Thursday, 23 August 2018

Miles Champion - Verbal Fog

Miles Champion’s A Full Cone is published by Carcanet (2018). He edited Tom Raworth’s As When (Carcanet, 2015) and Ted Greenwald’s The Age of Reasons (Wesleyan University Press, 2016), and, with Trevor Winkfield, coauthored How I Became a Painter (Pressed Wafer, 2014). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.








































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Sunday, 5 August 2018

Gwen Muren - Has Started

Gwen Muren is the author of The Twinning Room from Triple Canopy and Glitch from Crater Press. She will be a student at the Iowa Writers' Workshop in the fall.

Gwen Muren - Has Started

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Wednesday, 25 July 2018

Tom Betteridge -Tombeau

Tom Betteridge lives in London. His pamphlet, Pedicure (2017), is available from sine wave peak and he has a new pamphlet, Body Work, from Sad Press (2018).His poems and essays have appeared in journals and magazines including Textual PracticeBlackbox Manifold, Datableed, Hix Eros, Intercapillary SpaceJungftakThe Literateur andZarf, and in From London Out: An Anthology of Contemporary English Poetry (2017), edited by Luke Roberts.

Tom Betteridge - Tombeau

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Saturday, 30 June 2018

Gizem Okulu - from Master Island

Gizem Okulu’s poetry has appeared in Datableed, Intercapillary Space, BOTCH, Paradise Now, and the anthologies From London Out and Wretched Strangers. She is the author of Too Sliced For Landing (MATERIALS, 2017) and Master Island (Tipped Press, 2018).

from Master Island

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Monday, 18 June 2018

Fred Moten - from Impromptu, To Be Announced

Fred Moten teaches in the Department of Performance Studies at New York University. His latest work is consent not to be a single being (Duke University Press, 2017/2018). He and Stefano Harney are authors of All Incomplete, forthcoming next year from Minor Compositions/Autonomedia. In 2018, Moten received the Roy Lichtenstein Award from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts and was named a United States Artists Fellow. 

from Impromptu, To Be Announced  



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Sunday, 8 May 2016

Sarah Hayden - 'aberrant recitative...'

Sarah Hayden lectures in 20th & 21stc. American literature and culture at the University of Southampton and writes about modernism, art and poetry. Her monograph on Mina Loy and artisthood is on the way and she is currently writing a book with Paul Hegarty on the German minimalist, Peter Roehr, and plotting a future project on modernist virgins.
Sarah Hayden - 'aberrant recitative...'

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Monday, 28 September 2015

Charles Bernstein - Self Strike Day

Charles Bernstein is author of Recalculating and Attack of the Difficult PoemsEssays and Inventions, both from the University of Chicago Press.  He is Donald T. Regan Professor of English and Comparative Literature at University of Pennsylvania.

"Self-Strike Day" is one of a series of placards I began in the Fall of 2008, during the U.S. presidential election. The set is available at 

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