“The book can draw in different audiences without catering to them. There’s a kind of rigorous hospitality, an aperture for dialogue.”
“What do you do when you’re born—without your consent—and you find out later that your life was at the cost of someone else’s? That’s how high the stakes can be.”
“I don’t want the kind of career where everything is sensible and safe; I’d rather suffer through the anxiety of wondering where I’m going next than suffer the boredom of dancing in the same safe square.”
Slow-cooked verbiage in Flarf: An Anthology of Flarf
The basic conceit of Warm Equations is that a book can abstract the space of conversation typically delimited in front of paintings, that the thematics of a painter’s practice, in this case Alan Reid’s, can be constellated through a chorus of related texts.
Around certain clusters of the dead, almost magnetically, a vortex of opacity gathers in the record.
Audra Wolowiec explores the materiality of language via text, sound, sculpture, and collaborative projects. Her recent solo exhibition at Studio 10, entitled ( ), presented both the immateriality and materiality of her subject matter as subtle and poetic experiences.
A cinepoem—introduced by Leonard Schwartz.
I scrape the snow or shovel the driveway before I go / casual flip of car on lawn spats abut fender’s sis
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.
Inman is a realist of language’s tendency to become material: his poems exemplify the ways in which writing both preserves and interrupts language, and how it fluctuates in an ambivalent space between being a record of vanished speech and one of language’s living forms.
a lovers’ knot the chancellor / resembles at foot towards / cliff / fuck the presumed / mountain
The reflection between an event in time and the memory of that event: “something shimmers like a heat wave between them.”
more than none, none between—immeasurably gray—more
vaporous masses massing—
There are many artistic modernisms. There are alternative modernisms, alternatives to modernism, and antimodernisms.
Poetry Out Loud, a series of ten LPs released between 1969 and 1977 as a magazine of oral poetry, has been recently rereleased digitally by De Stijl Records.
The new retrospective on David Antin’s work takes its viewers through over 40 years of critical poetic practice, from art criticism to talk-poems.
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