Long after O’Hara died, O’Hara was still influencing, shaping, editing, Berkson. ...more
Tags: A Frank O’Hara Notebook, art world, Bill Berkson, book review, Constance M. Lewallen, Dean Rader, Frank O'Hara, Geoff Kaplan, Jackson Pollock, Jane Freilicher, Jordan Kantor, lunch poems, mentors, mentorship, MIT Press, new york school, no place press, painting, poetry, Rachel Churner, Ron Padgett
Literary events and readings in and around New York City this week!
Tags: Adam Haslett, Alexander Chee, Alexandra Bell, alexandra naughton, Angela Palm, Anne Fadiman, Avi Hoffman, Betty Ramble, Brittney Cooper, Cat Fitzpatrick, Chen Chen, Christine Smallwood, David Jelinik, Deva Woodly, Dorothy Baker, E.J. Koh, El Roy Red, Ellen Umansky, Emily Luan, Emma Smith-Stevens, hampton fancher, Hannah Lillith Assadi, Heikki Huotari, Ibram Kendi, Jamel Brinkley, Jane Wong, Jasmine Gibson, Jennifer Firestone, Joanna Hershon, joanna scutts, Kei Williams, Liz Olear, MC Hyland, Min Jin Lee, Miriam Hoffman, New York City, notable new york, Notable NYC, Oni Lem, Rachel Ingalls, Rajiv Mohabir, Ray Ferreira, Rebecca Brachman, rivka galchen, robert lopez, Ron Padgett
Amy Fusselman gathers four writer-artists working in the poetry comics genre to discuss the emerging form.
Tags: amy fusselman, bianca stone, Codex Seraphinianus, Comics, dadaism, Dale Pendell, How's Everything Going? Not Good, Ivan Brunetti, Joan Cornellà, Joe Brainard, Jon-Michael Frank, Julie Doucet, LSD, Luigi Serafini, Lynda Barry, Maren Karison, Marjane Satrapi, Middlemarch, ohio edit, oliver bendorf, Paul Kirchner, Persepolis, Pharmako Gnosis, poetry, poetry comics, Ron Padgett, Sebastian Matthews, Sherman Alexie, Sommer Browning, Temim Fruchter, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, The Bus, The Circle Book, visual art, ZAK SMITH
Count among your true friends people of various stations of life. Do not exclaim, “Isn’t technology wonderful!” Learn how to whistle at earsplitting volume. Still hunting for a good New Year’s resolution? No worries! Over at the Paris Review, Rumpus illustrator Jason Novak has endeavored to help you out with some visual inspiration, taking a […]
Writer and former US Army infantryman Colin D. Halloran on his new collection,
Icarian Flux, how he used experimental narrative to explore his life with PTSD, and why he doesn’t want to be known only as a “war poet.” ...more
Tags: 2012 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award, 9/11, A Fort of Nine Towers, Afghanistan, Anand Gopal, Andria Williams, ben fountain, Brian Turner, Chelsea Manning, Christian vs. Muslim, combat, Eliza Griswold, Gerardo Mena, good vs. evil, I Am the Beggar of the World, Icarian Flux, Icarus, Iraq, Jehanne Dubrow, Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya, katey schultz, leaks, Maurice Decaul, memoir, memoir-in-verse, military life, No Good Men Left Among the Living, Olivia Kate Cerrone, Phil Klay, poems, poetry, President Obama, PTSD, Qais Akbar Omar, Ron Padgett, Seamus Murphy, security, Shortly Thereafter, Sigfried Sassoon, Siobhan Fallon, Taliban, US Army infantryman, US vs. terrorists, us vs. them, v/a, veterans, violence against women, war, war writing, Wilfred Owen, Yusef Komunyakaa, Zbigniev Herbert
Andrew Field reviews Ron Padgett’s
Collected Poems today in Rumpus Poetry. ...more