Tuesday, December 18, 2012

new from above/ground press: Parlor, by Sarah Mangold

Sarah Mangold


She is behind us at this moment of first launching out. You’re the echo. How well

she bore the high spaciousness. Drove over eighty hours. Hers was an effectiveness.

Never a day she wasn’t drinking. Made its own terms in advance. My mind says

friend they’ve made you an enchanting table. Loosen up. You don’t begin

120 mg immediately. A well-shod foot extended to the blaze.

published in Ottawa by above/ground press
December 2012
a/g subscribers receive a complimentary copy

Sarah Mangold [see her new tumblr here] is the author of Electrical Theories of Femininity (forthcoming 2013, Pavement Saw Press) and Household Mechanics (New Issues, selected by C.D. Wright). Her most recent chapbooks include Cupcake Royale (above/ground press), I Meant to be Transparent (LRL e/editions), and An Antenna Called the Body (Little Red Leaves Textile Editions). From 2000-2009 she edited Bird Dog, a print journal of innovative writing and art and currently co-edits FLASH + CARD, a chapbook and ephemera press. She is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts 2013 Poetry Fellowship.

This is Sarah Mangold’s second above/ground press title, after Cupcake Royale (2012).

To order, send cheques (add $1 for postage; outside Canada, add $2) to: rob mclennan, 402 McLeod St #3, Ottawa ON K2P 1A6 or paypal at www.robmclennan.blogspot.com

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