Chicago Review 57:3/4 features two new stories by Helen DeWitt; and a pair of essays on ecopoetics; and a gallery of photographs by Vivian Maier.
This issue of Chicago Review also includes
POETRY by Martha Ronk, Amaranth Borsuk, Jesse Seldess, Frederick Farryl Goodwin, Merrill Gilfillan, Rae Armantrout, Tim Earley, and Jena Osman
FICTION by Luisa Valenzuela and xTx
TRANSLATIONS of Aeschylus, Michael Donhauser, and Karl Larsson by John Tipton, Andrew Joron, and Jennifer Hayashida
ESSAYS by Gerald Bruns on J. H. Prynne, and by Viktor Zhirmunsky on rhyme
an INTERVIEW with Merrill Gilfillan by Brian Blanchfield
John Beer on William Fuller
Patrick Morrissey on Karin Lessing
Joyelle McSweeney on Catherine Mavrikakis
Andrew Peart on conceptual writing
NOTES by David Pavelich on the journal Antennae, and by Kent Johnson on the "Avant-Garde Poetics" entry in The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics
& COVER ART by Andreas Töpfer
CHICAGO REVIEW presents
HOW TO: POETRY
celebrating the publication of Chicago Review 57:3/4
Thursday, May 2, 2013
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Kent Johnson's A Question Mark Above the Sun: Documents on the Mystery Surrounding a Famous Poem "by" Frank O'Hara (Punch Press, 2011), named a "Book of the Year" by the Times Literary Supplement, was recently published in an expanded edition by Starcherone/Dzanc Books. His translation and annotation of César Vallejo's only known interview is forthcoming as a chapbook from Ugly Duckling Presse.
Jill Magi works in text and image and is the author of the books SLOT (Ugly Duckling Presse), Cadastral Map (Shearsman), Threads (Futurepoem), Torchwood (Shearsman), and numerous small, handmade books. She teaches at Goddard College and runs Sona Books, a chapbook press.
John Tipton has translated Sophocles' Ajax and is the author of Surfaces, both books issued by Flood Editions. He is the publisher of Verge Books.