FENCE Magazine - Poetry Fiction Essay Other

FENCE 35 Winter/Spring 2019 -- A podcast/audiobook.

December 24, 2019 Jason Zuzga Season 1 Episode 1
FENCE Magazine - Poetry Fiction Essay Other
FENCE 35 Winter/Spring 2019 -- A podcast/audiobook.
Chapters
00:00:00
Introduction by Jason Zuzga
00:01:58
Edgar Garcia - FROM Skins of Columbus
00:10:29
Matthew Bernstein Sycamore - A Desert Island
00:14:04
Tess Brown-Lavoie - Three Poems
00:31:12
Laura Sims - Walking Dead Poem #39
00:32:17
Eleni Sikelianos - FROM What I Knew
00:38:47
Leah Dworkin - The Usuals
01:16:10
Rachel Levitsky - FROM Against Travel
01:22:05
Christopher Patrick Miller - Three Poems
01:33:04
Blake Butler - The Approaching Planet
02:09:38
Tamara Barnett-Herron - The Loves of the Plants
02:17:02
Nora Toomey - Two Poems
02:18:24
Ji yoon Lee - Separation Anxiety Poem
02:22:09
David Blair - Thinking About the Bronx
02:24:54
David Alejandro Hernandez - Emperor
02:26:26
Nawal Nader-French - In Proximity
02:30:07
Jenessa VanZutphen - The mother
02:30:52
Robin Clarke - Poem "What is the best flower?"
02:31:39
Brian Kim Stefans - Three Poems
02:35:01
Wendy C. Ortiz - Projections 1-30
02:44:37
Jesse Nathan - Four Poems
02:47:14
Abby Minor - Innovation Nation
02:52:28
Gary Lundy - a constant state of departures.
02:53:28
Margaret Johnson - All the Others Are Saved
02:54:46
Amy Lawless - Sex at a Funeral
02:58:54
Emmett Gallagher - Open to visitations
03:00:57
Matthew Moore - Simone Weil Je Tente (read in French by Alexandra Fenelon)
03:08:41
Matthew Moore - Simone Weil Je Tente (read in English by the author)
03:15:25
Steven Alvarez - yr automatic: walls walls
03:25:37
Sam Truitt -- "There's a dot..." (variations)
03:27:01
Josh Kalscheur - Picture of Health
03:37:35
Joanna Fuhrman - Search Engine Overload
03:39:41
Tasia Trevino - Dictaphone 6, Dictaphone 7
03:42:33
James Tate - Two Poems (read by Dara Weir)
03:48:09
Nicole Burdick - Two Poems
03:54:32
Desirée Alvarez - Three Poems
03:59:51
Nat Sufrin - Four Poems
04:08:17
Alison Wellford - The Women You Love
04:19:25
Liana Jahan Imam - Three Poems
04:30:14
Bonnie Chau - Yogurt Code
04:43:53
Steffan Triplett - Flood the Room
04:52:47
Dan Chu - Two Poems
04:57:03
Serena Solin - Exposed Fragments of Sculpture
05:10:28
Erica Hunt - FROM Veronica, A Lamentation (Someone Matching Your Description, This Is Where Love Comes In)
05:14:46
Timothy Otte - After Psalm 121, After Psalm 22
05:16:25
Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle - Four Poems
05:21:41
BC Griffith - Two Poems
05:33:24
Afterword
FENCE Magazine - Poetry Fiction Essay Other
FENCE 35 Winter/Spring 2019 -- A podcast/audiobook.
Dec 24, 2019 Season 1 Episode 1
Jason Zuzga

This single podcast contains nearly the entirety of the works in the print edition of FENCE Magazine 35, Winter/Spring Issue of 2019. You can listen to the entire issue in one long and luxurious literary binge, or, instead, you can, on your own time, not all at once, listen to the contents via any sequence of the navigable chapters that you choose. Writers include Edgar Garcia, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Tess Brown-Lavoie, Laura Sims, Eleni Sikelianos, Leah Dworkin, Rachel Levitsky, Christopher Patrick Miller, Blake Butler, Tamara Barnett-Herrin, Nora Toomey, Ji Yoon Lee, David Blair, David Alejandro Hernandez, Nawal Nader French, Jenessa VanZutphen, Robin Clarke, Brian Kim Stefans, Wendy C. Ortiz, Jesse Nathan, Abby Minor, Gary Lundy, Margaret Johnson, Amy Lawless, Emmett Gallagher, Matthew Moore, Steven Alvarez, Sam Truitt, Josh Kalscheur, Joanna Fuhrman, Tasia Trevino, James Tate, Nicole Burdick, Desirée Alvarez, Nat Suffrin, Alison Wellford, Liana Jahan Imam, Bonnie Chau, Steffan Triplett, Dan Chu, Serena Solin, Erica Hunt, Timothy Otte, Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle, and BC Griffith. Music provided by the permission of Matmos. This audiobook/podcast has been gathered and assembled by Jason Zuzga. He is one of the print journal's two Other/Nonfiction Editors along with Sarah Falkner.

In continuous publication since 1998, FENCE is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE also publishes a range of books and additional digital content, such as Fence Streaming Posts, Afrosonics/Mythscience, Elecment and The Constant Critic. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. FENCE is edited by Rebecca Wolff. 

For FENCE's COMPLETE MISSION STATEMENT and FULL LIST OF EDITORIAL STAFF: click and scroll down.

Show Notes Chapter Markers

This single podcast contains nearly the entirety of the works in the print edition of FENCE Magazine 35, Winter/Spring Issue of 2019. You can listen to the entire issue in one long and luxurious literary binge, or, instead, you can, on your own time, not all at once, listen to the contents via any sequence of the navigable chapters that you choose. Writers include Edgar Garcia, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Tess Brown-Lavoie, Laura Sims, Eleni Sikelianos, Leah Dworkin, Rachel Levitsky, Christopher Patrick Miller, Blake Butler, Tamara Barnett-Herrin, Nora Toomey, Ji Yoon Lee, David Blair, David Alejandro Hernandez, Nawal Nader French, Jenessa VanZutphen, Robin Clarke, Brian Kim Stefans, Wendy C. Ortiz, Jesse Nathan, Abby Minor, Gary Lundy, Margaret Johnson, Amy Lawless, Emmett Gallagher, Matthew Moore, Steven Alvarez, Sam Truitt, Josh Kalscheur, Joanna Fuhrman, Tasia Trevino, James Tate, Nicole Burdick, Desirée Alvarez, Nat Suffrin, Alison Wellford, Liana Jahan Imam, Bonnie Chau, Steffan Triplett, Dan Chu, Serena Solin, Erica Hunt, Timothy Otte, Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle, and BC Griffith. Music provided by the permission of Matmos. This audiobook/podcast has been gathered and assembled by Jason Zuzga. He is one of the print journal's two Other/Nonfiction Editors along with Sarah Falkner.

In continuous publication since 1998, FENCE is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE also publishes a range of books and additional digital content, such as Fence Streaming Posts, Afrosonics/Mythscience, Elecment and The Constant Critic. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. FENCE is edited by Rebecca Wolff. 

For FENCE's COMPLETE MISSION STATEMENT and FULL LIST OF EDITORIAL STAFF: click and scroll down.

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Introduction by Jason Zuzga
Edgar Garcia - FROM Skins of Columbus
Matthew Bernstein Sycamore - A Desert Island
Tess Brown-Lavoie - Three Poems
Laura Sims - Walking Dead Poem #39
Eleni Sikelianos - FROM What I Knew
Leah Dworkin - The Usuals
Rachel Levitsky - FROM Against Travel
Christopher Patrick Miller - Three Poems
Blake Butler - The Approaching Planet
Tamara Barnett-Herron - The Loves of the Plants
Nora Toomey - Two Poems
Ji yoon Lee - Separation Anxiety Poem
David Blair - Thinking About the Bronx
David Alejandro Hernandez - Emperor
Nawal Nader-French - In Proximity
Jenessa VanZutphen - The mother
Robin Clarke - Poem "What is the best flower?"
Brian Kim Stefans - Three Poems
Wendy C. Ortiz - Projections 1-30
Jesse Nathan - Four Poems
Abby Minor - Innovation Nation
Gary Lundy - a constant state of departures.
Margaret Johnson - All the Others Are Saved
Amy Lawless - Sex at a Funeral
Emmett Gallagher - Open to visitations
Matthew Moore - Simone Weil Je Tente (read in French by Alexandra Fenelon)
Matthew Moore - Simone Weil Je Tente (read in English by the author)
Steven Alvarez - yr automatic: walls walls
Sam Truitt -- "There's a dot..." (variations)
Josh Kalscheur - Picture of Health
Joanna Fuhrman - Search Engine Overload
Tasia Trevino - Dictaphone 6, Dictaphone 7
James Tate - Two Poems (read by Dara Weir)
Nicole Burdick - Two Poems
Desirée Alvarez - Three Poems
Nat Sufrin - Four Poems
Alison Wellford - The Women You Love
Liana Jahan Imam - Three Poems
Bonnie Chau - Yogurt Code
Steffan Triplett - Flood the Room
Dan Chu - Two Poems
Serena Solin - Exposed Fragments of Sculpture
Erica Hunt - FROM Veronica, A Lamentation (Someone Matching Your Description, This Is Where Love Comes In)
Timothy Otte - After Psalm 121, After Psalm 22
Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle - Four Poems
BC Griffith - Two Poems
Afterword