Monday, November 13, 2006

Open Night

Open Night - a small (30 pages) group of poems by Aaron Lowinger and produced by the good faith of Bill Sylvester is available from the author at a rock bottom price of a trade. Books will be mailed this week to those on the list. Please "comment" your address or backchannel to aalowingerATgmailDOTcom if you'd like to put your name on the list!


Blogger House Press said...

christ on a cracker

a great read

a poem for every night

hand stamped cover

and a great feel in the hands




11:50 AM  
Blogger House Press said...

Put me on the list! I just got one and want to have a few more to spread around Chicago.


1:22 PM  
Blogger Gelsinger said...

Make sure D Diddy gets one.

C Diddy on the LES wants one too.

Don't go trading this away unless you're trading it for ten USDs or used WMDs. It's too good.

12:55 PM  
Blogger House Press said...

Send a bunch to Slosek, he knows all sorts of people: Canadians, Scholars, Catholics, Poets, Thinkers, Proffesors, Bookmakers, Drunken Mathamaticians. He'll be sure to get this thing into the right hands.

Take my word,


5:02 PM  
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10:00 PM  
Blogger Al Cohen said...

chapbooks for trade
chapbooks for a song
give me a call
and sing to me

When I get my big book in the sky like Jessica everyone will have to pay and I'll even get Ron Silliman to get my back.

10:01 PM  
Blogger kevin.thurston said...

with this book aaron has, like, totally disavowed everything else he's ever written. naw, but it is all, like, good.

2:42 PM  
Blogger Logan Ryan Smith said...

I've read a little bit of this so far and it's phenomenal and beautiful and all that good stuff. It really has the feel of the kind of book you should keep in your back pocket at all times.

Thanks for sending one to me.

7:53 PM  
Blogger House Press said...

the breadman strikes again. fuckin prep. osition, shit. so hot it's cool dun. really like you, even in yr oddest flattest hairiest lovecalls.

10:03 PM  

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