Thursday, July 28, 2011

New work at "Truck"

Halvard Johnson's "Truck" (guest edited by Skip Fox) has new work up: Anny Ballardini and Bauldelaire, Marthe Reed and Proust, Richard Lopez and Herrick, Stephen Ellis and Mallarme.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Lara Durback responds to Carrie Hunter's The Incompossible

The Incompossible, Carrie HunterA new response to Carrie Hunter's The Incompossible by Lara Durback now up at Black Radish Blog: "Like me, Carrie yearns for graph paper....I think the yearning for the grid is about wanting to draw around the grid, wanting to write diagonally on the grid, write all over and take apart the grid.  Wanting to think about how to get around the grid, this 'real' predisposed, measured, mapped plan of living."  Read Lara's full response at here.

The Incompossible is available from SPD.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Deborah Poe interview

Rob McLennan interviews Deborah Poe in his "12 or 20 Questions (second series)" on his blogI have many homes. The smell of evergreens or sea air in Oregon and Washington. The smell of the ground in spring or summer, driving down a highway between south central and east Texas. Curry cooking in New Yorkish. The smell of my books. My loved one’s skin."

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Erik Noonan responds to The Incompossible

Check out the review by Erik Noonan of Carrie Hunter's new Black Radish book: "The Incompossible enjoins its readership to read and speak and write as if the common tongue were actually worth something – that is, the book addresses the faculty of articulation in every sphere of life."  Read his full review here.