check out Stephen Vincent’s comments
on Selected Poems of Friedrich Hölderlin translated by Maxine Chernoff & Paul Hoover.

3+3 Poetry hosted its first San Francisco reading on Saturday, Oct. 4th, 2008, at 7pm in the Canessa Gallery. The event featured 3 established Bay Area poets, Gillian Conoley, Standard Schaefer and Norma Cole reading theirwork alongside 3 emerging Los Angeles poets, Polly Geller, Lizzy Epstein and Sarah Suzor. Listen here.

Canessa reading for Oct 18, 2008, featuring David Brazil, Rob Halpern, and Stephen Ratcliffe can be heard here.


32 Poems is looking for 1-2 extra sets of hands to help us grow.

The 32 Poems intern could help with any of the items below that looks interesting:

planning readings (best if you live in large metro area);
creating concept for new renewal postcards (graphic designer would do the actual
design work);
sending out renewal postcards;
creating concept for new subscription postcards (graphic designer would do the
actual design work);
building or updating website;
contributing to blog with interesting posts;
photographing or taking video of 32 poems events;
reading poems sent in via online system;
manning 32 Poems table at AWP for a few hours each day;
inventing interactive ways to engage with people at AWP conference;
using web 2.0 tools to create community.

If you are already familiar with 32 Poems, you are welcome to suggest an area we
need to work on and to explain how your skills would help with that.

Please send a cover letter explaining your experience in 1-2 of the areas above to
deborah@32poems.com. Please do not send a resume or any attachments at this time. If
you know how to make video, you are welcome to make a video explaining your
experience. In that case, just send me the link.

Please also put “32 Poems intern” in the subject line, so I can filter the emails to
a special folder.


We welcome you posting this to your blog, posting to your university’s bulletin
board, telling your best students, etc.


Deborah Ager, Publisher

32 Poems Magazine

BLOG: http://blog.32poems.com