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from A to Z by Etel Adnan; hand drawn black ink border, title and author name written in large handwritten black ink

From A-Z by Etel Adnan: on Small Press Publishing and our second digital-critical edition.

is it is it is it that you prefer the raven and the cow to me ie: the language and the cloud?   Etel Adnan, from “From A to Z”   Welcome to the new digital-critical edition of Etel Adnan‘s From A to Z (originally published by The Post-Apollo Press, 1982) in collaboration with CUNY […]

Etel Adnan contributor photo, in front of painting with colorful squares

An Evening of Poetry for Etel Adnan: Light’s New Measure & Journey To Mount Tamalpais

  Where are we? In the middle, at the beginning, the end? Who is we, is it you plus me, or something else expandable, explosive, the salt and pepper of our thoughts the something that may outlast our divinities? – Etel Adnan in There (The Post-Apollo Press, 1997)   This Winter the Guggenheim presented Etel […]

Place magazine homepage for issue number three showing contributors' names in a column on the left and a grid of colored squares on the right

Experimental Writing and Beyond — Joan Retallack Interviewed at Place

The following is an excerpt from Jan Baetens’ interview with Joan Retallack, “Experimental Writing and Beyond An interview with Joan Retallack,” in the January 2021 issue of Place magazine. Baetens:  …[Y]ou repeatedly draw attention to a certain analogy between scientific experimentation and poetic writing. The scope of this analogy seems clear, but what are the […]

Simone Fattal contributor photo, indoors in front of painting with a red half-circle

Simone Fattal discusses The Post-Apollo Press

The first major exhibition at Bergen Kunsthall in 2020 was a comprehensive presentation of the works by the Lebanese-American artist Simone Fattal. Fix Your Gaze on Saturn’s Rings included a selection of publications by Post-Apollo Press, illustrated both by Fattal herself and by her life partner, the poet and painter Etel Adnan. The books presented […]

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