tip = textimagepoem, blog edited by jim leftwich, will be regularly hosting news stuff & publish a weekly pdf

Jim Leftwich’s textimagepoem (a page born in 2005) hosts lots of works.
and, from now on, it will also publish a weekly pdf with updates and stuff.

slowforward will (as always) follow the blog & host the pdfs too

the first file is here (week 7-14 May, 2017):
https://slowforward.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/textimagepoem_-05_07_2017-05_14_2017.pdf

it is also available at archive.org :

a roma, oggi, sabato 13, ​florent coste @ libreria stendhal – librairie française de rome

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LIBRERIA STENDHAL
Librairie française de Rome
Piazza San Luigi dei Francesi 23

Sabato 13 maggio, alle ore 18:30
Samedi 13 mai, 18h30

​Florent COSTE
presenta / présente​

​Explore
​Investigations littéraires

​(​Questions Théoriques, 2017​)​

In dialogo con / En dialogue avec​

​Christophe HANNA

e / et

​Olivier QUINTYN

Su / sur facebook​:
https://www.facebook.com/events/441224716225190/

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roma, sab. 13, ​florent coste @ libreria stendhal – librairie française de rome

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LIBRERIA STENDHAL
Librairie française de Rome
Piazza San Luigi dei Francesi 23

Sabato 13 maggio, alle ore 18:30
Samedi 13 mai, 18h30

​Florent COSTE
presenta / présente​

​Explore
​Investigations littéraires

​(​Questions Théoriques, 2017​)​

In dialogo con / En dialogue avec​

​Christophe HANNA

e / et

​Olivier QUINTYN

Su / sur facebook​:
https://www.facebook.com/events/441224716225190/

Continue reading

issue #45 of “otoliths” is on line

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has survived its unprecedented dive between Saturn & its innermost rings, to send back the latest issue of Otoliths that includes cosmic work from Karl Kempton, Thomas Fink, Maya D. Mason, John Xero, John M. Bennett, D.J. Huppatz, Daniel de Culla, Seth Copeland, Texas Fontanella, Jim Leftwich, Robert Lee Brewer, Jim Hanson, Olivier Schopfer, William Repass, Steve Dalachinsky, Kyle Hemmings, Craig Cotter, Jon Cone, Dah Helmer, Michael Farrell, Peycho Kanev, Richard J. Fleming, Cecelia Chapman, Jeff Crouch, Jack Galmitz, Philip Byron Oakes, J.J. Campbell, Sanjeev Sethi, Tom Montag, Darren C. Demaree, Hart Broudy, Neil Leadbeater, Volodymyr Bilyk, Stephen C. Middleton, Aidan Semmens, Karen Greenbaum-Maya, Sneha Subramanian Kanta, Bill Wolak, Pete Spence, Clara B. Jones, Andrew Topel, Andrew Taylor & David Spittle, Marietta McGregor, Faleeha Hassan, Diane Keys, Jesse Glass, Kenneth Rexroth, Katrinka Moore, Daniel Y. Harris, osvaldo cibils, Thomas M. Cassidy, Eileen R. Tabios, David Lohrey, Edward Kulemin, Jared Chipkin, Lakey Comess, Baron Geraldo, Shataw Naseri, Logan K. Young, AG Davis, hiromi suzuki, Hugh Tribbey, Anne-Marie Jeanjean, Caleb Puckett, Drew B. David, Jeff Bagato, Márton Koppány, Louise Landes Levi, Jill Chan, Alain Robinet, Raymond Farr, Dennis Andrew Aguinaldo, Willie Smith, Joe Balaz, M A McDonald, Jim McCrary, Sian Vate, Heath Brougher, Owen Bullock, differx, Lynn Strongin, Marcello Diotallevi, Robbie Coburn, Carol Stetser, Chris Brown, Richard James Allen, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Jeff Harrison, David Harrison Horton, Sjoerd van der Weide, Joel Chace, Indigo Perry, Simon Perchik, Richard Kostelanetz, David Baptiste Chirot, Timothy Pilgrim, Nicole Pottier, Natsuko Hirata, Massimo Stirneri, Rebecca Eddy, Josh Smith, major stafford sternwall, John Pursch, Sheikha A., Mercedes Webb-Pullman, Jared Pearce, Keith Nunes, Jake Goetz, Allen Forrest, sean burn, Richard Skelton, Tom Beckett, Shloka Shankar, Seth Howard, Tony Beyer, Sam Langer, Bob Heman, Cherie Hunter Day, Aurélien Leif,  Catherine Fletcher, Johannes S. H. Bjerg, Pragya Vashishtha, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., Pam Brown, & Marilyn Stablein.

 

princeton acquires granary books language poetry collection

from http://jacket2.org/commentary/princeton-language-poetry-collection

Princeton University Library has acquired Granary Books’s collection related to L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E:

“The Language Writing Collection comprises approximately 1,200 items including books, pamphlets, magazines, broadsides, manuscripts, letters, and ephemera, presenting a rigorous and comprehensive survey of the most influential American avant-­garde literary development of the last 50 years. The Collection chronicles the group’s inception in the seventies, maturation in the eighties, and influence through the nineties and beyond, and provides the basis for in-­depth scholarly research in recent experimental poetry and poetics; literary production and community; and independent small press publishing. The work of nearly 50 poets central to Language Writing has been collected along with more than 50 runs of little magazines associated with the movement.” — From the Granary Books Prospectus.

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