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Otoliths issue seventeen, part two By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue seventeen, part two, is in full color & contains poems, paintings & vispo from Irving Weiss, Alexander Jorgensen, Reed Altemus, Silvio De Gracia, Mara Patricia Hernandez,... More > Grzegorz Wróblewski, Carlos Soto Román, Carlos Soto Román & Chelsea Thoumsin, Samit Roy, Michael Brandonisio, John M. Bennett, Michael Caylo-Baradi, Emma Smith, John Moore Williams, John M. Bennett & Sheila E. Murphy, Dorothee Lang & Karyn Eisler & Susan Gibb, sean burn, Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Joe Balaz, & John Martone.< Less
Otoliths issue nineteen, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue nineteen, part one, contains poems, prose, reviews & vispo from Joel Chace, Scott MacLeod, Adam Fieled, Steven Fraccaro, Robert Lee Brewer, Travis Macdonald, Louie Crew, Bob Heman,... More > Travis Cebula, Sheila E. Murphy, Corey Wakeling, Jeff Harrison, Allen Edwin Butt, Iain Britton, Changming Yuan, Jim Meirose, Philip Byron Oakes, Debrah Morkun, Andrew Durbin, Toby Fitch, dan raphael, Zachary Scott Hamilton, david tomaloff, Raymond Farr, Felino Soriano, Jill Jones, Sean Ulman, Howie Good, Jesse Eckerlin, SJ Fowler, Michael Gottlieb, Michael Leong, Carlos Henrickson, Paul Pfleuger Jr., Catherine Vidler, Bernie Earley, Mark Young, Nicole Mauro, Kit Kennedy, Steve Gilmartin, Craig Rebele, Satu Kaikkonen, J. D. Nelson, Louise Landes Levi, Scott Metz, John M. Bennett, Katrinka Moore, Matthew Ritger, Charles Freeland, & David-Baptiste Chirot.< Less
Otoliths issue nineteen, part two By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue nineteen, part two, contains poems, vispo, paintings & collages from Sheila E. Murphy, Caitlyn Paley, Paul Siegell, Joe Balaz, Jared Schickling, Caleb Puckett, Marcia Arrieta, John... More > M. Bennett & Serge Segay, Ed Baker, Sheila E. Murphy and Jeff Crouch, Satu Kaikkonen and Márton Koppány, Anny Ballardini, John M. Bennett, RC Miller, David-Baptiste Chirot, Márton Koppány, sean burn, Michael Brandonisio, Grzegorz Wróblewski, & Nico Vassilakis.< Less
Otoliths issue eighteen, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue eighteen, part one, contains poetry, visual poetry, reviews, photographs & essays from Anne Gorrick, Amanda Earl, James Maughn, Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, Tony Brinkley, Mary Kasimor,... More > Piotr Gwiazda, Mark Stricker, R. Riekki, Manfred Weidhorn, Jeff Harrison, Lars Palm, Mark Cunningham, Travis Macdonald, Jenny Enochsson, Randall Brock, Andrew Topel, Philip Byron Oakes, sean burn, Larry Sawyer, Felino Soriano, Stuart Barnes, Keith Higginbotham, Andrew Taylor, Beth Boettcher, Aidan Semmens, Eileen R. Tabios, Jal Nicholl, Scott Metz, M. V. Montgomery, Ric Carfagna, Charles Freeland, Bobbi Lurie, Meaghan Link, Thomas Fink, Sally Ann McIntyre, Raymond Farr, Connor Stratman, SJ Fowler, Catherine Vidler, Neil Ellman, Jake David, Sheila E. Murphy, Tyler L. Gobble, rob mclennan, Corey Wakeling, Ed Higgins, Orchid Tierney, Mark Francis Johnson, Benjamin Winkler, J. D. Nelson, Stephen Nelson and Mike Cannell, Yonah Korngold, Sam Langer, Brad Vogler, Katrinka Moore, & Bob Heman.< Less
Otoliths issue eighteen, part two By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue eighteen, part two, contains visual poetry, paintings, poems, prose & frottage from Alexander Jorgensen, Colleen Lookingbill, Reed Altemus, Ed Baker, Carlos Soto-Román,... More > Dorothee Lang and Steve Wing, Tony Rickaby, Márton Koppány, Geof Huth, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Sheila E. Murphy, Bruno Neiva, sean burn, Paul Siegell, Michael Brandonisio, Cecelia Chapman, Cassie Eddington, Cherie Hunter Day, John Martone, Spencer Selby, Joe Balaz, & Emma Smith.< Less
Otoliths issue seventeen, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths issue seventeen, part one, contains poems, prose, & vispo from Eric Arnold, Paul Siegell, Kirsten Kaschock, Jim McCrary, Jeff Harrison, Travis Macdonald, Raymond Farr, Jenny Enochsson,... More > gustave morin, Geof Huth, Michael Farrell, Adam Fieled, Bob Heman, Bobbi Lurie, Andrew McEwen, Jim Meirose, Anne Gorrick, Corey Wakeling, Glenn R. Frantz, Jon Curley & Gg Re, Richard Kostelanetz, Bill Drennan, Esa Mäkijärvi, Charles Freeland, Tim Wright, Arkava Das, Jal Nicholl, Valery Oisteanu, Caleb Puckett, Scott Metz, Michael Steven, Felipe Cussen, Thomas Fink, Sam Langer, Jessie Janeshek, Joe Balaz, nick-e melville, Alan Davies, Letitia Trent, Philip Byron Oakes, James Mc Laughlin, Jeff Klooger, David-Baptiste Chirot, Felino Soriano, J. D. Nelson, SJ Fowler, John M. Bennett, dan raphael, Marcia Arrieta, Michelle Cahill, & Martin Edmond.< Less
notational By Jane Joritz-Nakagawa
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Jane Joritz-Nakagawa’s “notational” furthers an Identity Positioning System that resembles in elegance and efficacy the memory theaters of the ancients. Each page finds the margin... More > where transition is meaning and each sensational flutter awaits its name. Intensity is all: “Power lines on the range.” She never lets the words down, nor fails to put them accurately where most needed. — Bill Berkson< Less
the ulterior eden By j/j hastain
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"the ulterior eden" presents us with a contemporary Song of Songs in which allegory is subverted by eros into a more explicit and boldly unconventional passion. Large with life and... More > ecstatic with the “names and innumerable sensations” of adoration, this communion joins beloved and beloved in the erotic chaos of a “newest pronoun.” j/j hastain makes this pact of bounty both politically and spiritually charged, shaping poetry’s intimacies as a means through which we can “mature all historical/grief/ into luminosity. —Elizabeth Robinson< Less
triskelion, tiger moth, tangram, thyme By Marcia Arrieta
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The poems in this book are complex, "intellectually emotional" tangles of observations. Rather than through commas, these short — frequently only one noun long — observations... More > are related to each other through periods, line breaks, empty spaces. They die out instant to instant. But they're also connected by Marcia Arrieta's acute attention, the fingerpointingtothemoon-like unpredictability of her imagery. She is a wonderful observer, for whom the naming process and the names, the things and the silhouettes of their distances, "the literary symbol." /period/ and "sea. clay. tree." belong to the same landscape, where "between the absolute." /period/ "the door is partially open." — Márton Koppány< Less
The Concession Stand: Exaptation at the Margins By Arpine Konyalian Grenier
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In Armenian, we learn, the word for money is the mirror image — the antigram — of the word for human. In her focus on the word as the smallest unit of composition, Arpine Konyalian... More > Grenier’s essays and memoirs light the darkest corridors of history and disaster. That's her method. In practice, she provides a deft gloss on Fanon's notion of occult instability, locating it in language, more precisely in poetry, and always in music. Her wisdom comes not from the bookshelf, though she is the most learned essayist I know, but from life itself, or from cultural memory and its subtractions. Through her observations a longing absence ferociously prowls, growling like a lion. — Kevin Killian, Novelist, Poet, Playwright< Less