Sunday, July 19, 2009

if yer interested, i have work in 'a sing economy'

Flim Forum Press volumes Oh One Arrow and A Sing Economy are now on sale for only $8 each (over 50% off, includes S & H). ^Oh^ and ^Sing^ contain extensive chapbook-size selections from a wide range of exciting contemporary poets (see below). Help fund our current and future projects by purchasing one of these, our foundational volumes, at an exceptionally low price! Go to for more info, or see:

Oh One Arrow:
7x9, 208 pages

from Brandon Shimoda's "The Alps"; Thom Donovan's "Devotions"; poems by Jonathan Minton; Adam Golaski's "Voice Notes"; from Lori Anderson Moseman's "All Steel"; Katie Kemple's "Plant Poems"; Chris Fritton's "The String Witness"; poems by Eric Gelsinger; and Jacqueline Lyons; and John Cotter; prose poems + by Jeff Paris; a clutch of Michael Ives' lyric
constructions; poems by Jaime Corbacho; Matthew
Klane's "The- Associated Press"; meditations from "the 40 Stations of Mansour Al-Hallaj" by Pierre Joris; and Aaron Lowinger's blog project, "Moundz", in print! w/ cover and insert drawings by Luke Daly.

A Sing Economy:
7x9, 256 pages

from Kate Schapira's "How We Saved the City"; Barrett Gordon as "Bartimus"; two of eleven cantos from Jennifer Karmin's "aaaaaaaaaalice"; from Stephanie Strickland's "Huracan's Harp"; from "The New Poetics" by Mathew Timmons; Kaethe Schwehn's "Tanka"s; "Sin is to Celebration", elisions by Amanda Ackerman and Harold Abramowitz; "Sketches" by Jaye
Bartell; Jessica Smith's notebook-scrawled "Cortland"; from David Pavelich's "Boxelder"; "[Bestiary With A Broken Window & A Thin Though Not Unkind Smattering of Light]" by Erin M. Bertram; poems by Laura Sims - On Murder; from Deborah Poe's "Elements"; a collaboration, "Voyage", from a.rawlings and fran├žois luong; from Michael Slosek's "A Sequence for Cinematic History"; from Kevin Thurston's "SPECIAL MANAGE MEET"; soundscapes by Hannah Rodabaugh; and all "The A Down" by Tawrin Baker. w/ three of Scott Puccio's fleeting films gracing the cover.


Meanwhile, here's what some critical readers are writing about Flim's
latest, The Alps, by Brandon Shimoda:

Jared White in Harp & Altar...

Brandon Downing in Jacket...

Ching-In Chen in Galatea Resurrects...

To purchase The Alps, or get more info, go here:

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