Jennifer Moxley’s The Open Secret gets a review in Publishers Weekly: “Intricately crafted and unafraid of the subconscious, Moxley’s poems are for the reader willing to be wowed by the mundane.” Read the full review here.
Flood Editions will be publishing the Australian poet Robert Adamson’s new book, Net Needle, in early 2015. As Michael Palmer observes, “Eye and ear, none better.” In the meanwhile, listen to a wonderful radio broadcast with Adamson reading poems and talking of music, nature, the Hawkesbury River, Robert Duncan, and much else, here (push “download audio”).
Elizabeth Arnold will be giving three readings from her new book Life at the end of October, in the Midwest:
October 28 at 5 pm: Prairie Lights in Iowa City, Iowa. She will be reading with the Aboriginal Australian poet Ali Cobby Eckermann, whose book Ruby Moonlight is forthcoming from Flood Editions in 2015.
October 29 at 7 pm: Woodland Pattern in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With Barbara Wuest.
October 30 at 7:30 pm: Sector 2337 in Chicago. With Eric Elstain. Note the location for this new space: 2337 N. Milwaukee Avenue, just off the California Blue Line. Store and bar are open beforehand, but reading begins at 7:30 pm. Sector 2337 is handicap accessible. (The website is still being updated.)
November 2 at 5 pm: Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop in Brooklyn, New York. With Evie Shockley, Brett Price, and Steven Carl.