CLR 12 is now on sale


CLR 12—themed on Script as Identity—is now on sale! We’re hugely pleased with the issue, which features work by William Melvin Kelley, Ray Crump, Harry Josephine Giles, Shivanee Ramlochan, G. C. Waldrep, Renos Apostolidis, Vahni Capildeo, Peter Gizzi, and Rhys Trimble, among others. Take a look at the cover art and the contents, and order a copy using the menu above.

If you’re in the UK, there is also a time-limited special offer of  issue 10: Marginaliaissue 11: Manifestos, and issue 12, for just £15. Order here.

We sadly haven’t been able to have a launch event thanks to lockdown, but we do have some really great video readings from our authors, appearing in the posts below…


Read Online: Poems by Peter Gizzi annotated by Vahni Capildeo

Our tenth issue (2017) was themed around marginalia, so we asked some of our contributors to annotate each other’s work. What resulted was difficult to print, but happily we can share with you here ‘Sentences in a synapse field’ and ‘How to read’ by Peter Gizzi, with annotations by Vahni Capildeo.

Read Online from Issue 11: Nick Makoha, ‘The Metic Experience: A Manifesto’

A final taster of the contents of CLR 11: Manifestos — now available to read online is Nick Makoha’s manifesto on ‘The Metic Experience’. Read it here, or access this and other online content from the issue 11 contents page.

CLR 11: Manifestos Launch

Thanks to all those who joined us for the launch of CLR 11: Manifestos last Wednesday to hear Raymond Geuss on the Nicene Creed and Dada, poetry from Imogen Cassels and Paige Smeaton, mandolele songs based on Orlando Furioso by Jessica Law, and the first public reading of Rosie Šnajdr’s latest story ‘We are Cosmonauts’.