Four Cities by Kazim Ali
Luminal Equation by Maureen Alsop
House by Sommer Browning
Into the Eyes of Lost Storms by Karla Kelsey
Sycorax's Retinue by Laura Goode
You do damage by Kate Schapira
Yellowcake by Jared White
180 pages, hand-sewn in signatures, screen-printed cover, limited edition of 100
If you got a copy of Narwhal with smearing cover ink, we'll be happy to send you a replacement copy, as we've solved the ink issue.
To better keep up with demand, we will no longer offer the Cannibal Books 2009 Subscription after April 1, 2009. Thanks to those of you who have already ordered or subscribed.
Monday, March 9, 2009
...and their animals...and heart that's bruised but unbeaten and beating like a drum (for you Nick Cave fans out there).
Here's the latest email from Cannibal Books. When I start balling again, I'll start buying again. In the meantime, support and fix your chapbook-junkie soul:
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Poetry Called An Experience Offered to Others Wednesday, April 25, 2007 7:55 AM By Bill Eichenberger THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH At the tender ag...
It's William Wordsworth's birthday! 236, and doesn't look a day over 39! In honor of him, I'll be spending the afternoon wa...
As if there wasn't enough to do at AWP, if you were planning on stalking me, here are the evening gigs I'm all over: Thursday Night,...
Like, really cold. For surely. It was -24 wind chill this morning. Hung around 8ish for the day. It's 1 degree again. Kelvin. Speak...
Hello! Not so much blogging happening because all the work's been going into CooperDillon.com Head on over and check things out. We...
Ravi Shankar has an essay over at Contemporary Poetry Review . This is exactly the kind of writing I'd like to see more of out there. ...
Nate Pritts is interviewed over at Bookslut . Check out the whole piece where he gets into some nitty-gritty about The Wonderfull Yeare . C...
It's been one year and a day since I arrived in San Diego after three years of living in Illinois, and a few months stumbling around all...
Pablo Neruda would be 103 today. Here's one of my favorites by him: Ode to Things I have a crazy, crazy love of things. I like pliers, ...
Jill Alexander Essbaum is featured in the December edition of the Poetry Magazine Podcast . Tune in around the 9th minute to hear her read...