textsound Issue 13 is now live!

The editors of textsound have announced publication of Issue 13.  Read on for more info…

textsound ISSUE 13 IS HUFFING AND PUFFING to knock your mouse’s sock off.

Featuring work by Joe Sacksteder, Judith Goldman, Mike Gould & Ken Mikolowski, Ish Klein, We Are Your Friends, and Audra Woloweic.

From the editor’s note: “‘I am committed to an impossibility,’ Laura said to Anna. Anna liked this. Well, she didn’t like it, but she understood it. She thought it had something to do with being compelled by imitation…” These are verbal scenarios for some of your walks in life.

We are currently accepting submissions for our upcoming issues. Please note our submission guidelines have changed.

Also, we’d love to know what you think. Email us at editors at textsound.org. Thanks for tuning in.

Yrs,

Anna Vitale & Laura Wetherington
editors, textsound.org

An Evening with Anselm Berrigan, Lynn Crawford, Anna Vitale – Friday, April 2, 7 p.m., CCS

Need to get away from coursework over the 3-day break?  Then catch An Evening with Anselm Berrigan, Lynn Crawford, and Anna Vitale  this Friday, April 2, at 7:00 p.m. at the College for Creative Studies’ Center Galleries (Manoogian Visual Resource Center, 301 Frederick Douglass, corner of Brush Street, Detroit, 48202). For more information call 313.664.7800.

Reader bios:

Anselm Berrigan is a poet who lives in New York City and is the son of poets Alice Notley and the late Ted Berrigan, stepson of the late poet Douglas Oliver, brother to poet Edmund Berrigan, and husband to poet Karen Weiser. He is the author of three full-length collections of poetry,
including Some Notes on My Programming (2006), each of which have been published by Edge Books. He is currently poetry editor of The Brooklyn Rail. He also teaches at Bard College and Wesleyan University and is co-editor of The Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan.

Lynn Crawford’s books include Solow, Blow, Simply Separate People and Fortification ResortSimply Separate People, Two will be published by Black Square/Brooklyn Rail Sept 2010.

Anna Vitale is from Detroit and lives as a poet, teacher, and a freeform radio DJ in Ann Arbor. She has poems forthcoming in West Wind Review and Vanitas. One of her poems is titled “Breaststa” and is a meditation on breasts. Vitale is one of the editors of Textsound: An Online Audio Publication.

This event is co-sponsored by The Residential College of the University of Michigan