Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Recently Received

Books (Poetry)

Nicole Brossard, Selections, introduction by Jennifer Moxley, translations by many hands, University of California Press, Berkeley, 2010

Louis Cabri, – that can’t, Nomados, Vancouver, 2009

Julie Carr, 100 Notes on Violence, Ahsahta Press, Boise, 2010

John Coletti, Mum Halo, Rust Buckle Books, Brooklyn, 2010

Molly Gaudry, We Take Me Apart: A Novel(la) [in verse], Mud Luscious Press, no location listed, 2009

Terrance Hayes, Lighthead, Penguin, New York / London, 2010

Brenda Iijma, If Not Metaphoric, Ahsahta Press, Boise, 2010

Burt Kimmelman, As If Free, Talisman, Jersey City, 2009

Natalie Knight, Archipelagos, Punch Press, Buffalo, 2009

Matthew Landis, Like a Moth From His Death Mouth, privately printed, Philadelphia, 2009

Reb Livingston, God Damsel, No Tell Books, Reston VA, 2010

Clay Matthews, Runoff, BlazeVOX, Buffalo, 2009

Barry McKinnon, In the Millennium, New Star Books, Vancouver BC / Point Roberts, WA 2009

Deborah Meadows, Depleted Burden Down, Factory School, Queens, NY 2010

Sawako Nakayasu, Texture Notes, Letter Machine Editions, Chicago / Denver, 2010

Travis Nichols, Iowa, Letter Machine Editions, Chicago / Denver, 2010

Barbara Ras, The Last Skin, Penguin, New York / London, 2010

Edward Reilly, This Summer . . ., privately printed, Australia, 2009 / 2010

Ce Rosenow, Pacific, Mountain Gate Press, Hillsboro, OR, 2009

Benjamin Alire Sáenz, The Book of What Remains, Copper Canyon, Port Townsend, 2010

Logan Ryan Smith, Tracks, Ypolita Press, San Francisco, 2009

Simon Thompson, Why Does It Feel So Late? New Star Books, Vancouver BC / Point Roberts, WA 2009

Sotère Torregian, Envoy, preface by Andrew Joron, Punch Press, Buffalo, 2009

Edwin Torres, In the Function of Extreme Circumstances, Nightboat Books, Callicoon, NY 2010

Frederick Goddard Tuckerman, Selected Poems, edited by Ben Mazer with an introduction by Stephen Burt, Belknap Press (Harvard University Press), Cambridge, MA, 2010

Fred Wah, The False Laws of Narrative: The Poetry of Fred Wah, selected with an introduction by Louis Cabri, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, 2009

Connie Wanek, On Speaking Terms, Copper Canyon, Port Townsend, 2010

Peter Waterhouse, Language Death Night Outside: Poem / Novel, translated by Rosmarie Waldrop, Burning Deck, Providence 2009


Books (Other)

Jon Cotner & Andy Fitch, Ten Walks / Two Talks, Ugly Duckling Presse, Brooklyn, 2010

Pierre Joris, Justifying the Margins, Salt Publishing, Cambridge, UK, 2009

Gilbert Sorrentino, The Abyss of Human Illusion, preface by Christopher Sorrentino, Coffee House Press, Minneapolis, 2010



Tits: A 24-Hour Journal of Poetry and Poetics, no location given, Dec. 16-17, 2009. Includes Buck Downs, Theodora Danylevich, Tom Raworth, Lacey Hunter, Rod Smith, Giles Goodland, William Howe, J.E. Kielsgard, Catherine Daly, Lauren Bender, Jordan Davis, Ethan Louis Edwards, Kevin Thurston, Tom Orange, Edwin Torres, Amy King, Tim Atkins, Benmina Taquito, Dana Ward, K. Silem Mohammad, Juliet Cook, Benjamin Friedlander, Chris Funkhouser, Josh Staley, Justin Katko, James Wagner, Mel Nichols, R. Mutt


Other Media & Formats

Joseph Cooper, Point of Intersection, Fact-Simile, Santa Fe, NM 2009. Exquisitely printed 4.5” by 6.5” chapbook printed notebook style with binding at the top & a genuine leather cover. Limited edition of 100 copies.

Brandon Downing, Lake Antiquity: Poems 1996 – 2008, Fence Books, Albany, NY, 2009 [This is both a collection of poems and a humongous art book of Downing’s collage work since the two are often inseparable – 190 pp., four-color throughout]

Luke Roberts, A bright bright DAY!!!Letterpress broadside on card stock, Punch Press, Buffalo, NY, 2009

Jo Ann Rothschild, The Book of Penis, afterword by Harry Cooper, Pressed Wafer, Boston, 2010 (hysterically funny cartoons of archetypal penises, e.g. Penis Butter & Jelly)

Anne Waldman, “from Iovis,” Anne Waldman trading card, Fact-Simile, Santa-Fe NM 2010 (3.5-by-2.5 inch trading cards in the grand baseball card manner with photo horizontally on one side backed by an excerpt from Waldman’s masterwork. The card is reminiscent of Topps’ cards circa 1960.)