Mixed by Dan Godston.
We continue to remain committed to publishing a print journal yearly: the publication of the poems online in three installments (beginning 6 months after print publication) is intended to supplement and broaden the outreach of the print journal.
Our first installment of the poems from the 2014 issue went up in July 2014, and the second installment in October 2014. This is the final installment; you can now find the poems from the authors below, and all the rest, here.
R. A. Allen • Samuel Arizpe • Michael Bazzett • GF Boyer • Ronda Broatch • Jody Burke-Kaiser • Joanne M. Clarkson • Nina Corwin • Stephanie Dickinson • Laura Donnelly • Marc J. Frazier • Dan Godston • Jane Huffman • Elaine Johanson • Rachel Kubie • David Lazar • Federico García Lorca • Eitan Rubinfeld • Curtis Luckey • Nadra Mabrouk • Y. Madrone • Diane K. Martin • Teresa Milbrodt • Dave Nielsen • Nancy Pagh • Ricardo Pau-Llosa • Roger Pfingston • Alexis Pope • Megan Pugh • Doug Ramspeck • Rainer Maria Rilke • Susanne Petermann • Henry Rodgers • Michael Robins • Alida Rol • Tomaž Šalamun • Cintia Santana • Peter Schireson • Sarah J. Sloat • Jon Snider • Sarah Terry • Sara Tracey • Sara Wainscott • Mike White • Benjamin Winkler • William Winfield Wright
Sunday, April 6, 2014
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Featuring Illinois poets from RHINO 2014
plus past contributors at the open mike (space will be limited)
RHINO 2014 & other delicious publications and accoutrements
will be available for purchase & perusal.
COME AND TRY OUT YOUR NEW WORK ON US!
Evanston Public Library
Church & Orrington
1:30-4:30 — Room 108
Dan Godston teaches and lives in Chicago. His writings have appeared in Chase Park, After Hours, BlazeVOX, Versal, Beard of Bees, Drunken Boat, 580 Split, Kyoto Journal, The Smoking Poet, Horse Less Review, Moria, Apparatus Magazine, EOAGH, Requited Journal, Sentinel Poetry, and other print publications and online journals. His poem “Mask to Skin to Blood to Heart to Bone and Back” was nominated by the editors of 580 Split for the Pushcart Prize. He also composes and performs music, and he directs the Borderbend Arts Collective. dangodston.com.
TOPIC: Writing Oulipo and Surrealist poetry and short prose — a brief history and methods. That constraints are often used in liberating the poet is a fairly well known paradox — which we can explore, discuss, and try out. Participants may bring in some French and other examples, just for fun or for more serious purposes. You may also enjoy playing with the following web sites prior to the Forum: A Book of Surrealist Games (Shambala Publications); OULIPO (Drunken Boat)
Bring 17 or more copies (2 page limit) of a poem you want critiqued.
*$5 – $10 donation appreciated.
This project has been partially supported by grants from Poets & Writers and the Illinois Arts Council.