Thursday, September 30, 2010

News and updates

New work up in William Allegrezza's Moria -- five poems from my manuscript Nights Reading, a collection with its genesis in The Thousand and One Nights: the tales, dynamics of power and resistance within them, and the alternatives to power those narratives articulate.

Black Radish Blog has a new post up -- forthcoming titles. Next up a series of responses to their most recent title, Spectre by Mark Lamoureux. As Elaine Equi writes, this collection evokes "disturbing and often distinctly American landscapes explore the interface between fantasy and fatalism, magic and machine. In the tradition of Duncan and Spicer, he is a metaphysical poet for our times, when even 'the cheerleader's dreams are sinister' and 'what was once all Wagner is now/ all Duran Duran.'" Available from SPD.

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