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Douglas Messerli and Stacey Levine
Saturday, June 22, 2024, 2:00 PM PT
In person at Beyond Baroque (681 N. Venice Blvd.) and Live on YouTube

Green Integer publisher Douglas Messerli will read poems from his new project Writing Through, inspired by the writings of fellow poets. Seattle-based novelist Stacey Levine will read from her new novel Mice 1961 (Verse Chorus Press, 2024).

 

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Stories Out of Omarie

Wendy Walker

Wendy Walker retells eight of The Lais of Marie de France, a proto-feminist poem cycle written in England in the 12th century. Her style is as refined as Arthurian romance, yet as iconoclastic as Marie’s knights, whose adventures mainly serve to help ladies find lovers.

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My Horse and Other Stories

Stacey Levine

Stacey Levine's stories revolve around the impermeability of experience, of not knowing even our own bodies with any certainty. She conveys the unfathomable burden of existence in haunting metaphors and wickedly enthralling prose.

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luce a cavallo

Therese Bachand

Exploring films produced by studios throughout the 1960s, Therese Bachand creates a lyrical and dynamic collection of short poetry, her first published collection. This book was chosen as a Gertrude Stein Award selection by Luigi Ballerini.

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The Position of Things: Collected Poems 1961-1992

Adriano Spatola

Adriano Spatola (1941–1988) was one of the most important poets of the Italian neo-avant-garde.

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Tristia

Osip Mandelshtam

Tristia was Mandelshtam's second book. Along with his first collection, Kamen (Stones) and Stikhotvorenia (Verses), Tristia established his reputation as one of the greatest Russian poets of the 20th century.

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From the Lightning: Selected Poems

Gonzalo Rojas

One of the greatest contemporary Chilean poets, Gonzalo Rojas has received most of the major prizes of the Spanish-speaking literary world, including the Premio Reina Sofia, and has been nominated for a Nobel Prize. This new volume brings to the English-language audience a large selection of Rojas's poetry.

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Amour Amour

Andreas Embiricos

In this book of twenty-four stories, or "personal mythologies," Greek novelist and poet Andreas Embiricos combines history, myth, poetry, and psychology to create a sensual, original and fabulous universe.

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Defoe

Leslie Scalapino

The Review of Contemporary Fiction wrote of this book: “As a literary work, Defoe most closely resembles the sort of automatic writing pioneered by Breton and Soupault; as a political and philosophical critique of contemporary discourse, Defoe reveals a deep affinity with the works of Heidegger and Derrida. But ultimately—perhaps most controversially—it is a call to writers to liberate themselves from the limits of narrative and embrace a new kind of writing.”

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The Disparities

Rodrigo Toscano

In this, Rodrigo Toscano's first full-length collection of poetry, the author explores "how things wouldn’t happen." The Disparities brings together official and unofficial histories that vie with one another to expose new meanings created between "the gaps."

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Suites

Federico García Lorca

Suites is one of the most charming and melodious of all of García Lorca's poem series. Written early in his career, most of these poems remained unpublished during his lifetime and were later reassembled from notebooks. This is the first complete single-volume edition of this great work.

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Suicide Circus: Selected Poems

Alexei Kruchenykh

With Velimir Khlebnikov and Vladimir Mayakovsky, Alexei Kruchenykh was one of the central figures of Russian Futurism, and the leading practitioner of zaum poetry.

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Across the Darkness of the River

Hsi Muren

Poet, painter, and essayist Hsi Muren is perhaps the most widely read woman poet in Taiwan. Ever since her first two collections of poetry, Seven Miles of Fragrance (1981) and Youth of No Regret (1983), she has attracted readers for her themes of undying love and a melancholic sense of the lost past. As a poet of Mongolian descent, moreover, Hsi presents in her poetry a diasporic nostalgia for a lost world from a perspective that is imaginary but insistently poignant.

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The Mysterious Hualien

Chen I-chih

Born in 1953 in Hualien, Taiwan, Chen I-chih's work, which has garnered numerous awards in Taiwan, combines elements of classical Chinese poetry with modern images and subjects.

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Antilyrik & Other Poems

Vítêzslav Nezval

Vítêzslav Nezval (1900-1958) was an active participant in the European avant-garde between the two world wars. In the 1920s, he was the founding figure of "poetism," a movement of poets and artists centered in Prague.

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Operratics

Michel Leiris

This book is a study of opera by the great French poet, art critic, and anthropologist Michel Leiris.

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Aurélia

Gérard de Nerval

Gérard de Nerval's greatest subject was himself. Throughout his tempestuous life that ended with suicide by hanging, this French Romantic poet journeyed to distant parts of the globe in order to comprehend and articulate the demons that assailed his inner-most being.

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Displeasures of the Table

Martha Ronk

Poet Martha Ronk notes that it is not so much that she finds food displeasurable, but that she finds the sitting at the table unpleasant. Food, moreover, is associated with roles that many woman question. Accordingly, the very process of writing about it becomes a sort of dialogue between society and between eating and reading, "a wrestling with dough or syntax, being at the table or under it."

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Drifting

Dominic Cheung

Drifting consists of translations from Cheung's Drifters, first published in Taipei in 1986. This collection centers upon the metaphors of drifting, in which language and meaning wander between two worlds, and East and the West, between the private home and a shared country. the metaphor, of course, also brings up the disillusionments of contemporary Taiwanese culture and the seemingly impossible dream of the shared homeland with China.

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Manifestos Manifest

Vicente Huidobro

Vicente Huidobro was born in Chile in 1893. As a youth he traveled to Paris where he lived for many years, befriending both French and Spanish poets such a Guillaume Apollinaire, Pierre Reverdy, Juan Larrea and Jorge Luis Borges. His manifestos, which crystallized his poetics of Creationism, were published in French in 1925, the year in which he returned to Chile, where he ran for president.

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Mexico: A Play

Gertrude Stein

Stein wrote Mexico in 1916, upon her and Alice Toklas's return from the Mallorcan countryside where they had gone to escape the War. And as critic Cyrena N. Pondrom has pointed out, this work marks a less disjunctive and less repetitive style than her pieces before her stay in The Palma de Mallorca.

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In the Mirror of the Eighth King

Christopher Middleton

In this new book of essays, the noted British poet and translator explores a world in which all things are marvelous—and slightly awry.

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