Poetry: Liz Waldner

* Lacustrine and Midrash This is what kind of sweet life I have had: Someone wrote to me: what a shame it is your love of life should be pulled into its best channels by a lady radio and I…

ANNOUNCEMENTS!

* FOR THOSE IN THE DALLAS, TX AREA Prick of the Spindle, an online journal of the literary arts, hosts its first poetry/short fiction reading in Dallas, TX Saturday, July 12 at 1 p.m. It’s not too late to sign…

Poetry: Brenda Iijima

* SHORN OF ITS HABITAT as if a final descent                                          HABITUATION RABBIT the primeval swamp the common herd the crowded giant suns                                    HOVERS THE NORM the many questions posed the many species written off the most helpful people in…

Video: Donald Revell plus A NEW CONTEST!

* Embedded is a 7-minute video of Donald Revell reading from his translation of Arthur Rimbaud’s A Season in Hell. This reading (9/20/07), hosted by Steve Dickison and the San Francisco State Poetry Center in conjunction with Omnidawn, was held…

Poetry: Nick Moudry

* Still-life I think love is not this flower.You sing at night through our teeth.Our mouths do not move. If I wanta pumpkin, I will have a pumpkin. It is raining. You are not wetbecause you are inside. Looking upyou…

READING TONIGHT: AARON SHURIN in BERKELEY

* * Come to Moe’s Bookstore in Berkeley tonight at 7:30 to celebrate the release of Aaron Shurin’s new book KING OF SHADOWS, just out from City Lights. From the City Lights Book Page: King of Shadows is a collection…

READING TONIGHT!

* The (New) Reading Series at 21 GrandSunday the 15th of June in the year Two Thousand Eightwww.newyipes.blogspot.com Brent Cunningham and Gina Myers LIVE! // 6:30PM 21 Grand416 25th StOakland CA 94612 $3–$infinity sliding scaleGINA MYERS currently lives in Saginaw,…

Poetry: Gillian Conoley

* Welcome to Omnidawn Blog’s first Poetry Feature! Rather than be a forum for only Omnidawn authors, we see this as an opportunity to highlight the work of other writers we admire too.This week you will find work featured by…