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Attention Span 2012 | Barry Schwabsky

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Adriano Spatola, trans. Paul Vangelisti | The Position of Things: Collected Poems 1961-1992 | Green Integer | 2008

Amelia Rosselli | É vostra la vita che ho perso: conversazioni e interviste, 1964-1995 | Le lettere | 2011

Amy De’Ath | Eric & Enide | Salt | 2010

Amy King | I Want to Make You Safe | Litmus | 2011

Arthur Rimbaud, trans. John Ashbery | Illuminations | Norton | 2011

Denise Riley | Time Lived, Without Its Flow | Capsule | 2012

Dennis Barone | Parallel Lines | Shearsman | 2011

Frances Richard | The Phonemes | Les Figues | 2011

Gennady Aygi, trans. Sarah Valentine | Into the Snow: Selected Poems | Wave | 2011

John Yau | Egyptian Sonnets | Rain Taxi | 2012

Seyhan Erozcelik, tr. MuratNemet-Nejat | Rosestrikes and Coffee Grinds | Talisman | 2010

Simon Smith | Gravesend | Veer | 2011

Susana Gardner | from Idylls & Rushes | Dusie | 2011

Susana Gardner | Herso | Black Radish | 2011

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Barry Schwabsky is art critic for The Nation and co-editor of international reviews for Artforum. He writes about poetry for Hyperallergic Weekend among others. His recent publications include 12 Abandoned Poems (Kilmog Press, 2010) and Vitamin P2: New Perspectives in Painting (Phaidon Press, 2011). This fall Abaton Book Company will release A Voice Hears You from Mysterious Places, a cd of poetry with music by Marianne Nowottny.

This is Barry Schwabsky’s first contribution to Attention Span. Back to 2012 directory.

Written by Steve Evans

September 25, 2012 at 2:54 pm

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