Matthew Zapruder, Zach Shomburg and lots of others have poems in issue 3 of Notnostrums
Peter Moore is in the Hawaii Review
P-Que coming to NYC
Boog City presents
d.a. levy lives: celebrating the renegade press
this Tues., July 28, 6:00 p.m. sharp, free
Event will be hosted by
P-Queue/Queue Books editor Andrew Rippeon
Featuring readings from
José Felipe Alvergue
Sueyeun Juliette Lee
There will be wine, cheese, and crackers, too.
Curated and with an introduction by Boog City editor David Kirschenbaum
P-Queue was founded in 2003 by Sarah Campbell with the special intent to investigate the overlaps and departures between the prose line and that of verse. Today P-Queue continues these investigations, while also exploring other such tipping points, including visual-textual, spoken-written, and polemic-poetic. A chapbook series started in 2007, and treats primarily collaborative projects.
**José Felipe Alvergue
With an M.F.A. from the Cal Arts School of Critical Studies, José Felipe Alvergue is presently a student of the SUNY Buffalo Poetics Program. He is the author of us look up/ there red dwells (Queue Books).
Stephen Collis is the author of three books of poetry, Mine (New Star); Anarchive (New Star), which was nominated for the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize; and The Commons (Talonbooks)—the latter two of which form parts of his on-going “Barricades Project.” He is also the author of two book-length studies, Phyllis Webb and the Common Good (Talonbooks) and Through Words of Others: Susan Howe and Anarcho-Scholasticism (ELS Editions). His new book, On the Material (which includes the long poem “4x4”) is forthcoming from Talonbooks next year. Long a member of the Kootenay School of Writing, he teaches American literature, poetry, and poetics at Simon Fraser University.
Zack Finch is a doctoral candidate in the poetics program at the State University of New York at Buffalo and teaches periodically as a visiting lecturer in creative writing at Dartmouth College. His poems and reviews have appeared in journals such as Poetry, American Letters & Commentary, Boston Review, and Tin House.
**Sueyeun Juliette Lee
Sueyeun Juliette Lee lives in Philadelphia, where she edits Corollary Press, a chapbook series devoted to new work by writers of color. Her publications include That Gorgeous Feeling (Coconut Books), and the chapbooks Mental Commitment Robots (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs), Perfect Villagers (Octopus Books), and Trespass Slightly In (Coconut).
Benjamin Miller has an M.F.A. from CalArts and is a writer and a musician. He lives in NYC.
C/E to 23rd St., 1/9 to 18th St.
Venue is bet. 10th and 11th avenues
Thurs. Sept. 10
d.a. levy lives: celebrating the renegade press, Season 7 Kick-Off
Day 2 of 3rd annual Welcome to Boog City poetry and music festival
Rope-A-Dope Press (South Boston, Mass.)
Come out to Home Sweet Home, at 131 Chrystie Street, on Wednesday night to hear the marvelous JODIANN STEVENSON and the lovely GABRIELLA TORRES read. You'll have to wait for Christie Ann. We promise you'll be glad you did.
JodiAnn Stevenson & Gabriella Torres show us the error of our ways.
Wednesday, July 29. 7 PM sharp. Seriously, 7 PM sharp.
Home Sweet Home
131 Chrystie Street
JodiAnn Stevenson makes her home in Bay City, Michigan where she is an Assistant Professor of writing and poetry at Delta College. She founded Binge Press, to showcase women’s work, in 2004 and 27 rue de fleures, an online journal of women’s poetries in 2005. Her first collection of poetry, The Procedure, was published in the fall of 2006 by March Street Press. Her second collection of poetry, “We, the Emperors” was a finalist in the Gertrude Press Chapbook Award in 2008. An excerpt of her “Kamikaze Death Poetry” is forthcoming in the “faux histories” issue of SPECS. Her recent blog project, Ms. Fish, the relentless, can be found at: http://msfishtherelentless.blogspot.com. Some of her visual poetry resides at www.bowlofmilk.com.
Gabriella Torres currently teaches writing at Baruch College in Manhattan. She is the author of Sister (Lame House Press 2005) and co-editor of the tiny along with Gina Myers. Her poetry has appeared in Sink Review, Cannibal and Past Simple.