Once again at Isola di Rifiuti, John Latta has a great post: while “looking for something only tangentially related to [James] Schuyler—a copy of anything indubitably typed on Frank O’Hara’s Museum of Modern Art office typewriter,” Latta discovered two unpublished Schuyler poems: Found: two (seemingly) previously unpublished James Schuyler poems. Or uncollected—neither is included in [.
A truly great feature and the Friday pick at BODY magazine: John Ashbery introduces us to the Turkish writer Erje Ayden, who some of you might know better as the pulp fiction writer behind the New York School. Ayden started out as a... Read Post
John Latta, at Isola di Rifiuti, more than posts Kent Johnson’s extraordinary poem “Forgotten American Poets of the 19th Century,” “a piece of excavatory goodwill, nigh pious in its delight, scintillose in its wit, partial to its su... Read Post