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Four Poems by Eve Packer

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Four Poems by Eve Packer    

Michael Alan’s Solo Exhibition ‘9Lives’ at Galerie Tanja Grunert

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Michael Alan’s Solo Exhibition 9Lives at Galerie Tanja Grunert 524 West 19th Street, New York, New York 10011 between 10th and 11th Ave across from David Zwirner Gallery on Thursday, March 31 at 4 PM to 6PM

Idylls of Complicity by Carl Watson — review by Jim Feast

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Idylls of Complicity by Carl Watson   review by Jim Feast     Idylls of Complicity by Carl Watson (Author) Spuyten Duyvil (December 10, 2015) ISBN-10: 1941550754 ISBN-13: 978-1941550755 $16.00 US pbk | $21.62 CDN pbk | £10.60 UK pbk 242 pages, 5.1″ x 7.8″, Fiction     Carl Watson’s brilliant new novel, Idylls of Complicity, the second volume in a trilogy, has a lot to say about role playing. People play them: “Kathe was a neo-Marxist working in advertising …

STUDY (& Other Poems on Art) by Yuko Otomo — review by Mark McCawley

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STUDY (& Other Poems on Art) by Yuko Otomo   review by Mark McCawley     STUDY (& Other Poems on Art) by Yuko Otomo (Author) Ugly Duckling Presse (15 Nov 2013) ISBN-10: 193702718X ISBN-13: 978-1937027186 $18.00 US pbk | $18.00 CAN pbk | £15.72 UK pbk 288 pages, 5″ x 8″, Poetry     “tight-roping on memory & myth I am an acrobat who never learns how to make a balance   “Apollinaire!”   this will be my first …

Urban Graffiti Mix #19

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    An “in-your-face” R-rated avant-garde audio response to the increasingly fictive, overly-commodified, G-rated Disneyfication of contemporary fiction, poetry, music and spoken word. Old and new connect where Temporary Autonomous Zones cross and individual creativity bursts through. Wickedly naughty, angry, boisterous, tempestuous. A stiff middle finger to the status quo tendency towards insularity, as well as intellectual and creative censure of socially and culturally uncomfortable subject matter. A celebration of vibrantly transgressive independent musicians, poets, and writers.