Alice Jones’s most recent book is Plunge. Her books from Alice James Books are The Knot, which won the Beatrice Hawley Award in 1992, and Isthmus, winner of the Jane Kenyon Chapbook Award in 2000. Anatomy, a letterpress chapbook, was published by Bullnettle Press in 1997, and Extreme Directions was published by Omnidawn Press in 2002. Her poems have appeared in Ploughshares, Poetry, Boston Review, Colorado Review, Volt, Denver Quarterly, Kenyon Review, and Zyzzyva. She lives in Berkeley.
Shaped by California's cultural and political landscape, Stephen Motika's Western Practice reflects on the rituals of artistic activity, including an obsessive scrutinizing of the founders of Los Angeles' postwar art scene, from composer Harry Partch to painter Richard Diebenkorn. Stephen Motika is the editor of Tiresias: The Collected Poems of Leland Hickman (2009) and the author of the poetry chapbook Arrival and at Mono (2007). His articles and poems have appeared in Another Chicago Magazine, BOMB, and The Brooklyn Review, among others. He is the program director at Poets House and the publisher of Nightboat Books.
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