Maureen Alsop (Mantic, Augury Books, 2013) has recently had several new pieces published online for the month of November. Spanning across text, sound, and video, as well as authorships and continents, they are a testament to the creative volume of Alsop’s work. See (and listen) below to receive a rounded view of her poetics.
Read a poem in Constraint, issue 48 of Australian poetry review Cordite.
A six-poem collaboration with the late Hillary Gravendyk has recently been published at The Volta in Arizona.
Listen to “Ensign March,” a poem from Mantic, translated into sound via telephone for Chicago-based Weird Deer.
View two video poems, “Vetiver” and “Thou,” at The Continental Review, an online journal devoted to video poetry and poetics.
Maureen Alsop’s MANTIC
Maureen Alsop (Mantic, Augury Books, 2013) has emerged with new pieces in her short video series for literary journal Your Impossible Voice. “Portentum” and “Esopus” now join “Sweepspear” and “Terrestris” to complete the YIV series.
Watch the videos for “Portentum” and “Esopus” here; find out more about YIV here.
Also, listen to Alsop read four new poems in this summer’s edition of Menacing Hedge, and check out her new work in First Literary Review-East.
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