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InPrint is expanding as a resource for contemporary poetry & writing by women. When listed, websites for small presses, or available contact details, are beside the first title to appear alphabetically from a press. If you can’t find a link, check the list above to see if it appears in an earlier reference. See also How2 Links page. Inclusions for the next issue can be e-mailed to Arielle Greenberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rae Armantrout. Veil: New and Selected Poems. Wesleyan University Press, 2001.
Rachel Tzvia Back. Led by Language: The Poetry and Poetics of Susan Howe. University of Alabama Press, 2002.
Mary Jo Bang. Louise in Love. Grove Press, 2001.
Jen Bervin. under what is not under. Potes & Poets, 2002. www.potespoets.org See this issue of How2 for review.
Jenny Boully. The Body. Slope Editions, 2002. www.slope.org
Susan Briante. True to Scale, a poetry pamphlet. Phylum Press, 2001. Nancy Kuhl, Phylum Press, 69 Clark St. 2R, New Haven, CT 06511, 203.789.0298. email@example.com
Pam Brown. eleven 747 poems. Wild Honey Press, Ireland, 2002. www.wildhoneypress.com/BOOKS/747.htm
Bryher. Bryher: Two Novels: Development and Two Selves. With an introduction by Joanne Winning. University of Wisconsin Press, 2001. www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress
Erica Carpenter. Summoned to the Fences. Etherdome, 2002. EtherDome Press, edited by Colleen Lookingbill and Elizabeth Robinson, publishes two chapbooks annually by poets who have never had a book or chapbook published previously. $7 each or any two for $10. Inquiries and orders: EtherDome Press, 3116 Deakin St, Berkeley, CA 94705.
Cydney Chadwick. Flesh and Bone. Avec Books. 2001. $14 www.avecbooks.org
Lee Chapman, ed. First Intensity: a magazine of new writing. Issue #17, featuring writers like Diane di Prima, Anne Waldman, and Elizabeth Robinson, Summer 2002. First Intensity Press, 280+ pp, $14 +$2 p/h. FIRST INTENSITY, P.O. Box 665, Lawrence, KS 66044. (785) 749-1501.
Anabelle Clippinger. Cloud Banner. Potes and Poets Press, 2001.
Norma Cole. Spinoza in Her Youth. Omnidawn Press, 2002.
Valerie Coulton. Passing World Pictures. EtherDome, 2002.
Stacy Doris. Conference. Potes and Poets Press, 2001.
Rachel Blau DuPlessis. Drafts 1-38, Toll. Wesleyan University Press, 2001.
Marcella Durand, poetry editor. (the invisible city). An anthology of poetry and artwork inspired by Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities, including Alice Notley, Eleni Sikelianos, Lisa Jarnot and more. Erato Press, 2001. $12. Marcella Durand, 332 E. 4th St., Apt. 24, New York, NY 10009.
Marcella Durand, Western Capital Rhapsodies. Faux Press, 2001.
Cathy Eisenhower. Language of the Dog-Heads, a chapbook. Phylum Press, 2001.
Kate Fagan. The Long Moment. Cambridge & Fremantle: Salt Publishing, 2002. $12.95.www.geocities.com/SoHo/Square/1664
Joseph Harrington. Poetry and the Public: The Social Form of Modern U.S. Poetics. Wesleyan University Press, 2002.
Carla Harryman. Gardener of Stars. Atelos, 2001. www.atelos.org
Lyn Hejinian. A Border Comedy. NY: Granary Books, 2001. www.granarybooks.com
Brenda Hillman. Cascadia. Wesleyan University Press, 2001.
Laura Hinton and Cynthia Hogue, eds. We Who Love to Be Astonished: Experimental Women’s Writing and Performance Poetics. University of Alabama Press, 2001.
Jen Hofer. Slide Rule. NY: subpress, 2002.
Elizabeth James, Guy Barker, Christine Kennedy, and Peter Manson. Rendga+ London: Reality Street Editions, 2002. Available in the US & Canada from Small Press Distribution, www.spdbooks.org
Laura Riding Jackson. Anarchism is Not Enough, ed. Lisa Samuels. University of California Press, 2001.
Laura Riding Jackson. The Poems of Laura Riding: A Newly Revised Edition of the 1938/1980 Collection. Persea Books, 2001.
Laura Riding [Jackson]. Though Gently (1930). Rpt in Delmar 8 with responses by contemporary writers and critics. $10. 736 Eastgate, 3 North, St. Louis, MO 63130.
Jill Jones. Screens, Jets, Heaven: New and Selected. Cambridge & Fremantle: Salt Publishing, 2002. $12.95.
Myung Mi Kim. Commons. University of California Press, 2002.
Geraldine Monk. Noctivagations. West House Books, 2001. West House Books, 40 Crescent Road, Nether Edge, Sheffield S7 1HN, England. Also distributed in the USA by SPD. http://www.spdbooks.org
Susan Landers, ed. Pom2. A journal of poetic polylogue publishing poems that directly engage or respond to work published in previous issues, with the aim of making the magazine’s contents the property of many. Issue 2 just out featuring Dodie Bellamy, Lee Ann Brown, Tisa Bryant and more. $5/issue $9 for two. Susan Landers, 227 Prospect Ave. #2, Brooklyn, NY 11215.
Kirsten Lavers and Chris Cheek. The Books. thingsnotworthkeeping, 2002. £40 for set of 10. www.thingsnotworthkeeping.com
Cassie Lewis. Winter District. US: Potes & Poets Press, 2002. $8. Available through Small Press Distributions.
Kate Lilley. Versary. Cambridge & Fremantle: Salt Publishing, 2002. $12.95.
Lisa Lubasch. Vicinities. Avec Books, 2001. $14 www.avecbooks.org
Sarah Mangold. Household Mechanics. New Issues Press: 2002. Selected by C.D. Wright for the 2001 New Issues Poetry Prize. $14 www.wmich.edu/newissues
Sarah Mangold, ed. Bird Dog. Issue 1, Winter 2002. A journal of innovative writing and art. $6 www.birddogmagazine.com
Sarah Manguso. The Captain Lands in Paradise. Alice James Books, 2002. $12.95. www.gladiola.umfacad.maine.edu/~ajb
Camille Martin. sesame kiosk. Potes & Poets Press, 2001. $8
Harryette Mullen. Sleeping with the Dictionary. University of California Press, 2002.
Sheila E. Murphy. The Stuttering of Wings. UK: Stride Books, 2002. $15 USA. $9.95 UK. www.stridebooks.co.uk
Sheila E. Murphy. HERESIARCH. Xtant/Anabasis, 2002. $10. firstname.lastname@example.org
Eileen Myles. On My Way. Faux Press, 2001.
Lorine Niedecker. Lorine Niedecker: Collected Works. Ed. Jenny Penberthy. University of California Press, May 2002.
Alice Notley. Disobedience. New York: Penguin, 2001.
Overland #166. includes Jacket in print. Poems by Maxine Chernoff, Geraldine McKenzie, Alice Notley, Bronwyn Lea, Gillian Conoley, Eileen Myles, Michele Leggot and Rachel Loden. http://www.overlandexpress.org/166.html
The Paper . Issue 3 March 2002 on poetry, performance and site specificity. With contributions from Geraldine Monk, Carla Harryman, Frances Presley, Lee Ann Brown and Redell Olsen. Issues 1 & 2 £2.50/US$5.00 each or £4.00/US$9.00 the two. Contact The Paper, 29 Vickers Road, Firth Park, Sheffield S5 6UY, UK (cheques payable to ‘D.G.Kennedy’) or email@example.com.
Claudia Rankine and Juliana Spahr. American Women Poets in the 21st Century: Where Lyric Meets Language. Wesleyan University Press, 2002.
Anna Reckin and Linda Russo, eds. verdue #5/6, Nicole Broassard Feature, $10. verdue eds. Christopher W. Alexander and Linda Russo, 413 Bird Ave., Buffalo, NY 14213
Lisa Robertson. The Weather. New Star Books, 2001.
Reina Maria Rodriguez. Time’s Arrest/La detencion del tiempo. Poems with facing-page translations by Kristin Dykstra. Factory School, 2001. $10. www.factoryschool.org
Leslie Scalapino. WAY / the audio edition. The 12th issue of Kenning is a double CD featuring the first audio publication of WAY on one disc, and a newsletter disc with exclusive recordings of / by Hannah Weiner, Sawako Nakayasu and others. $15 from Small Press Distribution. www.durationpress.com/kenning
Leslie Scalapino and Marina Adams. The Tango. Granary Books, 2001.
Giovanni Singleton, ed. nocturnes (re)view of the literary arts, an annual publication committed to publishing quality innovative(experimental/avant-garde) critical and creative art from throughout the African Diaspora and other contested spaces. The premier issue features translations, photography, poetry, and prose from writers including Lyn Hejinian and Brenda Hillman, Suzun Lucia Lamaina and Mendi Lewis Obadike. Premier issue of nocturnes was published in September, 2001. $12/single issue; $24/2-issue subscription. Available through SPD. Info at firstname.lastname@example.org or nocturnes, PO Box 3449, Berkeley, CA 94703.
Juliana Spahr. Fuck You-Aloha-I love You. Wesleyan University Press, 2001.
Susan Stewart. Poetry and the Fate of the Senses. University of Chicago, 2002.
Susan Vanderborg. Paratextual Communities: American Avant-Garde Poetry Since 1950. Southern Illinois University Press, 2001.
Anne Waldman and Lewis Warsh, eds. Angel Hair Sleeps with a Boy in My Head: The Angel Hair Anthology. Granary Books, 2001.
Liz Waldner. Etym(bi)ology. Omnidawn, 2002.
Rosmarie Waldrop and Keith Waldrop. Ceci N’est Pas Keith: Ceci N’est Pas Rosmarie. Burning Deck, 2002.
Mark Wallace and Steven Marks, eds. Telling it Slant: Avant-Garde Poetics of the 1990s. University of Alabama Press, 2001.
Jacqueline Waters. A Minute Without Danger. Adventures in Poetry, 2001. $10 www.adventuresinpoetry.com
Joanne Winning. The Pilgrimage of Dorothy Richardson. University of Wisconsin Press, 2001. www.wisc.edu/wisconsinpress
Rebecca Wolff. Manderley. University of Illinois Press, 2001. $12.95. www.press.uillinois.edu/f01/wolff.html
XCP: Cross-Cultural Poetics #9: Writing (Working) Class.