UbuWeb's Visual Poetry Archive →
UbuWeb’s new visual poetry archive has .pdfs of all issues of Poor.Old.Tired.Horse.
BUY NOW BUY NOW BUY NOW BUY NOW BUY NOW NEW CAR NOW NEW CAR NOW NEW CAR NOW YES...– from J.G. Ballard, ‘The Subliminal Man’
The absolute rule of thought is to return the world as we received it:...– from Jean Baudrillard, ‘Radical Thought’
David Underdown's 'Time Lines': Review
David Underdown / Time Lines £7.99 / Cinnamon Press / ISBN: 978-1-907090-38-7 Some of the poems in Time Lines can be found here, as well as recordings by the poet. As the title suggests, David Underdown’s debut collection Time Lines is focussed upon the theme of time & memory. Over the forty two neatly crafted poems, Underdown explores the universal milestones of life in man &...
Poetry by Emily Dickinson →
William Skidelsky on 'The True Price of... →
Veer About 2010-2011: Free PDF poetry journal →
Veer Books, the press linked to Birkbeck College, has a free PDF journal of experimental poetry: Veer About 2010-2011 has been specifically designed as an online PDF publication, with fully clickable contents page, and embedded video, audio and visual work, in addition to text. You can download it here.
Halfcircle Website →
Halfcircle has a new website from which you can order all three issues of the journal. There are also PDFs of numbers one & two (the latter I reviewed here).
Guttler, a very rich man too many avaricious, commonly he was travel at a horse,...– from English As She Is Spoke (1883), Pedro Carolino and José da Fonseca
Hamlet was a young man very nervous. He was always dressed in black because his...– from English as She Is Taught: Genuine Answers to Examination Questions in Our Public Schools (1887)
Ernie Lepore in the NY Times: Poetry, Medium and... →
Here is a question that has been confounding or even infuriating poets for eons. So what is your poem about?