Charles Bernstein

Amy Sillman's "Some Problems in Philosophy"

Amy Sillman is an artist living in Bro0klyn. She teaches at Bard's Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, where she is co-chair of Painting. She is represented by Sikkema Jenkins.

TLS's J. C.. on "Attack of the Difficult Poems"

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 On April 8 and 15, J.C. in his NB column in the TLS took up one of the keynote essays in Attack of the Difficult Poems, “Against National Poetry Month as Such.”

Susan Bee: Recalculating -- New Paintings

at A.I.R. in Brooklyn, opens 5/26

May 25-June 19, 2011
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 26, 6-8 pm
A.I.R. Gallery, 111 Front Street, #228, in DUMBO, Brooklyn
GALLERY HOURS: Wed-Sun, 11AM - 6PM

Digital preview:
thirty-seven new paintings now on-line

E-Poetry [ 2011 ] : International Digital Language | Media | Arts Festival

SUNY-Buffalo

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TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL
May 18-21, 2011 festival website
program PDF (Draft)participants

poster: Charles Bernstein / Loss Pequeño Glazier, "Two Birds with One Stone"

Elizabeth Willis, five poems from "Address"

New from Wesleyan University Press

cover Address

At Sybil, the English portal of Sibila: Five poems from Willis's  Address: "How about," "Address," "Take This Poem," "A Species Is an Idea," "In Strength Sweetness," and "Witches." Address is a stunning book. There is a directness of social address in these poems that is powerful, haunting, ironic, and structurally perspicacious.

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