As A Miner
Ann Stephenson's chapbooks include Adventure Club (Insurance Editions) and Wirework (Tent Editions). This fall she will be publishing Carol Szamatowicz's chapbook, Kit Carson. Some recent poems have appeared in Across the Margin, Ladowich and The Recluse as well as the anthology Like Musical Instruments: 83 Contemporary American Poets by John Sarsgard and Larry Fagin (Broadstone Books). She was born and raised in Georgia and lives and works in New York City.
Leidy Churchman with Louis Block
MARCH 2023 | Art
In the lead up to Churchman’s first show of monotypes at Matthew Marks, I visited their studio in Tribeca. Surrounded by paintings in progress, notably a giant diagram of a black hole, we sat down for an interview.
A Selection of Drain PoemsBy Ken L. Walker
MAY 2022 | Poetry
Ken L. Walker has published two chapbooksAntworten (translations of Georg Herwegh from Greying Ghost) and Twenty Glasses of Water from Diez. He has poems and translations in Boston Review, Tammy, Seattle Review, Atlas Review, and ANMLY. His prose and reviews can be found in The Poetry Project Newsletter, Hyperallergic, and Diagram. He holds an MFA from Brooklyn College, works in advertising, and spends the rest of his time documenting drains.
ThreeBy Barrett White
SEPT 2022 | Poetry
Barrett White edits Tagvverk. Recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Diagram, Nomaterialism, P-Queue, bæst, and elsewhere. Other writing can be found in places such as the Action Books blog, Social Text, Full Stop, and FLAT.
from Revolutionary LettersBy Diane di Prima
NOV 2021 | Poetry
Diane di Prima authored 27 volumes of poetry, including Revolutionary Letters, which has just been published in a new and expanded edition on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the original, returning the book to City Lights’ Pocket Poets Series. The poems published here are among the 18 new poems published in the new edition.