Monthly Archives: August 2010
By Kathleen | Published: August 19, 2010
…and he’ll blurb yours too, in 24 hours. Or less. See? Here’s what he said about For You, For You I Am Trilling These Songs, approximately 36 minutes after I sent it to him: “This book offers a firsthand account of the Brazilian experience. It quickly emerges as something more, however. Something well-researched and fascinating. [...]
By Kathleen | Published: August 16, 2010
…gave me the chance to answer a bunch of questions about Weldon Kees, and about my own Robinson poems, a chapbook of which is coming out this fall from Greying Ghost Press. See? Thanks, Johnathon.
By Kathleen | Published: August 14, 2010
Last night at the Hideout, Another Chicago Magazine, Artifice Magazine, and Requited combined their local literary journal forces to put on the CHICAGO TRANSLATION: Lit, Music, and Dance Party. Amanda Marbais… …and Rebekah Silverman cohosted: Then I read as the primary reader… …James Tadd Adcox read as the secondary reader… …Kristin Orser read as the [...]
By Kathleen | Published: August 9, 2010
Rose Metal Press just published our 10th book to date! Mary Hamilton’s Fourth Annual Short Short Contest-winning chapbook We Know What We Are! Selected by Dinty W. Moore and pictured here in front of a fan in my apartment because it’s so hot-off-the-presses: Add to cart!
By Kathleen | Published: August 2, 2010
..was the theme of this year’s Printers’ Ball. To illustrate just one of the myriad ways that this love can be expressed, Switchback Books teamed up with a bunch of independent filmmakers to create a bunch of short films interpreting poems from books in the Switchback catalog, including Oneiromance (an epithalamion), interpreted brilliantly by one [...]