James Hart III

James Hart III lives in southwest Detroit. He has published the watchable book, a book of experimental prose (Weightless Language Press, 2003), white holes (Marick, 2006), and a chapbook, high-coup (Slack Buddha Press, 2010). His work has appeared in DispatchDoor Jamb Press, the Past Tents Press anthology, The Café Review, and elsewhere. An excerpt of his manuscript #113 appears in 6x6 (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2011), and an excerpt from #115 “the red book/ or stop” (a writing of complete-anagram fragments) appears with a theoretical introduction, at outofnothing.org .  A theoretical/poetic essay on “the new modernists (or the future of poetry),” is forthcoming from Dhake Poetry, an Israeli press. Hart is the director and editor of white print inc., a new avant-garde Detroit press dedicated to emerging and unknown writers, as well as the poetic history of “The Cass Corridor” and beyond. He curates the Woodward Line reading series, a nationally visible venue in its tenth year.