Tuesday, September 08, 2020

newly posted at periodicities : a journal of poetry and poetics

new this month at periodicities : a journal of poetry and poetics:

Primitive Information Episode 2 : David Hadbawnik interviews Dorothy Chan ; Natalka Bilotserkivets : Three translations by Ali Kinsella and Dzvinia Orlowsky ; Ryan Pratt : Long Division, by Gil McElroy ; Jérôme Melançon : Fuck you, by Daniel Leblanc-Poirier ; Astra Papachristodoulou : Go past here time and again ; Kim Fahner : I know something you don’t know, by Amy LeBlanc ; Eileen R. Tabios : BROADWAY FOR PAUL, by Vincent Katz ; Geoffrey Nilson : Praise is not a shallow thing: poetry reviewing in late-capitalism ; Pete Smith : Three poems ; SJ Fowler : Adult Waste and Childish Wonder: On Writing Crayon Poems ; M.W. Jaeggle : Murmurations, by Annick MacAskill ; Shazia Hafiz Ramji : Poetry Is Like Prayer: An Interview with Zeeshan Pathan ; Stan Rogal : The Perfect Archive, by Paul Lisson ; Amanda Earl : Letter from Ottawa in the Form of A Roundtable Interview ; Ben Robinson : YOU CAN DO ANYTHING IN HAMILTON: Notes from The Dept. of Continuous Improvement ; Dale Tracy : On Trish Salah’s “interview” ; Stephen Brockwell : poem


* new poetry by Jamie Townsend, Isabella Wang, Hamish Ballantyne, Lloyd Wallace, Kate Hargreaves, Nicole McCarthy, Robert Rybicki (translationed from the Polish by Mark Tardi) and Sa’eed Tavana’ee Marvi (translated by Khashayar Mohammadi).
* reviews of work by Marie-Andrée Gill, Andy Verboom, rob mclennan, Jane Munro, Randy Lundy and Madeline Barnes.
* residency reports by Pearl Pirie and Pamela Hart.
* a folio of British poets by SJ Fowler, and a memorial folio for Joe Blades

periodicities seeks submissions of previously unpublished poetry-related reviews, interviews and essays. Please send submissions as .doc with author biography to periodicityjournal@gmail.com

For the time being, submissions of previously unpublished poetry will be by solicitation-only, with the exception of translated works (which you should very much send along).

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