Tuesday, February 02, 2010

 




Recently Received

Books (Poetry)

Hugh-Alain Dal, Les Poèms d’une Vie Perdue / The Poems of a Lost Life, preface by Jean-Michel Renaitour, translated by Atoine Bargel & Thomas Rain Crowe, La main courante, La Souterraine, France, 2009

Howard Altmann, In This House, Turtle Point Press, New York, 2010

Macgregor Card, Duties of an English Foreign Secretary, Fence Books, Albany, NY, 2009

Thomas Rain Crowe, Radiogenesis, introduction by Jack Hirschman, Main Street Rag, Charlotte, NC, 2007

Thomas Rain Crowe, The Thief of Words, a poem for $1.00, no publisher, location or date listed.

Vincent Ferrini, The Pleroma, Tiger Moon, Bangalore, India 2008

Thomas Fink & Maya Diablo Mason, Autopsy Turvy, Meritage Press, San Francisco / Saint Helena, 2010

Dominque Fourcade, It, translated by Peter Consenstein, La Presse, Iowa City & Paris, 2009

Bill Griffiths, Collected Earlier Poems (1966 – 80), Reality Street, Sussex 2010

Jessica Grim, Vexed, BlazeVOX, Kenmore, NY, 2009

Michael S. Hennessey, [static], Satellite 7 Press, Cincinnati, 2009

Shane Jones, Light Boxes: A Novel, Penguin Group, New York & London, 2010

Shirley Kaufman, Ezekiel’s Wheels, Copper Canyon Press, Port Townsend, 2009

Douglas Kearney, The Black Automaton, Fence Books, Albany, NY, 2009

Joseph Massey, The Lack Of, Nasturtium Press, Providence, 2009

Jess Mynes, Sky Brightly Picked, Skysill Press, Nottingham, UK, 2009

Elizabeth Robinson, Also Known As, Apogee Press, Berkeley, 2009

Andrea Selch, Boy Returning Water to the Sea, Cockeyed Press, Chapel Hill, 2009

Joel Sloman, Off the Beaten Trakl, Gy Gist Press, no location given (but Astoria, NY), 2009

Michelle Taransky, Barn Burned, Then, Omnidawn Press, Richmond, CA, 2009

George Tysh, The Imperfect, United Artists, New York, 2010

Catherine Wagner, My New Job, Fence Books, Albany, NY, 2009

Elizabeth Marie Young, Aim Straight for the Fountain and Press Vaporize, Fence Books, Albany, NY, 2009

 

Books (Other)

Robert Buckeye, Against the Forgetting: Frances Frost / Paul Blackburn, Quarry Books, East Middlebury, VT, 2009

John D’ Agata (editor), The Lost Origins of the Essay, Graywolf, St. Paul 2009. Includes Antonin Artaud, Francis Bacon, Matsuo Bashō, Charles Baudelaire, Samuel Beckett, John Berger, Aloysius Bertrand, William Blake, Jorge Luis Borges, Kamau Braithwaite, Thomas Browne, Michel Butor, Dino Campana, Paul Celan, Julio Cortázar, Marguerite Duras, Ennatum of Akkad, Natalia Ginzburg, Peter Handke, Ana Hatherly, Heraclitus of Ephesus, Edmond Jabès, Yoshida Kenkō, Velimir Khlebnikov, Li Shang-yin, Li Tsun-Yuan, Clarice Lispector, Stéphane Mallarmé, Michel de Montaigne, Octavio Paz, Saint-John Perse, Fernando Pessoa, Francesco Petrarch, Mestrius Plutarch, Francis Ponge, Thomas de Quincy, Lisa Robertson, Arthur Rimbaud, Bernardin de Sahagún, Lucius Seneca, Sei Shōnagon, Christopher Smart, T’ao Ch’ien, Theophrastus of Erressos, Azwinaki Tshipala, Virginia Woolf, Marguerite Yourcenar & Zisusudra of Sumer

Zachary German, Eat When You Feel Sad, Melville House Publishing, Brooklyn, 2009

Dale Pendell, The Language of Birds, Three Hands Press, Hercules, CA, 2009

Siobhan Phillips, The Poetics of the Everyday: Creative Repetition in Modern American Verse, Columbia University Press, New York 2010

 

Journals

Lutheran Forum, vol. 43, no. 4, Winter 2009, Delhi, NY. Includes Kirby Olson’s “Pierre Klossowski’s Pauline Aesthetics”

n+1, no. 8, Brooklyn, Fall 2009. No poetry in the issue, but fiction from Imraan Coovadia & Juan Villoro

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