Happy to announce that E. Tracy Grinnell et al.’s great Magazine Aufgabe is now available online. Here’s how it was announced on Jacket2: The task of recounting the work of Aufgabe is formidable. Founding editor E. Tracy Grinnell initiated the magazine in the Bay Area in 1999. Over the next fifteen years, Aufgabe has featured seventy editors, roughly 700 writers, nearly 150 translators, and twenty artists from twenty-three countries. The magazine was uniformly … Read more Aufgabe, 2001–2014 (ed. E. Tracy Grinnell et al.)
Clayton Eshleman started his first magazine, Caterpillar, in New York City in the fall of 1967 — the very same moment I moved from Europe to the US. It wasn’t until some time in late 1968 that the magazine was brought to my attention, either by Robert Kelly, with whom I was working on Paul Celan translations at Bard College, or by Thomas Meyer, a student like me at … Read more A Sulfur Anthology: Clayton Eshleman, ed.
Treat yourself to a great free read over these Xmas days: The new issue of Hyperion just came out, chockablock full of excellent writing that will take you miles away from all the bad jinglebelly stuff going on. Below, the table of contents; here the link to the full PDF the magazine.
Below, the pix from the just-published issue of BARZAKH. To listen to the recordings of the reading, click here.
The Portable Boog Reader 7: HERE N.Y.C. and Pittsburgh N.Y.C. co-editors: Laura Henriksen, Amy King, David A. Kirschenbaum, Geoffrey Olsen, Nicole Peyrafitte, and Angela Veronica Wong Pittsburgh co-editors Margaret Bashaar and Lauren Russell WITH WORK FROM: N.Y.C. POETS Rosebud Ben-Oni • Leopoldine Core •Steve Dalachinsky Nicholas DeBoer • Ray DeJesús • Francesca DeMusz Claire Donato • Ian Dreiblatt • Anna Gurton-Wachter April Naoko Heck • Darrel Alejandro Holnes • … Read more The Portable Boog Reader 7 Now Online!
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Check out this issuu issue of Contemporary Literature in Translation, edited by Sousan Hammad: Intro Note: The rich collection in this issue of Shahadat reflects Sousan Hammad’s unique approach to translation as a form of collective engagement and draws on the works of poets from urban milieus in Syria, Egypt, Palestine, and Lebanon that are transformed through the emotional force of poetry. From the poems of Najwan Darwish, set in an … Read more Shahadat : The City in Translation
Do help Rain Taxi, the finest review magazine we have for the poetries & proses that otherwise do not get reviewed! Here is their annual call for their fundraiser: Our annual benefit auction allows readers to support our nonprofit literary organization and get cool stuff at the same time! You’ll find signed first editions, gorgeous broadsides, rare chapbooks, esteemed graphic novels, quirky collectibles, original art, this year’s Rain Taxi … Read more Rain Taxi Fundraising Auction
Pleased to announce that the new issue of BARZAKH, the student-run online magazine produced by the Department of English at SUNY Albany, has just gone online. This issue’s editors are Sarah Giragosian & Anna Elena Eyre. The current issue includes work by: Ed Sanders Marilyn Hacker Evie Shockley John Cotter Lynn Behrendt Dimitri Anastasopoulos Issue 03 Editorial Adam Golaski Anne Gorrick while our growing archives have also been updated: Archives Yes! Reading … Read more Barzakh # 3 Online Now!
Just out! Excellent first issue of a new online magazine of the arts — check it out. The Inaugural Spring 2010 Issue of the Tidal Basin Review is available for online viewing here. The Tidal Basin Review is electronic literary journal with a print-on-demand option that seeks to amplify the voice of the human experience through art that is intimate, engaging, and audacious. We make every effort to include … Read more THE TIDE'S IN!