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Updated: 2014-10-04T21:59:22.760-07:00



Be sure to check out onedit, if you haven't already.

Especially this great Alice Notley-poem.


Why with the same methods as in 1910?

You are many. Become your own employer(s).


everytime I come up with something to say (wich isn't too often)
Blogger seems to be down.

talking to the blinds



The Rain



World Book Disorder



New Season, part I





And now: Dusie #3. Contributions from very talented people, and from me. It's a great honour to be included.

Gennady Aygi (1934-2006)


I'm very sorry to hear that one of my favourite poets, Gennady Aygi, died in hospital on February 21.


Barbara Guest (1920-2006)

New Fascicle


A new edition of Fascicle (still hard to spell that) is up (via limetree). Large and possibly overwhelming. We're most exited by the New Poems from China-portfolio, with 12 chinese poets (in translation). As we're interested in the thought of collaborative poetry, we will also close-read the collaborations-section. Reminds us to put a printer on the wishlist.


this page is currently best viewed in Opera. (on the other hand Opera disables the Blogger post-editor for some reason). It is currently not looking too good in Firefox or Explorer. I will try to fix that.

"the Swedish Invasion"


New from Typomag: translations of Edith Södergran, Gunnar Björling, Henry Parland, Göran Sonnevi, Gunnar Harding, Ann Jäderlund, Jacques Werup, Lars Mikael Raatamaa, Johan Jönsson, Aase Berg, Jan Sjölund & Jenny Tunedal.

New moria e-book


New from moriapoetry: "mindfulness" by Lars Palm. (artwork by William Allegrezza).
Go check it out.
What's in a title?
The poems, like
"SHAME & SCANDAL IN THE FAMILY" "NOW WE'RE MOVING FURNITURE" & "HOW ABOUT FIXING THAT" , (to pick my three favorite titles from the book) seems to have very many similarities but how much is it the same poem?
If you haven't checked Morias ebooks before, do it now. Lars is in very good company there...



there might be longer posts eventually.


this blog will focus on literature and language.


other things in other places.


As I lowered my ambitions for my swedish litblog to: post at least once a week ( as opposed to post as often as possible) , blogging has been a lot more of a pleasant experience. This will be my ambition for this one too.


bad grammar and/or spelling, might not be intentional.


If anyones interested this is the official danish canon. (as commented here by Bookish, and here by the LS)



pseudonym net rareness
seymour pretends senna
temporary sunned sense
tremendousness napery
suspensory endearment
soreness underpayment
pseudonyms enters near
untransposed rye mense

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ways of spending time


(image) Type is art, is a flash interface where you can combine the shapes of the alphabet in any way you like that I found on minimalist concrete poetry.



Poems by me in the newest post from RealPoetik.
You can also read them here, on their new blog.
The poems are translated by new editor Lars Palm, who shares the duty with
Ana Bozicevic-Bowling.


So. This will be my new attempt to blog in English..
The Design, well I'm not finished with that yet..