The Sycamore Review paid someone for a poem. It cost them a quarter and the poem was written on a bar napkin. Sounds like a worthwhile trade.
Kent Johnson on The New British School
Publishing an e-version of your book? Prepare to be boarded.
I think this is a terrific way to get poetry out and recognized, and I think the grad student who’s worried about “branded advertising” needs to be careful or he’ll choke on his own sense of self-importance.
Typo 13 is available; here’s a sample from Carolyn Guinzio.
And finally, Ron Silliman on the baseball playoffs.