Category: Featured books

ELSEWHERE // FEATURED BOOKS

some links to things:

some of Diane di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters at The New Inquiry

Meara Sharma interviews Claudia Rankine at Guernica

an open letter to white poets from Danez Smith

Bernadette Mayer on writing traditional forms

the Best Books of 2014 next door at The Volta

 

new books:

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Cold Genius by Aaron Kunin // Fence Books

 

 

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Kern by Derek Beaulieu // Les Figues Press

 

 

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Hannibal Barca by Adhemar Ahmad // Ugly Duckling Presse

 

 

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The Dead Girls Speak in Unison by Daniell Pafunda // Coconut Books

 

 

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Then Air by Mark Francis Johnson // Gauss PDF

 

all books, with the exception of Then Air, are also available from Small Press Distribution

ELSEWHERE (sort of): The Volta Book of Poets

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The Volta Book of Poets (Sidebrow 2015) is now available from Small Press Distribution

Edited by the generous sovereign of all things Volta, Joshua Marie Wilkinson, The Volta Book of Poets “gathers together the work of 50 talented poets of disparate backgrounds and traditions, providing a constellation of the most exciting, innovative poetry evolving today.”

Buy that shit

ELSEWHERE // FEATURED BOOKS

there are some cool things happening on the internet:

Rachel Zolf writes on Juliana Spahr’s The Transformation over at Lemon Hound

A great profile on Ammiel Alcalay, written by Cole Heinowitz, is up at the Boston Review

Maria Damon writes on poetic isolation and collective clumsiness at Jacket2

Lucy Ives on disingenuity at the Poetry Foundation blog

Hans Ulrich Obrist’s list of ten things you need to know about now at Vogue

 

new books out:

Letters & Buildings by Thomas Hummel — Subito Press

Diana’s Tree by Alejandra Pizarnik — Ugly Duckling Presse

Ending in Planes by Ruth Ellen Kocher — Noemi Press

Essay Stanzas by Thomas Meyer — The Song Cave

One is None by Katlin Kaldmaa — A Midsummer Night’s Press