Two-color letterpress on Stonehenge wraps and aspects of the interior. Visual work by Francesca Rowe. Hand-stitched. 36 pages.
UPDATE: looks like we’re sold out!
Sad Press is caterwauling with a nameless & only-just-possible emotion to announce the arrival of Lila Matsumoto’s Allegories from my Kitchen. Here’s a sliver: Three pounds incl. P&P within UK / RoI, or ten US dollars or thereabouts elsewhere. To order, use PayPal (Allegories from my Kitchen, by Lila Matsumoto │ get it: £3.00 incl. UK P&P), or get in touch with Sam, Jow or Lila on e-mail, Twitter (@hixeros) or via sequences of ketchup sigils squirted on our Kummerspeck rolls.
We’ll be publishing new titles from Lila Matsumoto and Jennifer Cooke by spring time. Email if you’d like to pre-order.
From Reality Street & Emily Critchley, Out of Everywhere 2, linguistically innovative poetry by women in North America & the UK. Including writing by Sascha Akhtar, Amy De’Ath, Mei-mei Berssenbrugge, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Andrea Brady, Lee Ann Brown, Elizabeth Jane Burnett, Mairéad Byrne, Jennifer Cooke, Corina Copp, Emily Critchley, Jean Day, Carrie Etter, Kai Fierle Hedrick, Heather Fuller, Susana Gardner, Susan Gevirtz, Elizabeth James/Frances Presley, Lisa Jarnot, Christine Kennedy, Frances Kruk, Francesca Lisette, Sophie Mayer, Myung Mi Kim, Carol Mirakove, Marianne Morris, Erin Mouré, Jennifer Moxley, Redell Olsen, Holly Pester, Sophie Robinson, Lisa Samuels, Kaia Sand, Susan Schultz, Eleni Sikelianos, Zoe Skoulding, Juliana Spahr, Elizabeth Treadwell, Catherine Wagner, Carol Watts, Sara Wintz, & Lissa Wolsak.
The original 1996 Out of Everywhere, edited by Maggie O’Sullivan, is also available from Reality Street. Including writing by Rae Armantrout, Caroline Bergvall, Nicole Brossard, Paula Claire, Tina Darragh, Deanna Ferguson, Kathleen Fraser, Barbara Guest, Carla Harryman, Lyn Hejinian, Fanny Howe, Susan Howe, Grace Lake, Karen MacCormack, Bernadette Mayer, Geraldine Monk, Wendy Mulford, Melanie Neilson, Maggie O’Sullivan, Carlyle Reedy, Joan Retallack, Denise Riley, Lisa Robertson, Leslie Scalapino, Catriona Strang, Fiona Templeton, Rosmarie Waldrop, Diane Ward, Hannah Weiner, & Marjorie Welish.
Some other recentish anthologies: Dear World & Everyone In It, I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women, Be the First to Like This: New Scottish Poetry, Norton’s second edition Postmodern American Poetry (which could have removed those bios unless you’ve actually done things & instead kept a few poets from the first edition).
Hix Eros #4 is out! This one’s a bit different, all about J.H. Prynne. It collects essays by Michael Tencer, Justin Katko, Lisa Jeschke, Timothy Thornton, Joe Luna, John Wilkinson, Abigail Lang, Keston Sutherland & Robin Purves, with an introduction by Keston Sutherland.
The collection is available as a free PDF. There will soon be a limited print edition too. If you are connected with a university, we’d really appreciate you ordering one for your library (Hix Eros #4, ISSN 2056-8908, price TBA shortly).
Hix Eros #5 is also out now, filled with reviews — written by Brandon Brown, Jennifer Cooke, Stephen Emmerson, William Garvin, David Grundy, Iain Morrison, Michael Tencer, Greg Thomas and Karen Veitch — of poetry by Connie Scozzaro, Dodie Bellamy, Richard Barrett, J.H. Prynne, Laura Elrick, Amy Todman, J.L. Williams and Nat Raha, and of Ian Heames’ little magazine No Prizes and Caroline Bergvall, Laynie Browne, Teresa Carmody, and Vanessa Place’s anthology I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women. There is a free PDF, or you can get it on the Kindle for 79p.
Meet the Team
Joe Luna (Hi Zero)
And besides, Verity at Iodine Press has new chapbooks by Lisa Jayne, Will Rowe and Joe Luna.
Hix #4 (Prynne Spesh) really is imminent. This one’s print: we’d be especially grateful if people with university libraries at their command were to order institutional copies.
Hix #5 is also pretty imminent — hopefully it will hit the Kindle on the weekend, with the usual free PDF following not long after.
And Hix Eros welcomes reviews of contemporary poetry for #6. If you’d be interested in reviewing something which you don’t yet own, it’s usually possible to arrange a review copy: hix me up.
(& I know some of you are waiting for the individual poems to review for the #6 special feature: they should be with you this weekend!)
Do you twail behind us on Twitter, BTW? @HIXEROS