Dani Spinosa

Episode 91: Knife Fork Book

Recorded on Thursday, June 23, 2022 In this episode of our ongoing series of talks with publishers of small presses, I speak with Kirby of Knife Fork Book about their poetic origins, both the press and the bookstore in Toronto, their publications and plans, including the inaugural FERTILE 2022, a festival of new and inventive…

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Episode 90: Broken Sleep Books

https://www.brokensleepbooks.com/ I speak with Aaron Kent, the publisher of UK’s Broken Sleep Books, in our ongoing conversation with small presses. Aaron talks about the name of the press and also its tag line: lay out your unrest. which comes from J. H. Prynne’s Smaller Than the Radius of the Planet, the White Stones (Grosseteste Press,…

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Episode 87: Gap Riot Press

The Small Machine Talks Episode 87: Gap Riot Press recorded on Thursday, February 24, 2022, https://www.gapriotpress.com/ Season 7 Launch Party Podcast Interviews Dani Spinosa Leavings by Kate Siklosi (Timglaset Editions) We talk about the origins of the press, Dani and Kate’s friendship, the joys of making chapbooks, friendships, gaps in teeth, collaborating with authors, anarchy…

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Episode 76 – Rasiqra Revulva

Rasiqra Revulva is a queer femme writer, multimedia artist, editor, musician, performer and SciComm advocate. She is an editor of the climate crisis anthology Watch Your Head: A Call to Action, and one half of the experimental electronic duo The Databats (Slice Records, Melbourne; Toronto). She has published two chapbooks of glitch-illustrated poetry: Cephalopography (words(on)pages press, 2016) and If You…

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The Small Machine Talks to Jennifer K. Dick, Episode 75

recorded on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 via Zoom Jennifer K Dick is an author, translator, readings curator & assistant professor of American Literature at the Université de Haute Alsace, Mulhouse, France. Her previous books include Circuits & Fluorescence. That Which I Touch Has No Name is appearing in 2020 from Eyewear Publishing, London. Her chapbook,…

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Episode 70: The Small Machine Talks with Sacha Archer

Recorded on Sunday, November 15, 2020 Sacha Archer lives in Ontario, Canada with his wife and two daughters. He is the editor of Simulacrum Press. Archer’s latest chapbooks are Lines of Sight (nOIR:Z, 2020) and Houses (no press, 2020). Forthcoming chapbooks include Models (Simulacrum Press) and Framing Poems (Timglaset). His concrete poetry has been exhibited…

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Episode 67: Gary Barwin

The Small Machine Talks Interviews Gary Barwin Episode 66 Recorded on October 15, 2020 http://serifofnottingham.blogspot.com/ Latest visual poetry book: Ampers&thropocene (Penteract Press) https://penteractpress.com/store/ampersampthropocene-gary-barwin Gary’s interview on the Penteract Press podcast https://penteractpress.com/p-p-p/2020/8/26/episode-14-gary-barwin-ampersampthropocene-launch We have a fascinating and inspiring conversation about visual poetry, language and text, its interaction with the world. We discuss his videos, process, the…

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Episode 63 – Interview with Dani Spinosa

The Small Machine Talks – Episode 63 Amanda Earl interviews Dani Spinosa Recorded on July 29, 2020 via Zoom Dani Spinosa is a poet of digital and print media, an on-again-off-again precarious professor, the managing editor of Electronic Literature Directory, a co-founding editor of Gap Riot Press, and the author of Anarchists in the Academy:…

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