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Rachel Levitsky Responds to Frances Richard’s Anarch.

Dear Anarch, Hi. I’m struggling today. I am trying to make sense of Sandy for a poem that I was commissioned to write. It was silly of me to say yes because poetry dear anarch, is something I have foolishly … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing: Frances Richard

We have Futurepoem author Frances Richard with her entry in the self-interview for authors with forthcoming publications, The Next Big Thing. In her case, she’s talking about her new book, Anarch., just recently published from Futurepoem. Buy the book, here, and check … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing: Rachel Levitsky

In a quick break from our “Satellite Reception” posts, we have Futurepoem author Rachel Levitsky with her entry in the growing, viral self-interview for authors with forthcoming publications, The Next Big Thing. In her case, she’s talking about her new … Continue reading

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Satellite Reception: Tyler Flynn Dorholt’s “Transdermal Express”

Up first in this series collecting some of the performances and films from our most recent installment of Futurepoem Presents is Tyler Flynn Dorholt, who shot and edited a short film, “Transdermal Express,” based off of the work of Futurepoem … Continue reading

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Satellite Reception: Notes from Alan Gilbert’s Antenna Fields

On January 4th, Futurepoem, in collaboration with The Poetry Project, presented a celebration of the poetry and poetics of Alan Gilbert’s Late in the Antenna Fields. With this event, we wanted to arrange an immediate chronology of sorts with the influences and … Continue reading

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Dorothea Lasky Responds to Jon Leon’s The Malady of the Century

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Ben Fama Responds to Jon Leon’s The Malady of the Century

I first learned about Jon Leon’s work after receiving a “black market” copy of Hit Wave … sent to me by an acquaintance who had scanned it to .pdf during after hours at their white-collar office job (Wiley Publishing, if … Continue reading

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