Tuesday, October 2, 2012

An Orchestra of Water Fountains Press

I'm going to CA Conrad's hotel tonight with Sommer & Noah & Katie Jean to record ourselves for Jupiter88. Thanks CA for inviting us over. I wish you lived here permanently in a house. Or I could build you a fort in my living room.


I'm tutoring at J&W during the Prezzy debate time tomorrow. Ah, what do I do?


A new issue of The Volta is up today. It is October.

Friday Feature: Angela Hume review's Hillary Gravendyk's Harm

Evening Will Come: new essays by Elaine Bleakney, CM Burroughs, & Kristin Prevallet

The Conversant: Thomas Fink, Forrest Gander & John Kinsella, Michael Hardt, Jericho Brown, Johannes Goransson, Stephanie Strickland, Andrew Levy, Wayne Koestenbaum, Frances Richard, Hillary Gravendyk, Amanda Nadbelberg & Brandon Shimoda

Medium: new video by Sara Mumolo

Heir Apparent: Dot Devota's MW

They Will Sew the Blue Sail: new poems by Tomaz Salamun, Rebecca Farivar, & Mia Ayumi Malhotra

Tremolo: interview with Sarah Gridley

Arroyo Chico: Eric Magrane in my back yard

The Pleistocene: Noah Saterstrom in conversation

Take Down the Clouds: Youna Kwak Q&A

The Volta: http://www.thevolta.org/


If you live in NY:
Thursday, October 4, 7:00pm
Poets House, 10 River Terrace, New York, NY 10282
Aaron Shurin on the Craft of Poetry

San Francisco poet Aaron Shurin considers the question “What is prosody?” in light of the current movement away from meter and traditional forms. Shurin looks at what new elements are at work in contemporary poetry, such as collage and sonic play, referencing both classical and current models, from Homer and Shakespeare to Denise Levertov, Robert Creeley, Michael Palmer and Lisa Jarnot. Shurin explores some of the ways in which poetic craft continues to make meaning in contemporary poetry.
$10, $7 for students and seniors, free to Poets House Members

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