Wednesday, July 01, 2009


Books Received



Marie Buck, Life & Style, Patrick Lovelace Editions, Brooklyn 2009

Amy Catanzano, Multiversal, Fordham University Press,New York 2009

Joel Chace, matter no matter, Paper Kite Press, Kingston, PA 2008

Joel Chace, A Script, Otoliths, Rockhampton, Australia 2009

René Char, The Brittle Age and Returning Upland, translated by Gustaf Sobin, with a foreward by Mary Ann Caws, Counterpath Press, Denver 2009

Jordan Davis, From Orange to Pink, Fewer & Further Press, Wendell, MA 2009

Olena Kalytiak Davis, On the Kitchen Table From Which Everything Has Been Hastily Removed, Hollyridge Press, Venice, CA 2009

Brad Flis, Peasants, Patrick Lovelace Editions, Brooklyn 2009

Celia Gilbert, Something to Exchange, BlazeVOX, Buffalo 2009

Kevin Goodan, Winter Tenor, Alice James Books, Farmington, ME 2009

Linda Gregg, Things and Flesh, Graywolf Press, St. Paul 1999

Rob Halpern, Disaster Suites, Palm Press, Long Beach, CA 2009

Serkan Işin, Dada Korkut, Ebabil Yayinlari, Ankara, Turkey 2009

Ruth Lepson, I Went Looking for You, BlazeVOX, Buffalo 2009

Paul Pines, Last Call at the Tin Palace, Marsh Hawk Press, East Rockaway 2009

Amelia Rosselli, The Dragonfly: A Selection of Poems 1953-1981, translated by Giuseppe Leporace & Deborah Woodard, Chelsea Editions, New York 2009

Tomaž Šalamun, There’s the Hand and There’s the Arid Chair, translated by many hands, edited by Thomas Kane, Counterpath Press, Denver 2009

Rachel M. Simon, Marginal Road, Hollyridge Press, Venice, CA 2009

Stacy Szymaszek, Hyperglossia, Litmus Press, Brooklyn 2009

Gail Wronsky, Blue Shadow Behind Everything Dazzling, Hollyridge Press, Venice, CA 2009

Deborah Woodard, Hunter Mnemonics, Hemel Press, no location listed (but look in Seattle) 2008



Jeremy M. Davies, Rose Alley, Counterpath Press, Denver 2009

Michael Heller, Two Novellas: Marble Snows & The Study, Ahadada, Tokyo / Toronto 2009

Paul Pines, My Brother’s Madness: A Memoir, Curbstone Press, Willamantic, CT 2007

Robert Motherwell, The Collected Writings of Robert Motherwell, edited by Stephanie Terenzio, University of California Press, Berkeley 1999



Bombay Gin, vol. 35, no. 2, Boulder, 2009. Includes K. Silem Mohammad, Philip Jenks and Simone Muench, David Buuck, Savannah Schroll Guz, Joseph Cooper, Emily Carr, Theodore Worozbyt, dawn lonsinger, Eric Bogosian, Rachael Peckham, Sherman Alexie, Aase Berg translated by Johannes Göransson, Jane Bernstein, Marc Nasdor, Carol Mirakove, Brian Lennon, Adela Miencilova, Akilah Oliver, Alex Shakar, Steffi Drewes, Jefferson Navicky, Sasha Steensen, Steven Salmoni, Nguyen Quyen translated by Bruce Weigl and Nguyen Phoung, & Anne Waldman (from Naropa Audio Archives)

House Organ, no. 67, Summer 2009, Warren, OH. Includes Richard Grossinger, Harrison Fisher, Peter Lamborn Wilson, A.D. Winans, Sotère Torregian, Clayton Eshleman, Dale Smith, more.

Matrix, no. 83, Summer 2009, Montreal. Includes derek beaulieu, Sam Cecil, Lindsay Cuff, Sarah Gilbert, March Hutchinson, Taien Ng-Chan, Dreen Whershler, more.


Other Formats

Jess Mynes, from Sky Brightly Picked, Fewer & Further Press, Wendell, MA 2009. Six poems on two sides of a single sheet of paper folded into fourths.



Many more books
still to catalog here


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