Tuesday, May 12, 2015

INDEX

This blog was created to offer a single link through which readers may access all issues of GALATEA RESURRECTS (A POETRY ENGAGEMENT). For even more convenience, each issue's Table of Contents is replicated in prior posts below. To wit:


Issue #23, May 12, 2015:
http://galatearesurrection23.blogspot.com

Issue #23, Dec. 9, 2014:
http://galatearesurrection23.blogspot.com

Issue #22,  June 3, 2014:
http://galatearesurrection22.blogspot.com

Issue #21, Jan. 13, 2014:
http://galatearesurrection21.blogspot.com

Issue #20, May 13, 2013:
http://galatearesurrection20.blogspot.com/

Issue #19, Dec. 17, 2012:
http://galatearesurrection19.blogspot.com/

Issue #18, May 30, 2012:
http://galatearesurrection18.blogspot.com/

Issue #17, Dec. 22, 2011:
http://galatearesurrection17.blogspot.com/

Issue #16, April 5, 2011:
http://galatearesurrection16.blogspot.com/

Issue #15, Dec. 7, 2010:
http://galatearesurrection15.blogspot.com/

Issue #14, May 5, 2010:
http://galatearesurrection14.blogspot.com/

Issue #13, Dec. 22, 2009:
http://galatearesurrection13.blogspot.com/

Issue #12, May 20, 2009:
http://galatearesurrection12.blogspot.com/

Issue #11, December 17, 2008:
http://galatearesurrection11.blogspot.com/

Issue #10, July 31, 2008:
http://galatearesurrection10.blogspot.com/

Issue #9, March 31, 2008:
http://galatearesurrection9.blogspot.com/

Issue #8, November 30, 2007:
http://galatearesurrection8.blogspot.com/

Issue #7, August 31, 2007:
http://galatearesurrection7.blogspot.com/

Issue #6, May 24, 2007:
http://galatearesurrection6.blogspot.com/

Issue #5, February 14, 2007:
http://galatearesurrection5.blogspot.com/

Issue #4, November 30, 2006:
http://galatearesurrection4.blogspot.com/

Issue #3, August 24, 2006:
http://galatearesurrection3.blogspot.com/

Issue #2, May 17, 2006:
http://galatearesurrection2.blogspot.com/

Inaugural Issue, March 15, 2006:
http://galatearesurrection.blogspot.com/

Monday, May 11, 2015

ISSUE NO. 24: TABLE OF CONTENTS

[N.B. You can scroll down on blog or click on highlighted titles or names to go directly to the referenced article.]


EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION


NEW REVIEWS
Cat Tyc reviews THE TATTERS by Brenda Coultas

Deborah Poe and John Bloomberg-Rissman engage To look at the sea is to become what one is: An Etel Adnan Reader (2 vol. set), Eds. Thom Donovan and Brandon Shimoda

Richard Lopez reviews missing the kisses of eloquence and Coming Ashore on Fire, both by Michael Dennis

Laura Carter reviews Called by Kate Greenstreet

The Rev. Dr. Thomas C. Marshall reviews Pregrets by Anselm Berrigan


Sarah Sarai reviews Woodnote by Christine Deavel

April Joseph reviews not so, sea by Mg Roberts

Joel Chace reviews Justified Sonnets by James McLaughlin

Eileen Tabios engages As They Fall by Ivy Johnson

Sheila Bare reviews What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned by Sherman Alexie

Laura Carter reviews Hello, My Meat by Daniel Beauregard

Neil Leadbeater reviews Port Light: A Hay(na)ku Collection by William Allegrezza


Sally Heggeman reviews Organic Furniture Cellar by Jessica Smith


Eileen Tabios engages DON’T LET ME BE LONELY: AN AMERICAN LYRIC by Claudia Rankine

Michael S. Judge reviews Schedule of Unrest: Selected Poems by John Wilkinson

Min Gu Kim and Jongyoon Choi review The Coal Life
 by Adam Vines

Veronica Montes reviews The Descartes Highlands by Eric Gamalinda

Eileen Tabios engages Selected Amazon Reviews by Kevin Killian, Edited by Brent Cunningham

Neil Leadbeater reviews Vuelo Subterráneo / Subterranean Flight by Mario Melendz

Sheila Bare reviews Salu-Salo: In Conversation with Filipinos: An Anthology of Philippine-Australian Writings, Edited by Jose Wendell P. Capili and John Cheeseman

Tom Beckett reviews Sixty Morning Talks by Andy Fitch

Eileen Tabios engages STATE OF THE UNION by Susan Lewis

Neil Leadbeater reviews The River Is Rising and Where The Road Turnsboth by Patricia Jabbeh Wesley

Eileen Tabios engages TREMBLING HAND EQUILIBRIUM by Barry Schwabsky


Amanda [Ngoho] Reavey reviews As We Know by Amaranth Borsuk and Andy Fitch

Eileen Tabios engages BRASH ICE: NEW POEMS by Djelloul Marbrook

Zaki Refai reviews Eunoia by Christian Bök

Ole Kauert reviews Eunoia by Christian Bök

Neil Leadbeater reviews Home and Away: The Old Town Poems by Kevin Miller

Jonas Schallenberg reviews PERSEPOLIS: The Story of a Childhood by Marjane Satrapi

Parker Bryant reviews The Tapeworm Foundry by Darren Wershler

Eileen Tabios engages Driving to the Bees by Maggie Schwed

John Bloomberg-Rissman engages Homage to Etel AdnanEdited by Lindsey Boldt, Steve Dickison & SamanthA Giles

Parker Bryant reviews The Arrival by Shaun Tan

Jonas Schallenberg reviews The Arrival by Shaun Tan

Eileen Tabios engages The Loveliest Vein of our Lives by Neil Leadbeater

Jonas Schallenberg reviews Meanwhile by Jason Shiga

Zaki Refai reviews Meanwhile by Jason Shiga



Billie Chernicoff reviews A Poetry Reading by Brenda Coultas Reading The Tatters on Heart’s Content Road


POET INTERVIEWS
Tom Beckett interviews Márton Koppány

Richard Lopez interviews Stefan Hyner


FEATURED ESSAY


THE CRITIC WRITES POEMS


FEATURED POETS



FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE

Garin Cycholl reviews Uncontainable Noise by Steve Davenport

Meriwether Clarke reviews The Tribute Horse by Brandon Som





Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Issue No. 23: TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION


NEW REVIEWS
Bill Scalia reviews A MESSENGER COMES by Rachel Tzvia Back


Steve Dickison reviews WRITTEN 1976–2013 by P. Inman


Tom Beckett reviews WRITTEN 1976-2013 by P. Inman

Eileen Tabios engages IN THE ICE HOUSE and SETTINGS FOR THESE SCENES, both by Genevieve Kaplan

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews SONNETS by Anonymous

Mark Young engages BEYOND THE OHLALA MOUNTAINS: POEMS 1968-2002 by Alan Brunton, Edited by Michele Leggott & Martin Edmond


Djelloul Marbrook reviews MALANGA CHASING VALLEJO: SELECTED POEMS BY CESAR VALLEJO, New Translations and Notes by Gerard Malanga

Eileen Tabios engages MANUAL and IMAGEMS 1, both by Richard Berengarten

Pam Brown reviews INDIRECT OBJECTS by Louis Armand

Allen Bramhall reviews HOME AMONG THE SWINGING STARS: COLLECTED POEMS OF JAIME DE ANGULO, Editor Stefan Hyner, with an essay by Andrew Schelling

Eileen Tabios engages  “The Way In,” a poem in DARK. SWEET. NEW & SELECTED POEMS by Linda Hogan

Jennifer Campbell reviews GOING WITH THE FLOW by Peter Siedlecki

Eileen Tabios engages TO KEEP TIME by Joseph Massey

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews #! by Nick Montfort

Eileen Tabios engages #! by Nick Montfort

Bill Scalia reviews GEMOLOGY by Megan Kaminski

Eileen Tabios engages BOMBYONDER by Reb Livingston

Allen Bramhall reviews I-FORMATION BOOK 2 by Anne Gorrick
                        

Eileen Tabios engages IATE THE COSMOS FOR BREAKFAST by Melissa Studdard

Tom Jenks reviews THE ROTTWEILER’S GUIDE TO THE DOG OWNER by SJ Fowler

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews AFTER-CAVE by Michelle Detorie

Eileen Tabios engages AFTER-CAVE by Michelle DeTorie


Eileen Tabios engages A STRANGER’S TABLE by Anne Brooke

Rebecca Loudon reviews THE FINNISH ORCHESTRA by Kathryn Rantala

Zach Choi, Andrzej Richardson & Jeffrey Simonetti review STRAIGHT RAZOR by Randall Mann

Eileen Tabios engages POEMS FOR THE TIME CAPSULE, collected by David Watts

Heather Sweeney reviews THE MEATGIRL WHATEVER by Kristin Hatch

Eileen Tabios engages THROW    N by James Wagner, Poems to paintings by Bracha L. Ettinger

Bill Scalia reviews A DISTURBANCE IN THE AIR by Michelle Poulos

Eileen Tabios engages OTHERWISE, MY LIFE IS ORDINARY by Bobby Byrd

SS Prasad engages COMPLETE MINIMAL POEMS by Aram Saroyan, 1st edition and 2nd Edition (Edited by Aram Saroyan and James Hoff)
 and its review in GR #22 by Eileen Tabios

Eileen Tabios engages BY THE HOURS: SELECTED POEMS EARLY & UNCOLLECTED and THE AMERICANEYE, both by Eric Hoffman

Bill Scalia reviews STAINED GLASS WINDOWS OF CALIFORNIA by Julien Poirier

Neil Leadbeater reviews SELECTED POEMS by Mark Ford
Eileen Tabios engages SALSA by Hsia Yu, Trans. from the Chinese by Steve Bradbury

Bill Scalia reviews COMES UP TO FACE THE SKIES by Steve Gilmartin

Eileen Tabios engages I DIDN’T KNOW MANI WAS A CONCEPTUALIST by Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingde

Bill Scalia reviews MAO’S PEARS by Kenny Tanemura

Eileen Tabios engages ON LIBERTY, REPRESSED by Tom Jenks

Allen Bramhall reviews SKY LANTERNS: NEW POETRY FROM CHINA, FORMOSA AND BEYONDEdited by Fiona Sze-Lorrain and Frank Stewart

Eileen Tabios engages LIFE IN THE ORDOVICIAN: SELECTED POEMS by Robert Murphy

Grace C. Ocasio Reviews ROUTES HOME by Crystal Simone Smith

Eileen Tabios engages THE WAY WE LIVE by Burt Kimmelman

Marthe Reed reviews STATE OF THE UNION by Susan Lewis

Neil Leadbeater reviews SARAH – OF FRAGMENTS by Julie Carr

Eileen Tabios engages THEY TALK ABOUT DEATH by Alessandra Bava

Bill Scalia reviews MINIATURES by Meredith Cole

Neil Leadbeater reviews A TOAST IN THE HOUSE OF FRIENDS by Akilah Oliver

Eileen Tabios engages THE SPEED OF OUR LIVES by Grace C. Ocasio

Bill Scalia reviews WOMAN IN THE PAINTING by Andrea Hollander Budy

Amanda [Ngoho] Reavey reviews HANDIWORK by Amaranth Borsuk


Eileen Tabios engages THE SHAPE OF A BOX by Grace Curtis

Tom Beckett engages A PRINCESS MAGIC PRESTO SPELL by Lisa Jarnot



FEATURED POETS



THE CRITICS WRITE POEMS




INTERVIEW
Neil Leadbeater interviews Jane Seabourne


FEATURED ESSAY


FEATURED (WORD) ARTIST)
Darrell Nettles


FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE
Brandon Som reviews FROM UNINCORPORATED TERRITORY: [GUMA] by Craig Santos Perez

Jeff Von Ward Reviews WE, MONSTERS by Zarina Zabrisky

Takeema Hoffman Reviews NOCHITA by Dia Felix

Takeema Hoffman Reviews A HISTORY OF BROKEN LOVE THINGS by SB Stokes

Maia Kobabe Reviews MULTIPLE WARHEADS: ALPHABET TO INFINITY by Brandon Graham

Alexandra Gilliam Reviews BESIDE MYSELF by Ashley Farmer


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Monday, June 02, 2014

Issue No. 22: TABLE OF CONTENTS

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION



NEW REVIEWS
Nicholas James Whittington reviews JOIE DE VIVRE: SELECTED POEMS 1992-2012 by Lisa Jarnot



Aileen Ibardaloza engages VERSES TYPHOON YOLANDA: A STORM OF FILIPINO POETSEdited by Eileen R. Tabios

T.C. Marshall reviews READING THE UNSEEN (OFFSTAGE) HAMLET by Stephen Ratcliffe

Thomas Fink reviews It is Well Known,” a poem from NEW AND SELECTED POEMS by Harriet Zinnes

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews ZEN by Jessica Smith

Wilfredo Pascua Sanchez reviews COMPANIONABLE VOICES: FIVE FILIPINO POETS

T.C. Marshall reviews STELE by Cole Swensen

Richard Lopez reviews AMERICAN HAIKU by Jonathan Hayes

Aileen Ibardaloza engages THE ACHARNIANS by Aristophanes. Translation by Douglass Parker


Eileen Tabios engages IMAGINED SONS by Carrie Etter

Greta Aart reviews MICROGRAMS by Jorge Carrera Andrade, Translated by Alejandro de Acosta and Joshua Beckman


Eileen Tabios engages FATE LINES / DESIRE LINES by Caleb Puckett

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews DISTURBANCE by Ivy Alvarez 

Marton Koppany engages the FOURTH INTERNATIONAL TEXT FESTIVAL, Curated by Tony Trehy, Philip Davenport, Susan Lord, Diana Hamilton and KFS Press

Neil Leadbeater reviews COLLECTED POEMS by Patricia Dobler

Tom Hibbard reviews APOLLO:  A BALLET BY IGOR STRAVINSKY by Geoffrey Gatza

Eileen Tabios engages THE ANTS and INSECT COUNTRY (B), both by Sawako Nakayasu

John Bloomberg-Rissman reviews IN THE HOUSE UN-AMERICAN by Benjamin Hollander

Eileen Tabios engages MEMORY HOLES by Erin Virgil

Tom Beckett reviews THE TV SUTRAS by Dodie Bellamy

Eileen Tabios engages HOARD by Jaime Robles

David Rudolph reviews SOUVENIR by Aimee Suzara

Eileen Tabios engages COMPLETE MINIMAL POEMS by Aram Saroyan (2nd Edition), Edited by Aram Saroyan and James Hoff

Neil Leadbeater reviews FIND THE GIRL and DANCE, both by Lightsey Darst

Eileen Tabios engages SIX PORTRAITS by Julie Danho

Tom Beckett engages NO, WAIT. YEP. DEFINITELY STILL HATE MYSELF by Robert Fitterman

Neil Leadbeater reviews DEAR GOOD NAKED MORNING by Ruth L Schwartz

Marton Koppany reviews I USED TO (2012) by Sarah Sanders
in THE DARK WOULD ANTHOLOGY OF LANGUAGE ART, edited by Philip Davenport

Cherise Wyneken reviews THE GLASS SHIP by Judy Wells


FEATURED POET



THE CRITIC WRITES POEMS


FEATURED ESSAY
  

FROM OFFLINE TO ONLINE
Burt Kimmelman reviews NEW ORLEANS VARIATIONS AND PARIS OUROBOROS by Paul Pines



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