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A great write up on An Uncommon Accord from Fiddler Crab Review, partially excerpted here. Visit the website to read the entire review. And thanks to this website dedicated to reviewing chapbooks. Kudos to Toadlily Press for this excellent idea! Each book in their Quartet Series includes four different poets, with sections consisting of (in [...]
A nice shout out from fellow small press editor/publishes Eileen Tabios on BY WAY OF at her blog: here’s my latest Relished W(h)ine List: BY WAY OF, four-chap collection of poems by Matthew Nienow, Emily Carr, Diana Woodcock and Diana Alvarez (I really like this publisher’s concept of four chaps in one book)
A great time was had by all at the Oct. 4, 2009 launch for BY WAY OF at the Katonah Museum of Art. Standing room only crowd. Books sold. Amazing poets and their poetry. Food enjoyed.
Blogger Diane Lockward has a great post, featured in excerpt below. Check out her blog BLOGALICIOUS for other great ideas. BY DIANE LOCKWARD The premise behind the article is that if you have a book with a small press and you want the book to be successful then you are going to have to work [...]
Join the poets and editors of Toadlily Press for the launch reading of BY WAY OF, the fifth book of the Quartet Series, to be held on Sunday October 4 at 6 PM at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, NY. BY WAY OF features Diana Alvarez of Northampton, MA; Emily Carr of Quincy, [...]
But what I really wanted to talk about was the sexual politics of meat. Carol J. Adams, are you listening? What I really wanted was for you (all of you) to think, together with me, about the sexual politics of meat. I want you together, thinking. Which is not the same as in agreement. Which [...]
Emily Carr writes On a Vancouver poetry panel at the June 2009 Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment Biennial Conference, Roger Farr talked about what, if anything, poetry might offer these “eco-terrorists” & whether it is possible for poetry to help recompose the environmental movement. Farr argued that avant-garde poetries are [...]
The sexual politics of meat is what I really want to talk about. Is what I have to refrain, at least until you know me better, from discussing at length. Is the subtext, the back story, the undertow running swift & strong underneath the poems in “the story will fix you it is there outside [...]