JEROEN NIEUWLAND: books, chapbooks, magazines, journals, pamphlets, posters, poems, pastiche, essays, articles, collaborations, PDFs.
– – BOOKS BOOKS BOOKS – –
VIERSOME . long poem. 2014.
VIERsomes 2: Francesca Lisette/nick-e melville/Samantha Walton/Jeroen Nieuwland , London, Veer Press, 2014.
Vital work by 4 young poets, from London, Scotland & Berlin. The third of our Viersomes shows the critique of reality & the drive to radical experiment , working together in exciting new poetry.
6×9” size. 142 pages. March 2014. £8.00
VierSomes Publication 002 [ISBN: 978-1-907088-65-0]
Buy from VEER books website
TERRAIN / Essays on the New Poetics, eds. David Vichnar & Olga Pek
ISBN 978-80-7308-526-1 (paperback). 208pp
Publication date: December 2014
Price: € 12.00 (not including postage)
Within our global-local environment there reverberates a polyphony of realities that are inter-actual, intersecting, constantly contested, and always in the process of assuming new forms, forming new hybrids, taking new plunges in transversal directions. The essays collected in the present volume have been written in and between London, Paris, Berlin & Prague and first appeared in the arts and poetics magazine VLAK. As such, the essays position themselves “in between”–internationally, interculturally, & intertextually–in order to map the terrain of an emergent poetics.
Guillermo Suarez Ara
PHASE SPACE TRAJECTORY (2018)
PHASE SPACE TRAJECTORY (PDF), A Firm Nigh Holistic Press, Berlin, 2018
SPLAT , (2015), Sam Langer & Jeroen Nieuwland
SPLAT (pdf), 2015
– – MAGAZINES MAGAZINES MAGAZINES – –
VLAK MAGAZINE ISSUE 2, “Sutured to Chaos: the Masterful Failings of Monika Cichoń”
PDF OF ARTICLE “Sutured to Chaos”
Editorial collective: Louis Armand, Pam Brown, David Vichnar, Olga Pek, Stephen Mooney, Larry Sawyer, Steven J. Fowler, Jeroen Nieuwland, Ali Alizadeh, Michael Brennan, Edmund Berrigan
ISSN 1804-512X. 664pp.
Publication date: May 2015
Litteraria Pragensia: Prague, Sydney, New York, Tokyo, London, Melbourne, Berlin, Chicago, Amsterdam
Price: € 20.00 (not including postage)
The India Committee of the Netherlands (ICN) is a human rights organisation dedicated to improving the lives of the marginalized in South Asia by giving information, awareness raising, advocacy, lobby, networking, research and publicity. To achieve its goals ICN cooperates with local organisations in India as well as organisations in the Netherlands, Europe and worldwide.
The four main themes of the ICN are:
- Child labour and education
- Corporate accountability in sectors such as garments, natural stone, seeds and tea
- Dalits (caste discrimination)
- Human Rights: policies and practices in India
– – ESSAYS ESSAYS ESSAYS – –
– – POEMS – –
– – ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE – –
EMAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org