Friday, March 26, 2010

Indefinite Space 2010

Indefinite Space: Trees + bodies + minds, wilderness + birds, music—art, sea + sand compose the pages, as do situations, relationships, gardens, ghosts, and suns.

The 2010 edition of Indefinite Space contains work from 32 poets & artists: Aviva Englander Cristy, Felino Soriano, Jane Thompson, Ranjani Murali, Matina L. Stamatakis, Derek Henderson, Will Morris, Sarah Ahmad, Caitlyn Paley,
John Hocter, Kristen Ravel, Crag Hill, Doug Bolling, William Garvin, John Cross,
Nico Vassilakis, Ursula Ziegler, Kat Dixon, Talia Reed, Caitlin Johnson, Rebecca Mertz,
Guy R. Beining, Marina Blokker, Jeanne Shannon, Andrew Topel & Scott Helmes, Peter Layton, TWIXT,
David Spiering, Melissa Cannon, Dorothee Lang, and Matthew Joy.

Indefinite Space is edited by Marcia Arrieta, whose first chapbook experimental: was published by potes & poets press. Her second chapbook the curve against the linear is part of The Quartet Series— An Uncommon Accord, published by toadlily press. She has a MFA in poetry from Vermont College.

About Indefinite Space
Marcia Arrieta founded Indefinite Space in 1991 after receiving a grant for her work from the Pasadena Arts Council. She has continued to publish the journal independently for 18 years. Indefinite Space has a penchant for the avant-garde, the philosophical, the minimal (but not always), the natural, and the intangible.

Indefinite Space 2010
48 pages
single issue $7
ISSN 1075-6868

1 comment:

  1. I remember this journal, from way back in the day when I lived in Pasadena, back when it first started up. I'm amazed--and glad--that it's still going.