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Chicago, Milwaukee, and You

Delehant + Stebelton

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.

Thanks again.



This update features poems from Topher Hemann, Dan Rosenberg, Jamie Townsend, & John Tipton. Picks come courtesy of Drew Kunz.

As mentioned previously, we’ve got new books/chapbooks from Peter O’Leary, Douglas Piccinnini, & myself. You can order them directly from the CultSoc, so please have a look. Just click up top on publications.

In relevant news: Norman Finkelstein’s Inside the Ghost Factory is now available from Marsh Hawk Press.

Shoutation: locals & interstates; PBNY (Mazel Tov?); LaChima; JCNJ; Syl; Westerly Conovers; Cody; O’D.s; Bandmates; Princes: ems; EL/JP!; z./S./J.; NJNY; (version); Neo-Modernists; Magpies; Luna (much loved, 1994-2010); & you.


New Publications Are Here!

Cultural Society Publications Fall 2010

Members of our society will be no stranger to the work of the inimitable Peter O’Leary. We’re proud to publish his latest, most ambitious, farthest-reaching, and personal collection of poems to date. It’s called Luminous Epinoia and you can order it by clicking here.

Also available are a poem by Douglas Piccinnini called SOFT, and a collection of several poems by Zach Barocas called Looking Up.

In the event that you need something to listen to while you read (and who doesn’t, at least part of the time?), please check out There are Crashes, the first recording by BELLS≥, an instrumental group from Brooklyn, NY.

Thanks again for your continued support and interest.

11.1.2001 - On Peter O’Leary’s Watchfulness by Jon Curley (© 2001) , in prose