Check out the announcement of Rebecca Brown's new book AMERICAN ROMANCES due out with City Lights in June.
"It's about America and high and low culture and Puritanism and Stein and John Wayne and my dad and Necco wafers and the Invisible Man and God."
I am seriously looking forward to digging in to some great essays here.
And up at Ron Slate's On the Seawall is his yearly recommendations list: Twenty-Four Poets Name Some Favorites to Celebrate National Poetry Month. I've already found several new (to me) titles to read.
After filling her house with trash, woman has to sleep outside. My Mother’s Garden is the story of Eugenia Lester, whose hoarding disorder has entered a dangerous and life threatening stage. Sound like anybody you know? Check out this fascinating and loving documentary here.