Poetry | Chris Tysh, Editor
Based in Paris since 1992, poet Alice Notley has authored more than forty books, including the feminist epic, The Descent of Alette (1992), Disobedience (2001), For the Ride (2020), and Runes and Chords (2021), a collection of artwork. She edited the reissue of Ted Berrigan’s The Sonnets (2000) and with her sons, The Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan (2005). Coming After, her book of essays on poetry, appeared in 2005.
Poet and editor Peter Gizzi is the author of several collections of poetry, including Sky Burial: New & Selected Poems (2020), Now It’s Dark (2020), and Archeophonics (2016). With Kevin Killian, he co-edited My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer. He lives in Massachusetts.
Poet, writer, editor, and performer Quincy Troupe has authored twenty books, including Seduction: New Poems, 2013-2018 and Ghost Voices: A Poem in Prayer (2018). He co-wrote with Miles Davis Miles: The Autobiography (1989), which won the American Book Award. The film version of his memoir, Miles and Me will be released in 2023 and his new book of poems, Duende Poems, 1966-Now will be published in January 2022. Born in St. Louis, he lives in Harlem in New York City.
Born in Jounieh, Lebanon and based in Brooklyn, New York, Rachelle Rahmé is an independent scholar and poet, author of Count Thereof Upon the Other’s Limbs (2019). Her translation of Georges Bataille, 27 Poems on Death, was recently published by o•blēk editions (2021). She is a St. Mark’s Poetry Project fellow for 2021-2022.Based in Boulder, Colorado, poet, editor, and publisher Maureen Owen is aligned with the second generation of New York School Poets. As publisher of Telephone books and Telephone magazine, she put out more than thirty titles and nineteen issues. She is the author of the seminal Hearts in Space (Kulchur Press, 1980) and American Rush: Selected Poems (Talisman House 1998), whose latest publications are Erosion’s Pull (Coffee House) and Edges of Water (Chax Press).