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  brainvsheartMR
» 6.3 MiB - April 28, 2012
You’re in love. The problem is, you haven’t told the girl, and your brain and your heart have different ideas about how to proceed. Brain vs. heartis a dialog between the brain and the heart of one man as he attempts to “make the move.” Both indulgently prosaic and absurdly poetic, with plenty of in-jokes for computer nerds and literature nerds alike, this beautiful chapbook will make you laugh, cry, and/or hate the authors.

  BvHLR
» 1.1 MiB - April 27, 2012
You’re in love. The problem is, you haven’t told the girl, and your brain and your heart have different ideas about how to proceed. Brain vs. heartis a dialog between the brain and the heart of one man as he attempts to “make the move.” Both indulgently prosaic and absurdly poetic, with plenty of in-jokes for computer nerds and literature nerds alike, this beautiful chapbook will make you laugh, cry, and/or hate the authors.

  Equals Tiger Half-Chap
» 186.6 KiB - November 7, 2010
A half-chap book of poetry by Eric Kocher from the Press Electric.

  fama.mp3
» unknown - April 24, 2011

  KMPX-an-illuminated-chapbook.pdf
» 2.6 MiB - November 5, 2010
An illuminated chapbook from Gene Tanta. Formerly published as Excerpt from Pastoral Emergency.

  Poems of A-Z with No Beginning
» 928.4 KiB - October 28, 2013
“Gene Tanta comes from a land where the place of words and even of letters was challenged one hundred years ago. Tristan Tzara, born and educated in a very small town of Eastern Romania, Moineşti, as Samuel Rosenstock, and Isidore Isou, pen name of Ioan-Isidor Goldstein, broke the new wood between mimetic language and language as material. Twisting together the spectral traces of the Romanian and North American avant-gardes via the “fronde” (Dada’s sling against illusionist art) and the formal concerns of the Language poets, Tanta continues the path blazed by Tzara and Isou. Pastoral Emergency asks how words or even letters still manage to coexist without colliding after such a cultural and universal “Big Bang”?” – Radu Andriescu

  Teaching_the_Dead.pdf
» 143.6 KiB - November 5, 2010
A chapbook of poetry by Joe Weil from the Press Electric.

The Cartographer Electric

  CEissue1.pdf
» 1,015.4 KiB - November 5, 2010
The original issue created by Micah . Features writing by Cody Todd, Florencia Varela, Erik Leavitt, Derek Abdekalimi, Joel Davis, and Steven Rybicki.

  CEissue2.pdf
» 518.1 KiB - November 5, 2010
Features writing by Metta Sama, Paul Nelson, Lewis Levenberg, Brooks Lampe, Lynne Schneider, and Michelle Corey.

  CEissue3.pdf
» 101.8 KiB - November 5, 2010
The Cartographer Electric broadside: features Deborah Poe, Joe Weil, Curtis Moyer, Matt Siegel, a translation of Liu Dingguag by Jonathan Wei, Jan Becker, Dana J Cadman, Racquel Goodison, & Micah Towery.

  CEissue4.pdf
» 98.9 KiB - November 5, 2010
Fat Issue #4. Features Sean Thomas Dougherty, among many others.

  CEissue5.pdf
» 2.5 MiB - November 5, 2010
The Cartographer Electric sings the blues.

  CEissue6.pdf
» 4.6 MiB - November 5, 2010
The last issue of the Cartographer Electric, edited by Joel Davis. This contains work by Joe Weil, Jeremy Schraffenberger, Francis Raven, and many more!