Futurepoem Books

Futurepoem Books is an American not-for-profit press based in New York City.[1] Futurepoem was founded by Dan Machlin in 2002 and focuses on publishing innovative poetry, prose and hybrid literature.[2] The press has a rotating editorial board.

FuturePoems Books
StatusActive
Founded2002; 19 years ago (2002)
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationNew York City, New York, US
Official websitewww.futurepoem.com

Three books are published each year: two from the open reading period and one winner of the Other Futures Award. Each year three new editors select books sent in during the presses open reading period.[3] Winners of the Other Futures Award receive publication with a standard royalty contract, an honorarium of $1000, and 25 author copies.

Futurepoem has received funding from The New York State Council on the Arts Literature Program[4] and National Endowment for the Arts Literature program.

PersonnelEdit

  • Dan Machlin, Founding Editor
  • Monica de la Torre, Senior Editor of BOMB Magazine
  • Jeremy Sigler, Associate Editor

PublicationsEdit

2011-2020Edit

  • Near, At – Jennifer Soong (2019)
  • G – Emmalea Russo (2018)
  • NOS (disorder, not otherwise specified) – Aby Kaupang and Matthew Cooperman (2018)
  • SWOLE – Jerika Marchan (2018)
  • MyOther Tongue – Rosa Alcalá (2017)
  • The Sissies – Evan Kennedy (2016)
  • Of Being DispersedSimone White (2016)
  • Solar Maximum – Sueyeun Juliette Lee (2015)
  • Site Cite City – David Buuck (2015)
  • deadfalls and snares – Samantha Giles (2014)
  • Troy, Michigan – Wendy S. Walters (2014)
  • The Crisis of Infinite Worlds – Dana Ward (2013)
  • The Story of My Accident is Ours – Rachel Levitsky (2013)
  • Anarch. – Frances Richard (2012)
  • The Malady of the Century – Jon Leon (2012)
  • Sherwood Forest – Camille Roy (2011)
  • Late in the Antenna Fields – Alan Gilbert (2011)
  • The Source – Noah Eli Gordon (2011)

2002-2010Edit

  • Delinquent – Mina Pam Dick (2009)
  • Poems of a Black Object – Ronaldo Wilson (2009)
  • Your Country is Great – Ara Shirinyan (2008)
  • Traffic and Weather – Marcella Durand (2008)
  • Threads – Jill Magi (2007)
  • MurmurLaura Mullen (2006)
  • The External Combustion Engine – Michael Ives (2005)
  • Mad Science in Imperial CityShanxing Wang (2005)
  • Ghosts by Albert Ayler, Ghosts by Albert Ayler – Merry Fortune (2004)
  • The Escape – Jo Ann Wasserman (2003)
  • Under the SunRachel Levitsky (2002)
  • Some Mantic Daemons – Garrett Kalleberg (2002)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "About Us". www.futurepoem.com. Retrieved 23 July 2020.
  2. ^ "Scenes: Futurepoem: An Interview Dan Machlin". American Book Review. 34 (5): 31–31. 19 September 2013. doi:10.1353/abr.2013.0083. ISSN 2153-4578. Retrieved 23 July 2020.
  3. ^ "Futurepoem". Entropy Magazine. April 21, 2015. Retrieved 6 August 2020.
  4. ^ "NYSCA: New York State Council on the Arts". www.nysca.org. Retrieved 6 August 2020.

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