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Monthly archive September, 2005

Allen Ginsberg

Allen GinsbergHowl turned 50 this week! The poem that sealed Ginsberg’s fame and shaped a generation of poetics is half a century. Who can resist the pure, unselfconscious energy of Howl? The confidence of it, the determination, the sureness—perhaps rooted in Ginsberg’s knowing that his project was/is a continuation of a grand project started, become...

Marilyn Hacker

There are some new poems in Lodestar Quarterly yet another journal I know little about, but now will be looking at more closely since it seems to be a fairly serious queer literary journal—an online Bloom? They’ve included Edmund White, Jewelle Gomez, Mark Doty and others…But really this is a good reason to talk about...

Andres Ajens

Here’s a snippet from the Mouré translation of Andrés Ajens, as described in the previous post.iv. rough trial (auto).The automobile bile, one wheel off-keel, themoirai to the left, atrop-ical behind,as for those other two, so eternally unerring,with bits of one, child of a flirt whose permit's suspended,ever-exceeding,(m)aimed toward home, theco-reign of herbicides fervently afar, withmagdalene...

Traffic East Magazine

Traffic East, okay, does anyone know about this magazine? It’s out of Buffalo. They do an amazing job, really, the look is so slick, so, I don’t know, Vogue-like. Lots of very impressive ads etc. And yet they publish poetry. Beacoup de poésie. Three of my poems in the last issue, for example, and I...

Just discovered Fascicle

Just discovered Fascicle, a new online journal. The first issue came out some time this summer with an impressive list of contributors including people such as M. NourbeSe Philip, Meredith Quartermain, Carla Harryman, K. Silem Mohammad, Martha Ronk, Linh Dinh, Sappho, Fernando Pessoa and Sophocles (pretty good company, no?), translations by Eugene Ostashevsky, Mónica de...

Juliana Spahr and Ge

Juliana Spahr and Gertrude Steinhttp://people.mills.edu/jspahr/stein.htm

Come and hear the Hound and others

Apocalypse Now:Monday, September 26th @ 7:30 PM Scheduled readers of poetry, fiction and drama: Patrick MartinCarol GhiglieriSina Queyras (aka Lemon Hound)Ken UrbanCaroline Liadakis Apocalypse Lounge189 East 3rd Streetbetween Ave A & BNew York City www.clubapocalypse.com Subway: F or V to 2nd Ave. FREE (Happy Hour-- 7:00 PM-8:00 PM--$2.00 Rheingolds)

Poem by Erin Moure

It came to me this evening as I was on the basketball court. Erin Moure! You haven't thought of Erin Moure in a while now and you didn't put that poem up on Lemon Hound like you wanted to! Why would anyone think of Erin Moure while on the basketball court? Is it because she...

Yet another reason to reconsider Sharon Olds

This caught my eye in the NY Times today.Ms. Olds, in a letter on the Web site of The Nation (thenation.com/doc/20051010/olds), said she found the invitation appealing. "But I could not face the idea of breaking bread with you," she wrote in a letter to Mrs. Bush. "I knew that if I sat down to...

Meeka Walsh on Sharon Olds in Border Crossings

First of all I have to say that I have been, in my life, a big Sharon Olds fan. Perhaps as big a Sharon Olds fan as I am a fan of BorderCrossings. However unlike Border Crossings I fell out of love with Olds and largely view her now, as a parody of herself. Not...

New release from Ferron

Folks have been waiting for the new album from Ferron, and here it is. Turning Into Beautiful, has just been released--the first studio recordings in almost ten years--and she will be playing at Joe's Pub on Wednesday night. As the press kit says, "Ferron has danced in and out of the spotlight. She is nothing...

Chelsea this week

ROBERT SMITHSON Didn'’t catch a glimpse of Smithson's Floating Island , yesterday, my first trip to Chelsea of the season, but I love the idea of this floating barge filled with trees floating around Manhattan. The photos have the trees in full autumn colour, which would be even more spectacular: photos in the Times of...