Julia Cohen's The History of a Lake Never Drowns, new Diode & new-ish Home Video Review of Books
Julia Cohen's new chapbook is available from Dancing Girl Press.
It's really good. You should believe me on that & then order it & read it & use your reaction to it as evidence to assess whether you agree with my argument.
In new poetry news, you should know about the new issue of Diode. It includes
Arpine Konyalian Grenier
Floarea Ţuţuianu, trans. Adam J. Sorkin & Irma Giannetti
Also, last week The Home Video Review of Books put up a new issue. The January issue.
What Apocalypse, by Marc McKee
Situations, Sings, By Jack Collum & Lyn Hejenian
Body Clock, by Eleni Sikelianos
[lapsed insel weary], by Susan Gardner
Policy Instrument, by Franklin Bruno
Adorno's Noise, by Carla Harryman
Holiday, by Jennifer Firestone
An Aquarium, by Jeffrey Yang
from Unincorporated Territory, by Craig Santos Perez
A Border Looks Like Making Love, by Ryan Daley
Peregrinary, by Eugeniusz Tkaczyszyn-Dycki
Face Before Against, by Isabelle Garron