Start the conversation: have you read Yearling by Lo Kwa Mei-en? If you can, summarize the collection in one word. Continue the conversation: Yearling was chosen for the Poetry Foundation’s Library Book Club in July. Pick up your own copy, engage online with other poetry enthusiasts, and, if you’re going to be in Chicago on July […]
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Phillip B. Williams is featured in The Missouri Review’s “Poet of the Week.” Read his surreal poem, “The Fawn,” here: http://bit.ly/1EOzC01
Check out Matthew Olzmann’s excellent poems, “Letter to a Moth, Dying in a Light Fixture Outside” and “Daylight Container,” featured on Qualm: http://bit.ly/1bWKOhg For more poems by Matthew Olzmann, read a sample poem from his AJB collection, “Mezzanines,” here: http://bit.ly/AJBMO
Read Tamiko Beyer’s powerful and insightful response to progressive poetics, discussing human corruption, racism, nature, and the construction of “what is natural.” http://bit.ly/1F1Plsk Learn more about Tamiko Beyer’s AJB collection, “We Come Elemental” and read a sample poem here: http://bit.ly/WCETB
Anne Marie Macari’s beautifully crafted poem, “Bone,” is featured on Poetry Daily. Read it here: http://bit.ly/1HV3Mkl For more poems by Anne Marie Macari, check out her AJB collection, “Gloryland,” here: http://bit.ly/GLORYLAND
Joanna Fuhrman is reading during The Acidic Ghost Spectral Reading Series, along with Toni Simon and Cheryl Kaplan. Don’t miss it this Saturday (4/18) at 6 P.M. in Manhattan!
Don’t miss Musehouse’s first poetry reading of the season, featuring AJB’s Lisa Sewell with Nzadi Keita, this Saturday (4/18) at 7 P.M., at the Chestnut Hill Gallery in Philadelphia.
Congratulations to two of our Alices for being featured in Sundress Publications’ Best of the Net Anthology! Follow the link to read Richie Hofmann’s poem “Midwinter” and Sally Wen Mao’s “Myopia: A Cartography.”
Read “Roots” by Luis Muñoz, #translated by AJB’s Curtis Bauer. http://bit.ly/1E2eqq9
Check out Black Warrior Review’s interview with Sally Wen Mao: she discusses dreaming robots, Wong Kar-Wai, imaginary cities, books she’s loved this past year, and her poem “Yume Miru Kikai,” which is in response to the death of the beloved and great filmmaker Satoshi Kon and his unfinished project, The Dreaming Machine. Don’t miss the […]