Interim: Volume 29 (“the eco issue”)

The new issue of Interim is now out.  It’s a special  “eco issue” in three wonderful sections:

SECTION 1 (Christopher Arigo, editor). Kimberly Burwick, Todd Fredson, John Gallaher, Kevin Goodan, Crag Hill, Alice Jones, Michael Kroesche, Tod Marshall, Michael McLane, Hoa Nguyen, Elizabeth Robinson, Linda Russo, Sarah Vap.

SECTION 2 (Matthew Cooperman, editor). Karen Leona Anderson, Amy Catanzano, Alfonso D’Aquino (trans. Forrest Gander), Merrill Gilfillan, Brenda Iijima, Aby Kaupang, Sally Keith, John Kinsella, Patrick Pritchett, Stephen Ratcliffe, Martha Ronk, Tomaž Šalamun (trans. Brian Henry), Sasha Steensen, Susan Stewart, G.C. Waldrep, Keith Waldrop, Elizabeth Willis, Sam Witt.

SECTION 3 (Jonathan Skinner, editor). Jen Hofer & Hillary Mushkin, CAConrad, Ian Demsky, Diane di Prima, Alison Pelegrin, Jack Collom, Marcella Durand, Benjamin Friedlander, Laura Elrick, Heidi Lynn Staples, Cara Benson, Ann Fisher-Wirth & Gara Gillentine, Sheryl St. Germain, E.J. McAdams, Michael Leong, Christine Leclerc, Timothy Bradford, Evelyn Reilly, Arielle Greenberg, Jared Schickling, Laura Mullen, Sharon Mesmer, Philip Metres, Kristen Baumliér, Brenda Hillman, Rodrigo Toscano, Martha Serpas & Heidi Lynn Staples, Brett Evans & Frank Sherlock, Keaton Nguyen Smith, Abby Reyes, JenMarie Davis, Jennifer Scappettone, Allison Adelle Hedge Coke, Michael Rothenberg, Andrew Schelling, Jonathan Skinner, Cecilia Vicuña, & illustrations by Kristen Baumliér.

I’m just making my way through this now and am barely scratching the surface.  This is a great resource and I heartily thank the editors for bringing this into the world–and I particularly thank Jonathan Skinner for his great comments.  My piece, dedicated to E.J. McAdams, involved cutting up a small part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

~ by Michael Leong on October 17, 2011.

One Response to “Interim: Volume 29 (“the eco issue”)”

  1. […] Unknown) and several other chapbooks. Her poems have appeared in ecopoetics, Horse Less Review, Interim, New American Writing, Shearsman, Summer Stock, Tinfish and elsewhere. Her essay “Precious, […]

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