Wednesday, April 24, 2013


We used to call them "Woodburners"
 meaning not to burn (hardly)
 but burn with & within and stay warm by. . .
like sugar maple, beech, oak, yellow birch, ash



Clifford Burke. Dream Confluence, Love Poems for Gibi 
 Desert Rose Press

John Currin
Gagosian Gallery

Dancing Around the Bride: Cage, Cunningham, Johns, Rauschenberg, and Duchamp
edited by Basualdo and Battle

Lydia Davis and Eliot Weinberger, Two American Scenes
New Directions 

Susan Howe, Sorting Facts: Or, 19 Ways of Looking at Maker
New Directions Poetry Pamphlet # 3

A Thousand Thousand Fireflies Never Equal Zero
George Kalamaras, Omowale-Ketu Oladuwa, Michael F. Patterson
Midnight Lamp Records

Sylvia Legris, Pneumatic Antiphonal
New Directions

Rebecca Lepkoff photographs, Life on the Lower East Side. 1937-1950
Peter E. Dans and Suzanne Wasserman

Bernadette Mayer. The Helens of Troy, NY
New Directions 

Lorine Niedecker, Lake Superior 
 Lorine Niedecker’s Poem and Journal, Along with Other Sources, Documents and Readings Wave Books 

Octavio Paz, The Poems of Octavio Paz
 Edited and translated by Eliot Weinberger
 New Directions

once in vermont films
film © bob arnold