In the tradition of one of Boston’s greatest magazines, Cid Corman’s Origin, we go deeply into a few poets, regions, and cultures in each issue.
In spoKe 9 we pay homage to the great playwright, fiction writer, and poet Ed Bullins. We are also proud to exhibit Charles Martin’s new translations of Horace’s Odes, and translations of the Haitian poet Marie-Célie Agnant by Danielle Legros Georges. Suzanne Mercury’s HIVE is buzzing and once again we serialize Amanda Cook of Gloucester’s Letters to Maximus. Our poetry section exhibits even more from Marc Vincenz, John Mulrooney, Wang Ping and David Blair. We also shine a light on Susan Eisenberg, William Doreski, and more Mark Pawlak. spoKe 9 has an incredible group of essays and reviews, notably Larry Smith on Kenneth Patchen’s Boston days, and Linda Norton on Charles Reznikoff. Joe Safdie on Charles Olson and Brooks Adams, and reviews of Suzanne Mercury, Ben Mazer, and Roland Pease.
spoKe issue 9
$15.00, paperback, 248 pages
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches