Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Sous Rature 3ssue

You can read another piece of "The Desire Spectrum is Dead to Me Now" here at Cara Benson's very own animal 3ssue of Sous Rature


Shaula Evans Ross Priddle Aidan Thompson Lydia Davis Kyle Schlesinger Uchay Joel Chima Charles Freeland Rebecca Wolff
Stephen Webber Edwin Torres Joel Chace Danielle Pafunda Urayoán Noel Douglas A. Martin Stephanie Strickland Alejandro Crawford Jared Hayes & Joseph Cooper Erin Casey Russell Pascatore Adam Katz Thierry Brunet & Jeremy Geddes Anselm Berrigan
Donald Breckenridge Michael Basinski Claire Hero Judith Goldman Jerome Rothenberg Chris Rizzo & Katherine Sullivan Anne Gorrick Ching-In Chen Andrew Zawacki

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Saltgrass! Issue 4!



The new issue of Saltgrass is out, starring these awesome poets & writers:

Laura Solomon, G.C. Waldrep, Cecily Iddings, Anne Boyer, Ben Mirov, Ish Klein, Claire Hero, Hugh Merwin, Jason Bredle, Karla Kelsey, Lisa Ciccarello, Danielle Pafunda, Brett Price, Genya Turovskaya, Maureen Thorson, Ron Rash

For only $5, you can purchase a copy of this issue here: http://www.saltgrassjournal.blogspot.com, where sample poems are also available for your viewing.

Please kindly snag a copy and/or pass on the word.

Also, we are now open to submissions for issue 5.


Thanks,
Julia Cohen, Poetry Editor

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This Week at Delirious Hem

Please check out this week's collaborative feature at Delirious Hem, Jennifer Karmin & Bernadette Mayer with poems on neutrinos (and thensome!). And stay tuned for our October forum This is What a (Pro)Feminist [Man Poet] Looks Like!

Poetry and science. The etymology of the clitoris. The unnameable. The undefinable. We read our newly finished poems in the living room to Philip Good and Hector the dog. Phil took a picture.

-- Jennifer Karmin

The most difficult poetry assignment I ever envisioned is to write a 10-line poem about neutrinos with alternating lines containing a metaphor and a gerund. Here are Jennifer Karmin’s & my, Bernadette Mayer’s groundbreaking neutrino poems.

-- Bernadette Mayer

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Thursday, September 03, 2009

GlitterPony!

In the hot new issue of GlitterPony, some poems out of my series "The Desire Spectrum is Dead to Me Now" (from Manhater, and cheery news on that, soon!).

O Say Can You See

Nonverbal Reviews and Adaptations of Women's Poetry



Mina Loy, Surreal Scene













September 1

* Abi Stokes collages Matthea Harvey
* Tyler Flynn Dorholt splices Sandy Florian, Joyelle McSweeney, Laura Solórzano, and Kim Hyesoon
* Jennifer Karmin street teams Kristin Prevallet

September 2


* Daniela Olszewska puts a bow on Chelsey Minnis
* Christine Neacole Kanownik horses around with Jennifer Scappettone
* Janet Snell goes Dickinson on Nanette Rayman-Rivera


September the Rest

* You? We'll accept rolling submissions through September 20.

What book, chapbook, performance, or poem by a woman poet published/presented in the last year or two has left you speechless? How might that speechlessness manifest itself visually, sonically, or through another nonverbal medium?

Please create a response to this piece; your response can act like a review, adaptation, homage, investigation, companion piece, Frankenstein, child, or any mash-up of the aforementioned. In August, all responses submitted will be featured as part of a forum here on Delirious Hem.

Curated by K. Lorraine Graham and Becca Klaver.


FAQ

Are all words banned?
Although the projects should not be text-based, words are not banned.

I want to create a response to a poem published in 2007. Is this too early?
Nope. We mean "published in the last year or two" loosely.

Can I create a response to a book written by:
a) a man?
b) a biological male who identifies as a woman?
c) a drag queen?

a) No. b) Yes. c) Yes, if they self-identify as a woman.

Can non-Pussipo members participate?
Yes. If you'd like to forward this call, feel free.

Can men participate?
Yes.

What file formats can you accept?
For videos, Blogger can accept AVI, MPEG, QuickTime, Real, and Windows Media, 100 MB maximum size. For images, jpg, gif, bmp and png images, 8 MB maximum size.

Responses might include videos, songs, performances, photographs, or photographs of visual pieces, but are not limited to these, so please query if you're not sure if Blogger can support your format.

Please email your submission and a bio to K. Lorraine Graham (klorraine[at]gmail[dot]com) and Becca Klaver (beccavista[at]yahoo[dot]com).

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