RUSSIAN NOVELS by Luke Bloomfield reviewed in Publishers Weekly! 
"Bloomfield’s poems retain a bizarre tenderness that tap at the mystery of existence"

RUSSIAN NOVELS by Luke Bloomfield reviewed in Publishers Weekly

"Bloomfield’s poems retain a bizarre tenderness that tap at the mystery of existence"

"Yet her own situation could not helpfinding its place in her thoughts.”
Like a backpack, miniscule burdens you carry around with you.Which is okay generally,these lacerations of the day.It’s more like an effort at love (to embrace the day, errors,      etc).To be doing your bestamid different shapes of lacerations. The minor degradations are a modest sacrifice to be a solid and a thinking and a living one. You can take more of it. 
—- Emily Bludworth de Barrios
Emily Bludworth de Barrios’s poems have recently appeared, or are forthcoming, in H_NGM_N, Tender, The Pinch, UCity Review, The Hollins Critic, and elsewhere. Emily was born in Houston and raised in Egypt, the United States, and Venezuela; she currently lives in Houston. Find her online at emilybludworthdebarrios.tumblr.com.
Selections from Extraordinary Power can be read at B O D Y, Clinic, ILK, Matter, and SPECS.

Cover illustration by Bri Hermanson.

"Yet her own situation could not help
finding its place in her thoughts.”


Like a backpack, miniscule burdens 
you carry around with you.

Which is okay generally,
these lacerations of the day.

It’s more like an effort at love (to embrace the day, errors,
      etc).

To be doing your best
amid different shapes of lacerations. 

The minor degradations are a modest sacrifice 
to be a solid and a thinking and a living one. 
You can take more of it. 

—- Emily Bludworth de Barrios

Emily Bludworth de Barrios’s poems have recently appeared, or are forthcoming, in H_NGM_NTenderThe PinchUCity ReviewThe Hollins Critic, and elsewhere. Emily was born in Houston and raised in Egypt, the United States, and Venezuela; she currently lives in Houston. Find her online at emilybludworthdebarrios.tumblr.com.

Selections from Extraordinary Power can be read at B O D YClinicILK, Matter, and SPECS.

Cover illustration by Bri Hermanson.

Walser & Giraffes

Walser & Giraffes

Woolf & Goats

Woolf & Goats

jubilat 25

In this twenty-fifth issue of jubilat we hope you find yourself excited by encounters with - reverberations, spells, a deep wreck, a fox, a dead fox, a note, a photograph of a woman, the summers, Wallace Stevens, the earthquake, Neptune, Root system eclipses, neon signs, mystical team guy, giraffe architecture, description, a description of Emma, red onion, rapture, new rules, a rowboat, cows, Mask of the Gaze Away, three singing bowls, yellow helicopters, sixteen moon nights, the rollings, a bone-deep wind, bones, windows, the field jar, bicycle wheels, Friend Friend, a bunch of colors, cauliflower, a bridge, the chimney, fences, puddles, vocal chords, Karaoke Machine wishes, a fly, a cracked blue plastic seat, The Something Entirely Else That Certainly Must Exist, crawfish, a parallel act, a tangle of strings, the floor, fingerprints, laughing, this private event, a technical mouth, a monkey wrench, an electron, the umbrella tree, a seed pod, water, water, water, the light exploration of hands.

jubilat 25 features work by Sara Akant, Eric Amling, John Ashbery, Bridgette Bates, Bryan Beck, Elaine Bleakney, Jerimee Bloemeke, Caroline Cabrera, Sten Carlson, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Jack Christian, Mike Comstock, Stella Corso, Gibson Fay-LeBlanc, Henry Finch, Heather June Gibbons, Maggie Glover, Kimberly Grey, Lucy Ives, Christine Kanownik, Daniel Khalastchi, Jessica Laser, Mark Leidner, Lizzie Lee Lenson, Lesle Lewis, Dora Malech, Randall Mann, Emily McGrath-Ho, Todd Melicker, Jesse Nathan, Andrea Rexilius, Stuart Ross, Broc Rossell, Lauren Shapiro, Michael Shea, Sasha Steensen, Paige Taggart, Halie Theoharides, Rodrigo Toscano, Dara Wier, and Laurie Saurborn Young. Cover art by Mark Leidner.

I am very thankful to the poets in these pages and the poets that helped put these pages together.

Many thanks to jubilat's ever amazing staff. So many thanks to Editors Kevin González & Caryl Pagel. Many thanks to jubilat's Managing Editor, Shannon Burns. Many thanks to jubilat's Assistant Editor, Ted Powers. Many thanks to our Assistant Managing Editor, Chris Hunt Griggs. Many thanks to our Editorial Assistants —- Lizzie Lenson and John Sieracki. Many thanks to our incredible Readers —- Jon Ruseski and Andrew Cothren. Many thanks to our gifted Design Editor, Guy Pettit. Many thanks to all of our contributing editors. And a special thanks to Heather Christle.

Many thanks to Wendy Xu and Daniel Moysaenko for their excellent work hosting the jubilat/Jones Reading Series this past year, which featured remarkable readings by —- Corina Copp, Natalie Lyalin, Ariana Reines, Christopher Janke, Lucy Ives, William D. Waltz, Juliana Leslie, Bob Holman, Hannah Brooks-Motl, and Rod Smith.    

If you don’t have a subscription to jubilat, SUBSCRIBE NOW to get your copy in the mail. Or if you do have a subscription to jubilat, please consider giving someone a GIFT SUBSCRIPTION.
jubilat 25

In this twenty-fifth issue of jubilat we hope you find yourself excited by encounters with - reverberations, spells, a deep wreck, a fox, a dead fox, a note, a photograph of a woman, the summers, Wallace Stevens, the earthquake, Neptune, Root system eclipses, neon signs, mystical team guy, giraffe architecture, description, a description of Emma, red onion, rapture, new rules, a rowboat, cows, Mask of the Gaze Away, three singing bowls, yellow helicopters, sixteen moon nights, the rollings, a bone-deep wind, bones, windows, the field jar, bicycle wheels, Friend Friend, a bunch of colors, cauliflower, a bridge, the chimney, fences, puddles, vocal chords, Karaoke Machine wishes, a fly, a cracked blue plastic seat, The Something Entirely Else That Certainly Must Exist, crawfish, a parallel act, a tangle of strings, the floor, fingerprints, laughing, this private event, a technical mouth, a monkey wrench, an electron, the umbrella tree, a seed pod, water, water, water, the light exploration of hands.

jubilat 25 features work by Sara Akant, Eric Amling, John Ashbery, Bridgette Bates, Bryan Beck, Elaine Bleakney, Jerimee Bloemeke, Caroline Cabrera, Sten Carlson, Marcelo Hernandez Castillo, Jack Christian, Mike Comstock, Stella Corso, Gibson Fay-LeBlanc, Henry Finch, Heather June Gibbons, Maggie Glover, Kimberly Grey, Lucy Ives, Christine Kanownik, Daniel Khalastchi, Jessica Laser, Mark Leidner, Lizzie Lee Lenson, Lesle Lewis, Dora Malech, Randall Mann, Emily McGrath-Ho, Todd Melicker, Jesse Nathan, Andrea Rexilius, Stuart Ross, Broc Rossell, Lauren Shapiro, Michael Shea, Sasha Steensen, Paige Taggart, Halie Theoharides, Rodrigo Toscano, Dara Wier, and Laurie Saurborn Young. Cover art by Mark Leidner.

I am very thankful to the poets in these pages and the poets that helped put these pages together.

Many thanks to jubilat's ever amazing staff. So many thanks to Editors Kevin González & Caryl Pagel. Many thanks to jubilat's Managing Editor, Shannon Burns. Many thanks to jubilat's Assistant Editor, Ted Powers. Many thanks to our Assistant Managing Editor, Chris Hunt Griggs. Many thanks to our Editorial Assistants —- Lizzie Lenson and John Sieracki. Many thanks to our incredible Readers —- Jon Ruseski and Andrew Cothren. Many thanks to our gifted Design Editor, Guy Pettit. Many thanks to all of our contributing editors. And a special thanks to Heather Christle.

Many thanks to Wendy Xu and Daniel Moysaenko for their excellent work hosting the jubilat/Jones Reading Series this past year, which featured remarkable readings by —- Corina Copp, Natalie Lyalin, Ariana Reines, Christopher Janke, Lucy Ives, William D. Waltz, Juliana Leslie, Bob Holman, Hannah Brooks-Motl, and Rod Smith.    

If you don’t have a subscription to jubilatSUBSCRIBE NOW to get your copy in the mail. Or if you do have a subscription to jubilat, please consider giving someone a GIFT SUBSCRIPTION.

dog meets horse with halo

dog meets horse with halo

Tonight in Baltimore! Tomorrow in Akron! Then Cleveland! Then Buffalo! Go go go! You will get to hear Wendy Xu, Brian Foley, & Luke Bloomfield read and it will get you good!
Baltimore, MD- March 17th @ NO TENTS: Bloomfield, Dimond, Foley, Krutel, Woods, XuAkron, OH - March 18th (https://www.facebook.com/events/1399396426987972/)Cleveland, OH- March 19th @ The 2014 Uncanny Voices Series - Brian Foley, Luke Bloomfield, Wendy Xu, and Matt MargoBuffalo, NY- March 20th @ Sweetness 7 Cafe, 8pm(https://www.facebook.com/events/255386007973787/

Tonight in Baltimore! Tomorrow in Akron! Then Cleveland! Then Buffalo! Go go go! You will get to hear Wendy XuBrian Foley, & Luke Bloomfield read and it will get you good!

Baltimore, MD- March 17th @ NO TENTS: Bloomfield, Dimond, Foley, Krutel, Woods, Xu

Akron, OH - March 18th 
(https://www.facebook.com/events/1399396426987972/)

Cleveland, OH- March 19th @ The 2014 Uncanny Voices Series - Brian Foley, Luke Bloomfield, Wendy Xu, and Matt Margo

Buffalo, NY- March 20th @ Sweetness 7 Cafe, 8pm
(https://www.facebook.com/events/255386007973787/




 



Theatre of the Cow ‪is the newest chapbook out from Factory Hollow Press. The depth of wisdom and imagination in these poems will be striking to any brain heart that encounters them. There is an enormous amount of things to feel and learn from these poems and the cows that live in them.
It is practice to access / a soft brain secret 
Read poems from Theatre of the Cow here in notnostrums 9. 
Come hear Lizzie Lee Lenson read from Theatre of the Cow this coming Sunday 3/9 at Flying Object with Corwin Ericson and Karen Skolfield. 
Lizzie Lee Lenson is a poet and visual artist from South Deerfield, Massachusetts. Her poems have appeared in Glitterpony. She serves as editorial assistant at jubilat.

Theatre of the Cow is the newest chapbook out from Factory Hollow Press. The depth of wisdom and imagination in these poems will be striking to any brain heart that encounters them. There is an enormous amount of things to feel and learn from these poems and the cows that live in them.

It is practice to access / a soft brain secret 

Read poems from Theatre of the Cow here in notnostrums 9. 

Come hear Lizzie Lee Lenson read from Theatre of the Cow this coming Sunday 3/9 at Flying Object with Corwin Ericson and Karen Skolfield. 

Lizzie Lee Lenson is a poet and visual artist from South Deerfield, Massachusetts. Her poems have appeared in Glitterpony. She serves as editorial assistant at jubilat.

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It’s here!