Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Bootstrap Blog Migration

The Bootstrap Blog has moved to its new home at the bootstrap website.

Please update your bookmarks.

See you after the jump.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

UVAS @ The Kerouac Literary Festival

Friday (night in the universe) October 1st, 2010

UVAS Poster for Kerouac Fest 10.1.10

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Free E-Book of A NEW BOOK FROM ROME & The Bootstrap Summer Fire Sale

Here at bootstrap, we love the work of John Wieners. So much so, that we (Jim, Ryan, and Derek) spent countless hours turning his journal into a physical object. We would like nothing more than for you to read his words.

In fact, if you would like to read this book, here it is, for free--in its entirety:

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A New E-book From Rome - John Wieners

If you would like to own the physical object, a 168-page, Scarlett hardcover with gilded design, which also includes ephemera, you can still buy it:

Monday, March 8, 2010

Now In-Stock: A NEW BOOK FROM ROME by John Wieners

Pre-orders shipped over the weekend.
Half of the 258 have already sold, thank-you!
Order your copy today via paypal links below.

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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Supplication - John Wieners - 2.21.02

Note: Video footage was captured by Bill Perrault.
The reading was sponsored by Jack Powers and Stone Soup.


Place your order while supplies last:

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Monday, January 4, 2010

International Orders for A NEW BOOK FROM ROME

(for US orders see post below)

A NEW BOOK FROM ROME by John Wieners

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Announcing A NEW BOOK FROM ROME by John Wieners

Rome Release - John Wieners

A NEW BOOK FROM ROME by John Wieners
(For international orders see above post.)

Friday, July 3, 2009

Recommended: eXchanges is the University of Iowa’s literary e-journal

Letter from the Editors

Does translating a text provide a mirror image of the original – even if that image is reversed or otherwise distorted – or does it mask the original behind the unfamiliar lexical and syntactical trappings of an alien language? Like any metaphor for translation, the mirror and the mask are both inadequate to capture the nuances of the process, yet both also point toward provocative discussions of the role of translation and its effects on a text. Do different layers of language and culture inform a translation and become reflected in it, or are they obscured? While as translators we aspire to overcoming mutual incomprehension, the study of translation is also inevitably a study of what is missing, of what has not been communicated, or of what has been communicated instead... read more.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

"Where Eagles Dare" (Misfits) By Pajo

Just got my copy of SCREAM WITH ME by Pajo. As far as Misfits cover albums, Pajo's is the best. Get your limited edition from Black Tent Press