Author Archives: flowers & cream press

Dan Magers / Birds LLC

Head over to BIRDS, LLC to check out Dan Magers’ new book Party Knife

 

Here is a review

http://www.vice.com/read/making-bands-up-in-your-brain-while-high

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Congratulations to Flowers & Cream author Cody-Rose Clevidence

Their manuscript Beast Feast was chosen for publication by Heather McHugh.  Beast Feast was runner-up for Ahsahta’s Sawtooth Prize and will be available September of 2014

http://ahsahtapress.boisestate.edu/winners.htm

Everything That is Beautiful is Edible is now for sale!!

New book now available in the flowers & cream bookstore: flowersandcreamstore.blogspot.com

 

Littoral: Flowers & Cream at Issue Project Room 2/23

February 23rd at 8pm, Flowers & Cream at Issue Project Room

featuring:

Anselm Berrigan

Anselm Berrigan (born 1972 in Chicago, Illinois) is a poet and teacher. He grew up inNew York City, where he currently resides with his wife, poet Karen Weiser. From 2003 to 2007, he served as artistic director at the St. Mark’s Poetry Project. He is a co-chair of the writing program at the Bard College summer MFA program and a professor at Wesleyan University. His newest work, which is a book-length poem called Notes From Irrelevance, will be released on September 1st, 2011, through Wave Books.

John Coletti

John Coletti is the author of Physical Kind (Yo-Yo-Labs, 2005), Same Enemy Rainbow (fewer & further, 2008), and Mum Halo (Rust Buckle Books, 2010) which is available now in pre-release at http://rustbucklebooks.blogspot.com/. He recently finished serving as editor of The Poetry Project Newsletter.

Ben Estes

Ben Estes is the author of the chapbooks Lamp like l’map (Factory Hollow Press) and Cymbals (The Song Cave). He has been educated by the Kansas City Art Institute, the University of Iowa, and is currently enrolled in the Program for Poets and Writers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. With Alan Felsenthal he is the editor and publisher of The Song Cave (a series of singular things) and the journal Sea Ranch. He currently lives in Northampton, MA.

Elaine Kahn

Elaine Kahn is the author of the chapbook Customer (Ecstatic Peace Library, 2010). She is the assistant editor of Flowers & Cream Press and co-curates the LOOT performance series at Flying Object. Work has appeared or is forthcoming in the Agriculture Reader, Elimae, NOÖ Journal, La Petite Zine, Supermachine & Jubilat. Elaine also performs music under the name Horsebladder.

Thurston Moore / Samara Lubelski duo

Thurston Moore is a founding member of NYC weird rock groop Sonic Youth. He also releases records and publishes books under the Ecstatic Peace rubric. His writing has been published through various small presses.

Samara Lubelski is a musician, native New Yorker, solo recording artist. She has played with MV/EE, White Out, Metal Mountains a.o. She has recorded with Thurston Moore for his ‘Trees Outside The Academy’ and ‘Demolished Thoughts’.

look at…

Work available on Etsy from Riverside Industries artists.  Riverside Industries is a non-profit in Easthampton, Mass that works to empower people with disabilities to lead rich and full lives.  It is also home to some extremely talented artists, working in all media.  Just a few pieces available for sale right now, but will be updated in the future.  http://www.etsy.com/shop/RSIarts Check it out:

Floor Model

covers for "Everything That is Beautiful is Edible" by Cody-Rose Clevidence, forthcoming from Flowers & Cream. Covers printed by Guy Pettit at Flying Object

speaking of beautiful things…

from Bill Nace, check it out:

hey everyone

Rick Myers did some gorgeous art editions of the Flaherty/Nace  “No, the Sun” LP (OM29)

One version, in an edition of 15 are the regular edition sleeves with original drawing by Rick on the back. These are signed/numbered and three (from the edition of 15) are available for sale.

On the subject of the drawings made on the covers of the versions of the LP with the drawings – for Bill Nace.

I listened to the LP while drawing with both hands, the drawings were made on one sleeve at once at first, then I started to draw on two sleeves at once – it became a mental and physical recording process trying to capture the current moment of music and then replicate it on the second, corresponding, sleeve – while trying to remember the last moment of music for the first – the drawings were done in one sitting and took the duration of the LP to complete.–rick myers

The second edition is a Test Pressing in an edition of 5. These covers are C-Prints of photos of Flaherty/Nace playing the opening of Rick Myers exhibit Looking at the sun with a Prepared Lens. These are also signed/numbered and 2 of these are available for sale.

You can look/order here…….openmouthrecords.blogspot.com

and see more of ricks work here…… http://www.rickmyers.co.uk

thanks

bn