THE ART OF COLLABORATION

Today I finished designing the cover for The Art of Collaboration: Poets, Artists, Books (edited by Anca Cristofovici & Barbara Montefalcone). On Monday, we’ll go to press! Contributors include: Susan Bee; Bill Berkson; Charles Bernstein & Richard Tuttle; Olivier Brossard; Antoine Cazé; Antoine Coron; Anca Cristofovici; Gervais Jassaud; Vincent Katz; Constance Lewallen; Barbara Montefalcone; Pascal […]

THE LATEST

So here’s the latest news from Cuneiform. We have, not one, not two, not three, but four books on press at the moment that will soon be available wherever books are sold. And boy, are we psyched. Check this out: Sommer Browning’s The Circle Book  Jim Dine’s Poems to Work On: The Collected Poems of Jim […]

SPECIAL OFFER for 2015

To kick the new year off right we’re offering our first three titles of 2015 at a 30% discount. These include: Sommer Browning’s The Circle Book  Jim Dine’s Poems to Work On: The Collected Poems of Jim Dine (edited by Vincent Katz) The Art of Collaboration: Poets, Artists, Books (edited by Anca Cristofovici & Barbara […]

THE POET AS PRINTER

‘The reason for this pamphlet and for the whole series published by COSMEP lies in the fact that the commercial channels of publishing literature have been clogged with an enormous overload of pulp. Increasingly, the poet must take his work to the small independent presses, or-as many of us have done-start our own imprint. Self-publishing […]

ROBERT DUNCAN’S PREFACE TO MAPS 6

In 1970 with the publication of TRIBUNALS Passages 31-35 by Black Sparrow Press, I insisted upon the issue of an accompanying booklet in which the manuscript pages from my notebook and my typescript for at least one poem [“The Feast“] were to be reproduced for comparison with the printed copy, along with the following text […]

Truth amid the Alien Corn

Thanks to Alastair Johnston for contributing this essay on Anselm Hollo & Ted Berrigan’s Doubletalk to the site today. KS “I am writing another kind of poetry, And some of my poems are beautiful to me.”—Fern Gravel A clever, artistic and rather formal document captures a moment in American literature that many know about and a […]

TED GREENWALD’S CON DOT CHAPBOOK

This morning I ran off 150 copies of the cover for Ted Greenwald’s Don Dot chapbook. We sure did work hard on the hardcover edition, but we realize that a $500 book is prohibitive for some people, and that’s part of the reason only 26 copies were produced. I don’t think there’s anything wrong with going […]