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I’m starting a new small press, A Wanton Text Production, which I hope will champion a radically new literature–or, perhaps, non-literature as it were. You are encouraged to submit your work. I have no funding. As I’ve said before, I’m just a middle-aged burnout without an academic/publishing network (we know who they are). It’s a one-man show, folks, just like my lit rag. Therefore, I will use print on demand to publish your work. I […]
In my previous post, I explained what I believe is a way to bring two schools of poetry together. Why it should matter, I have no idea. Honestly, I don’t care. I mean, yes, I am amused by how both sides take it so seriously–but, in the end, it’s all a bunch of palaver and bull-hockey, et.al. People try to direct a trend or tendency into a movement or school of thought in order to […]
I’ll be honest: I much prefer lyricism in poetry than what’s in vogue at the present. We’ve seen it all over. Deracinated, denuded verse. Poetry that reads like prose (the “prose poem”). There’s also the stuff influenced by the L-A-N-G-U-A-G-E poets. What these sub-genres have in common is they don’t swing or sing—at least to me. There’s nothing wrong with that—it’s just another approach, as valid as epic poetry or flarf. However, a lot of […]
Over the centuries, literary narrative, as we have understood it, has been built primarily on text. However one wishes to organize narrative—whether through standard linearity or a willy-nilly approach—words/language have been at the forefront of our storytelling apparatus. Even the most experimental writers have stuck to that tried-and-true formula. The only break (I am aware of) with this well-worn paradigm is the so-called graphic novel (full-length comic book), whose narrative develops through both textual and […]