Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Otoliths[from the editor]

Issue seven of Otoliths has just gone live. It's as eclectic as ever, but that means there's something there for everybody. Lined up in this issue are Sheila E. Murphy, Nico Vassilakis, Anny Ballardini, Vernon Frazer, Matina L. Stamatakis, Geof Huth, Matt Hetherington, derek beaulieu, Andrew Taylor, Nigel Long, Marko Niemi, Michael Steven, Anne Heide, Mark Prejsnar, Márton Koppány, Jim Leftwich, Catherine Daly, Bill Drennan, Julian Jason Haladyn, Alexander Jorgensen, Jeff Harrison, Paul Siegell, Robert Gauldie, Martin Edmond, Raymond Farr, John M. Bennett, John M. Bennett & Friends, Andrew Topel & John M. Bennett, Andrew Topel, Mark Cunningham, Jeff Crouch, Randall Brock, Eileen R. Tabios, Jordan Stempleman, Daniel f. Bradley, Lars Palm, harry k stammer, Karri Kokko, Katrinka Moore, Tom Hibbard, dan raphael & David-Baptiste Chirot. It's what Hieronymous Bosch dreamt about, a Garden of Earthly Delights.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Out Now

Two new publications by Andrew Taylor

Temporary Residence [ISBN: 978-0-9555-7543-3]
collects poems and a piece of poetics from a residency at The Loft Space Gallery in Liverpool in early 2007. It is available as a PDF download and as a chapbook from Lulu and a chapbook from erbacce Press. 20 pages. To buy direct from Lulu click here. To contact erbacce Press click here.
also available
Poetry and Skin Cream [2nd edition] [ISBN:978-0-9555-7540-2]

with a poem omitted from the first edition. Available on-line at Lulu and direct from erbacce Press in the UK. Retailers to be announced. 26 pages. To buy direct from Lulu click here. To contact erbacce Press click here.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Coming soon...

A reprint of my 2004 chapbook Poetry and Skin Cream and a new collection, Temporary Residence are to be published by erbacce Press. The new artwork was designed by James at eyefever.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Poetry reading at Edge Hill University

Cornelius & Jones presents
Erin Mouré
Thursday 25th October 7.30pmTickets £3.50 all
Erín Mouré is one of Canada's most eminent and respected poets. Winner of the Governor General's Award for Furious and the Pat Lowther Memorial Award for Domestic Fuel, Mouré has published twelve books of poetry, including A Frame of the Book and Little Theatres (shortlisted for the Governor General's Award, the Griffin Prize and winner of the AM Klein prize).

She also has five books of poetry in translation, including Sheep's Vigil by a Fervent Person, short listed for the 2002 Griffin Poetry Prize and the 2002 City of Toronto Book Prize. Her latest book of poetry, O Cadoiro, appeared in April from House of Anansi in Canada.
Edge Hill’s Poetry and Poetics Group will also be launching its first CD.

This event will take place in Studio 4 of the Performing Arts Centre.

The Edge Hill Poetry and Poetics group members are:
Robert Sheppard, Andrew Taylor, Cliff Yates, Dee McMahon, Alice Lenkiewicz, Matt Fallaize and Angela Keaton.