Poetry from Ari Banias and reviews: John Godfrey on Anselm Hollo; Sara Jane Stoner on Solmaz Sharif; Zoë Bodzas on Bhanu Khapil; Yanyi Luo on Safiya Sinclair; Adjua Gargi Nzinga Greaves on Metta Sáma; Matt Longabucco on Alejandra Pizarnik (transl. Yvette Siegert).
2017 means my gig as editor for the Poetry Project Newsletter is almost up. I’m really pleased with all the issues that have managed to come together while I’ve been holding the reins. Poetry Project Newsletter #248 is now available online here. Issue #248 features:
- Memorials for Ted Greenwald and Bill Berkson from Kit Robinson, Miles Champion, Duncan McNaughton and Julien Poirier.
- A conversation between Edwin Torres, Tracie Morris & Édgar Javier Ulloa
- Brandon Brown on Robert Glück
- Art from Katharine Betty (KB) Jones
- Poetry from Matt Longabucco
- Reviews: Lisa Jarnot on Lisa Birman (ed.); Michael Gottlieb on Robert Fitterman; Rachel Levitsky on Miles Champion (ed.); Jess Mynes on John Godfrey; Dia Felix on Garrett Caples and more!
Thanks to all who contributed to this issue.
The April / May 2016 issue of the Poetry Project Newsletter is available online now.
This issue includes:
Matthew Burgess in conversation with Ron Padgett; Margarita Shalina on St. Mark’s Bookshop, Poetry by Alice Notley, Art by Alberto Borea and reviews: Caitie Moore on Don Mee Choi; Mel Elberg on Tony Iantosca; Adjua Gargi Nzinga Greaves on Ariel Goldberg; Jess Mynes on Tom Raworth; Phillip Griffith on Carrie Lorig; Stephen Boyer on Rob Halpern. Enjoy!
In addition to all the regular Project goings on, #246 includes poetry from Amber Atiya, art from Steffani Jemison and Oasa DuVerney, a conversation between Barbara Henning & Patricia Spears Jones and reviews from Jess Mynes (on Anselm Berrigan); Cornelia Barber (on Melissa Buzzeo); Jai Arun Ravine (on Gabriel Ojeda-Sague); Sara Jane Stoner (on Sueyeun Juliette Lee); Miller Oberman (on Patricia Spears Jones); a William Carlos Williams crossword puzzle & more!
Thanks to all the contributors who made this one a beautiful issue.
I’m so grateful to the generous folks at University of Toronto for sharing this fantastic image with us. A naked centerfold was just what the newsletter needed.
© Allen Ginsberg Estate – courtesy the University of Toronto’s Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, Allen Ginsberg Collection