We’re very happy to have excerpts from Amanda Nadelberg’s There Have Been Some Days I Didn’t Know Your Name, a long poem in progress. You can find them here, here, and here. You can click here for her previous contributions to the CultSoc. Amanda Nadelberg is the author of Songs from a Mountain (2016), Bright Brave Phenomena (2012), and Isa the Truck Named Isadore (2006).
Poems from Amanda Nadelberg
Poems from Peter O’Leary
It’s been nearly a year since we’ve published new work here at the site and, frankly, we’re happy to draw that stretch to a close. We have for you, then, four new poems from Peter’O’Leary (pictured above, photo by David Pavelich): “Thirteenth Amanita Ode Ethnomycology and Image,” “Sixteenth Amanita Ode Kabiroi,” “The Daughter of Night,” and “A Few Rhymes Out of Milton.”
These poems inaugurate a shift in policy here at the CultSoc website, according to which we’ll be posting smaller updates with greater frequency, featuring work by single contributors.
National Poetry Month Posts
Hello again! This is a heads-up to keep an eye on our Instagram, twitter, and other social feeds: we’re celebrating National Poetry Month with daily views of our own publications as well as some guest spots from contributors and poets we’ve published over the last 15 years. Thanks again for your support.
It Might As Well Be Spring
In celebration of seasonal change, we’ve got a wonderful and sizable update for you this round. There’s work from Dan Beachy-Quick, Wes Benson, Derrick Buisch, Jon Curley, Paul Ebenkamp, Norman Finkelstein, Tom Fisher, Whit Griffin, Michael Heller, Joseph Massey, Alexandra Mattraw, Amanda Nadelberg, Peter O’Leary, Gregory Ott, Mark Scroggins, Sandra Simonds, Chuck Stebelton, Steven Toussaint, and Sarah Walcott.
Have a look around. It’s like walking down a strange new street, hearing words you’ve never never heard from a poet you’ve yet to meet.1
Worth looking into elsewhere:
Jon Curley interview with Eric Hoffman at the Conversant
Ronald Johnson’s ARK, edited by Peter O’Leary, was a 2014 Pegasus Award Finalist
Records Ruin the Landscape: John Cage, the Sixties, and Sound Recording, by David Grubbs
is now available
Shoutage: (v); Cody; Magpies; EL/JP/RMP; DO’D.s; z./S./J./H.; PBNY + N. + Toni B.; LaChimas (Lone Star); Princes; NJUK; S.W./D.T.B.; Team WORD; Moribidnia; Midwestern Alliance; McK (Franklin); Team B≥; family, collaborators, key players, and you.
Lyrics adapted, of course, to suit our current purpose.↩
Hello again! First of all, this update brings poems from Robert Archambeau, Wes Benson, Brooklyn Copeland, S.M. Fattig, Norman Finkelstein, Graham Foust, Logan Fry, Ross Hair, Michael Heller, Matthew Henriksen, Tim Keane, Andrew Lundwall, Christopher Martin, Patrick Morrissey, Peter O’Leary, David Pavelich, Douglas Piccinnini, Pam Rehm, Dan Rosenberg, Moxie Schults, Mark Scroggins, and Mike Sikkema, plus some studio and work notations from Derrick Buisch. It’s a lot of work to take in but you can do it. We believe in you!
In other news, we’ve published three books this year: Peter O’Leary’s Phosphorescence of Thought (which you can read about here), Shannon Tharp’s Vertigo in Spring (which has received nice mention and attention here and here), and Whit Griffin’s A Far-Shining Crystal. You should buy them and make your reading life a better one. Our final book for 2013 is Michael Autrey’s Our Fear, which is now available for pre-order. You should buy that one, too.
Some of our contributors have had work published elsewhere since our last update:
The Poet Resigns, Robert Archambeau
Interview with Michael Heller, Jon Curley
Burial, by Claire Donato
Gradually the World: New and Selected Poems, 1982-2013, Burt Kimmelman
First Ayres, by Steven Manuel
Thaw Compass, Joseph Massey
Hold It Down, by Gina Meyers (scroll down a bit)
Companion Grasses, by Brian Teare
Shoutliness: Argos; Gordon W.; JCNY/HA; Cody; EL/JP/RMP; (v); DO’D.s; PBNY + N. + Toni B.; Magpies; z./S./J./H.; Princes; NJUK; S.W./D.T.B.; Team WORD; LaChimas (Lone Star); Moribidnia; Midwestern Alliance; McK (Franklin); Team B≥; and you.
Whit Griffin’s A Far-Shining Crystal
What an update! We’ve got work from Michael Autrey, Wes Benson, Derrick Buisch, Adam Fagin, S.M. Fattig, Norman Finkelstein, Chris Glomski, Whit Griffin, Ross Hair, Janet Holmes, Joseph Massey, Alexandra Mattraw, Amanda Nadelberg, Peter O’Leary, Mark Scroggins, Melissa Severin, Mike Sikkema, Shannon Tharp, Steven Toussaint, and Mark Truscott. Dig in!
Sally Delehant’s A Real Time of It, was reviewed at Read This Awesome Book. Peter O’Leary’s Luminous Epinoia was reviewed by Robert Archambeau over here and by Broc Rossell over at Colorado Review’s site.
Here’s a few publications by CultSoc contributors:
Shoutification: Darren Z., Argos, Gordon W., Cody; EL/JP!; (v); ; EMS + DLB CA; JCNY/HA; PBNY + N.; Toni B.; DO’D.s; Magpies; z./S./J.; Princes; Neo-Modernists; NJNY; D./D.T.B.; LaChimas (Lone Star); Moribidnia; Midwestern Alliance; McK (Franklin); & you.
Chicago, Milwaukee, and You
Please join us as we welcome Sally Delehant’s A Real Time of It, Chuck Stebelton’s The Platformist, and Whit Griffin’s The Sixth Great Extinction (Skysill Press), into your lives. We’ve got two readings coming up, one in Chicago and one a mere two days later in Milwaukee:
Chicago: Friday, July 27, 2012, 7:00p
The (New) Corpse Space
1511 N. Milwaukee 2nd Floor
Whereat Whit Griffin, Sally Delehant, Chuck Stebelton, and Peter O’Leary will read from their past and recent work and perhaps that of others. You will love this.
Milwaukee: Sunday, July 29, 2012, 2:00p
Woodland Pattern Book Center
720 East Locust Street
Wherefrom Whit Griffin, Sally Delehant, and Chuck Stebelton will revisit, extend, and amplify the poetic victories of the prior Friday night, with one key distinction: they’ll be in Milwaukee, not Chicago, this time.