Enjoy the latest poetry in The Fox Chase Review by Jonel Abellanosa, Nathalie Anderson, Ashley Elizabeth Best, Lauren Camp, Philip Dacey, Dennis Daly, Joshua Gray, Lisa Lewis, Rodger Lowenthal, Tom Mallouk, Ellen Peckham, Russell Reece, Rebecca Schumejda, John Timpane and Frank Wilson. Follow the poets at this link: http://www.thefoxchasereview.org/poetry.html
2 poems by Ellen Peckham http://www.thefoxchasereview.org/w14epeckham.html
The Winter 2014 edition of The Fox Chase Review is now available for you reading pleasure. Please note our new web home address: www.thefoxchasereview.org . This edition features:
Poetry by: Jonal Abellanosa, Nathalie Anderson, Ashley Elizabeth-Best, Lauren Camp, Phillip Dacey, Dennis Daly, Joshua Gray, Lisa Lewis, Rodger Lowenthal, Tom Mallouck, Ellen Peckham, Russell Reece, Rebecca Schumedja, John Timpane and Frank Wilson.
Fiction by: Natalia Cherjovsky, Louise Halvardsson,Jen Michalski, Lester Mobley, Dawn Sperber, George Wyelsol and Chad Willenborg
The Winter/Spring 2014 edition of The Fox Chase Review is currently in production as we are changing our web home. Previous editions of the review will be archived for five years at the old address.
The W/S 2014 edition of The Fox Chase Review will feature poetry by:
Jonal Abellanosa, Nathalie Anderson, Ashley Elizabeth-Best, Lauren Camp, Phillip Dacey, Dennis Daly, Joshua Gray, Lisa Lewis, Rodger Lowenthal, Tom Mallouck, Ellen Peckham, Russell Reece, Rebecca Schumedja, John Timpane and Frank Wilson.
Natalia Cherjovsky, Louise Halvardsson,Jen Michalski, Lester Mobley, Dawn Sperber, George Wyelsol and Chad Willenborg
In August we had an opportunity to visit with Artist/Poet Ellen Peckham in New York City. We had an enjoyable visit and Ellen permitted us to take some photographs of her home, studio and workshop. You can view more photographs at this link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/12065560@N04/sets/72157635126201802/
Where: Dalet Gallery, 141 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
From March 2nd through April 14th The Dalet Gallery will dedicate its space to the many aspects of Ellen Peckham’s work — not only prints (the dark, mystical ones containing dark poems and the colorful abstract ones that support haiku) but also collages, constructions and some quirky items of wearable art.
And if that were not challenging enough to any curator the poems, often integral to the visual work, will be featured in a reading and performance of them in musical settings by Gerald Busby. A rather a-typical “catalog” that includes information on the history and impetus of the various works from sketches and notes to finished pieces, is available and includes a CD of the music. The exhibition, book and CD are together called Continuum: the Art of Ellen Peckham for the attempt the artist has made to lead the view/reader through the history, the development of the pieces on view over, often, decades.
Irena Gobernik, Director of Dalet, describes the Gallery’s concept for the exhibit from her first visit to my studio here in New York. “At first Ellen’s environment seems distinct from the works, varied as they are in themselves. Her loft is intense with her own art (finished and in process) and that of friends. Here papier mâché sculptures co-exist with Latin American retables, Tibetian horns hang above shelves of books, glass, china, Asian and European objects large and small. Nothing vanishes in this place.”
“But moving from one work to another we realize the unity of the aesthetic. And realize we want to show Ellen Peckham’s art not as separate, perfectly performed works nor as a series united by technique or period of creation but as the record of the life of an amazing, adventurous and multi-talented person who has shrugged off being limited in expectations, styles or media.”
The reading/premier of the music is scheduled for Saturday, March 24th at 4PM.
Ellen Peckham’s website http://www.ellenpeckham.com/Initial.php
Dalet website http://www.daletart.com/index.shtml?e_id=35
FROM THE ARCHIEVES
This is the fifth in a series of looking back at poets and writers published in past editions of The Fox Chase Review.
From the Autumn/Winter 2008 Edition:
Frank Sherlock: No Such Thing as Unchanged Value
Dodge Poetry Festival Schedule: http://www.dodgepoetry.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/schedule090710.pdf
Something new at The Broad Street Review: http://www.broadstreetreview.com/
Chad on Stone Soup, summer and his dog: http://chadparenteaupoetforhire.blogspot.com/
News from Mel Brake: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mel-brake
Squeezing Oranges in Chicago : http://orangealert.net/
Books Inq. On Lady GaGa: http://booksinq.blogspot.com/2010/09/medium-rare.html
Bernstein and Lovitz at Silliman: http://ronsilliman.blogspot.com/
The Art and Words of Ellen Peckham: http://www.ellenpeckham.com/Initial.php
The Art Blog: http://theartblog.org/
The Winter/Spring 2010 Edition of The Fox Chase Review is now available for your reading pleasure.
This edition features the prose of Alice Wootson and the poetry of Nathalie Anderson, Catherine Staples, Nathan Graziano, Elijah Pringle, Ellen Peckham, Josh Stewart, George McDermott, Lori Romero, Paul Siegel, Michael Steffen, Tree Riesener, Tamara Oakman, Tracy Greenlee and Bruce Neidt.
We hope you enjoy this issue!
The Staff – The Fox Chase Review