Ten Pages Press contributors Catfish McDaris and Craig Scott have just released a collaborative collection onto the world: Tales From A French Envelope. This beautiful hardcover book is available through Lulu.com. Direct link here.
Offering 38 now available: Recurring Childhood Nightmares by Chris Vola.
Decade in Review
aren’t even ironic
to fake hipsters
Offering 37 now available: It Ends In a Riot of Perfume by Alex Stolis.
In the evening, after rain
Rain is a language I can understand. The sky, a bruised pink
and purple. The sun is incomprehensible. No birds to fall
from flight, no sound but the rush of water. Hope you don’t
remember me. The way I waited for brittle bones to break,
the way I made a wish on the shorter half of the day you left.
Let’s be strangers again. This time we’ll learn to remember
differently. We’ll remember how to live with the loss of light.
Offering 36 now available: Mild Noir by Sarah Ahm.
The lamp extinguishes
While the first leaves of
my night wane
Offering 35 is now available: Proto-Barbarian Consumer Reflections by Pratap N Deb.
energy is produced and consumed. i will not conserve for fear of running out. rather i will consume and produce simultaneously. breakneck speed. like pink prostitute at the fore front of a speeding freight train. past the sound barrier at crackling lightning-harnesser-moment. instant oblivion. a million light-years in a moment. potential energy, battery ram. somewhere swirling a glowing elixir seemingly benign. impartial unknown. i will learn to yield it.
what is your form?
i go for three. always dancing, negotiating. movement produces energy. i consume every movement, every moment. produce every second. And theres’ at least a million moments in every second.
Offering 34 is now available: Biographical Notes for an Unrealized Project by Julian Jason Haladyn.
Raised in Georgetown, Ontario, Kathleen Frieburg is an MFA candidate whose work investigates the relationship between textual art and acts of physical and conceptual mediation. Her temporal installations, in which she buries forged documents containing random astronomical drawings and data, have been hidden in and around numerous historical sites across the globe beginning in 1973. Her contribution to this present project is part of an ongoing series titled Documents of Imagined Subjectivities Found Randomly within an Infinite Universe.
The 33rd offering from Ten Pages Press is now available: Everything Is Permitted by Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal.
Sunsets do not move me.
If it remained dark forever,
I would not mind. A daylong
moon in the sky would be
all right with me. Little stars
adorning the landscape
would keep me happy.