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A broadside is the equivalent of a painting in the world of the literati. A solitary poem on a single leaf of paper, adorned with some decorative motif or illustration. Since the 1960s, the broadside has become a prized collectible in America. Usually showcasing poems by admired or celebrated authors, these choice texts – like books – are produced in editions, and feature as separate authorial works in any bibliography. Broadsides are ideal for framing, to be hung on a wall. 























For more on contemporary poetry broadsides, please read Kyle Schlesinger’s beautiful essay HERE. To purchase our broadside collectibles, scroll down our extensive gallery below. 


Squircle Line Press Amy Gerstler To Do List Broadside


















TO DO LIST
by Amy Gerstler
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Squircle Line Press Amy Gerstler Womanishness BroadsideWOMANISHNESS
by Amy Gerstler
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Amy Gerstler is the author of over a dozen poetry collections, two works of fiction, and various articles, reviews, and collaborations with visual artists. She won the 1991 National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry for Bitter Angel (1990). Her more recent works include Medicine (2000), Ghost Girl (2004), and Dearest Creature (2009), all published by Penguin – Dearest Creature was named a Notable Book of the Year in The New York Times. Gerstler also edited the 2010 edition of the anthology Best American Poetry. She is a professor in the MFA writing program at the University of California, Irvine. She has taught in the Bennington Writing Seminars program, at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California and the University of Southern California’s Master of Professional Writing Program. The Los Angeles Times has described Gerstler as “one of the best poets in the nation”.


TO DO LIST
Amy Gerstler



WOMANISHNESS
Amy Gerstler





Squircle Line Press Andrew Zawacki Sonnet Broadside






CWICSEOLFOR SONNET
by Andrew Zawacki
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Andrew Zawacki is the author of the poetry books Videotape (Counterpath), Petals of Zero Petals of One (Talisman House), Anabranch (Wesleyan), and By Reason of Breakings (Georgia). He has published numerous chapbooks, including Arrow’s shadow (Equipage), Georgia (Scary Topiary/Katalanché), Glassscape (Projective Industries), Lumièrethèque (Blue Hour), Roche limit (tir aux pigeons), Bartleby’s Waste-book (Particle Series), and Masquerade (Vagabond), which received the Alice Fay DiCastagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America. Translated into French by Sika Fakambi, Georgia was published by Éditions de l’Attente, who recently released Carnet Bartleby. Zawacki’s Par Raison de brisants, translated into French by Antoine Cazé and published by Éditions Grèges, was a finalist for Le Prix Nelly Sachs, while Anabranche is due from Grèges next year. Coeditor of Verse and The Verse Book of Interviews (Verse), Zawacki coedited Gustaf Sobin’s Collected Poems (Talisman). A former fellow of the Slovenian Writers’ Association, he edited Afterwards: Slovenian Writing 1945-1995 (White Pine) and edited and co-translated Aleš Debeljak’s new and selected poems, Without Anesthesia (Persea). He is the translator, from French, of Sébastien Smirou’s My Lorenzo (Burning Deck), which received a French Voices Translation Grant. Zawacki has held fellowships from the Résidence internationale aux Récollets (France), Salzburg Seminar (Austria), Hawthornden Castle (Scotland), Bogliasco Foundation (Italy), Château de Lavigny (Switzerland), Fulbright Foundation (Australia), Rhodes Trust (England), Bread Loaf, and elsewhere.

  

CWICSEOLFOR SONNET
Andrew Zawacki





Squircle Line Press Carol Muske Dukes Skate Broadside







AFTER SKATE
by Carol Muske-Dukes 
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A Poet Laureate of California, Carol Muske-Dukes is co-editor of two anthologies and the author of eight books of poetry, four novels, and two essay collections. Her latest book of poetry is Twin Cities (Penguin Poets Series, 2011). Her other recently released books are two anthologies: Crossing State Lines: An American Renga (co-edited with Bob Holman, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2011) and The Magical Poetry Blimp Pilot’s Guide (co-edited with Diana Arterian, Figueroa Press, 2011). Carol’s other books of poetry include An Octave Above Thunder, New & Selected Poems (Penguin, 1997) and Sparrow, a National Book Award finalist published by Random House in 2003. Her four novels are Channeling Mark Twain (Random House, 2008), Life After Death (Random House, 2001), Saving St. Germ (Penguin, 1993) and Dear Digby (Viking, 1989). Dear Digby has been re-issued by Figueroa Press in 2003. Carol’s collection of essays entitled Married to the Icepick Killer, A Poet in Hollywood was published in August of 2002. Her collection of reviews and critical essays, Women and Poetry: Truth, Autobiography and the Shape of the Self, was published in the “Poets on Poetry” series of the University of Michigan Press in 1997. Many of her collections have been New York Times Most Notable Books, or listed in the current year’s Best Books. She is a regular critic for the New York Times Book Review and the LA Times Book Review. Her work appears everywhere from the New Yorker to L.A. Magazine and she is anthologized widely, including in Best American Poems, 100 Great Poems by Women, and many others. She is professor of English and Creative Writing and founding Director of the new PhD Program in Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. She has received many awards and honors, including a Guggenheim fellowship, a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, an Ingram-Merrill, the Witter Bynner award from the Library of Congress, the Castagnola award from the Poetry Society of America, and several Pushcart Prizes.

  

AFTER SKATE
Carol Muske-Dukes






Squircle Line Press Cathy Wagner Unclang





UNCLANG
by Catherine Wagner
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Catherine Wagner is the author of several poetry collections, including Nervous Device (City Lights Publishers, 2012), My New Job (Fence Books, 2009), Macular Hole (Fence Books, 2004), Miss America (Fence Books, 2001); and a dozen chapbooks, such as Imitating (Leafe Press, 2004) and Articulate How (Big Game Books, 2008). Born in Burma, Wagner lived in Asia and the Middle East until 1977, when her family moved to Baltimore, Maryland. She graduated from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, University of Iowa, and University of Utah. Her work has appeared in anthologies including The Norton Anthology of Postmodern American Poetry, Out of Everywhere: Linguistically Innovative Poetry by Women in North America and the UK, Poets on Teaching, Starting Today: Poems for Obama’s First 100 Days, Gurlesque, State of the Union: 50 Political Poems, A Best of Fence: The First Nine Years, and The Best American Erotic Poems, 1800 to the Present, among others. An anthology she co-edited with Rebecca Wolff, Not for Mothers Only, was published by Fence in 2007. She has performed widely in America, England and Ireland. Her honors include the Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship, the Teaching-Writing Fellowship from University of Iowa, and Steffensen Cannon Fellowship from University of Utah. She is associate professor of English at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

  

UNCLANG
Catherine Wagner






Squircle Line Press Charles Bernstein Broadside Squircle







I DON'T REMEMBER
by Charles Bernstein
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Charles Bernstein has published four collections of essays — The Attack of the Difficult Poems: Essays and Inventions (Chicago, 2011), My Way: Speeches and Poems (Chicago, 1999), A Poetics (Harvard, 1992), and Content’s Dream: Essays 1975-1984 (Sun & Moon, 1985; rpt Northwestern, 2001). He is the author of over twenty collections of poetry, including Recalculating (Chicago, 2013), All the Whiskey in Heaven: Selected Poems (Farrar, Straus and Giroux), Girly Man (Chicago, 2006), With Strings (Chicago, 2001), and Republics of Reality: 1975 - 1995 (Sun & Moon, 2000). His libretto Shadowtime, for composer Brian Ferneyhough, was published in 2005 by Green Integer; it was performed as part of the 2005 Lincoln Center Festival. Bernstein is the editor of several collections, including: American Poetry after 1975 (Duke University Press/special issue of boundary, 2009), Close Listening: Poetry and the Performed Word (Oxford, 1999), The Politics of Poetic Form: Poetry and Public Policy (Roof, 1990), and the poetics magazine L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E, whose first issue was published in 1978. He is editor of the Electronic Poetry Center and co-director (with Al Flireis) of PennSound. He has collaborated with painters Susan Bee, Mimi Gross, Amy Sillman, and Richard Tuttle on several artist’s books and projects. In 2001, he curated Poetry Plastique, a show of visual and sculptural poetry at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in New York. From 1989 to 2003, he taught at the State University of New York at Buffalo, where he was co-founder and Director of the Poetics Program and a SUNY Distinguished Professor. He has been the recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the New York Foundation for the Arts, and the National Endowment for the Arts, and of the Roy Harvey Pearce/Archive for New Poetry Prize of the University of California, San Diego; for lifetime contribution to poetry and scholarship. In 2006, he was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

  

I DON'T REMEMBER
Charles Bernstein





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DRONE [SOUND]
by Dan Beachy-Quick
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DRONE [ALONE]
by Dan Beachy-Quick
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Squircle Line Press Dan BeachyQuick Drone 2Dan Beachy-Quick is the author of five books of poetry, Circle’s Apprentice, North True South Bright, Spell, Mulberry, and This Nest, Swift Passerine, five chapbooks, Apology for the Book of Creatures, Overtakelesness, Heroisms, Canto and Mobius Crowns (the latter two both written in collaboration with the poet Srikanth Reddy), a book of interlinked essays on Moby-Dick, A Whaler’s Dictionary, as well as a collection of essays, meditations and tales, Wonderful Investigations. Reddy and Beachy-Quick’s collaboration has recently been released as a full-length collection, Conversities, and he has also collaborated with the essayist and performance artist Matthew Goulish on Work From Memory. He is a contributing editor for the journals A Public Space, Dear Navigator, and West Branch. After graduating from the University of Denver, he attended the Iowa Writer’s Workshop. He has taught at Grinnell College, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is currently teaching in the MFA Writing Program at Colorado State University. His work has been a winner of the Colorado Book Award, and has been a finalist for the William Carlos Williams Prize, and the PEN/USA Literary Award in Poetry. He is the recipient of a Lannan Foundation residency, and taught as Visiting Faculty at the Iowa Writer’s Workshop in spring 2010. He is currently one of two Monfort Professors at CSU for 2013-2015.



DRONE [SOUND]
Dan Beachy-Quick




DRONE [ALONE]
Dan Beachy-Quick  





Dan Chiasson Broadside Squircle Line Press






VITAL SIGNS
by Dan Chiasson
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Poet and critic Dan Chiasson is the author of three books of poetry. These include The Afterlife of Objects, Natural History, and Where's the Moon, There's the Moon. A book of criticism, One Kind of Everything: Poem and Person in Contemporary America, was published by The University of Chicago Press. His fifth book, Bicentennial: Poems and Plays, is published by Knopf. Chiasson reviews poetry regularly for the New Yorker and the New York Times Book Review. He has received the Whiting Writers’ Award, a Pushcart Prize, and a fellowship from the Guggenheim Foundation. He is Associate Professor of English at Wellesley College and teaches in the Boston University Graduate Program in Creative Writing.

 

VITAL SIGNS
Dan Chiasson





Squircle Line Press David Rivard Workday Broadside












TO MYSELF, ON A WORKDAY MORNING IN MAY
by David Rivard
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IRON RISING OUT OF IRON
by David Rivard
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Squircle Line Press David Rivard Iron BroadsideDavid Rivard is the author of five books of poetry: Otherwise Elsewhere, Sugartown, Bewitched Playground, Wise Poison, winner of the James Laughlin Prize from the Academy of American Poets in 1996 and a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award, and Torque, winner of the 1987 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize. His poems and essays appear regularly in the American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, Poetry, TriQuarterly, Poetry London, Pushcart Prize, Best American Poetry, and other magazines and anthologies. Among his awards are fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, as well as the O. B. Hardison Jr. Poetry Prize from the Folger Shakespeare Library, in recognition of both his writing and teaching. In 2009, he was awarded the Jerome J. Shestack Prize from the American Poetry Review. Rivard is currently the director of the MFA Program in Writing at the University of New Hampshire.



WORKDAY MORNING
David Rivard




IRON RISING OUT OF IRON
David Rivard





Squircle Line Press Dean Young Broadside






STUDIES SHOW
by Dean Young
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Often read as a second-generation New York School poet, Dean Young has published ten books of poems. The most recent of these include Bender, and Fall Higher, both from Copper Canyon Press. A book of poetic speculation, The Art of Recklessness, was published by Graywolf Press. Awarded the Colorado Prize for Poetry, Young is the recipient of the Stegner Fellowship, as well as fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center. His writing has been included in The Best American Poetry anthology multiple times, dating back to 1993. His sixth book of poems, Elegy on Toy Piano, was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. He currently holds the William Livingston Chair of Poetry at the University of Texas at Austin.

 

STUDIES SHOW
Dean Young





Squircle Line Press Kon Broadside Magnum









MAGNUM OPUS
by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé
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RETROSPECT: 
A SOLDIER'S MEMOIR
by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé
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Squircle Line Press Kon Broadside Retrospect
Here are two ink-illustrated broadsides by Squircle publisher Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé. “Magnum Opus” remains one of the earliest of his illustrations to have made it to print, appearing as the centerfold spread of a junior college literary magazine called My Word. The magazine is black-and-white, and only enjoyed a small print run 25 years ago. “Retrospect: A Soldier’s Memoir” was illustrated for the cover of the commemorative coffee-table hardback to honor Singapore’s first mono-intake armored battalion in 1992. The wrap-around cover is also black-and-white, with its title hot-stamped in gold. This cover is re-issued as this broadside 21 years after its first appearance. Both publications have never been reprinted, and few copies of them remain to this day. Desmond has edited more than ten books and co-produced three audio books. An interdisciplinary artist, he also works in clay, his ceramic works housed in museums and private collections in India, the Netherlands, the UK, and the US. Desmond is the recipient of the PEN American Center Shorts Prize, Swale Life Poetry Prize, Cyclamens & Swords Poetry Prize, Notre Dame Poetry Fellowship, Hiew Siew Nam Academic Award, Singapore International Foundation Grant, Stepping Stones Nigeria Poetry Prize, and Little Red Tree International Poetry Prize.



MAGNUM OPUS
Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé




RETROSPECT
Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé





Squircle Line Press Kon Broadside 38th Parallel








THE 38TH PARALLEL IN 
TWO VILLANELLES
by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé
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“The 38th Parallel in Two Villanelles” is a poem, written upon invitation, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the armistice of The Korean War in 1953. The Korean War, also known as The Forgotten War, left the world a divided Korean peninsula. The death toll was grave – two million Koreans died – and many families remain separated by the Demilitarized Zone, which runs along the 38th parallel north. The poem has been presented in a joint ceremony that straddled America, Korea, Japan and Singapore. This poem comprises two villanelles — a composite of 38 lines — one as an open invitation to the writing out of the absent other. The villanelle is a poem of 19 lines, with structural requirements of five tercets and a closing quatrain, replete with two refrains. Translated into Korean by distinguished poet Cho Soo-Hyoung, this poem appears in Cho’s new book in 2013. The broadside is housed for archiving or exhibition at The Queensland Korean War Memorial in Australia, as well as The Butler Center for Arkansas Studies and The Center of the Study for the Korean War in America. Apart from running this press, Desmond has edited more than ten books and co-produced three audio books. An interdisciplinary artist, he also works in clay, his ceramic works housed in museums and private collections in India, the Netherlands, the UK, and the US. Desmond is the recipient of the PEN American Center Shorts Prize, Swale Life Poetry Prize, Cyclamens & Swords Poetry Prize, Notre Dame Poetry Fellowship, Hiew Siew Nam Academic Award, Singapore International Foundation Grant, Stepping Stones Nigeria Poetry Prize, and Little Red Tree International Poetry Prize.

  

THE 38TH PARALLEL
Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé






Squircle Line Press Forrest Gander Dark Nights Broadside





WHEN NIGHTS WERE DARK
by Forrest Gander
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THE SECOND BALLAD
by Forrest Gander
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Squircle Line Press Forrest Gander Second Ballad BroadsideForrest Gander is an American poet, essayist, novelist, critic, and translator. A writer in multiple genres, Gander is noted for his collaborations with photographers such as Sally Mann and Graciela Iturbide and with the dancers Eiko & Koma. This poem, “When Nights Were Dark”, is from a collaborative sequence with the Japanese-born movement artists, to be published in the New Directions book, Eiko & Koma. Concerned with the way we are revised and translated in encounters with the foreign, Gander’s book Core Samples from the World was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. The author of numerous other books of poetry, including Redstart: An Ecological Poetics and Science & Steepleflower, Gander also writes novels (As a Friend), essays (A Faithful Existence) and translates. His most recent translations are Watchword (which won the Villaurrutia Prize) by Pura López Colomé; Spectacle & Pigsty by Kiwao Nomura (winner of Best Translated Book Award); and Firefly Under the Tongue: Selected Poems of Coral Bracho (Finalist, PEN Translation Prize). Gander’s poems appear in many literary magazines in the US and abroad, and have been translated into a dozen languages. His books in translation are available in France, Mexico, Chile, Spain, Bulgaria, Japan, Germany, and the Netherlands. Gander is a United States Artists Rockefeller Fellow and the recipient of fellowships from the Library of Congress, the National Endowment for the Arts, the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, The Whiting Foundation, and the Howard Foundation. He is the Adele Kellenberg Seaver Professor of Literary Arts and Comparative Literatures at Brown University.



WHEN NIGHTS WERE DARK
Forrest Gander




THE SECOND BALLAD
Forrest Gander





Squircle Line Press Grant Caldwell Broadside Pleasure








PLEASURE COMES AGAIN
by Grant Caldwell
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Grant Caldwell was born in Melbourne in 1947, and has lived in London, Morocco, Ibiza and Sydney. He completed an economics degree at the University of Melbourne, and a doctorate in Creative Writing at Deakin University. After living in Europe in the early 70s, Caldwell devoted his time to writing. He has been teaching Creative Writing at the University of Melbourne since 1995. His creative work, poetry, stories and extended narratives, have been published widely in Australia since the 70s, as well as in Canada, Columbia, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, and USA. He has had eight books published – six collections of poetry, a novel and a collection of short stories. His work has been translated into Bengali, Japanese, Spanish and Arabic. Caldwell has received two Australia Council Established Writer Fellowships, and two Arts Victoria Grants. His books have been nominated for the Age Book of the Year Award, and a Human Rights Award. He was the Managing Editor of the Australian Poetry Centre’s national poetry journal Blue Dog from 2007 to 2010; he was an inaugural board member of the Australian Poetry Centre, and the Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature Bid 2007, and the Steering Committee for the Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas. Caldwell has represented Australia at international poetry festivals in Columbia, New Zealand and Japan.   

  


PLEASURE COMES AGAIN
Grant Caldwell





Squircle Line Press Ian Wedde 6 Broadside













6 from ‘Shadow Stands Up’
by Ian Wedde
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18 from ‘Shadow Stands Up’
by Ian Wedde
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Squircle Line Press Ian Wedde 18 BroadsideIan Wedde was born in New Zealand in 1946, and has lived and worked there as well as in Bangladesh, Jordan, England and France. He’s the author of fifteen collections of poetry, six novels, two collections of essays, as well as several art catalogues. His most recent books are The Life-Guard (Auckland University Press, 2013), a novel The Catastrophe (Victoria University Press, 2011), and an artist monograph Bill Culbert: Making Light Work (Auckland University Press/RGAP, 2009). He was New Zealand’s Poet Laureate 2011-13, was made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) in 2010, given a Distinguished Alumni Award at the University of Auckland in 2007, and an Arts Foundation Laureate Award in 2006. He has won national book awards for both fiction and poetry. He was Head of Art and Humanities at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa from 1994 to 2004, and from 2011-13 taught in the English and Art History Departments of Auckland University. In 2013-14 he will be based in Berlin on the Creative New Zealand Berlin Writer’s Residency.



6
Ian Wedde



18
Ian Wedde

  


Squircle Line Press Ilya Kaminsky Broadside


















AUTHOR'S PRAYER
by Ilya Kaminsky
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Squircle Line Press Ilya Kaminsky Mother Tango Broadside
MY MOTHER'S TANGO
by Ilya Kaminsky
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Ilya Kaminsky is the author of Musica Humana (Chapiteau Press) and Dancing In Odessa (Tupelo Press), the latter winning the Whiting Writer’s Award, the Dorset Prize, the Ruth Lilly Fellowship, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters’ Metcalf Award. The book was named Best Poetry Book of the Year 2004 by ForeWord Magazine. Kaminsky has also been awarded the Pushcart Prize, Levinson Prize, Lannan Foundation’s Literary Fellowship, and the Yinchuan International Poetry Prize. As an editor, he has worked on This Lamentable City: Poems of Polina Barskova (Tupelo Press), as well as The Ecco Anthology of International Poetry (Harper Collins). In 2012, Alice James Books also published Dark Elderberry Branch: Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva, a Reading by Ilya Kaminsky and Jean Valentine. His poems have been translated into numerous languages, and his books published in Holland, Russia, France, and Spain.



AUTHOR'S PRAYER
Ilya Kaminsky




MY  MOTHER'S TANGO
Ilya Kaminsky





Squircle Line Press James Galvin Whimpering Broadside






STOP WHIMPERING AND SPEAK
by James Galvin
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James Galvin has authored six collections of poetry, most recently As Is (Copper Canyon Press, 2009), X: Poems (Copper Canyon Press, 2003), and Resurrection Update, Collected Poems, 1975-1997 (Copper Canyon Press, 1997), which was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award, the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize, and the Poet’s Prize. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed prose book The Meadow (Holt, 1992) and a novel, Fencing the Sky (Holt, 1999). For more than thirty years, Galvin has been crafting poems that convey a profound sense of place, capturing both the harshness and beauty of the rural American West. In particular, he vividly reveals a western landscape, a homeland, that is often devastating and, seemingly, on the verge of blowing away. Galvin’s vision and voice are ennobled by a profound sense of obligation to the hard-bitten survivors of this eroding landscape. Galvin is the recipient of the Lila Wallace-Reader’s Digest Foundation Award, Lannan Literary Award, Guggenheim Fellowship, Ingram Merrill Fellowship, and National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. He has a home, some land, and some horses outside of Tie Siding, Wyoming, and he is a member of the permanent faculty of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at the University of Iowa.

  

STOP WHIMPERING AND SPEAK
James Galvin






Squircle Line Press Jan Zwicky Small Song 5





SMALL SONG
by Jan Zwicky
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Jan Zwicky is a Canadian philosopher, poet, essayist, and musician. An author of eleven books, she is known for writing about music and the natural world, her poetry recognized for its intense lyricism. Individual poems have been translated into Czech, French, German, Serbian, Spanish and Italian. Among her many accolades, Forge was shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry Prize, while both Songs for Relinquishing the Earth and Robinson’s Crossing were shortlisted for Governor General’s Awards for Poetry. Songs for Relinquishing the Earth won the award in 1999, while Robinson’s Crossing won the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize in 2004. Zwicky is an eco-political and anti-colonial thinker, promoting the fundamental unity of ontology and ethics by laying emphasis on the act of attention. Major thinkers like Heraclitus, Plato, Freud, Woolf and Wittgenstein figure prominently in her philosophical work, which challenges the hegemonic status of logico-linguistic analysis in 20th and 21st Century Anglo-American philosophy. She has developed the notion of resonance as central to the understanding of ontological structures, and argues for its relevance in epistemology. To Zwicky, form is integral to meaning. Her numerous academic positions were held at Princeton University, University of Waterloo, University of Western Ontario, University of New Brunswick, and University of Alberta. Zwicky is a Professor Emerita in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Victoria, where she taught from 1996 to 2009. She has served as a faculty member at the Banff Centre Writing Studio, and edits regularly for Brick Books.

 

SMALL SONG
Jan Zwicky






Squircle Line Press John Barton Metrics Broadside














METRICS
by John Barton
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POTTAGE
by John Barton
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Squircle Line Press John Barton Pottage BroadsideJohn Barton has published ten collections of poetry and six chapbooks since 1981, including Hidden Structure (1984), West of Darkness (1987), Great Men (1990), Designs from the Interior (1994), Hypothesis (2001),Hymn (2009), and most recently Balletomane: The Program Notes of Lincoln Kirstein and For the Boy with the Eyes of the Virgin: Selected Poems, which were both published in 2012. Coeditor of Seminal: The Anthology of Canada’s Gay-Male Poets, he has won three Archibald Lampman Awards, an Ottawa Book Award, a CBC Literary Award, and a National Magazine Award. His poems have appeared in anthologies, magazines, and newspapers, and online across Canada and in the United States, Australia, China, India, and the U.K. Previously the co-editor of Arc Poetry Magazine in Ottawa, he now lives in Victoria, B.C., where he edits The Malahat Review. "Metrics" first appeared in Contemporary Verse 2, while "Pottage" was previously published in Prism International.



METRICS
John Barton




POTTAGE
John Barton





Squircle Line Press John Burnside Narcissism Broadside







NARCISSISM FOR BEGINNERS
by John Burnside
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John Burnside is a Scottish writer. The author of 14 books of poetry, he is one of only two poets to have won both the T. S. Eliot Prize and the Forward Poetry Prize for the same book: Black Cat Bone (2011). His first collection of poetry, The Hoop, was published in 1988 and won a Scottish Arts Council Book Award. Other poetry collections include Common Knowledge (1991), Feast Days (1992), winner of the Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize, and The Asylum Dance (2000), winner of the Whitbread Poetry Award and shortlisted for both the Forward Poetry Prize and the T. S. Eliot Prize. The Light Trap (2001) was also shortlisted for the T. S. Eliot Prize. Astonishingly prolific, Burnside has authored eight novels, including The Dumb House (1997), The Devil’s Footprints (2007), Glister (2009), and A Summer of Drowning (2011). His memoir, A Lie About My Father, received the Saltire Book of the Year Prize, the Sundial/SAC Non-Fiction Book of the Year Award and a CORINE International Literature Prize. A second memoir, Waking Up in Toytown, appeared in 2010. He has also published the short story collections Burning Elvis (2000) and Something Like Happy (2013). His stories and feature essays have appeared in numerous magazines and journals, including The New Yorker, The Guardian and The London Review of Books, among others. He also writes an occasional nature column for The New Statesman. Burnside’s main interests are in American literature, poetry, ecocriticism and the language of environmental activism. In 2011, he received the Petrarca-Preis, a major German international literary prize.

  

NARCISSISM FOR BEGINNERS
John Burnside






Squircle Line Press John Tranter Broadside








747 SONNET
by John Tranter
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John Tranter’s two latest books Urban Myths: 210 Poems: New and Selected (2006) and Starlight: 150 Poems (2010), have together won six major Australian awards. He received a Doctorate of Creative Arts from the University of Wollongong and is an Honorary Associate in the University of Sydney School of Letters, Arts and Media and an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. He has given more than a hundred readings and talks in various cities around the world, has published more than twenty collections of verse, and has edited six anthologies. He founded the free Internet magazine Jacket in 1997 and granted it to the University of Pennsylvania in 2010, he is the founder of the Australian Poetry Library at http://poetrylibrary.edu.au which publishes over 40,000 Australian poems online, and he has a journal at johntranter.net and a vast homepage at johntranter.com.

  

747 SONNET
John Tranter





Squircle Line Press John Wilkinson Broadside




LYRIC
by John Wilkinson
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John Wilkinson is an English poet now Chair of the Committee on Creative Writing and Professor in
the Department of English at the University of Chicago. His earlier career was chiefly in mental health services in Birmingham and London. His most recent book of poetry is Reckitt’s Blue (London and Calcutta: Seagull Books 2013), following the chapbook Ode at the Gate of the Gathering (Brighton: Crater Press 2011). His Selected Poems, edited by Alex Pestell, are forthcoming from Salt and draw on eight principal earlier collections. These titles include Down to Earth (2008), Lake Shore Drive (2006), Contrivances (2003) and Effigies against the Light (2001). A chapbook titled Iphigenia appeared in 2004, and his 1986 collection, Proud Flesh, was re-issued in 2005 with an introduction by Drew Milne. He has published criticism on New York School and contemporary British poetry, some of it collected in The Lyric Touch (Salt 2007). Wilkinson has held a Frank Knox Fellowship at Harvard University, was a Fulbright Distinguished Scholar at the Nathan S. Kline Institute, Carl H. Pforzheimer Fellow at the National Humanities Center in North Carolina, as well as Writer in Residence and thereafter Research Professor at the University of Notre Dame. He is the recipient of the Chancellor’s Medal for Poetry, and the PIP Gertrude Stein Award for Innovative Poetry.

  

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John Wilkinson






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SALT
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WHERE WE’D WISH TO GO
by Kevin Brophy
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Squircle Line Press Kevin Brophy Broadside WishKevin Brophy is the author of thirteen books, including the recent poetry collections, Radar (Walleah Press 2012) and Mr Wittgenstein’s Lion (Five islands 2007). His latest collection of essays is Patterns of Creativity (Rodopi 2009). He is Professor of Creative Writing in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. He was 2009 co-winner of the Calibre Prize for an outstanding essay. His collection of short fiction, What Men and Women Do, was runner-up for the Christina Stead Award, and in 2005 he was awarded the Martha Richardson medal for poetry. From 1980 to 1994 he was founding co-editor of the literary journal, Going Down Swinging with Myron Lysenko. In late 2013 John Leonard Press published his New and Selected.





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Kevin Brophy





WHERE WE'D WISH TO GO
Kevin Brophy  



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WINDMILL
by Larissa Szporluk
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Larissa Szporluk was raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan. She studied at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and graduated from University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Virginia with an MFA, where she was a Henry Hoyns fellow. Her books of poetry include Dark Sky Question (1998), which won the Barnard Poetry Prize; Isolato (2000), winner of the Iowa Poetry Prize; The Wind, Master Cherry, the Wind (2003); Embryos and Idiots (2007); and Traffic with Macbeth (2011). Her work has been included in anthologies such as The Best American Poetry 1999, Best of Beacon 1999, The new young American poets, Best American Poetry 2001, and Twentieth-century American poetry. Her honors include two The Best American Poetry awards, a Pushcart Prize, and fellowships from Guggenheim, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Ohio Arts Council. She was a visiting professor at Cornell University in 2005, and currently teaches at Bowling Green State University. 

  


WINDMILL
Larissa Szporluk





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NIGHT FALLOW
by Lyn Hejinian
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Lyn Hejinian is an American poet, essayist, translator and publisher. She is often associated with the Language poets and is well known for her landmark work My Life (Sun & Moon, 1987, original version Burning Deck, 1980), as well as her book of essays, The Language of Inquiry (University of California Press, 2000). She has published over a dozen books of poetry and numerous books of essays as well as two volumes of translations from the Russian poet Arkadii Dragomoshchenko. She is the co-editor (with Barrett Watten) of A Guide to Poetics Journal: Writing in the Expanded Field 1982-1998 (Wesleyan, 2013), an anthology of works on key issues in poetics published in tandem with the Poetics Journal Archive, an ebook edition of the complete (1500-page) Poetics Journal. Her most recent new books are The Book of a Thousand Eyes (Omnidawn Books, 2012) and The Wide Road, written in collaboration with Carla Harryman (Belladonna, 2010). Hejinian is currently co-editor of Atelos, which publishes cross-genre collaborations between poets and other artists. She is the recipient of grants and awards from the California Arts Council, the Academy of American Poets, the Poetry Fund, the National Endowment of the Arts, and the Guggenheim Foundation. She teaches in the University of California, Berkeley English Department, and has lectured in Russia and around Europe. In 2009, Hejinian founded the Solidarity Alliance at UC Berkeley, a coalition of unions, workers, staff, students, and faculty fighting the privatization of public education.

  

NIGHT FALLOW
Lyn Hejinian






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THE BARNS OF JOSEPH
by Medbh McGuckian
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THE READING FEVER
by Medbh McGuckian
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Squircle Line Press Medbh McGuckian Fever Born in 1950 in Belfast, Medbh McGuckian has authored more than 15 poetry collections. These include On Ballycastle Beach (1988), Marconi's Cottage (1992), Captain Lavender (1995), Shelmalier (1998), The Book of the Angel (2004), The Currach Requires no Harbours (2007), and My Love Has Fared Inland (2010), among others. She is also the author of Horsepower Pass By! A Study of the Car in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney (1999). McGuckian attended Queen’s University in Belfast, where she befriended poets Paul Muldoon, Ciaran Carson and Seamus Heaney, and earned her BA and MA in English. Her other notable publications include editing The Big Striped Golfing Umbrella: Poems by Young People from Northern Ireland (1985), and co-translating, with Eilean Ni Chuilleanain, the Irish poet Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill’s collection The Water Horse (1999). McGuckian has earned significant critical acclaim over the course of her career. Her poem “The Flitting”, published under a male pseudonym, won the 1979 National Poetry Competition. In 1980, McGuckian published two chapbooks of poetry and also won the prestigious Eric Gregory Award. Her first collection, The Flower Master (1982), won the Poetry Society’s Alice Hunt Bartlett Prize, the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature, and an award from the Ireland Arts Council. On Ballycastle Beach won the Cheltenham Award, and The Currach Requires No Harbours was short-listed for the Irish Times Poetry Now Award. McGuckian won the Forward Prize for Best Poem for “She Is in the Past, She Has This Grace.” Her honors also include the Bass Ireland Award for Literature, the Denis Devlin Award, and the American Ireland Fund’s Literary Award. McGuckian was the first woman to hold the Writer-in-Residence position at Queen's University. She currently lives in Belfast with her husband and children, and is a professor of English at Queen's University.



THE BARNS OF JOSEPH
Medbh McGuckian



THE READING FEVER
Medbh McGuckian 





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A THANK-YOU NOTE
by Michael Ryan
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Squircle Line Press Michael Ryan I BroadsideMichael Ryan’s poems and essays have appeared in The American Poetry Review, Poetry,The Threepenny Review, The New Yorker, and many other magazines and anthologies over the last forty years. Threats Instead Of Trees won the Yale Series of Younger Poets Award and was a National Book Award finalist in 1974. In Winter was a National Poetry Series selection and New York Times notable book in 1981, and God Hunger won the Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize in 1990. In 1995, he published an autobiography, Secret Life, and, in 2000, a collection of essays about poetry and writing, A Difficult Grace. His memoir, Baby B, was excerpted in The New Yorker and was published in Spring, 2004 by Graywolf Press, coincidentally with Houghton Mifflin’s publication of his New and Selected Poems, which won the 2005 Kingsley Tufts Poetry Award. Among many other distinctions for his work are a Whiting Writers Award, NEA and Guggenheim Fellowships, and awards from The American Poetry Review, Ploughshares, Virginia Quarterly Review, and the Poetry Society of America. This Morning, his most recent book of poems, was published in 2012 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. These poems appeared in the July/August 2013 issue of Poetry.



A THANK-YOU NOTE
Michael Ryan




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HISTORICAL CRITICISM 
& THE IMAGE OF THE HEART
by Noah Eli Gordon
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Noah Eli Gordon is the author of eight books, including The Year of the Rooster (Ahsahta Press, 2013), The Source (Futurepoem, 2011), and Novel Pictorial Noise (Harper Perennial, 2007), which was selected by John Ashbery for the National Poetry Series and subsequently chosen for the San Francisco State Poetry Center Book Award. Gordon is the co-publisher of Letter Machine Editions, an editor with The Volta, and an Assistant Professor in the MFA program in Creative Writing at The University of Colorado–Boulder, where he currently directs Subito Press. His essays, reviews, creative nonfiction, criticism, and poetry appear widely, including journals such as Bookforum, Seneca Review, Boston Review, Fence, Hambone, and in the anthologies Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology, A Broken Thing: Poets on the Line, Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing, Poets on Teaching, and Burning Interiors: David Shapiro's Poetry and Poetics. An advocate of small press culture, he penned a column for five years on chapbooks for Rain Taxi: review of books, ran Braincase Press, and was a founding editor of the little magazine Baffling Combustions

  


HISTORICAL CRITICISM
Noah Eli Gordon






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CENOBITES
by Orlando Ricardo Menes
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Orlando Ricardo Menes is a Latino poet, writer, translator, editor, and professor. His third poetry collection, Fetish, won the 2012 Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry and will be published by the University of Nebraska Press. He is also the author of Furia (Milkweed, 2005) and Rumba atop the Stones (Peepal Tree, 2001). His poems have appeared in several prominent anthologies, as well as literary magazines like Ploughshares, Harvard Review, The Antioch Review, Prairie Schooner, Hudson Review, Shenandoah, Callaloo, Indiana Review, River Styx, Epoch, Spoon River Poetry Review, New Letters, Crab Orchard Review, and Green Mountains Review. In addition, Menes is editor of Renaming Ecstasy: Latino Writings on the Sacred (Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe, 2004) and The Open Light: Poets from Notre Dame, 1991-2008 (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011). Besides his own poems, Menes has published translations of poetry in Spanish, including My Heart Flooded with Water: Selected Poems by Alfonsina Storni (Latin American Literary Review Press, 2009). That same year he received a Literature Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts. His poetry delves into questions of liminality, the hybrid sacred, diaspora and exile, and the relationship between the cross-cultural imagination and a poetics of the baroque. Menes currently directs the Creative Writing Program at the University of Notre Dame where he has taught since 2000.

  

CENOBITES
Orlando Ricardo Menes






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MURANO
by Paisley Rekdal
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Paisley Rekdal is the author of a book of essays, The Night My Mother Met Bruce Lee; the hybrid genre, photo-text memoir Intimate; and four books of poetry: A Crash of Rhinos, Six Girls Without Pants, The Invention of the Kaleidoscope, and Animal Eye. She earned a BA from the University of Washington, an MA from the University of Toronto Centre for Medieval Studies, and an MFA from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her work has received the Amy Lowell Poetry Traveling Fellowship, a Village Voice Writers on the Verge Award, an NEA Fellowship, two Pushcart Prizes, the University of Georgia Press’ Contemporary Poetry Series Award, a Fulbright Fellowship, inclusion in the Best American Poetry series (2102 and 2013) and various state arts council awards. Her recent book of poems, Animal Eye, was a finalist for the 2013 Kingsley Tufts Prize, the Balcones Poetry Prize, and was the winner of the 2013 UNT Rilke Prize. Her poems and essays have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, American Poetry Review, The Kenyon Review, Poetry, The New Republic, Virginia Quarterly Review, Tin House, and on National Public Radio among many others. Rekdal teaches at the University of Utah.

  

MURANO
Paisley Rekdal




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BLUNT
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HUSBAND
by Philip Schultz
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by Philip Schultz
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Squircle Line Press Philip Schultz Broadside Opening 2 Philip Schultz is an American poet, and the founder/director of The Writers Studio, a private school for fiction and poetry writing based in New York City. He is the author of several collections of poetry, including his most recent The God of Loneliness: Selected and New Poems (2010), Failure (2007) winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry, Living in the Past (2004), and The Holy Worm of Praise (2002), all published by Harcourt. He is also the author of Deep Within the Ravine (Viking 1984), which was the Lamont Poetry Selection of the Academy of American Poets; Like Wings (Viking 1978, winner of an American Academy & Institute of Arts and Letters Award as well as a National Book Award nomination) and the poetry chapbook, My Guardian Angel Stein (1986). His work has been published in The New Yorker, Partisan Review, The New Republic, The Paris Review, Slate, among other magazines, and he is the recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship in Poetry to Israel and a 2005 Guggenheim Fellowship in Poetry. He has also received, among others, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry (1981), a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Poetry (1985), as well as the Levinson Prize from Poetry magazine. Schultz founded The Writers Studio in 1987 after spending four years as the founder and director of New York University's graduate creative writing program. The Writers Studio utilizes a method that emphasizes technique and emotional connection, making writers aware of the distinction between the actual writer and a narrative persona. Today it features an online program, workshops in New York City, San Francisco and Tucson, as well as a celebrated reading series in New York City.



BLUNT
Philip Schultz



HUSBAND
Philip Schultz



THE OPENING
Philip Schultz
  



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CHIRALITY
by Rae Armantrout
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Frequently associated with the Language poets, Rae Armantrout has authored ten books of poems, including her recent Just Saying (Wesleyan University Press, 2013), and Money Shot (2011). In 2010, Versed won the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. The title was also nominated for the National Book Award. Next Life was selected by the New York Times as one of the most notable books of 2007, while both Up to Speed and Veil: New and Selected Poems were finalists for the PEN Center USA Award. The recipient of numerous other accolades, including an award in poetry from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts in 2007 and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2008, Armantrout has also written a prose memoir, True, published by Atelos in 1998. Here is a citation from the Academy of American Poets: “Part of the first generation of Language poets on the West Coast, her work has been praised for syntax that borders on everyday speech while grappling with questions of deception and distortion in both language and consciousness. About her poems, Robert Creeley has described ‘a quiet and enabling signature,’ adding, ‘I don’t think there’s another poet writing who is so consummate in authority and yet so generous to her readers and company alike.’ ” Armantrout’s poetry has appeared in major anthologies, such as Language Poetries (New Directions), In The American Tree (National Poetry Foundation), Postmodern American Poetry (Norton), Poems for the Millennium, Vol. 2 (University of California), American Women Poets of the 21st Century (Wesleyan), and several editions of Best American Poetry. She teaches at the University of California, San Diego, where she is Professor of Poetry and Poetics.

  

CHIRALITY
Rae Armantrout






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LOVE SONG FOR LOVE SONGS
by Rafael Campo
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HEALTH
by Rafael Campo
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IATROGENIC
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Born in 1964 New Jersey, Rafael Campo is the author of The Other Man Was Me (Arte Público Press, Houston, 1994), which won the 1993 National Poetry Series Award; What the Body Told (Duke University Press, Durham, 1996), which won a Lambda Literary Award for Poetry; and The Poetry of Healing: A Doctor's Education in Empathy, Identity, and Desire (W.W. Norton, New York, 1997), a collection of essays now available in paperback under the title The Desire to Heal, which also won a Lambda Literary Award, for memoir. His poetry and prose have appeared in many major anthologies, including Best American Poetry1995 (Scribner, New York, 1995), Things Shaped in Passing: More "Poets for Life" Writing from the AIDS Pandemic (Persea, New York, 1996), Currents in the Dancing River: Contemporary Latino Fiction, Nonfiction, and Poetry (Harcourt Brace, New York, 1994), and Gay Men at the Millennium (Putnam, New York, 1997); and in numerous prominent periodicals, including Boston Review, Los Angeles Times, The Nation, New York Times Magazine, Paris Review, and the Washington Post Book World. He currently teaches and practices general internal medicine at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, where his medical practice serves mostly Latinos, GLBT people, and people with HIV infection. He is also on the faculty of the Lesley University Creative Writing MFA program. His work has been featured on the National Endowment for the Arts website and on National Public Radio. With the support of a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, he wrote Diva (Duke University Press, 1999), which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Paterson Poetry Prize, and Lambda Literary Awards for poetry. He is a recipient of the Annual Achievement Award from the National Hispanic Academy of Arts and Sciences and a Pushcart Prize, and he has served as Visiting Writer at Amherst College, George A. Miller Endowment Visiting Scholar at the University of Illinois, Champagne-Urbana and Fanny Hurst Visiting Poet at Brandeis University. Campo is also the recipient of an honorary Doctor of Literature degree from Amherst College. His collection of poetry, Landscape with Human Figure, was published in April 2002, and won the Gold Medal from ForeWord in poetry. In August of 2003, W.W. Norton published The Healing Art: A Doctor's Black Bag of Poetry, essays on poetry and healing. In May 2007, Duke University Press published his fifth book of poems, The Enemy, which won the Sheila Motton Book Prize from the New England Poetry Club, one of the nation’s oldest poetry organizations. In 2013, Campo’s collection, Alternative Medicine, was also published by Duke University Press.



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Rafael Campo




HEALTH
Rafael Campo



IATROGENIC
Rafael Campo  





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LABASTIDE-ESPARBAÏRENQUE, FRANCE
by Rhea Tregebov
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RANDOM
by Rhea Tregebov
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Rhea Tregebov’s seventh collection of poetry, All Souls’, was released by Signal Editions/Véhicule Press in 2012. Tregebov’s poetry has received the Pat Lowther Award, the Malahat Review Long Poem prize, Honorable Mention for the National Magazine Awards and the Readers’ Choice Award for Poetry from Prairie Schooner. Tregebov is also the author of an historical novel, The Knife-Sharpener’s Bell (Coteau 2009), which won the Segal Prize in literature and was shortlisted for the 2012 Kobzar Prize. In addition to her poetry and fiction, Tregebov has published five children’s picture books, including The Big Storm and Sasha and the Wiggly Tooth. She also has edited numerous anthologies, including a collection of translations from Yiddish, Arguing with the Storm: Stories by Yiddish Women Writers (Sumach Press, 2007; The Feminist Press CUNY, 2008). Tregebov is an Associate Professor in the Creative Writing Program at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.



FRANCE
Rhea Tregebov




RANDOM
Rhea Tregebov  





Squircle Line Press Steven Cramer Broadside

















LACKAWANNA
by Steven Cramer
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AFTER THE CHINESE
by Steven Cramer
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Steven Cramer is the author of five poetry collections: The Eye that Desires to Look Upward (1987), The World Book (1992), Dialogue for the Left and Right Hand (1997), Goodbye to the Orchard (2004), and Clangings (2012). Goodbye to the Orchard was named a 2005 Honor Book in Poetry by the Massachusetts Center for the Book and won the Sheila Motton Award from the New England Poetry Club. Recipient of fellowships from the Massachusetts Artists Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts, Cramer directs the Low-Residency MFA Program in Creative Writing at Lesley University in Cambridge. These poems first appeared in The Paris Review and AGNI Online.


LACKAWANNA
Steven Cramer




AFTER THE CHINESE
Steven Cramer


  



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A SKULL SECTIONED, C. 1489 
by Sylvia Legris
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COAGUABLY
by Sylvia Legris
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Sylvia Legris’ most recent publication is Pneumatic Antiphonal (2013), published by New Directions Publishing as part of their newly revived Poetry Pamphlet Series. She was the 2012 recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts’ Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award for outstanding achievement by a mid-career artist in writing and publishing. Her collection Nerve Squall (Coach House Books) won both the 2006 Griffin Poetry Prize and the 2006 Pat Lowther Award. Her other books are Iridium Seeds and Circuitry of Veins, both published by Winnipeg’s Turnstone Press. Legris’ writing has appeared widely in both US and Canadian journals, among them Conjunctions, New American Writing, The Capilano Review, and the Banff Centre for the Arts’ Boulder Pavement. Her work has recently appeared in the anthology The Arcadia Project: North American Postmodern Pastoral (Ahsahta Press, 2012), and is forthcoming in Best Canadian Poetry 2013 (Tightrope Books). 



A SKULL SECTIONED
Sylvia Legris

 


COAGUABLY
Sylvia Legris