Friday, January 15, 2010

 



Recently Received

Books (Poetry)

John Ashbery, Planisphere, Ecco, New York 2009

Lucy Harvest Clarke, Silveronda, If P Then Q, Manchester 2009

Cyrus Console, OK Tony, The Song Cave, Northampton, MA 2009

Keith Douglas, Simplify Me When I’m Dead, poems selected by Ted Hughes, Faber & Faber, New York 2010

Sarah Dowling, Security Posture, Snare Books, Montreal 2009

Amatoritsero Ede, Globtrotter & Hitler’s Children, Akashic Books, New York 2009

Vernon Frazer, Emblematic Moon, Beneath the Underground, Boynton Beach, FL 2009

Joanna Fuhrman, Pageant, Alice James Books, Farmington, ME 2009

Arlo Haskell, Joker, Sand Paper Press, Key West 2009

Leland Hickman, Tiresias: The Collected Poems of Leland Hickman, edited by Stephen Motika, preface by Dennis Phillips, afterword by Bill Mohr, Nightboat Books / Otis Books / Seismicity Editions, Callicoon, NY & Los Angeles 2009

Kenneth Irby, The Intent On, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley 2009

Stuart Krimko, The Sweetness of Herbert, Sand Paper Press, Key West 2009

Gerrit Lansing, Heavenly Tree, Northern Earth, North Atlantic Books, Berkeley 2009

Tony Trehy, Space the Soldier Who Died for Perspective, Veer Books, London 2009

 

Books (Poetry Anthologies)

Kevin Killian & David Brazil, The Kenning Anthology of Poets Theater 1945 – 1985, Kenning Editions, Chicago, 2010. Includes Jack Spicer, Charles Olson, John Ashbery, V.R. “Bunny” Lang, James Schuyler, Frank O’Hara, Russell Atkins, Gregory Corso, Robert Duncan, Helen Adam, James Broughton, Michael McClure, Madeline Gleason, Diane DiPrima, Kenneth Koch, Jackson Mac Low, Lorenzo Thomas, Anne Waldman, LeRoi Jones / Amiri Baraka, ruth weiss, Ron Padgett, Hannah Weiner, Lew Welch, Barbara Guest, Sonia Sanchez, James Keilty, Joe Brainard, Bruce Andrews, Keith Wadrop, Rosmarie Waldrop, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Bob Holman & Bob Rosenthal, Steve Benson, Ted Greenwald, Carla Harryman, Ntozake Shange, Bob Perelman, Kit Robinson, Bertholt Brecht / Robert Grenier, Alan Bernheimer, Charles Bernstein, Fiona Templeton, Stephen Rodefer, Johanna Drucker, Kenward Elmslie, Leslie Scalapino, Nada Gordon & Kathy Acker.

Charles Simic (editor & translator), The Horse Has Six Legs: An Anthology of Serbian Poetry, Graywolf Press, Minneapolis, 2010. Includes oral poetry, women’s songs, Momčilo, Nastasijević, Aleksandar Vučo, Desanka Maksimović, Rade Drainac, Vasko Popa, Miodrag Pavlović, Ivan V. Lalić, Aleksandar Ristović, Jovan Hristić, Branko Milijković, Ljobomir Simović, Ivan Gadjanski, Matija Bećković, Ljiljana Djurdjić, Raša Livada, Duško Novaković, Radmila Lazić, Novica Tadić, Milan Djordjević, Nina Zivančević, Danica Vukićević, dragan Jaovanović Danilov, & Vojislav Karanović

 

Books (Other)

Norman Finkelstein, On Mount Vision: Forms of the Sacred in Contemporary American Poetry, University of Iowa Press, Iowa City 2010

Stephen Fredman & Steve McCaffery (editors), Form, Power, and Person in Robert Creeley’s Life and Work, University of Iowa Press, Iowa City 2010. Includes Marjorie Perloff, Charles Altieri, Alan Golding, Michael Davidson, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Peter Quartermain, Libbie Rifkin, Peter Middleton & Benjamin Friedlander.

Ted Genoways, Walt Whitman and the Civil War: America’s Poet During the Lost Years of 1860-1862, University of California Press, Berkeley 2009

Lynn Keller, Thinking Poetry: Readings in Contemporary Women’s Exploratory Poetics, University of Iowa Press, Iowa City 2010

Herta Müller, The Land of Green Plums, translated by Michael Hoffman, Northwestern University Press, Evanston, IL 1998

Orhan Pamuk, The New Life, translated by Güneli Gün, Vintage International, New York, 1998

Stephen Shoemaker (editor), Thinking Poetics: Essays on George Oppen, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. Includes Charles Bernstein, Michael Davidson, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Theodore Enslin, Forrest Gander, Lyn Hejinian, Michael Heller, John Lowney, Peter Nicholls, Kristin Prevallet, Shoemaker, Ron Silliman, John Taggart, Susan Thackery & Henry Weinfield

Shawn Vandor, Fire at the End of the Rainbow, San Paper Press, Key West 2009

Walt Whitman, Democratic Vistas: The Original Edition in Facsimile, edited by Ed Folsom, University of Iowa, Iowa City, 2010

 

Journals

Otoliths, issue 14, parts 1 & 2, Rockhampton, Australia. (Published in two volumes in hard copy, but all available, albeit in a different order, online). Includes Kirsten Kaschock, Pat Nolan, Márton Koppány, Jim Meirose, Anne Gorrick, Caleb Puckett, Peter Schwartz, Fredrick Zydek, Ed Baker, Ross Brighton, Derek Henderson, John M. Bennett, John M. Bennett & Sheila E. Murphy, Raymond Farr, Jill Chan, John Martone, Bob Heman, Philip Byron Oakes, Ric Carfagna, Eileen R. Tabios, Justin Mulrooney, Jeff Harrison, Eric Burke, K. R. Copeland & Jeff Crouch, Crane Giamo, Paula Kolek, Daniel f Bradley, Arthur Leung, Joseph Harrington, Iain Britton, Thomas Fink, Tan Lin, Kristine Marie Darling, Joel Chace, Paul Siegell, Mariana Isara, Jay Snodgrass, Bill Drennan, Jill Jones, Stu Hatton, Nicholas Michael Ravnikar, Mara Patricia Hernandez, Felino Soriano, Matt Hetherington, Marcia Arrieta, Charles Freeland, Vernon Frazer, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Julian Jason Haladyn, Martin Edmond, harry k stammer, Reed Altemus, Randall Brock, Anny Ballardini, sean burn, A. Scott Britton, David-Baptiste Chirot, Joan Harvey, Mary Ellen Derwis, Bobbi Lurie, John Moore Williams, Sarah Ahmad, Scott Metz, Theodoros Chiotis, Sheila E. Murphy

 

 

Other Media & Formats

Bill Berkson & George Schneeman, Ted Berrigan, Cuneiform Press, Brooklyn 2008. Collaborations between the poet & painter in a 13-by-10 inch volume. This edition printed in Austin, TX, autumn 2009 in an edition of 500. For a history of the printing, go here.

Vernon Frazer, Random Axis, Beneath the Underground, Boynton Beach, Fl 2010. Limited edition (66 copies), printed & bound with no two copies in the same order, 8.5x11” bound with long metal binding clips. (Click the link for a sample.)

Stephen Vincent, The First 100 Days of Obama, Stephen Wolf Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA 2009. 100 of Vincent’s haptics with notes in a limited edition volume (website says 75 copies, numbering in my copy suggests 100). A complete catalog of the one-day exhibition at the gallery.

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