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> 2: An Anthology of New Collaborative Poetry

edited by Sheila E. Murphy and M. L. Weber

available at Amazon


 


 


Presenting, as Ron Silliman's blog says:
"the more experimental side of collaborative writing
pretty much as it has occurred over the past decade.
It's fun & exciting, as a book like this should be."

The book brings together a broad and varied selection of textual projects, which
involve two or more writers working to create new, co-written compositions
included in this volume to represent North America, Europe, Australia, and
Japan. Most of the work is new, having been created after the year 2000.

> 2 offers a wide array of compositions ranging from short, spontaneous pieces to
excerpts from extended projects comprising long-term (even life-long) projects.
The book evolved partly as the world was made smaller with so many literary websites
flourishing. Poets gathered as never before and, as a result, a new type of poetry.
With this anthology, we invite readers to view these evolving realms
of creative interplay.

Of this anthology, Ron Silliman further states: "What we can hope for, at best,
at this juncture in history, is going to be projects like >2, which focus intently
on specific parts of the overall spectrum without making too much of a claim to
represent the whole. And on those terms, >2 is a job well done."

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BOOK


Equilibrium:

The Collected Poems
of
Linda Bohe

in memorium 1950-1983


ed. M. L. Weber

(now available at Amazon or in an
online version)





        From a military family, Linda Bohe grew up in various parts of the country. Her childhood was mostly in the South, her mid-teens to young adulthood in Colorado. She later resided in New York City, where many of her poems are set.
         Linda studied with Alan Dugan, William Matthews and Richard Hugo. Her terse syntax perhaps reminds one of Hugo, but with an eclectic bent. Her broad range of poetic taste was shown in the magazine, Attaboy, which she edited with Phoebe MacAdams.
         Among other writers of her generation with whom she was in close personal contact were Jayne Anne Phillips, Wendy Battin, Nancy Schoenberger, and Susan Tichy.




"I found Equilibrium moving, touching. Linda Bohe had a clear reaching down into experience for what makes poems valuable."
--Michael Heller











BOOK


Early Poems

M. L. Weber

(available at Amazon)






BOOK


Across the Tableland

M. L. Weber

(available at Amazon)






BOOK


The Wanderings of Kukai

M. L. Weber

(available at Amazon)






BOOK


You're Happy

M. L. Weber

(available at Amazon)






BOOK


A Face Cut in Light

M. L. Weber

(available at Amazon)






BOOK


Life on Earth

M. L. Weber

(available at Amazon)






 

Forthcoming - The Essential Poetry Series, ed. M. L. Weber:


#1

Essential Poetry of Walt Whitman (1819-1892) - online edition in an "under construction version" available now.

Description of the Essential Poetry Series - click here.

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