Wednesday, June 18, 2008

An Alphabet for Orono (Part 2)

NEW NARRATIVE’S reasons for choosing not to be ‘70s poetry

Peter O’LEARY assembling convincing wardrobes around Gatsbyesque “boater”

POETRY or penis size: Does it really matter?” (Bernadette Mayer's occasional poem for Orono)

QUEERING the ‘70s avant-garde as gay code with Eileen Myles

Kit ROBINSON reading his and Ted Greenwald’s sestinas fresh off the laptop

Lytle SHAW coining “groupness”

Robin TREMBLAY-McGAW reading New Narrative against the New Sentence with no less than eight of the players in the room

UNDERSTANDING “ditzy” vs. “smart, disjunctive” feminism in Dodie Bellamy’s witty, warmhearted memoir of The Feminist Writers’ Guild

VOCABULARY Gatha for Peter Rose” as set into motion by Patrick Durgin


“X” handled more skillfully than this by Jonathan Skinner in his alphabet intro for Bernadette Mayer

YOU can read it on ThoughtMesh

Steven “Endless Invention” ZULTANSKI cross-legged at Open Reading reading Open Reading Poem I’ll Probably Remember Best

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