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When I get a rejection sometimes

When I get a rejection sometimes

(Source: jaimegreen.net, via therumpus)

I’ll be participating in this super exciting Open Press event in Los Angeles, October 11 & 12, noon-3PM and 4-7PM each day. Info below.RSVP for addresses at laliterature@gmail.com
Open Press is a medium to extend the work of the writer, editor, and curator, to instigate new channels of reciprocity among those interested and engaged in what might constitute the literary at any given time. Over the course of two days, Open Press 2014 will feature roundtables, readings, panels, performances, a moveable book fair, and more in four “at home” locations across the Los Angeles area.The idea of Open Press is to host a series of events (roundtables, readings, panels, performances, a moveable book fair, and more) on-site at each of our homes or headquarters. The co-curators (eohippus labs, Insert Blanc Press, Les Figues Press and the Poetic Research Bureau) have invited one or more literary projects they admire to participate in these panels, readings, etc. We wish to transform our homes (or headquarters) into temporary public sites where literary practices can be discussed and engaged.  In other words, Open Press will be a kind of literary moveable feast, in which we travel to four different sites over the course of two days in Los Angeles, CA. HOSTS: Les Figues Press, The Poetic Research Bureau, eohippus labs & Insert Blanc Press.GUEST PRESSES AND PROJECTS: Counterpath Press, Ricochet Editions, Writ Large Press, The Song Cave, ypolita press, Entropy, Copilot Press, Anomalous Press, Gauss PDF and Phoneme Media.PEOPLE: Tim Roberts, Diana Arterian, Chiwan Choi, Teresa Carmody, Andrea Quaid, Andrew Maxwell, Joseph Mosconi, Ara Shirinyan, Todd Colby, Jane Gregory, Graham Foust, Amanda Ackerman, Carrie Hunter, Janice Lee, Stephanie Sauer, Erica Mena, Harold Abramowitz, Mathew Timmons, J. Gordon Faylor, David Shook, Andrew Choate, Jay Erker, William Moor, Feliz Lucia Molina, Emily Hunt & Jen Lagendrost.

I’ll be participating in this super exciting Open Press event in Los Angeles, October 11 & 12, noon-3PM and 4-7PM each day. Info below.
RSVP for addresses at laliterature@gmail.com

Open Press is a medium to extend the work of the writer, editor, and curator, to instigate new channels of reciprocity among those interested and engaged in what might constitute the literary at any given time. Over the course of two days, Open Press 2014 will feature roundtables, readings, panels, performances, a moveable book fair, and more in four “at home” locations across the Los Angeles area.

The idea of Open Press is to host a series of events (roundtables, readings, panels, performances, a moveable book fair, and more) on-site at each of our homes or headquarters. The co-curators (eohippus labs, Insert Blanc Press, Les Figues Press and the Poetic Research Bureau) have invited one or more literary projects they admire to participate in these panels, readings, etc.

We wish to transform our homes (or headquarters) into temporary public sites where literary practices can be discussed and engaged.  In other words, Open Press will be a kind of literary moveable feast, in which we travel to four different sites over the course of two days in Los Angeles, CA.
HOSTS: Les Figues Press, The Poetic Research Bureau, eohippus labs & Insert Blanc Press.

GUEST PRESSES AND PROJECTS: Counterpath Press, Ricochet Editions, Writ Large Press, The Song Cave, ypolita press, Entropy, Copilot Press, Anomalous Press, Gauss PDF and Phoneme Media.

PEOPLE: Tim Roberts, Diana Arterian, Chiwan Choi, Teresa Carmody, Andrea Quaid, Andrew Maxwell, Joseph Mosconi, Ara Shirinyan, Todd Colby, Jane Gregory, Graham Foust, Amanda Ackerman, Carrie Hunter, Janice Lee, Stephanie Sauer, Erica Mena, Harold Abramowitz, Mathew Timmons, J. Gordon Faylor, David Shook, Andrew Choate, Jay Erker, William Moor, Feliz Lucia Molina, Emily Hunt & Jen Lagendrost.

arrestedliterature:

Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf 

arrestedliterature:

Mrs. Dalloway by Virginia Woolf 

Earlier this week, Sophia Katz posted a piece on Medium detailing her experience of being repeatedly sexually assaulted by an alt-lit editor and writer, identified as ‘Stan.’ Her writing was honest and deeply affecting – explaining in excruciating detail that rape doesn’t have to be spectacular to be very real, very violent, and very devastating.

Important article in HTMLGIANT. I’m glad they’re stepping up their feminist game, calling sexual predators and journalists out on their shit.

Some photos from the latest ENTER>text event. I love this pic of Kate Durbin as a mermaid touching a drone so, so much.

More photos of event by Mark S. Bernal here.

From person I deeply admire and hardly know. It’s ok to freak out a little right? Right.

From person I deeply admire and hardly know. It’s ok to freak out a little right? Right.

Full audio of my reading with J. Hope Stein and Christine Kanownik at Berl’s! Jared White gave wonderful intros. J. Hope and Christine rocked it. If you’ve got 45 minutes, listen up.

"In order to be free enough, you have to love deep enough."

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An Interview with Cornel West

…you’re loving them because you can’t hate folks, no matter what color they are, but you hate the injustice. Hate their deeds, but you don’t have to hate them. You can never trump somebody’s possibility. People can change. If you hate someone so intensely, you freeze them for that moment. 

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On point, as always.

Full recording of my reading at Berl’s with Christine Kanownik and J. Hope Stein — both were totally fabulous. Jared White’s introductions were equally lovely.

Finally got this beaut framed! Homer inspects. 

Finally got this beaut framed! Homer inspects. 

uglyducklingpresse:

Diana Arterian reading last night at Berl’s Poetry Shop in Brooklyn. 

Photo by Dan Magers!

uglyducklingpresse:

Diana Arterian reading last night at Berl’s Poetry Shop in Brooklyn. 

Photo by Dan Magers!

Excited to be reading with Christine Kanownik and J. Hope Stein at Berl’s on September 18! Come one, come all.Bios:Diana Arterian was born and raised in Arizona. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she is pursuing her PhD in Literature & Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Diana is a Poetry Editor at Noemi Press, and a Managing Editor and founding member of Ricochet. She is the author of Death Centos (Ugly Duckling Presse), and her poetry and translation have appeared in Aufgabe, Black Warrior Review, Circumference, DIAGRAM, eleven eleven, Salt Hill, Two Serious Ladies, and The Volta, among others.Christine Kanownik’s work can be found on: The Huffington Post, jubilat, Lungfull! Magazine, MOTHERBOARD, and H_NGM_N. Her chapbook, We are Now Beginning to Act Wildly, was published by Diez Press. She is the co-founder and editor of Electric Pumas.J. Hope Stein is the author of the chapbooks Talking Doll (Dancing Girl Press), Mary (Hyacinth Girl Press) and Corner Office (H_ngm_n). Her poems are published or forthcoming in Verse, HTML Giant, Tarpaulin Sky, Everyday Genius, Ping Pong, Talisman, and Poetry International. She is also the editor of poetrycrush.com and the author of the poetry/humor site eecattings.com.

Excited to be reading with Christine Kanownik and J. Hope Stein at Berl’s on September 18! Come one, come all.

Bios:
Diana Arterian was born and raised in Arizona. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she is pursuing her PhD in Literature & Creative Writing at the University of Southern California. Diana is a Poetry Editor at Noemi Press, and a Managing Editor and founding member of Ricochet. She is the author of Death Centos (Ugly Duckling Presse), and her poetry and translation have appeared in Aufgabe, Black Warrior Review, Circumference, DIAGRAM, eleven eleven, Salt Hill, Two Serious Ladies, and The Volta, among others.

Christine Kanownik’s work can be found on: The Huffington Post, jubilat, Lungfull! Magazine, MOTHERBOARD, and H_NGM_N. Her chapbook, We are Now Beginning to Act Wildly, was published by Diez Press. She is the co-founder and editor of Electric Pumas.

J. Hope Stein is the author of the chapbooks Talking Doll (Dancing Girl Press), Mary (Hyacinth Girl Press) and Corner Office (H_ngm_n). Her poems are published or forthcoming in Verse, HTML Giant, Tarpaulin Sky, Everyday Genius, Ping Pong, Talisman, and Poetry International. She is also the editor of poetrycrush.com and the author of the poetry/humor site eecattings.com.

Paterson!

Paterson!

Shane McCrae’s Forgiveness Forgiveness. Those last 7 lines…

Shane McCrae’s Forgiveness Forgiveness. Those last 7 lines…

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