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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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Fred Schmalz Responds to Frances Richard’s “Universally Accepted Definition”

In Part ii. of “Universally Accepted Definition,” Frances Richard reveals the poem’s conceit in a question: “Is this a landscape or a portrait?” There is also an implied question throughout: what are the social functions of our languages, the conditions … Continue reading

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Nick Sturm Responds to Frances Richard’s “Tiny Microphone”

Frances Richard’s “Tiny Microphone” begins with an echo (she speaks into the mic) of Eliot’s Four Quartets, “then I said to my soul,” followed by significant white space and, amid the silence, a chain of 45 commas, followed by more … Continue reading

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erica lewis Responds to Frances Richard’s Anarch.

The following is an excerpt from a larger conversation between Anarch. and erica lewis’s own the precipice of jupiter (P-Queue/Queue Books, 2009), translated graphically, where the larger text indicates language from Anarch. and the smaller text language from jupiter.

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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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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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