Sunday, April 17, 2016


Something on Paper, Issue 3

Something on Paper is a peer-reviewed multimedia journal of poetics and literary scholarship affiliated with the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University.  Submission information for future issues is available here.

Issue 3 features:

  • Lisa Jarnot on the work and legacy of Anselm Hollo
  • Dorothy Wang, Forms of Poetic Difficulty, given as the Leslie Scalapino Lecture in Innovative Poetics

  • Kevin Killian in conversation with Caroline Swanson
  • Laura McCullough in conversation with Jennifer Van Alstyne
  • Sewing is Writing is Body is Sewing, featuring pieces by Jill Magi, Rachel May, Elena Berriolo, and Jan Johnson

  • Teresa Carmody, Loser Art and Other Queers
  • Jill Darling, Narrative Perversion: Beverly Dahlen's 'A Reading'
  • Richard Froude, First Maps of Stars and Missing Persons (On Lineage)
  • Miranda Mellis, Autobiology
  • Jai Arun Ravine,นิดน้อย: Practical Vocabulary for Little Bilingual Dreamers
  • Andrea Rexilius, Mapping a Definition of Objectivism
  • Matt Wedlock, Index of Sounds 
Book Reviews
  • Tyler Lyman reviews Bugle by Tod Marshall
  • Matt Pincus reviews The Racial Imaginary: Writers on Race in the Life of the Mind, edited by Claudia Rankine, Beth Loffreda, and Max King Cap
  • Caroline Swanson reviews Curationism / How Curating Took Over the Art World and Everything Else by David Balzer
  • Cait Turner reviews Patter by Douglas Kearney
  • Jennifer Van Alstyne reviews Nobody Home: Writing, Buddhism, and Living in Places by Gary Snyder and Julia Martin
  • Karolina Zapal reviews Seven by Anselm Hollo 

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