Thesis, Antithesis, Synthesis: A Review of Hinge Trio


Hinge Trio

La Alameda Press

88 pages



In the vein of Georg Hegel Hinge Trio firmly sits.  Whichever you believe sits where, the work of Heller Levinson, Linda Lynch and Felino A. Soriano begs to be placed both in opposition and in harmony as they portray language as “alive, generative [and] reproductive.”  The work of each artist, put against the others, solves the conflict at hand about creation and discovery.

Reminiscent of Wu-Tang in its heyday, each voice is distinctly its own while melding into one another giving the work a harmony only achieved with some pre-meditation.  Each of the three artists carry equal weight in creating the whole, alas there would not be a whole withouth each’s distinct voice to compliment the other.

The final section of the collection, “with line(s),” brings the work to an effect close – and also happens to be the section I like best.  The connections displayed throughout the work are really magnified here; from the ordering to Soriano’s lines of, “clarity upholds stagnated statements supine logic often-reread / amid mind’s callus delineation of / am oracle’s disillusioned markings|” this section stands bold in the collection.

A masterful collection and a true exercise in creativity, Hinge Trio dazzles both poetically and visually.

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Michael Tesauro, 26, MFA student. Michael lives and works in the Inland Empire. Big fan of chopped and screwed music, skateboarding, California burritos, hand scribes, fireworks, ice cold cerveza’s, primitive drawings, zines, punk rock ethos, Berdoo legends and all other aspects of topography that inspires him. His work can be found in the Sand Canyon Review, Wilderness House Literary Review, and the Carnival Literary Magazine.

Mark Young

Micah Cavaleri‘s most recent book is ‘the romances and other poems.’ His first book, ‘the syllable that opened an eye,’ was published by Dead Man Publishing in 2010. He has served in Iraq, jumped out of helicopters and flown Humvees off of dunes as well as earning a few degrees along the way. Micah studied for his BA in Theology and Philosophy at the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul, MN, and received his MA in Philosophy from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN. There was poetry along the way. After that, he trained in satellite communications and as a cavalry scout for the Army National Guard, and completed graduate studies in Advanced International Affairs at Texas A&M in College Station, TX. Micah now lives in Michigan’s UP and makes dinner, cleans the bathrooms, practices viola and runs while his wife and her students uncover the mysteries of the natural world. Oh, he edits the facebook zine Mid-June and runs Dead Man Publishing too. You can find his poetry and critical works in Bolts of Silk, elimae, experiential-experimental-literature, Moria, Otoliths, Galatea Resurrects, Jacket2 and more scattered around the web.

Ric Carfagna

Visual Poetry:

Joel Chace has published or has forthcoming work in print and electronic magazines such as 6ix, The Tip of the Knife, Counterexample Poetics, OR, Country Music, Infinity’s Kitchen, and Jacket.  He has published more than a dozen print and electronic collections, most recently Sharpsburg, from Cy Gist Press, Blake’s Tree, from Blue & Yellow Dog Press, Whole Cloth, from Avantacular Press and Red Power, from Quarter After Press.

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Mathias Jansson is a Swedish art critic and poet. He re-uses and updates old poems and combine them with new techniques, expressions or symbols. Published in

Volodymyr Bilyk: Born 1991 in Ukraine. Got Bachelor degree in journalism Sound:



Translator of Ezra Pound, Billy CHildish, Gertrude Stein, Paul Savoie, Tristan Tzara, Kurt Schwitters
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Tony Rickaby: Tony Rickaby’s conceptual works, installations and paintings have been shown throughout Europe and the US. His current practice concerns historical and autobiographical reflections on parts of South London, where he lives. He has written for Anderbo, AspidistraAthregeumDark Sky, Fox Chase Review, Streetcake, Whistling Fire, Ditch, Word Riot, and produced animations and visual poems for Altered Scale, Counterexample Poetics, Drunken Boat, Locus Novus, OtholithsSuss and
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Clapham Road

Clapham Road

Hidden Walls

Hidden Walls

Lambeth Walk

Lambeth Walk

Nine Elms

Nine Elms

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Conversations with creators on creating.  To inquire contact 

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The first of the dialogues is: Felino A. Soriano – Calvin Pennix pt.1

wrack – Lawrence Upton

The offering from quarter after press is wrack by Lawrence Upton.

wrack contains three sets: I wrack, Intimacies and pages from a book of the dead.

The writing is solo and polyvocal. There are multivoice texts; and a range of visual texts.

Chris Goode writes: “I can’t leave Wrack alone, I keep returning, making sure I’ve taken it all in, and of course I haven’t, and it’s becoming overwhelming. I deeply admire this work for how sustained it is, and how various are its movements; I envy it and recoil from it because it turns out to be, frankly, shocking in its courageous insistence on putting the body where the mouth is. Upton sets the reader to serious dancing – across disputed borders, between the lines of an exhausted official discourse whose stickman spokesmen have no body to dance with. Wrack shocks more because its shocks come slowly, surfacing patiently through strata of the matter being dealt with. Voices multiply, words divide; stillness and mobility keep clinching each other in the same act. It’s love made real in the compound eye of attention, in the weal of heed not quite yet speechless. All of the Lawrence Uptons yet known to us and one or two still arriving converge in these texts, in this shifting body of work, the wrack not left behind.”


Lawrence Upton

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William Allegrezza edits the e-zine Moria and teaches at Indiana University Northwest. He has previously published many poetry books, including In the Weaver’s Valley, Ladders in July, Fragile Replacements, Collective Instant, Aquinas and the Mississippi (with Garin Cycholl), Covering Over, and Densities, Apparitions; two anthologies, The City Visible: Chicago Poetry for the New Century and La Alteración del Silencio: Poesía Norteamericana Reciente; seven chapbooks, including Sonoluminescence (co-written with Simone Muench) and Filament Sense (Ypolita Press); and many poetry reviews, articles, and poems. He founded and curated series A, a reading series in Chicago, from 2006-2010. In addition, he occasionally posts his thoughts at PRamblings.

Natasha Ganes is a graduate of Chapman University in Southern California, where she received her MFA in Creative Writing and MA in English Literature. She is the Public Relations and Media Communications Manager for a national security company, a composition and literature professor at Everest University, and cofounder of Chapman Writers. Her poetry and fiction have appeared in Elephant Tree and Muddy River Poetry Review.

John Pursch lives in Tucson, Arizona. His work has appeared in many online literary journals, including The Camel Saloon, Counterexample Poetics, and experiential-experimental-literature. His fiction piece “Watchingstoned, T.V.” was recently nominated for the Sundress Best of the Net 2012 Anthology. His first book,Intunesia, is available in paperback from White Sky Books at . You can follow him on twitter at or on facebook at

Fred Pollack is the author of two book-length narrative poems, The Adventure andHappiness, both published by Story Line Press.  Other of his poems and essays have appeared in Hudson Review, Southern Review, Fulcrum, Salmagundi, Poetry Salzburg Review, Die Gazette (Munich), The Fish Anthology (Ireland), Representations and elsewhere.  Poems have most recently appeared in the print journals Magma (UK), The HatBateau, and Chiron Review.  Online, poems have appeared in Big Bridge, Snorkel, Hamilton Stone Review, Diagram, BlazeVox, The New Hampshire  Review, Mudlark,etc.  Recent Web publications in Gloom Cupboard, Blinking Cursor, Occupoetry, and Seltzer. Pollack is an adjunct professor of creative writing at George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Holly Day is a housewife and mother of two living in Minneapolis, Minnesota who teaches needlepoint classes in the Minneapolis school district. Her poetry has recently appeared in Hawai’i Pacific Review, The Oxford American, and Slipstream, and she is a recent recipient of the Sam Ragan Poetry Prize from Barton College. Her book publications include Music Composition for Dummies, Guitar-All-in-One for Dummies, and Music Theory for Dummies, which has recently been translated into French, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, and Portuguese.

Jennifer Firestone is the author of Flashes (forthcoming, Shearsman Books 2012), Holiday (Shearsman Books, 2008), the co-editor of Letters to Poets: Conversations about Poetics, Politics, and Community (Saturnalia Books, 2008), Waves (Portable Press at Yo-Yo Labs, 2007), from Flashes (Sona Books, 2006) and snapshot (Sona Books, 2004).  Her poems have appeared in HOW2, Xcp: Cross Cultural Poetics, LUNGFULL!, Can We Have Our Ball Back, Fourteen HillsMIPOesias MagazineDusie580 SplitSaint Elizabeth StreetmoriaFeminist StudiesSiderealityPoetry Salzburg ReviewPhoebeBlazeVOX, So to Speak: Feminist Journal of Language and Art, and others.  Jennifer is an Assistant Professor of Literary Studies at the New School’s Eugene Lang College and lives with her family in Brooklyn.

J.D. Nelson experiments with words and sound in his subterranean laboratory. More than 1,000 of his bizarre poems and experimental texts have appeared in many small press and underground publications. He is the author of several collections of poetry, including USFL ([free poetry for], 2012), Piso Mojado (Argotist Ebooks, 2012), and When the Sea Dies (NAP, 2011). Visit for more information and links to his published work. His audio experiments (recorded under the name Owl Brain Atlas) are online at J. D. lives in Colorado, USA.

Mark Young has been publishing poetry for over fifty years. His work has been widely anthologized, & his essays & poetry translated into a number of languages. He is the author of more than twenty books, primarily poetry but also including speculative fiction & art history. He is the editor of the ezine Otoliths.  He lives on the Tropic of Capricorn in Australia.

Visual Poetry:

Amy Ekins is a writer, a project manager for a publishing company, and is about to complete her MRes in Creative Writing at Northumbria University – for which she was awarded their fee-waiver scholarship. Her Kindle is never far from reach, and when she’s not working, reading, writing, or sleeping, you can usually find her on Twitter –





Visual Art:

Vinca Andre lives in Montreal, Canada for the moment. Since she was a child she has been utterly confused by her surroundings and as she grew up that translated into abstract/experimental images and words that results in visual poetry. For her it is the best way to bring out in physical form what goes in her mind. It makes perfect sense. This work is her pen and ink drawings digitally worked on.She is thankful for all the wonderful journals/magazines/people who have published her work.



Sarah Edwards is an experimental photographer living in Montreal. She works with film photography and tries to create surreal/experimental images using just film and camera without retouching digitally.






Fabio Sassi has had several experiences in music, photography and writing. He has been a visual artist since 1990 making acrylics using the stenciling technique on canvas, board, old vinyl records and other media. He uses logos, icons, tiny objects, discarded stuff and shades. He often puts a quirky twist to his subjects to give them an unusual perspective.  A portfolio of Fabio’s work can be found here:

broker heart

dropping to nowhere


hanging around on blue

the money beat

The Oil Mess

Red Power – Joel Chace

With a nod toward Tristan Tzara’s instructions for making a Dadaist poem (“take some scissors….”), Joel Chace’s new book also takes its place among a number of works that have put gravity in the service of chance. Like Hans Arp’s compositions of abstract geometric cut-outs or Jackson Pollock’s signature drips or Joan Retallack’s paperclipped apertures in Afterrimages, the poems here illuminate the extraordinary accident by which the aleatory and precipitous are linked in both Latin and German. The chance [Zufall] disposition of the words across the page in these poems is a singular event [Fall] arising from the coincidences [from the Latin cadere: “to fall”] of falling [fallend] along clinaminatic paths. The poet’s gestures, however often repeated, cannot account in advance for variables in atmospheric conditions and the discrepant surface-areas of cut paper. The results, happily, are frequently prophetic, describing their own circumstances with a poetic obliquity. None of which should be surprising for a poet whose name, as it happens, is just a letter drop away from chance.

Craig Dworkin

When I look at Joel Chace’s work, I see a series that speaks in tongues that spins out into eternity that hangs from Van Gogh’s asylum like a starry night.

 The elements of this series are deceptively simple: cut up words, punctuation, tape, and the background of the page.  The beauty of this arrangement is how it all interacts; each word has multiple references, creating a nearly infinite number of combinations.  Periods float, looking for sentences to close. The page speaks its essence, a grey haze that resembles dark matter that silently affects the overall mechanism. This quantum field, this gravitational attraction, aids in poem formation, pulling and tugging every word.

 And then there’s the tape; this is an aspect of cut up, of visual poetry, of illustrations that each creator attempts to cover up.  Joel takes a bold leap here and intentionally incorporates his tape, creating an extra level of fog, words falling, sinking softly into a majestic black hole.

 If you enjoy checking out a visual poetry series, this is the one.  Joel brings us all closer to the ultimate source of creativity.  Any good visual poet should enlighten any good visual poet; Joel is and does both, and who could ask for more?

 ― Bill DiMichele


Red Power

Joel Chace

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Felino A. Soriano  has authored 51 collections of poetry, including Of oscillating fathoms these nonverbal chants (Argotist Ebooks, 2012), Analyzed Depictions (white sky books, 2012) and Intentions of Aligned Demarcations (Desperanto, 2011).  He publishes the online endeavors Counterexample Poetics and Differentia Press.  His work finds foundation in philosophical studies and connection to various idioms of jazz music.  He lives in California with his wife and family and is a case manager and advocate for adults with developmental and physical disabilities.  For further information, please visit

John Pursch lives in Tucson, Arizona. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Blue & Yellow Dog, Breadcrumb Scabs, Calliope Nerve, Camel Saloon, Carcinogenic Poetry, Clockwise Cat, Counterexample Poetics, experiential-experimental-literature, Four and Twenty, Indigo Rising Magazine, ken*again, Orion headless, Otoliths, Poetry Sz, Puffin Circus, The Rainbow Rose, and vox poetica. You can follow his work at

Allie Marini Batts came here to kick ass and chew bubblegum, and she’s ALL out of bubblegum. Allie is a New College of Florida alumna, meaning she can explain deconstructionism, but cannot perform simple math. Her work
has appeared over forty literary magazines her family hasn’t heard of.
Allie calls Tallahassee home because it has great trees to climb.
She’s a research writer by day and is pursuing her MFA degree in
Creative Writing through Antioch University Los Angeles and oh no!
it’s getting away! To read more, visit 

Howie Good a journalism professor at SUNY New Paltz, is the author of the new poetry collection, Dreaming in Red, from Right Hand Pointing. All proceeds from the sale of the book go to a crisis center, which you can read about here: He is also the author of numerous chapbooks, including most recently The Devil’s Fuzzy Slippers from Flutter Press.

Elizabeth Kate Switaj‘s first poetry collection, Magdalene & the Mermaids, was published in 2009 by Paper Kite Press. She has also published a chapbook, The Broken Sanctuary: Nature Poems, with Ypolita Press. She is currently the Assistant Managing Editor of Irish Pages: A Journal of Contemporary Writing and a doctoral candidate at Queen’s University Belfast. For more information visit

Rich Boucher A past member of five national poetry slam teams (Worcester, Mass. (x2), Washington, D.C., Wilmington, Del. and Albuquerque, N.M.), Rich has published four chapbooks of poetry and for seven years hosted an open reading and slam in Newark, Delaware. Since moving to Albuquerque in March of 2008, Rich has been performing and writing steadily in the Duke City, and is a regular contributor/editor at In 2012 Rich was named to the first inaugural Albuquerque Poet Laureate Selection Committee for a two-year term, and his participation helped to select Hakim Bellamy, the City of Albuquerque’s first official Poet Laureate. Rich’s poems have appeared in Adobe Walls: An Anthology of New Mexico Poetry, Brawler, Crack the Spine, Extract(s), Fickle Muses, Grey Sparrow Journal, HyperText, Lyre Lyre, Neon, The Rag, The Malpais Review, Clutching at Straws, Shot Glass Journal, Missive, Mutant Root, Poydras Review, Sparkbright, The Mas Tequila Review, The Yellow Ham, Borderline, 200NewMexicoPoems and The Legendary. Hear some of his poems at

Iain Britton Oystercatcher Press published my 3rd poetry collection in 2009. Kilmog Press my 4th in 2010. The Red Ceilings Press published an ebook “Ten Poems” last year and an Argotist Ebook “songlines” has come online this year. Forthcoming full collection with Lapwing Publications (“druidic approaches”) is due out now, plus a pamphlet from Like This Press in August. Beard of Bees (US) and Greendoor Publishing will be publishing chapbooks soon too.

Kevin Heaton Pushcart Prize nominee Kevin Heaton writes, scuba dives, and runs in South Carolina. His work has appeared in a number of publications including: Raleigh Review, Mason’s Road, Foundling Review, The Honey Land Review, and elimae. His fourth chapbook of poetry, Chronicles, has just been released by Finishing Line Press. He is a 2011 Best of the Net nominee.

Larry O. Dean was born and raised in Flint, Michigan. His numerous chapbooks include I Am Spam (2004), abbrev (2011), and About the Author (2011). A full-length collection, Brief Nudity is forthcoming in 2013. He is also an acclaimed songwriter whose most recent CD release is Fun with a Purpose (2009) with The Injured Parties.

Joseph Farley edited Axe Factory from 1986 to 2010. His books and chapbooks include Suckers, For the Birds, Longing for the Mother Tongue, Waltz of the Meatballs, and Her Eyes.

Visual Art:

Dr. Ernest Willaimson III:  I am not a multifarious artist by choice. I create because I have to create. With reference to my visual artwork, my approach is a process of spontaneity and deep concentration imbued with a sort of loud silence that calms me. The works of Picasso and Dali humble me and they inspire me on a continual basis. Dali takes what he holds in imagination and puts it on canvas. I admire his ability to do just that. Picasso, forces the viewer to accept and deny conventional perception. I began painting and composing piano music at the age of 19. My visual artwork is a reflection of what is contained in my unconscious mind. Art is not merely emotive; it is a continuous lifeline which nurtures and edifies the soul of the biosphere. My work  illustrates the various embodiments of life and the various vessels yearning for the circulation of love as a required mechanism of sustenance and breath.

In Conversation With My Art

Mimetic Erotica


The Waltz of Her Shadow

Too Heavy Metal


bruno neiva:






Erin Dobosiewicz: This series, entitled Break Free, tries to breaks boundaries for my subject.  As a model, bodybuilder and fitness expert she is used to being behind the camera.  What happens, though, when focus is shifted and the camera becomes a tool to capture what is inside and not necessarily on the face.  Capturing movement and feeling, the subject becomes more than a prop and starts to tell a story of what is happening inside.  It is no longer about the body image, but about her feelings on of the image of her body.


















































Eleanor Bennett: is a 15 year old photographer and artist who has won contests with National Geographic,The Woodland Trust, The World Photography Organisation, Winstons Wish, Papworth Trust, Mencap, Big Issue, Wrexham science , Fennel and Fern and Nature’s Best Photography.She has had her photographs published in exhibitions and magazines across the world including the Guardian, RSPB Birds , RSPB Bird Life, Dot Dot Dash ,Alabama Coast , Alabama Seaport and NG Kids Magazine (the most popular kids magazine in the world). She was also the only person from the UK to have her work displayed in the National Geographic and Airbus run See The Bigger Picture global exhibition tour with the United Nations International Year Of Biodiversity 2010.Only visual artist published in the Taj Mahal Review June 2011. Youngest artist to be displayed in Charnwood Art’s Vision 09 Exhibition and New Mill’s Artlounge Dark Colours Exhibition

feather bone

hanging ghost

march in my town


speak to another or live in a lonely world

















































David Seaman: is a multi-media artist and Lettrist. I have published articles, and a book, Concrete Poetry in France (Ann Arbor: UMI, 1981). Through my long association with Lettrism, I have done a lot of translation and articles on visual poetry. My own work has been exhibited with the Lettrists in Europe, and with the Inisti in Italy.

Recent works include two artist books based on readings of the agriculture of the state of Georgia (USA) in hypergraphic style; they were published by the Lettrist imprint, PSI editions, Paris.

It is my belief that poetry and visual arts exist on a continuum where different media are called upon at different moments to participate in the work. Works in this intermedia setting may call upon painting, words, and sounds to complete their presentation.

 The following are some of my works from the two Georgics artist books:

Cotton Boll















Cotton Warehouse















Tobacco Camel















Sego Canyon
















Jim Fuess: works with liquid acrylic paint on canvas.  Most of his paintings are abstract, but there are recognizable forms and faces in a number of the abstract paintings.  He is striving for grace and fluidity, movement and balance.  He likes color and believes that beauty can be an artistic goal. There is whimsy, fear, energy, movement, fun and dread in his abstract paintings.  A lot of his abstract paintings are anthropomorphic. The shapes seem familiar. The faces are real. The gestures and movements are recognizable. More of his abstract paintings, both in color and black and white, may be seen at


Abstract Painting #266


















Ryan Reynolds: 

Digital War Series – Digital war is the title of a recent group of paintings based on media images of human conflict. The images depict shocking violence of lives being torn apart, seen through the filter of the computer or television screen. The painting is fragmented to suggest the scattered digital image and the mediated version of reality. Subjects are removed and abstracted from the actual experience, losing their sense of reality but gaining a new virtual identity.

Digital War

Digital War, Blue Tarp

Time Series – This work explores the intersection between past and present, by integrating historical photographs into a daily record of a site specific location. A painting evolves over time through a series of layers that both merge with and cover up previous observations. By departing from the static image of the traditional landscape, I explore the boundaries between light, space, solid form, and memory- conveying the passage of time and a sense of place. The painting acts as a reflection on the nature of our shared existence, individual perceptions and collective impressions.


Visual Poetry:

Joel Chace has published work in print and electronic magazines such as 6ix, The Tip of the Knife, Counterexample Poetics, OR, Country Music, Infinity’s Kitchen, and Jacket.  He has published more than a dozen print and electronic collections, most recently Sharpsburg, from Cy Gist Press, and Blake’s Tree, from Blue & Yellow Dog Press.







Poetics / Art Writing:

Cindy Bee has been published in Bee Culture Magazine and also published a book through the A.I. Root Company.  She just recently graduated with an MFA degree in creative writing through Queens University of Charlotte.

Marley McKenna  is an adjunct professor and writer in Bozeman, MT whose work deals with place, nature, family and identity formation.  Her poetry and prose often interweave familial non-fiction with a sensory experience of the world, which strays into fiction.  She is concerned more with writing what is honest on the page than adhering strictly to rules of genre, and her pose, poetry and essays are very much a part of each other.  She has published creative and nonfiction work in New West, 40 Below, and Cutbank and is currently working on her first novel. 

Kristen Orser‘s nose is running.  She is trying her hardest to sit still.  She is the author of Folded Into Your Midwestern Thunderstorm (Greying Ghost Press); Squint (Dancing Girl Press); Winter, Another Wall (blossombones); Wilted Things (Scantily Clad Press); and E AT I (Wyrd Tree Press).  If you see her, offer her a tissue.

Of language|s| the rain speaks – Felino A. Soriano

Of language|s| the rain speaks is a documentation of observed content, specific to the manifestation of interpreted devices composed in the direct/indirect ambulation of reactive notions to sensorial involvement.  Through physical and allegorical windows (too, of corporeal inferring sans resource of ocular understanding) observation is the emotional involvement to adaptation of specialized communication with rain and the multiple bodies its spectrum of spatial engagement inhabits. 

Of language|s| the rain speaks

Felino A. Soriano

57 pages

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Felino A. Soriano is a case manager and advocate for adults with developmental and physical disabilities.  Recent poetry collections include Intentions of Aligned Demarcations (Desperanto, 2011), Pathos etched, recalled: (white sky books, 2011), Divaricated, Spatial Aggregates (limit cycle press, 2011) and Of Oscillating Fathoms These Nonverbal Chants (Argotist Ebooks, 2012).  He edits and publishes the online journal, Counterexample Poetics.  For information regarding his published works, editorships, and interviews, please visit:

Flux of Measure – Jane Joritz-Nakagawa

The latest offering from quarter after press is a chapbook from Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, Flux of Measure.  Flux of Measure also features photography from Alexis Alvarez, who also provided the cover art.

truly hard to kill the parasite

without also killing the host gaps

between life and death in

ambivalent language substitute for inaction

in the shroud condition of cognition

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Jane Joritz-Nakagawa‘s most recent book of poems is “notational” (Otoliths, 2011).  Her seventh book of poems, “Invisible City,” has been recently published by white sky ebooks (  Her poetry broadside “blank notes” came out with Country Valley Press (USA) in March, 2012. 

Read a review of her fifth and sixth poetry books in The Japan Times:

Be sure to check out the e-version of Flux of Measure on its Issuu page:

Flux of Measure

Jane Joritz-Nakagawa

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All Dried Up – quarter after press

My chapbook, All Dried Up, and the first publication from quarter after press is complete.  All Dried Up is printed  on 4″ x 6″ brilliant, high gloss, photo paper. 

A quick note about this publication follows:

I have decided (after much internal debate) to produce my own chapbook as the first publication from quarter after press.  I have done so to give viewers and artists an idea of what we are hoping to produce – I am personally playing the role of the guinea pig.  Before you is the first publication from quarter after press and hopes are that it will be enjoyed and also inspire you to submit work.  This will be the only work of my own that I will publish. 
Thanks for reading.  Enjoy.
Check out the electronic version of All Dried Up at
Contact with your name and address for your copy of All Dried Up.
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