Sheila E. Murphy and John M. Bennett

Sheila E. Murphy is presently at work on a book-length volume of American Ghazals.

In addition, she is preparing work for publication with Xexoxial Press in collaboration with K.S. Ernst. In 2011, the second volume of Continuations, with Douglas Barbour, is scheduled to appear from The University of Alberta Press. Luna Bisonte Prods recently released a collaborative Pamphlet of visual poems by John M. Bennett and Sheila Murphy, titled Piedra Portátil (2011). Two additional titles in visual poetry include This Is Visual Poetry from Dan Waber’s chapbookpublisher.com (2010) and Permutoria (with K.S. Ernst). Luna Bisonte Prods (2008).

A collection of papers and publications by Murphy is held in the Avant Writing Collection, curated by Dr. John M. Bennett at The Ohio State University Libraries. In addition to numerous chapbook publications and magazine publications, the following individual full-length book publications by Murphy include:

Toccatas in the Key of D. Blue Lion Books. 2010
Reverse Haibun. Chalkeditions. 2009.
Circumsanct. Chalkeditions. 2009.
Quaternity (with Scott Glassman). Otoliths Press. 2009.
how to spell the sound of everything (with mIEKAL aND). Xerox Sutra Editions. 2009.
Collected Chapbooks. Blue Lion Books. 2008.
Parsings. Arrum Press (Finland). 2008.
The Case of the Lost Objective Case. Otoliths Press. 2007.
Continuations (with Douglas Barbour). The University of Alberta Press, 2006.
Incessant Seeds. Pavement Saw Press, 2005.
Proof of Silhouettes. Stride Press (UK), 2004.
Concentricity. Pleasure Boat Studio: A Literary Press, 2004.
Green Tea with Ginger. Potes & Poets Press, 2003.
Letters to Unfinished J. Green Integer Press, 2003.
The Stuttering of Wings. Stride Press (UK), 2002.
The Indelible Occasion. Potes & Poets Press, 2000.
Falling in Love Falling in Love With You Syntax: Selected and New Poems. Potes & Poets Press, 1997.
A Clove of Gender. Stride Press (UK), 1995.
Pure Mental Breath. Gesture Press (Toronto), 1994.
Tommy and Neil. Sun/Gemini Press (Tucson, Arizona), 1993.
Teth. Chax Press, 1991.
Sad Isn't the Color of the Dream. Stride Press (UK), 1991.
With House Silence. Stride Press (UK), 1987.


John M. Bennett has published over 300 books and chapbooks of poetry and other materials. Among the most recent are rOlling COMBers (Potes & Poets Press), MAILER LEAVES HAM (Pantograph Press), LOOSE WATCH (Invisible Press), CHAC PROSTIBULARIO (with Ivan Arguelles; Pavement Saw Press), HISTORIETAS ALFABETICAS (Luna Bisonte Prods), PUBLIC CUBE (Luna Bisonte Prods), THE PEEL (Anabasis Press), GLUE (xPress(ed)), LAP GUN CUT (with F. A. Nettelbeck; Luna Bisonte Prods), INSTRUCTION BOOK (Luna Bisonte Prods), la M al (Blue Lion Books), CANTAR DEL HUFF (Luna Bisonte Prods), SOUND DIRT (with Jim Leftwich; Luna Bisonte Prods), BACKWORDS (Blue Lion Books), NOS (Redfox Press), D RAIN B LOOM (with Scott Helmes; xPress(ed)), CHANGDENTS (Offerta Speciale), L ENTES (Blue Lion Books), NOS (Redfoxpress), SPITTING DDREAMS (Blue Lion Books), ONDA (with Tom Cassidy; Luna Bisonte Prods), 30 DIALOGOS SONOROS (with Martín Gubbins; Luna Bisonte Prods), BANGING THE STONE (WITH Jim Leftwich; Luna Bisonte Prods), FASTER NIH (Luna Bisonte Prods); RREVES (Editions du Silence); NEOLIPIC (Argotist); LAS CABEZAS MAYAS/MAYA HEADS (Luna Bisonte Prods); BALAM MALAB (Logan Elm Press); LA VISTA GANCHA (Luna Bisonte Prods); THE SOCK SACK/UNFINISHED FICTIONS/MORE INSERTS (with Richard Kostelanetz; Luna Bisonte Prods); T ICK TICK TIC K (Chalked Editions); THIS IS VISUAL POETRY (This is Visual Poetry); EL HUMO LETRADO: POESÍA EN ESPAÑOL (Chalk Editions); ZABOD (Tonerworks); TEXTIS GLOBBOLALICUS (3 vols.; mOnocle-Lash Anti-Press); NITLATOA (Luna Bisonte Prods); and OHIO GRIMES AND MISTED MEANIES (with Ben Bennett, Bob Marsh, Jack Wright; Edgetone Records). He has published, exhibited and performed his word art worldwide in thousands of publications and venues. He was editor and publisher of LOST AND FOUND TIMES (1975-2005), and is Curator of the Avant Writing Collection at The Ohio State University Libraries. Richard Kostelanetz has called him “the seminal American poet of my generation”. His work, publications, and papers are collected in several major institutions, including Washington University (St. Louis), SUNY Buffalo, The Ohio State University, The Museum of Modern Art, and other major libraries. His PhD (UCLA 1970) is in Latin American Literature.
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