OmniVerse 63: Elena Karina Byrne; Frank Guan; Shira Dentz; Adam Fagin

A journal of new work, essays, & interviews
beyond Omnidawn’s publications

OmniVerse 63

 

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32 Poems, 13.2 Fall/Winter 2015

http://www.32poems.com/issues

James Arthur, Michael Bazzett, Bruce Bond, Shira Dentz, Claudia Emmerson, Kathy Fagan, Leah Falk, Mag Gabbert, Jennifer Givhan, Christine Hemp, Rochelle Hurt, Michael Derrick Hudson, Aaron Krol, Hailey Leithauser, Shara Lessley, Amit Majmudar, Randall Mann, Matthew Minicucci, Jessica Piazza, Jacques Rancourt, Diane Seuss, Melissa Stein

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Upcoming event–

The Fourth Annual Capital District Feminist Studies Conference will be held at the School of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, which is housed in the building known as Sage Labs on the campus of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York on Friday, January 22, 2016 from 9am-5pm.

Poet Celia Bland and I will perform “Rose Secoming,” a collaborative multi-media art work with pieces by musical composer Pauline Oliveros, visual artist Kathy High, Celia Blind, and myself, at 3:25, as part of a panel titled “Feminist Engagements with the Arts.”

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A Festschrift for Tony Frazer

Celebrating the publisher of Shearsman Books and magazine

Check it out!

Shears by Anthony Barnet

rose

Alps
Cayenne
heaven
sun
dust
culture
arch
mark
May
bough
breath
row
border
prickle
flake
fruit
still
scent
time
houses diagram
circled
veiled
wreathed
tinged
warm combed cup pale cold blanket soft bit berry burner
fever-eyed key fingered jar lift lathe glass
wine light sprinkle spot temple
oak poppy pea fly  vine iron  garnet gum plume copper quartz
-crowned
-clad
entangled

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Amherst Poetry Festival

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The third annual Amherst Poetry Festival and the Emily Dickinson Poetry Marathon return October 1 through 4, turning downtown Amherst into a must-visit destination for poetry lovers.

The Amherst Poetry Festival, sponsored by the Emily Dickinson Museum and the Amherst Business Improvement District, takes poetry off the page and into downtown Amherst, where literary history and contemporary creativity live side by side. Anchored by the annual Emily Dickinson Poetry Marathon, the Festival connects the region’s rich poetic tradition with some of today’s most creative poets.

Saturday, October 3, 2015

James Tate Memorial Stage – Emily Dickinson Museum Grounds

2:55 – 3:25 PM Reading by Poets Dara Wier, Shira Dentz, and Ravi Shankar

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door of thin skins reviewed

by Guest Kathline Carr in Grab the Lapels!

Door of thin skins

 

This is the painful and unrelenting tale of Dr. Abe, psychologist and psychic vampire, and his patient/victim, a poet (poetess, he states sibilantly, beginning the process of her dismantling on their first meeting, page 3) who uses language as instinct, as tool and finally as weapon in this masterful textual project. continue reading

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Loose Change Magazine Summer 2015!

Thank you to editor Michael Tod Edgerton for including my hybrid piece,
“Eva 1 & Eva 2” in the awesome new issue of Loose Change Magazine!

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Drunken Boat 22 has launched!

with a new review issue!

Reviews by Judith Goldman, Johanna Drucker, Barbara Duffy, Aisha Sabatini Sloan, Kelly Lydick, and and interview with Cornelius Eady by Alexis Orgera—

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Transom 9 is out!

Transom 9 has launched!

Poems by:

Holly Mitchell
Michael Robins
Cindy Carlson
Zach Savich
Daniel Coudriet
Khairani Barokka
Mark Gosztyla
Shira Dentz
John Myers
Christopher J. Adamson
Caroline Klocksiem
Nico Alvarado

Transom 9

Kingfisher
Acryla Gouache, ink, watercolor on cradled Claybord
Jan Duschen

 

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& NOW 2015: Blast Radius

 

&NOW 2015 AT CALARTS

A Festival of New Writing

March 25-28, 2015

Rose Secoming : an image-music-text performance responding to the experience of female aging, and featuring Pauline Oliveros, Celia Bland, Shira Dentz, Kathy High (Friday 2:30-3:45)

 

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