Wednesday, July 20, 2011

 

Recently Received

Books (Poetry)

Bernard Bador, Curdled Skulls, translated from the French by the author with Clayton Eshleman, Black Widow Press, Boston, 2010

Jessica Baran, Remains to Be Used, Apostrophe Books, no location given, 2010

Gary Barwin & Gregory Betts, The Obvious Flap, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Anselm Berrigan, Notes from Irrelevance, Wave Books, Seattle & New York, 2011

Per Aage Brandt, These Hands, translated from the Danish by Thom Satterlee, Host Publications, Austin, 2011

Stephen Cain, I Can Say Interpellation, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Tsering Wangmo Dhompa, My Rice Tastes Like the Lake, Apogee Press, Berkeley, 2011

Mark DuCharme, Answer, BlazeVOX, Buffalo, 2011

Joseph Farley, Longing for the Mother Tongue, March Street Press, Greensboro, NC, 2010

Joseph Farley, Suckers, The Cynic Press, Philadelphia, 2004

Niels Frank, Picture World, translated from the Danish by Roger Greenwald, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Phil Hall, Killdeer: Essay-Poems, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Will Hubbard, Cursivism, Ugly Duckling Presse, Brooklyn, 2011

Aisha Sasha John, The Shining Material, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Evan Kennedy, Shoo-Ins to Ruin, Gold Wake Press, Boston, 2011

Jake Kennedy, Apollinaire’s Speech to the War Medic, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Ursula Krechel, Voices from the Bitter Core, translated from the German by Amy Kepple Strawser, Host Publications, Austin, TX, 2010

Richard Krueger, The Monotony of Fatal Accidents, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Deborah Landau, The Last Usable Hour, Copper Canyon Press, Port Townsend, 2011

Geraldine Monk, Lobe Scarps & Finials, Leafe Press, Claremont, CA & Nottingham, UK, 2011

Erín Moure, Pillage Laud: Cauterizations, Vocabularies, Cantigas, Topiary, Rose, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

bpNichol, The Captain Poetry Poems Complete, a new edition with an afterword by bill bissett, BookThug, Toronto, 2011

Benjamin Péret, The Big Game (Le grand jeu), translated from the French with an introduction by Marilyn Kallet, Black Widow Press, Boston, 2011

Stephen Ratcliffe, Conversation, Bootstrap Productions, Lowell, MA, 2011

Amina Said, The Present Tense of the World: Poems 2000 – 2009, translated from the French by Marilyn Hacker, Black Widow Press, Boston, 2011

Laura Solomon, The Hermit, Ugly Duckling Press, Brooklyn, 2011

Novica Tadić, Assembly, translated from the Serbian by Steven & Maja Teref, Host Publications, Austin, no date given

David Trinidad, Dear Prudence: New and Selected Poems, Turtle Point Press, New York, 2011.

Joshua Ware, Homage to Homage to Homage to Creeley, Furniture Press, Towson, MD, 2011

Craig Watson, Sleepwalking with Orpheus, Shearsman, Exeter, UK, 2011

 

Books (Poetry Anthology)

Jennifer Bartlett, Sheila Black & Michael Northern, Beauty is a Verb: The New Poetry of Disability, Cinco Puntos Press, El Paso, 2011. Includes Jennifer Bartlett, Sheila Black, Norma Cole, John Lee Clark, Michael Davidson, Amber DiPietra, Kara Dorris, Larry Eigner, Jill Alexander Essbaum, Robert Fagan, Jim Ferris, Kenny Fries, Lisa Gill, C.S. Giscombe, Ona Gritz, Gretchen Henderson, Laura Hershey, Cynthia Hogue, Anne Kaier, Petra Kuppers, Stephen Kuusisto, Laurie Clements Lambeth, Alex Lemon, Denise Leto, Raymond Luczak, Bernadette Mayer, Rusty Morrison, Michael Northen, Danielle Pafunda, Susan Schweik, Hal Sirowitz, Ellen McGrath Smith, Dan Simpson, Brian Teare, Jillian Weise, Kathi Wolfe, and David Wolach

 

Books (Other)

Will Alexander, Diary as Sin, Skylight Press, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK, 2011

John Cage, Etchings, 1978 – 1982, with a chronology by Anne d’Harnancourt & a mesostic by Cage, Crown Point Gallery, Oakland, 1982

Jon Leon, Content (Elizabeth Zoë Lindsay Drink Fanta), ContentSeries.Com, Brooklyn, 2011

No Collective, Concertos, Emergency Playscripts, Ugly Duckling Presse, Brooklyn, 2011

Takako Lento & Wayne Miller, editors, Tamura Ryuichi: On the Life & Work of a 20th Century Master, Pleiades Press, Warrensburg, MO, & Rock Hill, SC, 2011. Includes essays by Christopher Drake, Ooka Makato, Niho Nonaka, Ayakawa Nobuo, Tanakara Shuntaro, Marianne Tarcov, Laurence Lieberman, Yoshimasu Gozu & Lento, plus a sizeable selection of Tamura’s work.

Viktor Shklovsky, Bowstring: On the Dissimilarity of the Similar, translated by Shushan Avagyan, Dalkey Archive, Champaign, IL, 2011

Viktor Shklovsky, Energy of Delusion: A Book on Plot, translated by Shushan Avagyan, Dalkey Archive, Champaign, IL, 2007

David Vichnar, editor, Thresholds: Essays on the International Prague Poetry Scene, Litteraria Pragensia, Prague, 2011. Includes Gwendolyn Albert, Ali Alizadeth, Louis Armand, Laura Conway, Chris Crawford, Stephan Delbos, Vadim Erent, Jane Lewty, Jules Mann, Katerina Pinosova, Vincent Farnsworth & Vichnar

William Carlos Williams, Spring and All, facsimile printing of the 1923 Contact Press edition with an introduction by CD Wright, New Directions, New York, 2011

 

Journals

DG: The Dirty Goat, no. 20, Austin, TX, 2009. Includes Dave Oliphant, D.E. Steward, Rick Bursky, Zorida Moahammed, Boris Pasternak, Regina Derieva, Maja Vidmar, Beatrix Gates, Mariana Marin, Guillaume Apollinaire, Lourdes Teodoro, Nei Lopes, Cuti, Cruz e Souza, Franklin Alves, Ernst Jandl, Pedro Salinas. Kelly Lenox, Scott MacLeod, many, many more.

DG: The Dirty Goat, no. 24, Austin, TX, 2011. Includes Rob Seward, Euphrase Kezilahabi, Yousel el Qedra, Daniel Chirom, Moon Chung-hee, Lidia Kosk, Hu Dong, Han Dong, Yu Jian, Song Lin, Oscar Hahn, Pavlov Rankov, Ana Maria Machado, Rodolfo Walsh, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, many, many more.

Fulcrum, no. 7, Cambridge, MA, 2011. Includes Ben Mazer, Dale Smith, Laura Kasischke, Gerard Malanga, Daniel Pritchard, John Tranter, Matthew Henriksen, Helene Pilibosian, Paul Nemser, John High, Stephen Burt, Travis Lusk, Jerry Harp, Vitalii Pukhanov, Jared White, Adam Clay, M.A. Schorr, Peter Krok, David Blair, Daniel Tobin, Anjan Sen, Joe Green, Kent Johnson, Che Qianzi, James Richardson, Carla Schwartz, Susannah Simpson, Eli Langner, Ranjit Hoskote, Hoa Nguyen, Richard Martin, Peter Robinson, Todd Swift, Zachary German, Lisa Robertson, Fedor Vasiliev, Celia Gilbert, Chris Ackerley, James Byrne, Caleb Barber, Melissa Green, Anne Atik, Tomaž Salamun, Caroline Knox, Zorida Mohammed, Edward Beatty, Nora Delaney, Alamgir Hashmi, Jennifer S. Flescher, Mark Belair, Philip Hammial, Frank Jamison, Roddy Lumsden, Brooks Robards, Elisabeth Murawski, Brian Dickson, Siddharta Bose, Patrick Ryan Frank, Joel Alegretti, Barry Ballard, Farrah Field, Dmitry Kuzmin, Les Murrary, Molly Lynn Watt, Fan Ogilvie, George Kalogeris, Dan Sofaer, Dmitry Alexandrovich Prigov, Arvind Mehrotra, John Maloney, JL Williams, Anne Rae Jonas, Hari Bhajan, Khalsa, Anzhelina Polonskaya, Andy Roberts, Anny Ballardini, Don Share, Richard Brammer, Curtis Bauer, Charles Bernstein, Dubravka Djuric, Alexei Tsvetkov, Landis Everson, many more.

Pleiades, 31:2, Warrensburg, MO, & Rock Hill, SC, 2011. Includes Mike White, Eric Torgersen, J. Allyn Rosser, Stefanie Wortman, Pablo Peschiera, Heather Matewich Cousins, Tori Sharpe, Aliesa Zoecklein, Martha Collins, G. C. Waldrep, Jim Daniels, Simeon Berry, Joshua Diamond, Rusty Morrison, Andrea Baker, Darin Ciccotelli, David Wagoner, Piper Abernathy, Sam Witt, Sylva Fischerová (trans. the author & Stuart Friebert), David Dodd Lee, Joshua Kryah, Bruce Bond, Erika L. Sánchez, Dan Rosenberg, Andrew Brogdon, Alex Weinstein, Amina Gautier, Christine Sneed, Richard Burgin, Gary Fincke, Amy Benson, Melissa Kwasny, & Sarah Gorham, plus a folio of Arabic poetry in translation, featuring Adonis, Ashur Etwebi, Ghassan Zaqtan, Amjad Nasser, Asmaa Azaizeh, & Dalia Taha (translations by Fady Joudah, Khaled Mattawa, & Rasheeda Plenty)

Vlak: Contemporary Poetics & the Arts, no. 2, Prague, New York, London, Melbourne, Paris, Amsterdam, 2011. Includes David Hayman, Vincent Katz, Philippe Sollers, Niall Lucy, Alice Notley, Emmanuelle Pireyre, Jeroen Nieuwland, Holly Tavel, John Kinsella, Urs Jaeggi, Louis Armand, Adam Trachtman, Leïla Sebbar, Dorra Chammam, Moncef Gachem, Jane Lewty, Stephan Delbos, Ali Daghman, Mehdi Mahfoudh, Dawn Fowler, Ken Edwards, Vadim Erent, Carla Harryman, Andre Jahn, Travis Jeppesen, Karel Jerie, Steve McCaffery, Hank Lazer, Phil Coates, Ann Hamilton, Petra Ganglbauer, Marjorie Perloff, David Vichnar, Michal Ajvaz, Lucie Skrivanková, Pavel Novotný, Ondřej Buddeus, Jonáš Hájek, Adam Borzič, Mark Melnicove, Adrian Clarke, j/j hastain, Ali Alizadeh, Ania Walwicz, Claire Potter, Felicity Plunkett, Gig Ryan, Jeltje, Justin Clemens, Matt Hetherington, Michael Farrell, Nicole Tomlinson, PiO, Pam Brown, Sebastian Gurciullo, Chris Edwards, Matt Hall, DJ Huppatz, Tereza Stejskalová, Charles Bernstein, Steve Benson, Katarzyna Bazarnik, Zenon Fajfer, Michal Šanda, Andrew Nightingale, Amaranth Borsuk, Kate Durbin, Zach Kleyn, Redell Olson, Clody Clevidence, Eleza Jaeger, Megan M. Garr, Sara Nicholson, Amy De’Ath, Larry Sawyer, Amy King, Brendan Lorber, Chris Martin, Corrine Fitzpatrick, Jason Morris, Macgregor Card, Nina Zivancevic, Noah Eli Gordon, Johan De Wit, Damien Ober, Joshua Mensch, Kamil Bouška, Cralan Kelder, Robert Sheppard, Francesco Levato, Vincent Dachy, more

 

Other Media & Formats

Amiri Baraka, In The Funk World (A Low Coup), Fact-Simile trading cards, Philadelphia, 2011 (the latest in these gems modeled after old Topps baseball trading cards)

Whit Griffin, Cathedral Ring, Longhouse, Green River, VT, 2011. 8.5-by-14” paper (buff, 20-weight, maybe less), in three-color foldout to 8-panel double-sided broadside book with 11 poems.

Daniel Staniforth & Rebsie Fairholm, Ruins: Poems of Margaret Randall, Skylight Press, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, UK, 2011. (CD of musical arrangements of poetry from Meg Randall’s latest book)

Rag Time Skedaddlers, Rag Time Skedaddlers, Mandophone, Bay Area, 2009. CD of historic arrangements performed by Dennis Pash, Nick Robinson & Dave Krinkel

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