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In series 4, we go off-book, beginning in the previous episode with the recording of a live reading given by Harmony Holliday and Ariana Reines. Here in 4.2, you have the chance to closely listen to three of the works that Fence has published directly to the website -- Christopher Schmidt's work transcends time and space, delving deeply into queer desire and sociality in turn of the century Brazil. Holly Mitchell engages the work of Matthew Rohrer, And lexi welch's tour-de-force piece combines woman's soccer with eros and complex sociality.   1) A NATURAL HISTORY OF CRUISINGCHRISTOPHER SCHMIDT* *   An attractive figure rounds the corner. Is he? Yes, very. Your gaze locks in his. The moment dilates. Take in the hooded eyes, the aquiline nose. Zero the body. You feel a flush of arousal, a stirring below. Your pulse grows palpable. The mouth wets but you can’t swallow.2) By Accident Here I Am Again: Holly Mitchell's Centos of Matthew Rohrer's The Sky Contains the Plans Holly Mitchell with Matthew RohrerApril 5, 2021Elecment Series #93) ASTROTURFLEXI WELCH"Astroturf eats sun like a late meal. The heat greets my left cheek, right cheek rushes with soiled roadway breeze, I reconcile two or more feelings. The astroturf at the Women’s World Cup in 2015 was reportedly 120 degrees at kickoff. Hot surface for the hot […]This episode was produced by Ashley Mayne and Jason Zuzga.Support the show
The time is 6:51 pm, eastern daylight savings time, May 14, 2022, lull in covid, spring. The location is a non-profit library and workspace, Wendy's Subway, located at 379 Bushwick Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11206.The speakers you will hear are Rebecca Wolff, Ariana Reines, Sade, and Harmony Holiday.  Ariana will be reading from her new manuscript-in-progress, The Rose, and Harmony will be reading from her newly published epic, Maafa, from Fence Books. Fence Sounds, a podcast, is produced by Fence Magazine, Inc., a 501c3 nonprofit organization. Learn more at fenceportal.org about all the Fence Publications, which include Fence Books, Fence Magazine, Elecment, Fence Digital, Fence Steaming, and Constant Critic. Subscribe to the magazine, and purchase a book by Ariana Reines, Harmony Holiday, and other fence authors again at fenceportal.org. Thanks for listening. Support the show
Featuring the work of FENCE 37/38 contributors. In this episode, we begin with the poet Delicia Daniels, reading with the eerie lulling sound of the sea from poems based on chilling research into antebellum law archives. Next up is Jordan E. Franklin, reading the exuberant poem, "Sometime in January (after David Bowie)." Josh May reads a poem. Josh is followed by Kyle Booten reading his poems "Window Scene Beginning with Lines Written by a Stranger," "Autocomplete Poem," and "Rx #854243." Then we slide into a song, "Autumn Knows Icicles," performed by Dave JaVu, whose array of many songs are all available on Soundcloud.  Poems by Austin S. Lin follow the music, including "One Last Biology to Unravel (Mariana Trench, 7 mile mark)," A bridge in America shouldn’t just fall down," and "Scotland Kept Trying to Sell Us American Garlic Bread."  Christopher Randall  reads his poem “What is normal now.”  The story in this episode is "The Emmigrant" by Scott Lambridis. And then we close with another song by Dave JaVu, called "To infinity."   Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 37/38 contributors. The poems "celery" and "What's Wrong with?" by Stine An,  "Lover's Trilogy" by Zosia Wiatr, "Lil Miquela," "Sunnyvale," "Bad Actors," and "Confessionalisms"  by Caitlyn Tella.  poems "   The story "As Something Breaks" by Sara Duff.  Also including the music of KIKA, whose numerous songs, such as the two in this episode, are available for your listening pleasure on Soundcloud, Apple Music, Spotify. Bandcamp, Pandora, Tidal,   Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors:Poem "Sphynx of black quartz, judge my vow!" and Song "Cross-Hatched Class War" by Chris Stroffolino, Two Short Stories by David Schuman "Small Best Man" and "Ring Bearer," Story by Suzanne Scanlon "The Ghost of Things," A Conversation between David Schumann and Suzanne Scanlon about writing and life during the Covid epidemic,  Song by Normal State "the reflection of light" from the album  "cloudy, like your head." Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors:Microstories embedded as Amazon Reviews by Kevin Killian, curated and introduced by David Buuck, Poetry from Jamie Thomson, Music by Cove Blue of Normal State- cloudy, like your head - reconstructed,  Fiction from Alyssa Claire Greene,  Fiction by Kirstin Kashock, Poetry by Michelle Taransky,  Poetry by Dong Li.  Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Poetry from Matthew Broaddus, Poetry and boyfriend's commentary from Strummer Hoffston, Poetry from Zebulon Huset , A poetry telephone conversation between Zebulon Huset and Paco Márquez. Music by Cove Blue of Normal State.  Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga. More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website. A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and Interviews With most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated. Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine. This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors.Poetry from Brandon Downing, Nonfiction from Adrienne Walser, Music by Cove Blue of Normal State, Poetry from John McShea, Fiction from Robert Lopez,  and Poetry from Peter Giebel.  Episode Three coming soon! More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, Fence is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine. This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the following FENCE Issue 36 Contributors: Poetry from Damon Moore,  Phyllis Peters, Lesle Lewis, Colleen O'Brien, Sarah Heady, a conversation between Collen O'Brien and Sarah Heady, poetry from José Luis Moctezuma, and music from Cove Blue of Normal State.More on Apollinaire: "La parole au timbre juste": Apollinaire, poetry audio, and experimental French phonetics by Chris Mustazza.Apollinaire's early recording at PennSound.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.Rep. Barbara Jordan's full remarks: Barbara Jordan on the Constitution and the Nixon Impeachment Hearings.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, Fence is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated. Rebecca Wolff is the creator and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was created and edited by Jason Zuzga.  Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
This single podcast contains nearly the entirety of the works in the print edition of FENCE Magazine 35, Winter/Spring Issue of 2019. You can listen to the entire issue in one long and luxurious literary binge, or, instead, you can, on your own time, not all at once, listen to the contents via any sequence of the navigable chapters that you choose. Writers include Edgar Garcia, Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore, Tess Brown-Lavoie, Laura Sims, Eleni Sikelianos, Leah Dworkin, Rachel Levitsky, Christopher Patrick Miller, Blake Butler, Tamara Barnett-Herrin, Nora Toomey, Ji Yoon Lee, David Blair, David Alejandro Hernandez, Nawal Nader French, Jenessa VanZutphen, Robin Clarke, Brian Kim Stefans, Wendy C. Ortiz, Jesse Nathan, Abby Minor, Gary Lundy, Margaret Johnson, Amy Lawless, Emmett Gallagher, Matthew Moore, Steven Alvarez, Sam Truitt, Josh Kalscheur, Joanna Fuhrman, Tasia Trevino, James Tate, Nicole Burdick, Desirée Alvarez, Nat Suffrin, Alison Wellford, Liana Jahan Imam, Bonnie Chau, Steffan Triplett, Dan Chu, Serena Solin, Erica Hunt, Timothy Otte, Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle, and BC Griffith. Music provided by the permission of Matmos. This audiobook/podcast has been gathered and assembled by Jason Zuzga. He is one of the print journal's two Other/Nonfiction Editors along with Sarah Falkner.In continuous publication since 1998, FENCE is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE also publishes a range of books and additional digital content, such as Fence Streaming Posts, Afrosonics/Mythscience, Elecment and The Constant Critic. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. FENCE is edited by Rebecca Wolff. For FENCE's COMPLETE MISSION STATEMENT and FULL LIST OF EDITORIAL STAFF: click and scroll down.Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
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Fence Sounds – 3.5  Season 3, Episode 5, with readings from contributors to the Fence Literary Journal Double print Issue, number 37 slash 38, produced by our Editor-in-Chief, Rebecca Wolff. I’m Jason Zuzga, one of the Nonfiction and Other editors of Fence the print journal, I’m also an editor of one of Fence’s online publication arms, Fence Steaming, found at fenceportal.org. Online at fencedigital.com we also have Constant Critic, edited by Emily Wallis Hughes,  with a library of our reviews of poetry.  Emily also edits Elecment on Fence Digital with experiments in media and poetry. Check out fenceportal.org/about to read essays by our editors including me plus a little essay I wrote about fence’s history. In this episode, we open with Elizabeth Robinson & Suzanne Dyckman’s collaborative ekphrastic poems, read by Elizabeth Robinson, Four Paintings by Agnes Martin, including "Eight Fish Under Water", "Walking," "Blessings," and "Red Bird." Adam Veal will read the poems “Archivore” and “Looper.” Then Claire Dougherty reads the poem “Get Back to Me Sometime.” After that, Michael Borth will read three poems, “Healed and Healed,” “I Have Had a Child,” and “The Strangers of the Land.  Before moving into this episode’s short fiction, you’ll hear an original song, “James”  by KIKA, who is also featured in this season’s first and third episodes. More Music by Kika is available on Soundcloud, Spotify,  Apple Music,  Bandcamp, Pandora, and Tidal.  Next, Michelle Suzann’s short story “Bottom of the Hill.” We close with Kika’s song "Midnight Drive." Fence Steaming, found at Fenceportal.org, with such offerings as a print and audio collaboration POEMS FROM WHERE HERE WERE WE by Charles Bernstein and Norman Fischer, an essay by Adoley Ammah-Tagoe, METROPOLIS: SCRAPS FROM ACCRA, GHANA, and an essay by Whitney DeVos, "CAN ESTADOUNIDENSES WATCH A 'FOREIGN FILM?' ON CUARÓN’S ROMA." A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsSupport the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Welcome to Fence Sounds, Season 3, Episode 3, with readings from the Fence Double print issue, number 37/38 Spring Summer 2021. I’m Jason Zuzga, one of the Nonfiction and Other editors of Fence the print journal, I’m also an editor of one of Fence’s online publication arms, Fence Steaming, found at fenceportal.org. Online at fencedigital.com we also have Constant Critic, edited by Emily Wallis Hughes,  with a library of our reviews of poetry.  Emily also edits Elecment on Fence Digital with experiments in media and poetry. Check out fenceportal.org/about to read essays by our editors including me plus a little essay I wrote about fence’s history. In this episode, you will hear a fantastic lineup of poets reading their poems along with a short piece of fiction. We open with Stephanie Ellis Schlaifer, reading the poem "The Minister of the Cabinet of Bespoke Futures."  After, Jessica Holburn reads the poem “Comprehensive Worry.”  Next up is  Veronic Kuhn reading “To and Fro.” Stella Corso reads the poem “I Went Back to the City. Mona Kareem reads the poem “The Room of Escape and Leisure”  A Smith reads “The Rub, or Out pops the Genie.” Laura Mullen will read the poem Archive." We will hear a song by Dave JaVu called "undertow." Ashunda Norris will read the poems “For Jair”, an excerpt from the poem “Self Portrait as Teacher Burnout”  and then "Lowdes County, Georgia 1918."  Ted Dodson will read an untitled poem, Then Michael Holt will read his short story “What Was Left.” Adra Raine will read the poem "Malware." And Rob McLellan will round us out with "Four Poems for Fence." We close with the song Sunkissed by Dave JaVu, whose many other songs you can listen to on Soundcloud. Hosted by Jason Zuzga, author of the poetry collection Heat Wake and one of the Nonfiction and Other editors of FENCE.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsFence Steaming, found at Fenceportal.org, with such offerings as a print and audio collaboration POEMS FROM WHERE HERE WERE WE by Charles Bernstein and Norman Fischer, an essay by Adoley Ammah-Tagoe, METROPOLIS: SCRAPS FROM ACCRA, GHANA, and an essay Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 37/38 contributors.  Season 3, Episode 3. In this episode, we open with Erik Kennedy’s prose piece entitled "The Please Stop Killing Us And Destroying Everything that Sustains Us Society."  After, Randy Prunty reads poems "Earth Elegy: Low Tide" and "Earth Elegy, Amateurs."  Next up is Hillary Plum, reading poems “Canal” and “Planned Parenthood.”  Samantha Burns reads their prose poem “Shearling” – then Katie Marya reads their poem "The Crisis Is Not Knowing." Jeff Sirkin will read his poem "Deterritorial" and Andrew Seguin will read his poem "Trees." Our penultimate poet of this episode is Benjamin Niespodziany, reading poems "The Shopping Plaza" and "The Standup Comic," followed by Kathryn Mockler, who closes out the poems with "Tumble in the Hay," "Dark Thoughts," and "I Should Have Invited Him In." Before moving into this episode’s short fiction, you’ll hear an original song, “Male Manipulator”  by KIKA, who is also featured in this season’s first episode. More Music by Kika is available on Soundcloud, Spotify,  Apple Music,  Bandcamp, Pandora, and Tidal.  Next, Jackelyn Hoy’s story “Breaking.” We close with Kika’s song Crossed Animals. Hosted by Jason Zuzga, author of the poetry collection Heat Wake and one of the Nonfiction and Other editors of FENCE. A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsFence Steaming, found at Fenceportal.org, with such offerings as a print and audio collaboration POEMS FROM WHERE HERE WERE WE by Charles Bernstein and Norman Fischer, an essay by Adoley Ammah-Tagoe, METROPOLIS: SCRAPS FROM ACCRA, GHANA, and an essay by Whitney DeVos, "CAN ESTADOUNIDENSES WATCH A 'FOREIGN FILM?' ON CUARÓN’S ROMA."Online we also have Constant Critic with a library of our reviews of poetry books and Elecment with experiments in media and poetry. All and more which you can find at fencedigital.com. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors:  "Dog Eaters" a story by Angie Sijun Lou, A poem presented by Anna Morrison entitled "Approaching Sleep,"  "Racquet Theory" a song by Normal State, Adam Kinner talks to Cove Blue of Normal State. Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors:Nonfiction on music by Adam Kinner, Poetry from Gabrielle Jennings, and a phone conversation between Adam Kinner and Gabrielle Jennings about music, art practice, and appropriation.  Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors:Poems ”The bar in my neighborhood," "Wounded Deserter" read by Raquel Guttiérrez, Poems "A Coin Purse of Krona," A Hurtful Angel with a line from Austin Osman Spare," "Heart Failure" read by Matthew Kosinski,  Song "forsythia" from the album  "cloudy, like your head" by Normal State. Poem "Red Armor" read by Rachel Galvin, Poem "My Dearest Psalm XXIII" read by CR Grimmer, Song "cloudy, like your head" from the album  "cloudy, like your head" by Normal State. Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of Fence Magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors: Ava Hoffman Poetry from leechbook, Charles Legere Poem  “The Coppices of Pleasure ," Isaac Pickell Poem :"The Stories that Aren’t Told," Kathleen Heil Story “You Disappoint Me”, Normal State from album "the weather "- "tdfw"   Opening and Closing noise by Jason Zuzga.More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, FENCE is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine.This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
Featuring the work of FENCE 36 contributors.Poetry from Wayne Koestenbaum, Poetry and Music from Jackie Clark and Ryan Anselmi, Poetry from Makmak Faunlagui, Fiction from JoAnna Novak, Poetry from Paco Márquez, Poetry from Kristin Bock, and a Nonfiction Essay from Matthilda Bernstein Sycamore. Music by Cove Blue of Normal State.  Opening noise by Jason Zuzga. Episode Four coming soon!More on Normal State: Bandmember Covelline Blue's Art and Music Website.A HISTORY OF FENCE: Including Essays by FENCE Editors and Selected Articles and InterviewsWith most of the entirety of the published journal's contents read aloud by the authors, the FENCE audiobook/podcast continues to push boundaries in literary publishing. In continuous publication since 1998, Fence is a biannual print journal of poetry, fiction, art, and criticism that redefines the terms of accessibility by publishing challenging writing distinguished by idiosyncrasy and intelligence rather than by allegiance with camps, schools, or cliques. FENCE is committed to publishing from the outside and the inside of established communities of writing, seeking always to interrogate, collaborate with, and bedevil all the systems that bring new writing to light. As a non-profit, Fence is mandated to make decisions outside of the requirements of market force or capital concern, and only in keeping with its mission: to maintain a dedicated venue for writing and art that bears the clear variant mark of the individual’s response to their context; and to make that venue accessible to as many, and as widely, as possible so that this work can reach others, that they may be fully aware of how much is possible in writing and art; such that Fence publishes almost entirely from its unsolicited submissions; and is committed to publishing the literature and art of queer writers and writers of color. All material is (c) Fence Magazine, Incorporated.Rebecca Wolff is the founder and editor-in-chief of FENCE magazine. This podcast was produced and edited by Jason Zuzga. Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)Support the show (https://www.fenceportal.org/subscribe/)
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