Tag Archives: Larry Smith

“Echolocation” in CALIBAN #27

“Echolocation,” a portion of my long poem “Barely Holding Distant Things Apart,” has just been published in issue #27 of CALIBAN magazine, edited by Larry Smith. While a print version of the title poem appeared in ASYLUM magazine, edited by Greg Boyd, the video version that includes the collaboration with sculptor Mineko Grimmer, is available on-line. Other contributors to this new issue of CALIBAN include Anthony Seidman, James Grabill, Ray Gonzalez, Cathie Sandstrom, Jeff Harrison, Guy R. Beining, Andrew Joron, Timothy Liu, Karen Garthe, Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, Gerald Vizenor, and George Kalamaras.

http://calibanonline.com/27/

Caliban — Issue Number 17

Larry Smith sent me a notice last night that issue number 17 of Caliban magazine is now on-line. This particular issue includes one of my personal favorites of all the poems I have ever written, “Speed Ratios.” The issue includes not only poetry but some extraordinary visual art, too.

www.calibanonline.com