for the past few years my poetry has become more engaged with the writing of fact, not so much with the relation of fact to truth but with “figures of fact,” that is the rhetoric of fact, the pushing around of language to take up positions about what … view
Since 1997, the Atlanta Poets Group has been a shifting yet recurrent heterogeneous grouping of both (split)individual and collaboramerged semi-intentional language workers operating under the sign of poetry. Committed to perpetrating disjunctive and disruptive linguistic practices, the APG meets in salon-like fashion on Wednesday evenings and gives semi-regular public performances … view
Unisa Asokan & Miriam C. Jacobs
A red box of matches,
a ten pound stick of butter,
a 20 pound sac of sugar, the river.
The body covered in yellow cloth, embroidered with a gold pattern.
Down to the river we carry you,
by … view
Christmas Eve to Lambertville with
Hank what knits me still to this
world of purls &
back-dragging Delaware eddies as
grey under fog darkened silver in coiling
banks when late the raining early dark–& sycamores
across the river in quick high bundles … view