America, deconstructed. The road, deconstructed. Academia, deconstructed. In this razor-sharp travel notebook, Jørn Erslev Andersen revisits the myths and locations of contemporary America, cutting through the fat of the clichés to attain crystal-clear images, underlined by a touch of dark Zen humor.
In this short and beautiful collection, Finn poet Joel Kuortti captures the meaning of freedom while travelling. Spain is the background of this deeply moving and sensitive experience, a background where poetry finds its daily meaning again.
Jerry Wilson is probably today one of America's best unknown writer. In this collection, which is an expansion of the "Four Stories" previously poublished by Les Editions du Zaporogue, Jerry Wilson makes us dive into the large and crazy world of the Boise park ranger Swiveller - stories of loneliness, social depravation and warped humor linking with the roots of American writing at its best. Fortunately, Jerry Wilson has been recoignized in France, where "Swiveller" has been published by French publisher Zanzibar under the title "Parc Avenue", and has met well-deserved critical acclaim.
Nouveau numéro de la revue littéraire et artistique le Zaporogue
New issue of the
Avec / with :
Christian Bonde Korsgaard
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The first collection of the Danish post-Beat poet Ole Wesenberg, a mystical-punk assemblage of daily reflections and lyrical visions, laced with psychedelic-fueled humor...
Poetry has been too nice for the past twenty years, letting ready-made emotions and esthætics seep behind its rib-cage. Now is the time for some serious defibrillation...
Fifty percent diary, fifty percent dreams and a a hundred percent poetry, this collection is the living proof that Beat poetry isn't dead. Quite the opposite, in fact, as Celina Osuna proves it in this touching gathering of words, emotions and reflexions, anchored in reality but leading to other doors. A great feminine voice, that bridges between the ghosts of Beats past and a new generation of poets and dreamers.