Monday, April 26, 2010

Newly e-Pressed...




The new mid)rib 5 is up, featuring works by

Danielle Aubert
Daniel F. Bradley
Margarita Delcheva
Brandon Freels
Jane A. Lewty
Stephen Mosblech
Douglas Piccinnini
Kim Rosenfield
Matina Stamatakis

http://www.midribpoetry.com/issue5.html


Friday, April 16, 2010



Andromeda

---they look like w-
asps—I’ll cove-
et your web-vein-
, your cluster of ros-
ettes leaking out of
the vial---everything is ex-
actly how you want it;
minute, bee-like, hone-
y does no wrong, neither
does centripety; a s-
warm of locusts in the bree-
ze. The sky is defined on-
ly in the wing’d, accidental
flight for the hollow-boned
no bound
aeries, like what the sea w-
eaves, microscopic algae fill-
igree. Chaos immersed in the fore-
st compost.

I tried it, trash & aether
-----a thousand chain links in the sand.




Sunday, April 11, 2010

Hydrolith: Surrealist Research & Investigations





This book brings together in one volume some of the most exciting recent work from the international surrealist movement. With over 80 contributors from 17 countries around the world, the book contains drawings, paintings, games, comics, photographs, poetry, prose, theoretical and political writings on a huge variety of subjects, including special in-depth investigations of music, space and myth. The book is a must-read for anyone interested in the surrealist movement today.

Available from Lulu


Isolated Machine



Sunday, April 4, 2010

The Annihilation of Matter



Reminders of womb
------the virgin clippings
of memory: veins,
constellations
in syzygy
celestial bodies

Over-

lapped

[the nipples, & then…]

Remind us of night
& nude half-moons,


extinction observed in


the vulture, a crow, a pecked-at

remainder of

exploded

uteri like stars
upon newborn

bellies




Thursday, April 1, 2010