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Kickstarter + Futurepoem = You and Dana Ward Write a Poem Together

And that’s just one perk of contributing to Futurepoem through our new Kickstarter campaign.  You could also get Camille Roy to write a poem about the twisted dominion of behavior for your local police force.  Or have Alan Gilbert read … Continue reading

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Celebrate a Decade with Us

Futurepoem has been pushing literature forward for ten years now and y’all know we’re not slowing down.  Help us stoke the momentum with a little year-end kindling.  We won’t really burn your money, we’ll just turn it into triple-hott books … Continue reading

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Noel Black Responds to Camille Roy’s “Bleeding the Lizard”

I love that I have no idea what’s going on in much of Camille Roy’s Sherwood Forest because it has a body. It’s dislocation and disorientation with a body that the tongue can touch, but only while reading. Nothing much … Continue reading

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Lindsey Boldt Responds to Camille’s Roy’s Sherwood Forest

   

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R. Erica Doyle Responds to Camille Roy’s Sherwood Forest

You had me at rosy medallions.  Somehow the Book-of-the-Month club sent me Deep Down and I was hooked. I was pulling my scam of logging different names to get free books—it was the 90s and though I had three jobs … Continue reading

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Fred Schmalz Responds to Alan Gilbert’s “Transdermal express”

Seven thoughts on “Transdermal express” 1. These thoughts do not correspond to the seven sections of “Transdermal Express.” “This is the mixtape version of the mixtape” is one way of putting it. But so is “a living room.” So is … Continue reading

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Rod Smith Responds to Ara Shirinyan’s Your Country Is Great

Notes toward a Note on Your Country Is Great At the recent visit of Canadian poets to U Penn, after a talk on conceptualism by Jeff Derksen, following on a comment by Christian Bok, the poet-critic Chris Nealon made the … Continue reading

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Anne Boyer Responds to Ara Shirinyan’s Your Country Is Great

I spend a lot of time at a pharmacy which is also a bookstore and at which a prominent scholar tells me a global ethnomusicologist to whom I have for a long time only been very scarcely connected via the … Continue reading

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Stan Apps Responds to Ara Shirinyan’s “Grenada Is Great” and “Albania Is Great” and “Cameroon Is Great”

We all know the thesis sentence of our time:  It’s the 21st century, and everything is connected by the internet.  What else do you need to know? I heard that “everything is connected by internet” but the sad part is … Continue reading

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