Tag: Idra Novey
Doubts and a HesitationJuly 2015
Who has dislocated the world? / and why are birds circling in our stomachs?
House-Sitting With Approaching FireAugust 2014
Dear friends / the ash-fall is thickening here
Idra Novey and Andrew Zawacki: Courting InfluxesJuly 2013
A conversation between poets about writing place, time, technology, and transformation.
The Man from the AdSeptember 2011
Nelda didn’t know of anyone else turning thirty who’d never kissed a man. Her sister Maria said women who never made out with anyone were prone to a nervous condition in their old age.
Two PoemsBy Manoel de Barros, translated from the Portuguese by Idra Novey
To enter the state of being a tree it’s necessary / to begin with a gecko’s amphibian torpor /
at three in the afternoon in the month of August.