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Attention Span 2012 | Craig Dworkin

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Brian Ang, ed. | Armed Cell 3 | Armed Cell | 2012

“guppy / tension” [Maya Weeks]

Michael Cross | Katechon, lines 101-200 | Compline | 2012

“I am beaten by time, this eve, sleeps and no raveled sleep either—a non-existent narrative corresponding to a non-existent desire to explain”

Laurie Duggan | Allotments| Fewer & Further | 2011

“the notebook / steers towards November”

Crane Giamo | Gun Spread Butter | Pocalypstic / Delete | 2012

“ere / eve / all     pretty lit / youth / ish”

Peter Manson, trans. | Stéphane Mallarmé: The Poems in Verse | Miami UP | 2012

“I sense / the widowed stone divested fold by fold”

Sandra Ridley | Post-Apothecary | Pedlar | 2011

“I am breathing on my own but my fears are blunted flat”

Chuck Stebelton | Asterisk 13 | Fewer & Further | 2012

“the thumb string drones / a cabinet clock”

Eleni Stecopoulos | Daphnephoria | Compline | 2012

“no one young can see opacity’s protection / but no one can see like the young in the dark”

Mac Wellman | Rat Minaret | Little Red Leaves | 2012

“A medley of whacks / watted.”

Sara Wintz, ed. | The Feeling Is Mutual: A List of Our Fucking Demands| SPT Benefit | 2012

“I want volume and accuracy / why doesn’t this thing have any answers” [Paul Ebenkamp]

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Craig Dworkin has recently co-edited Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing (with Kenneth Goldsmith, Northwestern University Press, 2011) and The Sound of Poetry / The Poetry of Sound (with Marjorie Perloff, University of Chicago Press, 2010).

Craig Dworkin’s contributions to Attention Span for 2011201020092007. Return to 2012 directory.

Written by Steve Evans

October 23, 2012 at 9:20 am

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