|Haunted by the Living, Fed by the Dead by Giorgia Pavlidou (Anvil Tongue, 2022)|
|Dialogics Volume 2, Will Alexander & Heller Levinson (Anvil Tongue, 2022)|
This is a book which blazes with insight. Part exploration into cause & effect, part foraging through language’s depths and breadths, with an unwavering wonder & curiosity, the authors take readers on a continuous journey. Picking up from the foundation established in Dialogics Volume 1 (Concrete Mist Press 2020), Dialogics Volume 2 is a book which has the fermenting potential to enliven and perhaps even enlighten readers of all ilk.
In this Volume 2 of the Dialogics, Will Alexander & Heller Levinson continue their foray into philosophical and pragmatic approaches to art, poetry, language, science and the living of life to its fullest potential. These two distinguished poets & artists have developed a bond throughout their years of correspondence and friendship which has become grounds for a marvelous nurturing of sincere thought & self-reflection. Join these Visionary Pilots in their campaign to replace the stale-quotidian with the magnetically luminescent.
Also included in this edition of Dialogics Volume 2—jus’ sayn’—the landmark essay on John Coltrane’s One Down, One Up, written by Heller Levinson.
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|DAY & NIGHT, D.C. Wojciech (Anvil Tongue, 2021)|
In this second volume of the lost notebooks series, D.C. Wojciech illuminates a path seldom traveled, adding a hallucinatory depth of seeking to his already established cannon. Gleaned from many sources of inspiration, including the poet’s travels throughout the west coast of the United States, verbatim hallucinations, ‘conversations’ with the ancestors, and an ever evolving radicalization of delight; this is a poetic which does not falter in engaging reality as it is. While a handful of these offerings have appeared in one form or another at various online venues; the majority of these poems have previously endured silently, standing the test of time in private, scrawled agonies & ecstasies across the pages of secret notebooks, now unearthed, as relic-companions of a life lived without regard for preconceived notions, with an enduring thirst for understanding, transcendence; straight to the very edge of meaning & madness.
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|The Longest Breath, D.C. Wojciech (Anvil Tongue 2020)|