We’re pleased to announce that Jim Johnstone’s visual poem “Site Specific Excitation” has been selected by our Judge Jordan Abel as the winner of our 10th annual Robin Blaser Poetry Award.
Pessimism isn’t the disaster that we should be looking at. It’s optimism, it’s this
cruel motherfucker dressed in White and Floral and Sequins and yet is nothing but
Dagger and Sword.
Everything we are
comes from gathering together.
Please join us in celebrating Issue 3.43: I’m looking for a way to dance with a special evening hosted by guest editors Aisha Sasha John and Alexa Solveig Mardon and featuring contributors to the issue.
SB The morning after I exert, after leaving the ground, my body is screaming. I get carried away in the dancing of it — the push and the push and the repetitive action and the momentum.
In scoring Yellow Towel, Michel and Nardone began with a series of questions to address the itinerant and obscure aspects of the work: What is legible in the moment of performance?
Openings and Obstacles
A set of tasks to dance with, alone or with others.
A set of tasks to solve problems with.
A set of tasks to fight with,
To love with.