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Open your I
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endwar

Open your I, by endwar

endwar has put together a collection of ultra-minimalist poems that don’t just look at language, they catch language in the act of looking back at us. And then they wink. It is impossible to apply one single term to the range of work in this collection. It is at times concrete, at times typoem, at times visual poem, at times conceptual poem, at times typewriter poem, but at all times it is poetry at its finest. A review and an example:

(
my
hand
remembers
 
the shape
of your
hand
)

     —endwar

60 pages. $10, includes standard shipping within the Continental USA.

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Twenty-Six, by Meghan Brown
Glory Glory, by Matthew Leavitt Brown
Traditions, by Michael Aro
Tickets for the Broken Year, by Dan Lewis
The Light That Shatters Darkness: Poems From the Spartan Mine, by David Bond
Finding Betty Crocker, by Amy Alexander
when the river is hungry, the river eats, by Tyrel Kessinger
Trouble Shooting, by Magdalena Sørensen
In the Dreamed of Places, by Julia Klatt Singer
Small Pomes for Average People, by B. Mason
The Hoax of Contagion, by Michael Leong
The Roman Alphabet In Its Original Contexts, by Karl Young
Third Ear, by Richard Kahn
Wear White And Grieve, by Jennifer Diskin
Forest Frottage, by John Martone
Some Mythology, by Jessica Breheny
Psychosis, by Steve Giasson
The Inside Scoop, New and Selected Poems, by Carlos Colón
Smoke And The South, by Peter G Res
Of Collocated Rhythms, by Felino A. Soriano
Regular Expressions: the facebook status update poems., by Jenny Hill
Watching the Windows Sleep, by Tantra Bensko
Variations on Ten Rounds, by Matthew S. Hinton
The Lost Shoe, by Martha Deed
The Goatfish Alphabet, by Kristen McHenry
Body Art, by Wendel Scutti
Open your I, by endwar
Illusions Delusions and Dreams, by Neil Ellman
Missed Preflections, Refracting Back, & Other Vectors of Days, by Kellar Wilson
Escaped Without Injury, by Carol Clark Williams
Outpost Entropy, by Candace Kaucher
No L, by Jennifer Hill
Roman Holiday, by Eileen R. Tabios
Two Poems, by Michael Aro