(Some from) DIAGRAM: a Print Anthology features selections from our first two years plus much more. It is out now from Del Sol Press.
Available Now! $10! Buy at the New Michigan Press storefront, also soon through the Del Sol Press. Or order it from Amazon, or if you're in the NYC area, buy it at Spoonbill & Sugartown, 218 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, 718-387-7322. If you know a bookstore that might be interested in carrying this title, ask them to order it from Ingram, or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get in touch with them.
:: contributors: Claire Bateman, Michele Battiste, T. J. Beitelman, Andrew Bomback, Marni Borek, John Bradley, Joel Brouwer, Alissa Carrier, Geneva Chao, Maile Chapman, Laurence Davies, Andrew Davis, C. Nolan DeWeese, Brendan Egan, Mark Ehling, Daniel Paul Eness, Kevin Fanning, Eileen Favorite, Amalie Flynn, Benjamin Gantcher, Lara Glenum, Matthew Glenwood, Ray Gonzalez, Robert Gregory, Paul Guest, Paul Hamill, Paul Hardacre, Brandon Hobson, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Ariana-Sophia Kartsonis, Diane Kerr, Christine Boyka Kluge, Lindsay Knisely, Joshua Kryah, Norman Lock, Robert Hill Long, Jack Martin, Matt Mason, Medbh McGuckian, Philip Metres, Robert Miltner, Rita Moe, Ron Mohring, Simon Perchik, Drew Perry, matt robinson, Jeffrey Salane, Kate Schapira, Eric Schwerer, David Seiter, Brandon Shimoda, Michael Sowder, Bill Spratch, Victor Streeby, Eugene Thacker, Bob Thurber, Bryan Tomasovich, Paul A. Toth, Christiane Voisin, G. C. Waldrep, Scott Weaver, Derek White, Patti White, Caroline Wilkinson, Jake Adam York.
:: specifications: paperback, 6.14" x 9.21", 228 pp, finely-designed, finely-printed, $10
:: We love our online presence, but there is something about having the book, the fact of the thing, artifact, in front of you and thumbing through its pages. The art is crisper, more detailed, larger. The texts are even more satisfying. Plus you can rip out the pages of the pieces you just don't like. Smear the margins with your Dorito-stained or blood-stained fingers, depending whether you come from lunch or murder.