Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Recently Received

Books (Poetry)

Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Maribor, translated by John & Angelos Sakkis, The Post-Apollo Press, Sausalito, 2010

Elizabeth Arnold, Effacement, Flood Editions, Chicago, 2010

John Beer, The Waste Land And Other Poems, Carnarium Books, Ann Arbor / Berkeley / Iowa City, 2010

Charles Bernstein, All the Whiskey in Heaven: Selected Poems, FSG, New York, 2010

Andrea Brady, Wildfire: A Verse Essay on Obscurity and Illumination, Krupskaya, San Francisco 2010

Suzanne Buffam, The Irrationalist, Carnarium Books, Ann Arbor / Berkeley / Iowa City, 2010

Larry Eigner, The Collected Poems of Larry Eigner, edited by Curtis Faville & Robert Grenier, Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, 2010. Vol. I: 1937 – 1958; Vol. II: 1958 – 1966; Vol. III: 1966 – 1978; Vol. IV: 1978 – 1995

Paul Killebrew, Flowers, Carnarium Books, Ann Arbor / Berkeley / Iowa City, 2010,

Alex Lemon, Fancy Beasts, Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, 2010

Tony Lopez, False Memory, The Figures, Great Barrington, MA, 1996

Tony Lopez, Devolution, The Figures, Great Barrington, MA, 2000

Ryan Murphy, The Redcoats, Krupskaya, San Francisco, 2010

Mike Smith, Multiverse, BlazeVOX, Buffalo, 2010

Eileen R. Tabios, The Thorn Rosary: Selected Prose Poems & New (1998 – 2010), Marsh Hawk Press, East Rockaway, NY, 2010. Selected with an introduction by Thomas Fink, afterword by Joi Barrios


Books (Poetry Anthologies)

Rachel Zucker & Arielle Greenberg, Starting Today: 100 Poems for Obama’s First 100 Days, University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, 2010. Includes Elizabeth Alexander, Matthew Rohrer, Martha Silano, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Fanny Howe, Yvette Thomas, Patricia Smith, Lyn Lifshin, Sasha Steensen, John Paul O’Connor, Lesléa Newman, Rebecca Wolff, Matthew Zapruder, Cornelius Eady, Caroline Klocksiem, Rachel Zucker, BJ Soloy, Cole Swensen, Laurel Snyder, Cate Marvin, Michael Dumanis, Major Jackson, Erin Belieu, Craig Morgan Teicher, David Lehman, Nin Andrews, Diane Wald, Lisa Samuels, Brian Teare, Katy Lederer, Joyelle McSweeney, Mark Doty, Elizabeth Scanlon, Katie Ford, Mark Bibbins, Lindsey Wallace, Todd Fredson, Geraldine Kim, Kevin Prufer, David Roderick, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, John Beer, Ian Harris, Nicole Cooley, Erika Meitner, Allison Joseph, Linda Buckmaster, Ann Fisher-Wirth, Jeff Encke, Anne Waldman, Marvin Bell, Catherine Wagner, Leah Souffrant, Patricia Spears Jones, Kazim Ali, Wayne Koestenbaum, Sally Ball, Carmen Giménez Smith, Patrick Culliton, Catherine Barnett, Amy Lemmon, Arielle Greenberg, Mendi Lewis Obadike, Jenny Factor, Michael Morse, Sarah Vap, Brenda Shaughnessy, Laura Mullen, Elizabeth Hughey, A. Van Jordan, Dara Wier, Tony Trigilio, Mónica de la Torre, Michele Battiste, Susan Wheeler, Martha Collins, Betsy Fagin, Jeanne Marie Beaumont, Patricia Carlin, Chris Green, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Craig Arnold, Kathrine Varnes, cin salach, Jen Hofer, Becca Klaver, John Gallaher, Susan Briante, Paul Killebrew, Joshua Corey, Jason Schneiderman, Joy Katz, Robin Beth Schaer, Laynie Browne, Sean Cole, Prageeta Sharma, Pimone Triplett, Brenda Hillman, Jenny Browne & Thomas Sayers Ellis


Books (Other)

Tony Lopez, Meaning Performance, Salt, Cambridge UK, 2006

Nick Piombino, Contradicta: Aphorisms, Green Integer, København & Los Angeles, 2010. Art work by Toni Simon.

Leslie Scalapino, Floats Horse-floats or Horse-flows, Starcherone Books, Buffalo, 2010

Poetry and New Media: A Users’ Guide: Report of the Poetry and New Media Work Group, Harriet Monroe Poetry Institute, The Poetry Foundation, Chicago, 2009. Working Group members include Michael Collier, Wyn Cooper, Rita dove, Cornelius Eady, David Fenza, Kate Gale, Kimiko Hahn, Lewis Hyde, Fiona McCrae, Robert Pinsky, Claudia Rankine, Alberto Rios, Don Selby, Rick Stevens, Jennifer Urban & Monica Youn.


Other Formats & Media

Christian Bök, “A Virus from Outer Space,” Christian Bök trading card, Fact-Simile, Santa-Fe NM 2010 (3.5-by-2.5 inch trading cards in the grand baseball card manner with photo vertically on one side backed by an Bök’s poem. The card is reminiscent of Topps’ cards in the early ‘60s, tho a different design from the one of Anne Waldman that began this series. This card arrived in a laminated plastic “card protector”)

Richard Krech, This Life May Be the Only One, Don’t Waste It, Slogan # 14, Sore Dove Press, San Francisco, 2010. 8.5-by-5.5” card with title/slogan all in caps on the glossy side. Reverse has matte finish and info printed in upper left corner as in an oversized postcard. First edition of 50 printed in red font, subsequent editions in black.


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