Grenier’s shift to visual poetry. Celebrating its recent reprint, Paul Stephens talks with him about the oversize poster-poem, where poetry is both map and maze.

Portfolio by Ofri Cnaani

My Untranslated Feed

Vanessa Place: Poetry and the Conceptualist Period by Andrea Quaid

Andrea Quaid and Vanessa Place on the simultaneity, reflection, and transformation of conceptualism.

Unedited Transcript: Kenneth Goldsmith
Kenneth Goldsmith Body

This is an unedited raw transcript, made available as a BOMB Web Extra.

Kenneth Goldsmith by Marcus Boon
Kenneth Goldsmith Body

Kenneth Goldsmith is a trickster for sure, not just because his work takes place on the crossroads between legal and illegal, between digital and real life, between word and image, but because he’s a man who wears a lot of hats, metaphorical and otherwise. 

Hervé Le Tellier’s Enough about Love and The Sextine Chapel by Lee Ann Brown
​Hervé Le Tellier 01

Hervé Le Tellier’s two recent works, Enough About Love and The Sextine Chapel, present an intellectual, geometrically woven, and wholly stimulating take on erotic-lit.

Ugly Duckling Presse by Alan Gilbert
Ugly Duckling Presse

It’s tough being a bohemian these days. 

Matias Viegener & Christine Wertheim’s The /n/oulipian Analects by Tom La Farge
​Johanna Drucker

If you’re interested in the writing practices associated with Oulipo (founded in 1960, it has included Raymond Queneau, Harry Mathews, Italo Calvino, and Georges Perec), you’ll want this book recording a 2005 conference on the poetics of constraint. 

Three Poems by Laurie Sheck

Notes on Dr. Joseph Vacanti and Dr. Robert Langer

Kenneth Goldsmith’s Days by Lucy Raven

Neatly bound in blue, Kenneth Goldsmith’s third book, Day, comprises every letter, number and symbol printed in the September 1, 2000 edition of the New York Times, laboriously retyped by the author to a length of 836 pages. 

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