Wednesday, September 02, 2020

new from above/ground press: Babineau, Melançon + G U E S T [a journal of guest editors], ed. Jim Johnstone,

G U E S T [a journal of guest editors] #12 : guest-edited by Jim Johnstone
with new writing by M. Travis Lane, Tess Liem, Matthew Zapruder, bill bissett, Tracy Wai de Boer, Téa Mutonji, Roxanna Bennett, Diane Seuss, Eduardo C. Corral, Triny Finlay, Douglas Walbourne-Gough, Kirby, Sandra Simonds and Conor Mc Donnell
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Jérôme Melançon
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Nurse Sing Home
Kemeny Babineau
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published in Ottawa by above/ground press
August 2020
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Forthcoming chapbooks by Ava Hofmann, Sa’eed Tavana’ee Marvi (trans. Khashayar Mohammadi), katie o'brien, Nathanael O’Reilly, Amelia Does, Andrew Brenza, Genevieve Kaplan, Geoffrey Olsen, Billy Mavreas, ryan fitzpatrick, Paul Perry, Sarah Burgoyne and Susan Burgoyne, Julia Drescher, Franco Cortese, Zane Koss, Dennis Cooley and Barry McKinnon, as well as the latest issue of Touch the Donkey [a small poetry journal] and forthcoming issues of G U E S T [a journal of guest editors] to be guest-edited by Karen Schindler (#13) and Michael Sikkema (#14)! And above/ground is even announcing a new project this month! And you're keeping an eye on the above/ground press extension, periodicities: a journal of poetry and poetics, yes?

And 2021 subscriptions (our 28th year!) will be announced very soon! [although the prices will be the same as 2020, so if you wish to subscribe starting now for 2021, you could totally do that. I mean, if you wanted. like, that would be okay with me. we could even start now! I mean, if you wanted.]

Stay safe where you are! Wash your hands! And do not be disheartened! We will get through this.

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