Johannes reviews Kate's Ravenous Audience in the newest issue of Rain Taxi, bringing in the Gurlesque, Rodarte...it is a very good review. (if you haven't read RA yet, you should. I just wrote an essay drooling all over it. Why wasn't Kate in the Gurlesque anthology? That's what I want to know. Her and Ariana are my favorite poets writing this aesthetics of Artaud meets Ariel.)
Also in Rain Taxi, an interview with Lance Olsen on his Chiasmus triptych Head in Flames.
Also, I will be a bad whore, the slutty bridesmaid, and ask if any book reviewer is interested in pitching O Fallen Angel to Rain Taxi please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org! Also if you have the book if you've read it or liked it please go to Amazon.com (even if you blogged about it you can just write that blog bit for the review!) or Goodreads and rate it and review it! It's only been rated six times and some dude gave it a 3 out of 5, which is technically "good" but really means "i will shit on your parade."
I am getting emails which I LOVE about people who have read the book and actually liked it! That really makes me quite proud. Proud to be an American, for it is a very American novel. Especially since it's SET during Fourth of July! Yes! Independence Day!
Something else you can do is go to your local library and REQUEST that they order it! Or sometimes there's an email form! You should do this with all small press books that you love. It's a form of literary activism! Of small press sluttery!
God, I feel so dirty. And speaking of dirty! Such a delicious dirty text by Dodie Bellamy today on Everyday. (that's my nickname for it)