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Gobshite Quarterly 2021 Launch/ with Michael Shay’s The Words I Own

Launching Gobshite Quarterly 2021! This first annual, pandemic issue begins with iconic images from the 2020 Black Lives Matter and 1968 Mexico City Olympics protests. Other graphics include Brazilian Tania Cardoso’s illustrations of loneliness, Portland’s Leanne Grabel’s bio of Anne Sexton, and Croatian Miroslav Nemeth’s linocuts on fathers, sons and violence. Our written accounts of living in these times include a selection of Washington poet Armin Toletino’s Superboy poems, Christina Alvarez Lopez on running and Keith Jarrett, poems from Greece, Lithuania, Estonia and New York, and fiction from Slovenia and Springfield, Oregon. Australian artist Graham Willoughby’s fine line etchings illuminate the covers. == “Pan-lingual Gobshite Quarterly, where Paul Krassner meets Vénus Khoury-Ghata, is my favorite source for Hungarian fiction that reads like a song… In…

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Gobshite Quarterly launch! 25 Poems on the Death of Ursula K. Le Guin

Launching Gobshite Quarterly # 35/36: *Portland poets Ann Farley, Nastashia Minto, Selena Bekakis, and Amy Baskin *OBA-nominated Portland writer Matthew Robinson *Australian poet Les Murray and a personal memoir of Murray by Swiss writer Christoph Keller… Poems also from Croatia, Lithuania, and Switzerland (German translation by Portland poet and Holbrook Award winner Douglas Spangle) *graphics and flash fiction from around the world *and also launching 25 Poems On The Death Of Ursula K. Le Guin (M. F. McAuliffe) [See also the official website.]

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Publication Fair 2019

FREE & open to the PUBLIC This annual event features work from local small presses and artists, such as: Ampersand Gallery & Fine Books Anthology Bookseller Big Big Wednesday Container Corps Division Leap Floating World Comics Future Tense Books Gobshite Quarterly/GobQ Books Know your City Monograph Bookworks Octopus Books Passages Bookshop Perfect Day Publishing PNCA Tavern Books Tin House Two Plum Press University of Hell Press

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Darlinghurst Funeral Rites: Mark Mordue – Launch & Reading

In urgent, iPhone bursts, Darlinghurst Funeral Rites and its companion collections capture Sydney from its 1980s punk scene to the present, fleeting moments of fatherhood, love & estrangement, and the life and underlying strata of Sydney’s suburban landscapes. One of Australia’s truest beat poets, he is shaped by Walt Whitman, WH Auden, and Bob Dylan, Marc Bolan and the Jam. [See also the Mother Foucault’s Bookshop website]

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Gobshite Quarterly # 33/34!

This issue features: Leanne Grabel on Sylvia Plath’s last weekend – Jennifer Robin travelling many dimensions of strange on the Portland bus system – Poe Ballantine on the manic under-achievements of FancyPants McTeo – Recent poetry & prose from Lithuania, Croatia, Russia, and Switzerland. Each piece appears in English & at least 3 other languages.

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