Friday, June 11, 2010


Recently Received

Books (Poetry)

Thérèse Bachand, Luce a Cavallo, Green Integer Books, København & Los Angeles, 2009

derek beaulieu, this is visual poetry,, Kingston, PA 2010

Claire Becker, Young Adult, Boxwood Editions, Chicago & Athens, GA, 2010

Reginald Dwayne Betts, Shahid Reads His Own Palm, Alice James Books, Farmington, ME, 2010

John Bradley, You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know, Cleveland State University Poetry Center, Cleveland, 2010

Steve Carey, AP, Archipelago Books, New York, 1984

Steve Carey, Gentle Subsidy, Big Sky, Bolinas, 1975

Steve Carey, Smith Going Backward, Cranium Press, San Francisco, 1968

Steve Carey, The California Papers, United Artists, New York, 1981,

Peter Davis, Poetry! Poetry! Poetry! Bloof Books, “Central New Jersey,” 2010

Antony Di Nardo, Alien, Correspondent, Brick Books, London, ON, 2010

Sandra Doller, Chora, Ahsahta Press, Boise, 2010

Elyse Fenton, Clamor, Cleveland State University Poetry Center, Cleveland, 2010

Barbara Claire Freeman, Ange Mlinko, Jesse Seldess, An Instance: Three Chapbooks, Instance Press, no location given, 2010

Antonio Gamoneda, Gravestones / Lápidas, translated by Donald Wellman, University of New Orleans Publishing, New Orleans, 2009

Mary Hickman, Ecce Animot, Projective Industries, Chicago / Houston, 2009

Jim Johnstone, Patternicity, Nightwood Editions, Gibsons, BC, 2010

Joseph Massey, Exit North, Bookthug, Toronto, 2010

Jerome Rothenberg, Concealments & Caprichos, Black Widow Press, Boston, 2010

Elizabeth Soto, Eulogies, Tinfish, Kāne’ohe, HI, 2010

Susan Tichy, Gallowglass, Ahsahta Press, Boise, 2010

Donald Wellman, Prolog Pages:, Ahadada Books, Tokyo / Toronto, 2009

David Wolach, Occulatations, Black Radish Books, Lafayette, LA, 2009


Books (Other)

derek beaulieu, How to Write, Talonbooks, Vancouver, 2010

Vanessa Place, Notes on Why Conceptualism is Better than Flarf, No Press, Calgary, 2010

Vanessa Place, The Guilt Project: Rape, Morality, and Law, Other Press LLC, New York, 2010



American Studies, with American Studies International, vol. 49 nos. 1 & 2, Spring / Summer 2008, Lawrence, KS. Aaron Douglas and the Harlem Renaissance, William J. Harris, special editor. Includes Gerald Early, Robert G. O’Meally, Terry Adkins, Farah Jasmine Griffin, David Krasner, Amy Helene Kirschke, Richard J. Powell, Stephanie Fox Knappe, & Cheryl R. Ragar.

West Wind Review, 2010, Ashland, OR. Includes Shane Allison, Brian Ang, Nathan Austin, Elizabeth Bachinsky, Daniel Bailey, Dave Barrett, Franklin Bruno, Marie Buck, Clint Burnham, Dereck Clemons, Jordan Davis, Nick Demske, Tiffany Denman, Brittany Dennison, Christopher DeWeese, Andrew Dieck, Brandon Downing, Cathy Eisenhower, Laura Elrick, Phil Estes, Michael Farrell, Angela Genusa, Judith Goldman, Jack Granath, Rob Halpern, Morgan Harlow, Uyen Hua, Katryn Hurtado, Genevieve Kaplan, Nicholas Karavatos, William Knight, D Sprung Kurilecz, Reb Livingston, Adrian C. Louis, Donato Mancini, Adam J Maynard, Philip Metres, Carol Mirakove, Christopher Mulrooney, Sara Mumolo, Sawako Nakayasu, Lance Newman, Amy Ng, Douglas Piccinnini, Ernesto Priego, Jessy Randall, Nicholas Michael Ravnikar, G. David Schwartz, Marcus Slease, Dawn Sueoka, Andrew Terhune, Wendy Trevino, Anna Vitale, James Wagner, and Grzegorz Wróblewski (trans. Adam Zdrodowski)


Other Media & Formats

Asterisk 5, Fewer & Further Press, Wendell, MA, 2010. William Corbett, Tokyo Travel Diary: Homage to Whalen and Eigner, 8.5 by 11 inch gray cardstock, folded into quarters that opens into a single, extraordinary poem. An edition of 75 copies.

Fact-Simile Trading Card #5, K. Silem Mohammad, Sonnagram 32 [being an anagram of Shakespeare’s Sonnet 32: If thou survive my well-contented day]. The latest in this series of “baseball card” profiles of a single poet.


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