This is interesting, too. The Schizoanalysis Map of Terms. I'm beginning A Thousand Plateaus again. I can't wait to be able to bug Chris Higgs about it. Assemblage and rhizome are gasoline and fire in my brain right now. The internet is crawling with cool commentary and explanations of concepts in Deleuze & Guattari. I enjoy the subtitle: Capitalism and Schizophrenia.
Still available but in short supply: ML Press subscriptions. Just check out the lineup and you'll see why the chapbooks are selling out so quickly.
The price is ridiculously good, too. Just this side of violating free will.
The superfantasticalwaysexcellent Matt Bell's chapbook How the Broken Lead the Blind is, of course, available for pre-order from Willows Wept Press. The cover art HtBLtB is by Christy Call. See Christy and Ryan Call's collaborative chapbook Pocket Finger; you will be looking at the images in your head long after you have finished reading/seeing. In the six or so years I've known Matt, he has always been balls to the wall in everything he does, and this is no exception. This chapbook is blurbed by Steven Gillis, Ryan Call, William Walsh, Michael Kimball, J.A. Tyler, Dan Wickett, Dave Housley, Steven McDermott, Michael Czyzniejewski, and Gary Amdahl, which is by far the most blurbs I've ever seen for a chapbook. I think that may be a record of some sort. Nice work, Matt.
Yeah, so Issue 4 of Baltimore is Reads is now plastered online as well as strategically random places around Baltimore. There is work by:
A and B
Larry O. Dean
Kendra Grant Malone
My piece entitled "The Everyday Juggernaut" is, thanks to Adam Robinson, in an unintentional gathering/loitering place in a place of employment, as well as here, where you can loiter, too, if you'd like. No one will stop you.
That's right, entitled.