10 May, 2010

Summer Reading?

(I've had a pile of books growing all through the spring, during which time I've had very little time to read. Most of these were published within the past year. Here is the list of books I am fantasizing about reading this summer.)

Books

Mani Rao, Ghostmasters (Chameleon Press)
Rachel Levitsky, Neighbor (Ugly Duckling Presse)
Jamie Ross, Vinland (Four Way Books)
Jaime Robles, Anime, Animus, Anima (Shearsman Books)
Louise Mathias, Above All Else, the Trembling Resembles a Forest (Burnside Review Press)
Timothy Liu, Bending the Mind Around the Dream's Blown Fuse (Talisman House)
Catherine Strisik, Thousand-Cricket Song (Plain View Press)
Marcella Durand, Area (Belladonna Books)
Craig Santos Perez, from unincorporated territory [saina] (Omnidawn Publishing)
David Hinton, Fossil Sky (Archipelago Books)
Brenda Ijima, revv. you'll-ution (Displaced Press)
Tan Lin, Seven Controlled Vocabularies and Obituary 2004. The Joy of Cooking (Wesleyan)
Jonathan Skinner, With Naked Foot (Little Scratch Pad Press)
Eugene Marten, Firework (Tyrant Books)
Brian Evenson, Baby Leg (Tyrant Books)
Tom Thompson, The Pitch (Alice James Books)
Sawako Nakayasu, Texture Notes (Letter Machine Editions)
Shya Scanlon, In this alone impulse (Noemi Press)
Evan Lavender-Smith, From Old Notebooks (BlazeVox)
Travis Nichols, Iowa (Letter Machine Editions)
Elizabeth Marie Young, Aim Straight at the Fountain and Press Vaporize (Fence Books)
kari edwards, Bharat jiva (Belladonna Books & Litmus Press)
Carmen Giménez Smith, Glitch (Eavesdrop Publications)
Catherine Kasper, Notes from the Committee (Noemi Press)
Jen Hofer, 13 things I would photograph for you if I could
Sheila Heti, A Marriage Pamphlet by Marie Stopes

Journals
Abraham Lincoln
9 (No. 5, Summer/Fall 2009), Salt Hill (No. 24), Lana Turner (No. 2), Rio Grande Review (No. 34, Fall 2009), Coldfront Yearbook 2009: A Study of Contemporary Poetry and Lyricism, Puerto del Sol (Vol. 45, Issue 1, Spring 2010), The Tusculum Review (Vol. 6), Jubilat (Vols. 16 and 17), Semites (Vol. א), Denver Quarterly, Sidebrow, Conjunctions, Eleven Eleven, Tantalum, Chicago Review, and Make.

I'm excited by samples I read from Alan Gilbert's forthcoming Late in the Antenna Fields (Futurepoem) and Patrick Madden's Quotidiana (Nebraska).

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