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Fascinating to see how my “Translating Translating Apollinaire” poem evolves and reflects its environment — thanks to Chris Turnbull’s placing it along a stone boundary wall in a wooded area at the AgroForestry Centre in North Grenville, Ontario.

Watch three short videos as SURFACE TENSION is constructed by Phil Bardach at Coach House Books. These videos feature the gluing and trimming process and by the end – LOOK! – it’s a book! I’m so thrilled that SURFACE TENSION is coming into the world, deepest thanks to the entire team at Coach House. Please, order your copy today!

Digital artist “Elephant Zebra” has taken inspiration from several of my online works to create a series of eye-popping, brain-melting, remixes — have a look!

Every single page of LENS FLARE (co-written with Rhys Farrell). LENS FLARE remains available for purchase direct from Guillemot Press, or as a free PDF.

Order your copy of POSSIBLE GARDENS by Jaap Blonk. I was thrilled to write the afterword to this fabulous book, “Each possible garden is a harvest of sound and image, of script and performance, which asks the reader to be open to a new menu.”

Advanced Readers Copies of SURFACE TENSION! Click here for more info & pre-orders here…

Sal Nunchakov makes me stare out of a cranky old typewriter…

No press is proud to announce the publication of The Minute Review Vol. 2 #4. Each issue of The Minute Review focusses on reviews, responses and new examples of experimental poetry.

The Minute Review Vol. 2 #4 includes work by schulze-wollgast, Erica Baum, Rachel Smith, Sacha Archer, Greg Thomas, Luke Bradford, rob mclennan, Helen Hajnocky, Kevin Stebner, Donato Mancini, Jo Cook, Bucky Fleur, and the editor.

Copies are available for $5 (incl postage) by contacting Derek Beaulieu at derek@housepress.ca … the issue is also available as a free downloadable PDF.

“a deep exploration of creativity, ownership, community, transformation, collaboration, generosity, individual genius and the notion of self”: watch as Gary Barwin & I discuss generosity & creative practice in a video hosted by Periodicities