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Archive for December 2013

Trisha Low among the “young women poets” in the New York Daily News. This article has legs. Oddly, they neglect to acknowledge Trisha Low’s book. The Rookie Gift Guide to Poetry most certainly mentions it, though: This book is gonna be your gateway drug into conceptual poetry, OK? It wheels and deals in excess and […]

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An off-site event to coincide with the Modern Language Association (MLA) convention, Friday, January 10th, 7:30 PM, Sharp Building of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, 37 S. Wabash Avenue, Room 216. This roundtable event will consist in a self-guided survey of recent translation projects by leading contemporaries in the field. Rather than […]

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the funny thing about the confessional (like this one) is that it’s a displaced act of listening, a repetition of a localised cultural imaginary. No form of speech outside of what you remember of momentary relations or pixellated heart // I love you I hate you let’s get a coke, techno One Direction melodrama. Having […]

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Tuesday, December 10 at 7:30pm Experiments & Disorders FREE Experiments and Disorders / Curated by Tom Cole & Christen Clifford Featuring Trisha Low (The Compleat Purge) and Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas (Bird In The Hand). Jorge Ignacio Cortiñas‘s many awards include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the New York Foundation for the […]

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I’m interested in revenge fantasies — and what better revenge than the manipulative suicide note — playing off the tension between being the ventriloquizing victim playing aggressor and playing victim in order to be aggressor. I mean, another way to look at it — and the way I prefer — is that we’re all already […]

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In this month’s Conversant, the authors of Waveform discuss that project, among other things. Declan Gould, who conducts the interview, says of Waveform, it is “a profoundly evocative long poem whose implications for experimental and documentary poetry, disability and somatics, accumulate with each line.” Conversant is part of the larger monthly entitled The Volta.  

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