Category: New Work

Poetry: Susanne Dyckman

56.57 what looks like rest or thought is wait sitting on a wooden slat what looks like seeing is a world away my fixed pause the point, time — where or how to sleep       New York City

Poetry & Art: George Albon & Erik Waterkotte

George Albon’s Brief Capital of Disturbances has been blessed with some multidisciplinary offspring. Composer Mischa Salkind-Pearl has used it as a text in his piece “American Temple” (See the Omnidawn entry of April 6, 2009), and now artist Erik Waterkotte has…

Poetry: Jaime Robles

Under the earth —After x-rays taken of the Staffordshire hoard, Anglo Saxon Britain c. a.d. 700–800 like the wings of moths, outstretched crumpled stacked

Poetry: Ewa Chrusciel

Triangular Sketches N 1 I The drawing of foxes, the tentacles of earth. Whisper the cliffs. Pivot verticalities. Lumens. What Light admits. Let there be 4 & 6. Earth is air. News of luminous itineraries slide into shards, debris, annun…

Poetry: Orlando White

      c bent by page to form a sling, the clasp of pap- er enfolds thought into type-projectile. within word space it will be an edge weapon, carved from ink, an ogive of tone. it flits as a consonant presage by…

Poetry: Catherine Meng

THE WOODPECKER One leg of the dock is carried off by an unprecedented tide free-standing now, pronounces each syllable fluttering at the darkness’ edge to stanch the grief of one image is to create another in close proximity to convey…

Poetry: Jenny Drai

(from an untitled poem sequence) next to you so I can hear the laces of fact : but also emboldens to the western forest w/other : ‘you have your battalion & I’ve amassed my own’ : interrupted & interlaced :…

Poetry: Richard Meier

* A negative construct, the tree in the sun through a tree, the building in they built the building for its space, the space we can still see before exterior walls and windows and a roof. Is it a building…