Utgivelser fra Burning Deck
Jena Osman:Corporate Relations
A look at the constitutional history of corporate personhood in the United States. Although the Supreme Court Case Citizens United vs. United States...
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David Lespiau:Four Cut-Ups, or, the Case of the Restored Volume
Real and fictional characters (Mrs. Lindbergh, Gertrude Stein, William Burroughs, Billy Budd or the Kid) circulate...
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Jennifer Martenson:Unsound
Martenson's poems are narratives of thinking. They are landscapes in which abstract concepts have the presence and force of physical objects--you may...
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Michael Gizzi:New Depths of Deadpan
Poetry. Should the two masks that represent Comedy and Tragedy pass through each other (imagine a total eclipse), might not their overlapping...
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Cyrus Console:Brief Under Water
Brief Under Water is a sequence of 55 short passages that uses prose narrative as a design element in a larger lyric structure. The title refers to...
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Mark Tardi:Airport music
The book plays in the tension between impalpable "air" and solid "port," between a single focus (Sean Scully's stripes) and...
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Gale Nelson:This Is What Happens When Talk Ends
There are 8 sets of 8 poems. All poems within a set follow the vowel pattern of a particular passage from Shakespeare....
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Jane Unrue:Life of a Star
Fiction. An actress of sorts, a woman recalls her childhood, longs for her absent lover, imagines traveling overseas, and wanders through gardens and...
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Jean Daive:Under The Dome: Walks With Paul Celan
An intimate portrait of Paul Celan in his last, increasingly dark years. Paul Celan and Jean Daive translate each...
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Caroline Dubois:You Are The Business
You Are The Business is a new book by Caroline Dubois, a Parisian poet who teaches at the Ecole des Beaux-Artsand who has translated Norma Cole and...
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Sébastien Smirou:My Lorenzo
Poetry. Translated from the French by Andrew Zawacki. Introduction by Jennifer Moxley. MY LORENZO is an elegant, funny, often sad meditation on the...
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Gérard Macé:The Last of the Egyptians
«About Champollion I knew: that he did not go to Egypt with Napoleon, that he never saw the actual Rosetta stone, only more or less bad copies,...
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Anne Portugal:absolute bob
bob, a brave little guy (joker, operator, sheer energy?) bops in the manner of a video-game through the ways a poem inhabits sense or nonsense,...
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Peter Waterhouse:Language Death Night Outside
An “I” between languages. A text between the genres of poem and novel. 3 cities, 3 poems, 3 philosophers. The Austrian...
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Heather C. Akerberg:Dwelling
Dwelling examines the relationship between space and the events and objects that exist within it. Using T.S. Eliot's favored device of objective...
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Christina Mengert:As We Are Sung
This first book by a trained vocalist explores the transformation from "I am speaking" to "I am singing," and where exactly...
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Monika Rinck:to refrain from embracing
With linguistic sophistication and a great deal of self-irony and humor, Rinck sets in tension the most disparate ideas “along with their...
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Anja Utler:engulf -- enkindle
Anja Utler’s poems touch the ground where feeling and thinking begin to take form and burst from the body, burst into language. Their...
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Sawako Nakayasu:Hurry Home Honey
These love poems are unusual for their sense of moving between cultures, their awareness of physical space as articulated by the intersection of...
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Keith Waldrop og Rosmarie Waldrop:Flat With No Key
A collaborative abecedary that granted the poets freedom to modify each other’s lines as long as they kept to the required word repetition. The...
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