Tuesday, March 3, 2009

For Your Day & Evening Pleasure(s)

I will not spend today attached to my computer- other than making my syllabi, I am going to step outside and treat the cold wind like an aggressive caress. Yes. Yogurt. Shower. Coffee. Out. The. Door. But you, on the other hand, should stay right where you are and read the new ish of SIR! featuring Chris Tonelli, Reb Livingston, Paul Siegell and many more.

You should then watch the latest installment of Home Video Review

The Home Video Review of Books is a (mostly) monthly online review
journal of poetry & lyric prose.

Reviews of

Maximum Gaga, Lara Glenum
Archicembalo, by GC Waldrep
This is Why I Hurt You, by Kate Greenstreet
Sing, Mongrel, by Claire Hero
From Here, by Zoe Skoulding & Images by Simonetta Moro
from Fifty Farms, by Jared Hayes
Sometimes My Heart Pushes My Ribs, by Ellen Kennedy
Rising, by Farrah Field
God, Sebastian, Amy, by Ana Bozicevic
The Match Array, by Heather Green
3 Movements, by Karla Kelsey
Take It, by Joshua Beckman
Hand Held Editions Series One: The Cloud Corporation, by Timothy
Donnelly; Nineains, by Ethan Paquin; & Three Poems, by Stefania Heim

Julia Cohen & Mathias Svalina

Staff Reviewers:
Zachary Schomburg, Daniela Gesundheit, Dan Goldman, Stephanie Sherman,
Ken Rumble, Jon Pack, Jayna Maleri, Mary Turnipseed, Elisabeth
Reinkordt, Alex Goldberg, Ben Schechter

To submit a book for review send review copies to:

c/o Julia Cohen & Mathias Svalina
505 62nd St, #C2
Brooklyn, NY 11220

and then go out and see Lyn Hejinian tonight:

Lyn Hejinian

Tuesday, March 3
(doors at 7PM)
@ Dixon Place
(161 Chrystie Street)
Admission is $6 at the Door.


Molly Gaudry said...

You're awake! I wouldn't be, but it's freezing where I am and I'm shaking! Can hardly type, actually! Thanks for your comment. That's a brain-twister, but what a story that would be, no?

Molly Gaudry said...

I go back and forth about the space heater because I think if I buy one the temperature outside will rise dramatically. I also occupy a very large room -- huge, really, and it would take a long time to heat.

But I am now under covers, too, and slowly warming as I write a grocery list in an effort to be or feel organized tomorrow when I wake.

Good luck with your cold feet. Yeah, I can't wait for spring.