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.

  1. Lyrics adapted, of course, to suit our current purpose.