Phaneronoemikon November December 2005

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Phaneronoemikon November December 2005 :

Author - Lanny Quarles
Publisher - Lulu.com
Pages -
ISBN - 8292428313


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Even the Java Sparrows Call Your Hair :

Poetry

Author - George Kalamaras
Publisher - Quale Press
Pages - 108
ISBN - 0974450324


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Detail - Poetry. EVEN THE JAVA SPARROWS CALL YOUR HAIR is a bright book amidst dark times. Witness a young woman birthing a perfectly oval egg or learn the ropes of the Wang Wei Board Game, taking on the role of a lute or a panda chewing bamboo. Kalamaras's electric poems move delicately between Eastern mystic thought, surrealism, and meditations on the human body and soul. They suggest that the body's true spiritual worth can be discovered in its connectivity with the universe, alighting a pony on the tongue or an ascending angel out of the spine: His quieter musings work not so much as to question, but to point out a direction of understanding: "When you pull the earth apart to plant iris bulbs, what is that purple bending at the back of your throat? What bird sings in the Chinese elm with your vocal chords and the step of your weight that leaves traces of threatening sky on pointed leaves?"

Psychomagic : The Transformative Power of Shamanic Psychotherapy

Body, Mind & Spirit

Author - Alejandro Jodorowsky
Publisher - Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
Pages - 292
ISBN - 159477336X


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Detail - Psychotherapist and filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky offers strategies for using the power of dreams, theater, poetry, and shamanism to heal wounds and overcome psychological challenges.

Genedub :

Fiction

Author - Kenji Siratori
Publisher - Lulu.com
Pages - 412
ISBN - 1430300906


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Detail - "Kenji Siratori is a madman, for sure, but if you scan his hallucinatory textual mashups in just the right frame of mind, they begin to make sense. And that's the scary part." - Douglas Rushkoff "All the information in the universe, plus several bits from other dimensions that I'm still trying to sort out, have just been mainlined into my nervous system. The shards from a googleplex of infobits seem to be stuck in the part of my brain just above the pineal gland. Yes, I've just been reading Kenji Siratori again. This is my idea of a good time." - RU Sirius "This is the NEW that you never knew was there, and, like all things so totally new, it forces us to rethink our idea of NOVEL, LIFE and, in the end, even ART." - Jared Louche of CHEMLAB

Free Space Comix :

Poetry

Author - Brian Kim Stefans
Publisher -
Pages - 86
ISBN -


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Detail - Poetry. Asian American Studies. "These poems remind you of everything possible...They are, at the same time, self-organizing systems, flipping into unforeseen forms of invention that first define, then defy their own dalliance with stability. Brian Kim Stefans' work is smart, wise-cracking, sweet, energetic, brand new, and thoroughly brilliant"-Stacy Doris. Brian Kim Stefans poems have appeared in The APA Journal, The Impercipient, Object, Chain, and Premonitions: The Kaya Anthology of New North Asian American Poetry. He is a graduate of Bard College.

Ghost Dance in 33 Movements :

Author - Anny Ballardini
Publisher - Lulu.com
Pages - 80
ISBN - 0980509688


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Treyf Pesach :

Poetry

Author - Hilton Obenzinger
Publisher -
Pages - 114
ISBN - 9781943209163


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Detail - Poetry. Jewish Studies. Blasphemy is holy--and exciting, outrageous literature in TREYF PESACH (Unkosher Passover). Novelist Paul Auster declares that this book "strikes with all the force of an exploding bomb--because it speaks the truth." This collection of poems presents radical departures from traditional rituals, formats and conventions: alternative Passover Seders, Yom Kippur liturgy, Thanksgiving prayers, psalms and other poems in the form of proclamations, resolutions, jazz improvisations, incantations, rants, orations, comic monologues, oil spills, life spills, songs, visions, undocumented documents, borders, suns, farewells, minutes of meetings, talk-stories, and all accompanied by provocative drawings of Treyf Passover Seder plates by artist Charles Steckler. In this book the symbolic plate is arrayed with treyf (un-kosher food) and the story of the Exodus with untypical meanings, whiskey instead of wine, recounting the continual slavery of wars and military occupations. The poems in TREYF PESACH have taken place over the course of years and various occasions, from vicious aggressions, to absurd walls, to smallpox blankets, to oil spouting across the Gulf, and more, all framed by the first months of the Trump regime. Some have been read out loud at Seders, Yom Kippur services, Thanksgiving Day benedictions, Sunday fellowships, and other ceremonies. But those are the exceptions. For the most part TREYF PESACH has been placed under arrest and shoved across the borders of respectability. Hilton Obenzinger writes poetry, fiction, history, and criticism, and is the recipient of the American Book Award. According to poet Diane di Prima, "he is the American Jonathan Swift."

Humanophone :

Poetry

Author - Janet A. Holmes
Publisher - Univ of Notre Dame Pr
Pages - 71
ISBN -


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Detail - The poetry in Humanophone, the third volume from award-winning poet Janet Holmes, celebrates composers and creators such as Harry Partch, Raymond Scott, Leon Theremin, and George Ives, who had to invent new instruments to capture the music heard in their "mind's ear." Taking its title from a George Ives invention -- an instrument made from a group of humans, each of whom sings a single note, arrayed like a xylophone -- Humanophone appears on its surface to be about music. But its real subject is the artist's creative dilemma -- how to deliver a new idea, whether it be a song or a poem, through existing media.Holmes works language into a variety of forms both familiar -- syllabics, couplets, villanelles, sonnets -- and engagingly new. With everything from kumquats to abandoned wedding pictures, Clara Bow to Bill Robinson, Keats's belle dame to Dante's Francesca, feng shui to a recipe for octopus, Humanophone celebrates how the body shapes art from the world it is given.In Humanophone, Holmesnot only chronicles events such as Harry Partch's transformation of glass chemical containers from the Berkeley Radition Lab into the melodious and beautiful Cloud-Chamber Bowls, but also traces a playful path through the familiar, as a trombone's upwards glissando becomes "a backwards pratfall/in brass." Engaging a broad array of subjects, Holmes's poetry is as delightful as it is thoughtful, as simple as it is complex.

Opening and Closing Numbers :

Author - Anny Ballardini
Publisher - Lulu.com
Pages - 174
ISBN - 1411660552


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The Hounds of No :

Poetry

Author - Lara Glenum
Publisher -
Pages - 64
ISBN - 9780976569213


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Detail - Poetry. Lara Glenum was raised in the gothic South, studied at the University of Chicago and the University of Virgina, and now teaches at the University of Georgia. In this entirely unheimlich debut, she enters the stage of American poetry like a Fritz Lang glamor-girl-cum-anatomical-model. Glenum recovers the political intensity and daring of the Surrealist project. "The extraordinary precision of these poems is so stunning, we can't help but feel blinded by their visions: sock-monkeys, dollhouses, and "a circus made of meat" vibrate between the playful and the brutal so deftly, each line is a perfect shard of some fantastic planet, gloriously and sadly like our own. As in Blake's apocalyptic images, the sky rolls itself up like a scroll--brilliant in its colors and infinite in its scope. Glorious!"--D.A. Powell.

A Tonalist :

Literary Collections

Author - Laura Moriarty
Publisher -
Pages - 144
ISBN - 9780982264560


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Detail - In a combination of discourse and lyric, paragraph and couplet, Bay Area poet and novelist Laura Moriarty explicates the poetics of a group of writers that resists categorization. This book-length essay uses the work of the California Tonalist painters to articulate new understanding and new possibilities for poetic practice.

Extreme Graphics :

Computer art

Author - Kathleen Ziegler, Nick Greco
Publisher -
Pages - 169
ISBN -


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