Saturday, April 5, 2014

Ink Brick Is Here!

Paul Tunis, Gary Sullivan, Alexander Rothman and I have been dreaming of putting together a poetry comics journal, spurned from our little collective, and now I'm thrilled to announce it's a real thing.

The first issue of INK BRICK will feature original work from John Hankiewicz, Simone Kearney, Simon Moreton, and L. Nichols, as well as the four cofounders.

We're debuting it at the Toronto Comics Arts Festival on May 10. Pre-orders start today at MoCCA Arts Fest, and we're knocking a dollar off the normal price to celebrate.

If you're interested in comics or poetry or both, please check us out. We are very excited and we're just getting started.

www.inkbrick.com

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Monday, March 10, 2014

Numéro Cinq Interview with New Paintings!

Here's a really fun interview I did with the poet and artist, Nance Van Winckel, in the journal Numéro Cinq


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And when I draw—poof! There’s suddenly a physical thing there, that can talk, that can move. And I take advantage of that. The body itself, the air around the body, the expression on the face—these things can work just like a poem. Speaking, but not saying everything.



Friday, March 7, 2014

Riverviews' 'Rebus' Exhibit of Poetry Comics

The show begins today (Friday March, 7th) and run through April 20 in the Craddock-Terry Gallery, features the work of Warren Craghead, Bianca Stone, Derik Badman, Andrew White and Sarah Ferrick, a loose collective of creatives whom Riverviews curator Barbara Bernstein began contacting last year. Read about it in the paper, here.
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The artist, Warren Craghead has put together a booklet to go with the show that's happening. See image online here.

bianca stone



art by Andrew White






“Rebus,” which opens with a First Friday reception from 5:30 to 9 p.m., also will include magazines published by the artists and original drawings. In addition, artist workshops will be offered in conjunction with the show, during which children and adults can learn how to create their own comics and ‘zines.

The Craddock-Terry Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. or by appointment. For more information, call (434) 847-7277 or visit www.riverviews.net





Tuesday, February 25, 2014

AWP SEATTLE THIS WEEK!


SEE ME READ THURSDAY IN SEATTLE!
WITH THE AMAZING Matthew Zapruder, Dorothea Lasky, and Peter Mountford! 




F230 Mixed Methods: Collaboration Between Visual Art 
and Contemporary Poetry
Room 302, Western New England MFA Annex, Level 3

Friday, February 28, 2014

1:30 pm to 2:45 pm


When poetry and image intersect, what changes occur in both art forms? How is the artist’s process, and the reader’s experience altered when poetry and image enter into conversation with each other? Panelists will explore these questions and discuss how the two art forms can compliment, complete, and even translate each other. Poets who have published collaborative projects, or created poetry that incorporates self-made visuals, will discuss their work.


Allison Campbell Moderator


Allison Campbell is associate editor for the Mississippi Review and a PhD candidate at the University of Southern Mississippi's Center for Writers. She is currently at work on a collection of poems, individual pieces of which have appeared in Witness,Armchair/Shotgun, and Harpur Palate.





Cole Swensen is the author of fourteen books of poetry and a book of critical essays, and the co-editor of the anthology American Hybrid. A 2007 Guggenheim Fellow, she is also a translator and won the 2004 PEN/USA Award in Translation. She teaches in Literary Arts at Brown University.


Timothy Liu is the author of ten books of poems, including the forthcoming Don't Go Back To Sleep and Let It Ride, as well as a hybrid novel, Kingdom Come. He is a Professor of English at William Paterson University.





Bianca Stone, the author of several poetry chapbooks, is the illustrator of Antigonick, a collaboration with Anne Carson. Her first full-length collection of poetry Someone Else’s Wedding Vows is forthcoming from Tin House/Octopus Books.





Brandon Downing is the author of three full-length collections of poetry, The Shirt Weapon (2002), Dark Brandon (2005), and Mellow Actions (2013). Lake Antiquity, a monograph of poetic collages from 1996-2008, was released in 2010.






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