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Sunday, July 05, 2009

Cerise Press: A Journal of Literature, Arts, and Culture

Never heard of this online journal, but this installment is packed with good stuff.

Beginning on a Line by Tomas Tranströmer by David Welch.

Choreography of Hidden Parts II by Karen An-Hwei Lee. Love the line: iron prose turns the body.

Death's Door by Laura Kasischke.

And many more poems! Check it out. And don't forget to read the interviews.

Thomas Lux:
Was it Paul Valéry who said, “Ah, the avant garde, the only thing that never changes.”? That said: People should write whatever the hell they want, however they want. All kinds of poetry. Room for all kinds. What’s good will stick around for a while, what’s not will dry up and blow away.

1 comment:

D said...

Hi Eduardo--thanks for the nod! I'm glad you liked the poem. Best,

David