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Women Look at VISPO: Responding to The Last Vispo Anthology
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Nico VassilakisLast Vispo 2 Aug 2013 3:08 PM

The Last Vispo

Co-editor of The Last Vispo, Nico Vassilakis, addresses the fact the women of visual poetry have been ignored in previous vispo collections on The Volta.

"It's true, the genre of visual poetry has primarily been a sausage fest. The concrete poetry anthologies of the 1960s, it seems, ignored women completely even though one of its renowned editors, Mary Solt, was female. Much has changed since then, but clearly not enough to promote the idea that visual poets can be either male or female. For decades, it's been a global boys club in need of being cracked open and invaded by women.

Enter The Last Vispo Anthology: Visual Poetry 1998-2008, which includes more women than ever published in an international collection of visual poetry…Since finishing the book we have become pleasantly, if not unfortunately aware of more active or newly active female visual poets. There's no easy fix to what fifty plus years of neglect has done. More publishing, more exposure of visual poets would help, would alleviate this issue…"

Evening Will Come issue #32 (that you can read online) features female poets/vispoets responding to The Last Vispo, articles and more.

The End of the Fucking World (TEOTFW) by Charles Forsman - Now in Stock
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under new releasesChuck Forsman 2 Aug 2013 12:21 PM

Finally in stock and shipping now from our mail-order department:

TEOTFW by Charles Forsman

The End of the Fucking World (TEOTFW)
by Charles Forsman

176-page black & white 5" x 6.5" softcover • $19.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-667-6

See Previews / Order Now — The first 50 orders we receive for this book will come with a signed Risograph print exclusively for Fantagraphics customers! Please select your preference before adding the item to your shopping cart.

TEOTFW follows James and Alyssa, two teenagers living a seemingly typical teen experience as they face the fear of coming adulthood. Forsman tells their story through each character's perspective, jumping between points of view with each chapter. But quickly, this somewhat familiar teenage experience takes a more nihilistic turn as James's character exhibits a rapidly forming sociopathy that threatens both of their futures. He harbors violent fantasies and begins to act on them, while Alyssa remains as willfully ignorant for as long as she can, blinded by young love.

Forsman's story highlights the disdain, fear and existential search that many teenagers fear, but through a road trip drama that owes as much to Badlands as The Catcher in the Rye. Forsman’s inviting, Charles Schulz-influenced style lends a deadpan quality that underscores the narrative's tension. The End of the Fucking World is certain to be one of the most talked-about graphic novels of 2013.

Guns and Roses and Comix
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under rockFantagraphics Bookstoreevents 2 Aug 2013 12:09 PM

Duff

Our longtime friend Duff McKagan of Guns and Roses fame dropped by Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery on Thursday to pick up copies of Henry and Glenn Forever ahead of a national tour with his group Loaded. "Don't tell Henry," he implored. (Ooops.)

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Speaking of loaded: Hop on your bike and head down to the Dead Baby Bike Downhill Party tonight where you'll find abundant beverages and free sets by more than 20 bands on five stages throughout the historic Georgetown neighborhood. Don't miss BMX daredevils, DJs, tall bike jousting, unmitigated mayhem and merriment into the wee hours. The bookstore will stay open late for the occasion. Drop by and say hi!

In Case We Die by Danny Bland - Photoset Preview
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under previewsnew releasesDanny Bland 2 Aug 2013 9:05 AM

"Danny Bland's prose is a fist through a medicine-cabinet mirror. In Case We Die is filled with degenerate tales, violent outbursts and underbelly laughs, but Bland's debut novel really surprises with its moments of tenderness and insight and redemption." – Mark Yarm, author of Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge

"Our anti-hero is floating in a tiny lifeboat made of heroin, graveyard shifts & rock music. His companions are two fabulous women; a bombshell who robs banks & a beautifully pale rock violinist who can barely dodge suicide. ICWD is much funnier & more satisfying than any other junkie rock'n'roll tragedy." – John Doe (X)

"Bland is a brutally funny and bravely honest writer. A perfect guide through the bloodshot streets and desperate bedrooms of the underground wilderness." – Dave Alvin (Blasters)

"In Case We Die is a poetic and elegant journey ... straight to the gutter." – Wayne Kramer (MC5)

"Beautiful, literary redemption." – Exene Cervenka (X)

"A great piece of work — full of filth and heart." – Steve Earle

"A suitably Peckinpah finale. Bravo. It has been like a traveling dream state and sometimes familiar look into the abyss." – Greg Dulli (Afghan Whigs)

"I am a believer in what Bland has to say. He writes with eloquence, candor, darkness, and humor....the good stuff!" – Duff McKagan (Guns 'N' Roses)

"Danny Bland is one of the most interesting people I've ever known. Beneath a crusty, punk rock exterior lies one of the biggest hearts I've ever seen. This book? It's the literary version of Danny Bland." – Damien Echols (West Memphis Three)

"Beautiful and brutal. The prose are visceral, eloquent and moving. Addiction, love and music in the seedy underworld of rainy Seattle in the 1990's … so vivid I had to pinch myself to make sure I wasn't back there again. Danny Bland is a modern Charles Bukowski." – Mike McCready (Pearl Jam)

In Case We Die
by Danny Bland; illustrated with photos by Lance Mercer

248-page black & white 6" x 8.5" hardcover • $26.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-675-1

Due to arrive in about 1-3 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:

http://www.fantagraphics.com/incasewedie

EXCLUSIVE OFFER: If you pre-order the book direct from Fantagraphics, when the book is released you'll receive a code for a FREE download of the audiobook via email from Local 638 Records, with chapters read by a mind-blowing all-star lineup of music and cultural luminaries. See the full lineup here.

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Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under videopreviewsnew releasesDanny Bland 1 Aug 2013 4:04 PM

In Case We Die
by Danny Bland; illustrated with photos by Lance Mercer

248-page black & white 6" x 8.5" hardcover • $26.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-675-1

Ships in: August 2013 (subject to change) — Pre-Order Now

EXCLUSIVE OFFER: If you pre-order the book direct from Fantagraphics, when the book is released you'll receive a code for a FREE download of the audiobook via email from Local 638 Records, with chapters read by a mind-blowing all-star lineup of music and cultural luminaries. See the full lineup here.

"It wasn’t the pounding headache or the all too familiar taste of blood in my mouth that woke me that morning, but the stink of cat piss. They all have cats. Cats and bad tattoos and mops of dyed black hair that reek of cigarettes and watermelon Bubblicious." This debut novel by veteran Seattle musician Danny Bland follows a pair of outsiders who find themselves locked in the palpable, dizzy grunge-rock scene of early-'90s Seattle.

Vulnerable to the high relief of heroin addiction, Bland’s characters — Charlie Hyatt and Carrie Finch — are unapologetic protagonists whose epiphanies are as blinding as their weaknesses. Finch, 21, beautiful and dangerous, drowns out the voices in her head and the consequences of a misled life with electric guitars, booze and petulant misbehavior. Her single abiding faith takes the form of an unlikely savior — '60s psychedelic musician Roky Erikson.

At the ripe old age of 28, Hyatt attempts to make sense of the cards he has been dealt: a miserable job in a porn shop, a drug habit he cannot afford and the wildly unstable woman he had chosen to love.

Two damaged people can balance a seesaw for a long time, even finding the illusion of safety; but when one gets off unannounced, the other will fall. As Finch finds sobriety, her sanity and her relationship with Hyatt falter until an inevitable event brings the two back together a decade later.

In Case We Die

Dash Shaw to teach SAW Workshop 2014
Written by Jen Vaughn | Filed under Gabrielle BelleventsDash Shaw 1 Aug 2013 2:05 PM
Dash Shaw at SAW
 
Grab your pencils, paper and prepare to be rapped on the knuckles! Dash Shaw will be at SAW, The Sequential Artists Workshop, in Gainesville, Florida guiding and teaching YOU on February 24-28th of 2014.  If learning from a master of comics and animation sounds like fun to you then sign up now for the workshop! And wonder of wonders, Mome veteran Gabrielle Bell is teaching the week after---you might need to take some serious time off of work. Check out New School while you wait, it might be required reading! More info to come soon, keep your eyes on the SAW website.
Apocalyptic Party and Afternoon Art in Georgetown
Written by Larry Reid | Filed under rockFantagraphics Bookstoreeventsart shows 1 Aug 2013 12:26 PM

Georgetown once again hosts the annual apocalyptic Dead Baby Downhill Bike Race & Party this Friday evening, August 2. Demented depravity on a grand scale - beer, bands, BMX, and the ever-popular tall bike jousting! (Did we mention beer?) For the convenience of raucous revelers, Fantagraphics Bookstore and Georgetown Records will remain open until 9:00 PM.

Dead_Baby  

This Saturday, August 3 from 11:00 to 3:00 PM, enjoy an Afternoon Delight, as art studios and galleries throughout Georgetown reprise their July Art Attack attractions. One of your last chances to take in the sweet Soda Pop exhibition at Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery and the fantastic Charles Peterson photography show CP25/SP25 next door at All City Coffee. See you all soon.

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Ben Catmull & Josh Simmons at Floating World Portland!
Written by janice headley | Filed under Josh SimmonseventsBen Catmull 1 Aug 2013 11:13 AM

Ben Catmull & Josh Simmons at Floating World Portland!

Get ready for a night of frightening fun as two of our excellent artists descend upon Floating World Comics on Wednesday, August 7th!

Join Ben Catmull as he unveils his latest work, Ghosts and Ruins -- a compendium of old, forgotten haunted houses.  Also on the bill that evening is Josh Simmons, who will be signing his most sinister work yet, The Furry Trap!

Both gentlemen will be signing from 6:00 to 8:00 PM, so don't miss it! Floating World Comics is located at 400 NW Couch St. in downtown Portland.

His Wife Leaves Him by Stephen Dixon - Photoset Preview
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under Stephen Dixonpreviewsnew releases 1 Aug 2013 1:43 AM

“Stephen Dixon is one of the great secret masters — too secret. I return again and again to his stories for writerly inspiration, moral support and comic relief at moments of personal misery, and, several times, in a spirit of outright plagiaristic necessity: borrowing a jumpstart from a few lines of Dixon has been a real problem-solver in my own short fiction. Please read him, you.” — Jonathan Lethem

“Dixon is one of the few writers whose new work I will put everything aside to read, which is to say he is in the company of Alice Munro, Lorrie Moore, and Lydia Davis.... Put aside whatever you’re reading, and read him.” — J. Robert Lennon

“Startling candor, humor, and concern; every utterance promptly qualified; rigorous narrative economy combined with near-manic obsessiveness. Embrace Dixon and you will be held by a princely storyteller.“ — John Barth

“There is no better chronicler of our antic and anxious age than Stephen Dixon.” —Daniel Handler

“Mr. Dixon wields a stubbornly plain-spoken style; he loves all sorts of tricky narrative effects. And he loves even more the tribulations of the fantasizing mind, ticklish in their comedy, alarming in their immediacy.” The New York Times

His Wife Leaves Him
by Stephen Dixon

416-page 6.5" x 9.25" hardcover • $29.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-604-1

Due to arrive in about 1-3 weeks. Click the thumbnails for larger versions; get more info, see more previews and pre-order your copy here:

http://www.fantagraphics.com/hiswifeleaveshim

His Wife Leaves Him by Stephen Dixon - Video/Photo Slideshow Preview
Written by Mike Baehr | Filed under videoStephen Dixonpreviewsnew releases 31 Jul 2013 7:21 PM

His Wife Leaves Him
by Stephen Dixon

416-page 6.5" x 9.25" hardcover • $29.99
ISBN: 978-1-60699-604-1

Ships in: August 2013 (subject to change) — Pre-Order Now  

Stephen Dixon, one of America’s great literary treasures, has completed his first novel in five years. His Wife Leaves Him is as achingly simple as its title: A man, Martin, thinks about the loss of his wife, Gwen. In Dixon's hands, however, this straightforward premise becomes a work of such complexity that it no longer appears to be words on pages so much as life itself. Dixon, like all great writers, captures consciousness. Stories matter here, and the writer understands how people tell them and why they go on retelling them, for stories, finally, may be all that Martin has of Gwen. Reminders of their shared past, some painful, some hilarious, others blissful and sensual, appear and reappear in the present. Stories made from memories merge with dreams of an impossible future they'll never get to share. Memories and details grow fuzzy, get corrected, and then wriggle away, out of reach again. Martin holds all these stories dear. They leaven grief so that he may again experience some joy. Story by story then, he accounts for himself, good and bad, moments of grace, occasions for disappointment, promises and arguments. From these things are their lives made. In His Wife Leaves Him, Stephen Dixon has achieved nothing short of the resurrection of a life through words.

When asked to describe his latest work, the author said that "it's about a bunch of nouns: love, guilt, sickness, death, remorse, loss, family, matrimony, sex, children, parenting, aging, mistakes, incidents, minutiae, birth, music, writing, jobs, affairs, memory, remembering, reminiscences, forgetting, repression, dreams, reverie, nightmares, meeting, dating, conceiving, imagining, delaying, loving."

His Wife Leaves Him is Dixon's most important and ambitious novel, his tenderest and funniest writing to date, and the stylistic and thematic summation of his writing life.

Stephen Dixon was born in 1936 in New York City. He graduated from the City College of New York in 1958 and is a retired faculty member of Johns Hopkins University. He is also a two time National Book Award nominee — for his novels Frog and Interstate. He still hammers out his fiction on a vintage typewriter.

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