Siglio Press has released a book on poet Bernadette Mayer’s project Memory, in which she wrote and took photos every day during July 1971, creating a lyrical testament to a moment in a life, intimately conjured yet still inevitably out of reach.
A Houston artist turns outdated manuals, phone books, and encyclopedias into visually striking sculptures.
The author of The Prettiest Star explores a variety of archives to help him capture the specific spirit and look of the eighties.
“Write what you do not know, which I think is particularly helpful because—not to sound too much like Socrates—I’m not really convinced that anyone knows anything.” —John Elizabeth Stintzi, author of Vanishing Monuments
Poet and journalist Alissa Quart is bringing documentary poetry to major media outlets.
A photographer explores the process of creating visual narratives in Children of Grass, an expansive three-year poetry portraiture project for which he asked poets to pose for a concept based on a poem by each subject.