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Adam Majdecki-Janicki Radio Special Tonight.

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Some old chapbooks are available again!

  A small re-run of all our 2009-2010 titles has appeared. If you’re interested in buying any of the books, the price is 5€ per book. For a full list of titles available see: https://newpolishbeat.wordpress.com/starsze-tytuly/ Contact: aj_kaufmann[at]yahoo.com PayPal only (+ … Continue reading

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A.J. Kaufmann – “Project Citadel” (New Polish Beat, 2012)

Project Citadel: five visions of the structure “Move Your Wings” To the poets, who thought to the readers, who consumed to the tribes, who wandered… Sandosa sent me who is she? what form – and the rosegarden hums – a … Continue reading

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6 poems by Neal Whitman, 2010.

Icicle Triplet glazed deck –– the redwood bench hung with icicles rain put me to sleep my dream in Morse Code morning icicles still in my jim-jams coffee and cinnamon toast javelin icicles __________ Frozen in Time The White Dog … Continue reading

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Jonathan Butcher – 3 poems, 2013.

Pacing Myself I spin forward with the same clumsy grace I did so many times during those nights, as I feel that hand slow my pace, and keep my dizziness stable, for an hour at least. And as further clarity … Continue reading

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4 poems by Ross Vassilev

homage to the old Gods a sky blue as the eyes of that blonde girl I passed one day in the courtyard cold sunlight falling through bony trees I’m the willing slave of orange and yellow leaves it’s good to … Continue reading

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3 poems by Christopher Mulrooney

the curate and the critic tea with an egg what a prospect at the bishop’s says the former for throwing says the latter noon the day plus and minus has an erect sun and a deep crevice put in conjunction … Continue reading

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