Sunday, April 30, 2006

Publishing Notice.

Gilbert Wesley Purdy's poem "Death of a Poet" appears in the present number of the review SLANT (University of Central Arkansas). His poems "Seed" and "Storm" have recently appeared in Consciousness, Literature and the Arts (University of Wales, Aberystwyth). His poems Anaktoria on the Stoop and Mark Hanna Under Starry Skies have recently appeared at the Palm Beaches Review.

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His translations of Federico Garcia Lorca's "Gacela of the Memory of Love" and "Gacela of Distracted Love" have recently appeared in the Palm Beaches Review. The PBR is the literary portal for Virtual Grub Street.


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His essay The Elegy and the Internet has recently appeared in Virtual Grub Street.

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His article Is Wikipedia Handing Out Your Browsing Information to Thousands? (VGS Alert) has recently appeared in Wiki Watchdog.


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Recent reviews by Gilbert Wesley Purdy appear in the following venues:

After the Lightning Strike. The Lichtenberg Figures by Ben Lerner. Copper Canyon Press, 2004. Eclectica.

Star Stuff . Migration by W.S. Merwin. Copper Canyon Press, 2005. Eclectica.

The Cosmic I. Present Compnay by W. S. Merwin. Copper Canyon Press, 2005. Reviews, Revista, Riviste!

The Portable Famine . The Portable Famine by Rane Arroyo. BkMk Press (2005). Eclectica.

Within the Envelope. Escape Artist by Terry Blackhawk. BkMk Press (2003). Eclectica.

Pierce Butler, Fanny Kemble, et al. The Weeping Time: Elegy in Three Voices by Christopher Conlon. Argonne House Press, 2004.

The Citizen Strikes Back. Citizens of the Empire: the Struggle to Claim Our Humanity by Robert Jensen. City Lights Publishers, 2004. Front Page.

Whittling Away at the Beast. Superpatriots by Michael Parenti. City Lights Publishers, 2004. the Palm Beaches Review.

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Versions of Gilbert Wesley Purdy's Hyperlinked Online Bibliography appears in the pages of The Catalyzer Journal (Catalyzer Biblio)(new Full RSS Feed) and at the Palm Beaches Review (PBR Biblio). The Online Bibliography maintains links to all of the online postings of his work in poetry, prose and translation. It also includes a select listing from his work in paper venues, links to electronic journals and featured reviews, links to companion web-sites for paper journals, poets' homepages, publishers' sites and much more. The Online Bibliography is updated regularly.


He is a poet, essayist, translator, and freelance journalist and reviewer of books of poetry, poetry related non-fiction and other topical non-fiction. He offers reviews to paper-and-ink and online journals with the best available combination of reputation, production quality, and readership. His reviews run 400-5,000 (generally 1,000-2,000) words. He accepts books for review at the following address: Gilbert Wesley Purdy, P.O. Box 5952, Lake Worth, FL 33466-5952.

He also accepts books on assignment from reputable publishers at the same address. Query first to gwpurdy@yahoo.com.

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