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"Pennsound for the People" — roy An archive/podcast of contemporary leftist poetry and poetics. This project is like pennsound but for any poet, come and read your poems your entire chapbook your essays your shopping lists.
 
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Was Gertrude Stein a fascist? Alan Dershowitz thinks so. References: Dershowitz: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/met-gertrude-stein-collaborator_b_1467174 Perloff response: https://jacket2.org/article/short-response-alan-dershowitz Barabara Will fed site: https://www.neh.gov/humanities/2012/marchapril/feature/the-strange-politics-gertrude-stein Rena…
 
today I'm joined by Ava Hofmann (@st_somatic) to discuss Franco "Bifo" Berardi's The Uprising: On Poetry and Finance and we took a lot of detours. read ava and Sporazine!! here's a list of ava's reading recs from this episode lmao Cecilia Vicuña - Saborami Never Angeline Nørth - Sea Witch Testo Junkie - Paul B. Preciado Cyborg Manifesto - Donna J. …
 
today i'm reading a little bit from my thesis on bonney and from his Commons. Very grateful to the comrades I've been corresponding with re: seiretic verse and who are helping me develop my theories there, specifically margo, r.m. haines, and dom. If you wanna read along here's a scan of the book from when I worked in a library lmao https://www.dro…
 
download & order here! https://gumroad.com/l/smokerings Jonce Marshall Palmer is a non-binary poet, student, and activist living in Tallahassee. They are the author of the chapbooks Searching for Smoke Rings and the forthcoming Anti Pastoral. jonce's twitter: https://twitter.com/masterofmusix their website: https://jmpalmer.carrd.co/…
 
As we continue to critique poetry's entanglement with empire, with power, and with ferocious capital, it is imperative to find poetry unafraid of telling, not showing-- poetry which begins to forge transnational possibilities for solidarity, support, and exchange. From Chile to Palestine, Chicago to Beirut, the poets in this episode name and attack…
 
a message from Tom! // in the spirit of Halloween, here's one of my favorite books I've ever recorded, called Nursery Rhymes for Children of Darkness, written by Gladys Oaks way back in I think 1928. I know almost nothing about her except that she gained some small notoriety for a hot af poem called "Climax" (in the book!) and that she also publish…
 
Vahni Capildeo writes both poetry and prose. Her fourth book, Dark & Unaccustomed Words, is due out this year. She is a Lecturer at Kingston University (UK) and Contributing Editor for the Caribbean Review of Books. Vivek Narayanan’s first book, Universal Beach, will be published by ingirumimusnocteetconsumimurigni this spring; his second, Mr. Subr…
 
in Philadelphia at Wooden Shoe Books. All my thanks to KM for organizing and hosting; to Paintbucket and James for gathering us together in the first place, in this very online way; to Isobel for her generous recording and editing; to Ronnie for driving down to Philly with me in the rain; to Brendan for driving 7 hours from Cleveland to read; to Pa…
 
Today I'm reading my translations of Ernst Toller's Poems of the Imprisoned, which you can download here, and following that I read the original German, which you can find here. Keep an eye out for my discussion of this work with Roy over on the Marxist Poetry podcast! follow @mathildork & @prolesound and come read your poems on the pod! TIMESTAMPS…
 
WELCOME TO PROLESOUND!! biggest thanks to James for joining us for our FIRST EPISODE!! James is poetry editor over at Protean and the all-consuming world-devouring brain behind Paintbucket.page. James's work: (Carnival in) "The Last Decade: The Communists vs. Climate Catastrophe" (full zine @ Protean) Nightshift of the Lepus // Follow prolesound //…
 
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