Tuesday, December 11, 2007

A Sing Economy

A Sing Economy is: the second anthology from flim forum: A Sing Economy is: kate schapira, barrett gordon, jennifer karmin, stephanie strickland, mathew timmons, kaethe schwehn, harold abramowitz, amanda ackerman, jaye bartell, jessica smith, david pavelich, erin m. bertram, laura sims, deborah poe, a.rawlings, francois luong, michael slosek, kevin thurston, hannah rodabaugh, + tawrin baker: A Sing Economy is: available in january 2008 from flim forum press: A Sing Economy is: three films by scott puccio: A Sing Economy is: available at awp new york city: A Sing Econmomy is: edited by adam golaski + matthew klane: A Sing Economy is: A Sing Economy

Sunday, December 09, 2007

Just Buffalo

Just Buffalo
Small Press Poetry Series

Thursday, December 13th

Rust Belt Books
202 Allen Street

Matthew Klane
Kristi Meal

read the hype

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Thousand Nights and a Night

The Films of Scott Puccio
including: The Film of a Thousand Nights and a Night

(w/ Matthew Klane)

Sunday November 11th

Betty's Restaurant, Buffalo
370 Virginia St.
(in Allentown, west of Elmwood Ave.)

This is Scott Puccio's last screening before he relocates to Portland. Everyone welcome.

Tuesday, November 06, 2007


Highwatermark Salo[o]n

Saturday November 10th

5290 Hancock Highway
Equinunk, PA

Matthew Klane (poems)
Beat Keerl (images)
Doug Rogers (accordian)

The event is free. For directions:
lorijo at alum dot rpi dot edu

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

still. submit.

editors Golaski + Klane are currently reading for the second Flim Forum anthology. send submissions no later than aug. 31st, as our horror-scopes have predicted a fire will sweep thru our PO Box on Sept. 1st. read this exciting Flim Fost fo' the most detailed submission guidelines ever.

and remember: statisticians have determined that purchasing a copy of Oh One Arrow increases your chances of publication in the new anthology by 8%!!!

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

coach house + zeitgeist

editor Adam Golaski published reviews of three Coach House Books and of the new Smashing Pumpkins album at Oh One Arrow contributor John Cotter's online critical journal Open Letters.

Saturday, July 07, 2007

Boog City

Boog City
House Press

Thursday July 12th
ACA Galleries
529 W. 20th Street

Eric Gelsinger
Damian Weber
Tawrin Baker
Matthew Klane
Adam Golaski

w/ film:
Scott Puccio
and music:
White Man Much Foolish

Saturday, May 12, 2007

sub mission: antarctica! pazaow!

tho some submissions have arrived at the flim offices, editors Klane + Golaski need more to complete THE ANTHOLOGY TO COME AFTER OH ONE ARROW. panic + terror has too long been residents in our editorial hearts. heed the call and deliver unto us poetry. unsure about what we want? query Matthew Klane at klane AT flimforum DOT com. he may confuse you further, but your heart will find the way. potentially more useful hints can be found here.

Thursday, May 03, 2007

oh one arrow in providence

thursday, May 10th, 6pm:

John Cotter, Matthew Klane, Adam Golaski +

guest reader Jen Tynes

reading in Providence, Rhode Island at

Symposium Books, 240 Westminster Street

And remember: the milky way is where all your friends live.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

paul hannigan post

Read Adam Golaski's essay "Paul Hannigan: That is Not Sad; This is Not Funny" at Open Letters, a new online critical journal. Hannigan published acerbic and surreal poetry until 1976, when he withdrew from his poetry circle. He died in 2000.

[The image above is a sketch from a notebook Paul Hannigan kept between 1994 - 95.]

Friday, April 20, 2007

reading: all small caps: april 30th

adam golaski + matthew klane

will join featured reader candace curren

for the april all small caps reading

in wendell, massachusetts at the

deja brew pub

57 lockes village road----

open mic begins at 7:15pm, sign-up at 7

featured readers read at 8pm----

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Monday, April 02, 2007

spectacular + fair

let me be less aesthetic w/ this entry + more friendly b'cause my time in Buffalo was so kind----

electric city spectacular invited many artists, poets, filmmakers, + musicians, + I saw 'em all. th'delight was great. flim forum press kicked off the spectacular w/ M. Klane, Christopher Fritton, Eric Gelsinger, Aaron Lowinger + me [insert Adam Golaski here]. The beloved Jonathan Minton, ed. of word for/word, could not attend and we were sorry. a warm room in the back of Rust Belt Books suited us poets fine, and was packed w/ good folk. Oh One Arrow was sold w/ whale Male----

post Rust Belt we went to see our founding fathers. others were: Clark, Melissa, Kevin, Becky----

friday electric city kicked off at 6pm. all the readers here here is a list of all the readers----

the films of Ekrem Serdar, Francesco Gagliardi, Linsey Lodhie, + Scott J. Puccio were about light----

saturday w/ The Small Press Book Fair. at least three copies of Oh One Arrow were sold. good to be in a room full of folk who make their own paper contraptions. bought Broken Records. read to a hardworking audience----

electric city resumed. Eric, Christopher, + Aaron all performed with flimtastic grace; marvelous Jessica Smith called on Alix Bamford + Eric to demonstrate the plasticity of her poetry; + we enjoyed lit paper + Angela Szczepaniak's recipes + Jessica Fiorini's brooklynity. then music spectacular where G Lucas Crane faded tapes + jackson jackson junk-built gorgeous sound----

flim forum editorial board retired at 3am. sunday we ate w/ jessica, jen, chris, + alix. after which we hit the road for a rainy elegy----

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Buffalo - Electric City

Thursday, March 29th
Oh One Arrow
Rust Belt Books
202 Allen Street

Aaron Lowinger
Jon Minton
Matthew Klane
Adam Golaski
Christopher Fritton
Eric Gelsinger

Friday, March 30th
Electric City Spectacular I
Karpeles Manuscript Museum
453 Porter Avenue

Aaron Lowinger
Michael Slosek
Barrett Gordon
Liz Mariani
Luke Daly
Sarah Campbell
Tawrin Baker
Matthew Klane

Saturday, March 31st
Buffalo Small Press Book Fair
Karpeles Manuscript Museum

Electric City Spectacular II

Eric Unger
Robin Brox
Angela Szczepaniak
Kevin Thurston
Kevin Corbett
Christopher Fritton
Jessica Fiorini
Damian Weber
Kristianne Meal
Eric Gelsinger
Jessica Smith

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

from south to north----

a quick post to express gratitude from the editors----

in Virginia, Katie & David & Fu, all excellent hosts. Katie delivered a brilliant reading from her plant poems, including "Radiator," from which Matthew liked to quote as we drove: "Some say this genus/ is dumb as potatoes (don't believe/ everything everyone says--)." A terrific audience came to listen + to ask marvelous questions. + Adam finally saw Collosal Head #3 + a Rapanui stone carving from Easter Island----

three days later found us in Atlanta, at AWP. We shared a table with Jessica Smith and Lori Anderson Moseman, both who led us to new friends--Laura S., David P., Phil C., Kathleen R.--+ more, more, of course-- + to many new books----

other friends were found by more secretive methods, in Paris, etc.----

the final flim stop was in West Virginia, where Jon Minton had set up a reading for us at Glenville State College, + where we befriended Autumn, Ashley, + Michael. Autumn writes our story in the next edition of The Phoenix----

next: matthew in Ohio + Flim Forum in b-lo----

Thursday, February 15, 2007

oh one atlanta + etcetera

the flim forum press editors carry Oh One Arrow south----

first stop: arlington, virginia, where we read w/ Oh One Arrow poet Katie Kemple. if you'd like to join us, email klane at flimforum dot com for details----

then, AWP, where flim forum press will share a table w/ Swank Books + Outside Voices. There we'll be joined by Oh One Arrow poet John Cotter + friend of flim Elisa Gabbert. Elisa'll celebrate her new chapbook with a reading on Friday; John'll be busy promoting open letters, a new literary review----

from atlanta, flim'll travel to west virginia, to read with Oh One Arrow poet Jonathan Minton. watch this spot for more information on the Minton reading + for

safe travels----

Monday, February 12, 2007

Hartford (#1)

Oh One Arrow, just back from NYC, and now looking back to Hartford. here are some photographs from our reading at St. Joseph College on Tuesday, February 6th. thanks to all who attended, and special thanks to Hartford poet Eric Hoffman for reading, and professor-poet Dennis Barone for graciously and gracefully hosting.

Adam Golaski

Dennis Barone

photographs by Amy Golaski

Hartford (#2)

Eric Hoffman

Matthew Klane

John Cotter

photographs by Amy Golaski

Thursday, February 01, 2007

flim forum - NYC - February 10th

the NYC release of Oh One Arrrow

Saturday, February 10th
308 Bowery @ Bleecker, NYC
(readings will start promptly @ 2:00)


Thom Donovan
Adam Golaski
Lori Anderson Moseman
Christopher Fritton
Eric Gelsinger
Jacqueline Lyons
John Cotter
Jeff Paris
Michael Ives
Matthew Klane

Oh One Arrow will be for sale, $18
admission is free

(foot of First Street, between Houston & Bleecker,
across the street from CBGBs,
F train to Second Ave, or 6 train to Bleecker)

Friday, January 26, 2007

oh one arrow + hartford connecticut

the flim forum press book tour continues----

oh one arrow poets john cotter, lori anderson moseman, adam golaski, + matthew klane will read at st. joseph college on tuesday, february 6th, at 7:30pm, on the second floor of the bruyette atheneum----

our featured local poet is eric hoffman, who will be reading from his chapbook Threnody----

+ introducing us all, + reading from his new book, will be Dennis Barone----

copies of oh one arrow will be available for $18----

+ remember, members of Dr. Hoyser's Advanced Poetry class and Mr. Golaski's Major American Authors course are especially invited guests.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

A Second Anthology

flim forum press is currently seeking submissions for a second anthology, as-of-yet untitled. the best set of guidelines we can offer is our first anthology, Oh One Arrow. the reading period will span from February 1st through July 31st. send submissions to: flim forum press, PO Box 549, Slingerlands, NY, 12159. to query, email: klane@flimforum.com.

Sunday, January 21, 2007

flim forum @ Red Square

many thanks to the people @ JAWBONE and all the folks who attended the show @ Red Square on Friday night. the evening was certainly a success. we are so grateful to the contributing performers (most of whom came from far) for sharing their work w/ Albany.

Pierre Joris

Lori Anderson Moseman

Adam Golaski

Matthew Klane

Eric Gelsinger

John Cotter

Christopher Fritton

Aaron Lowinger

photographs by Mary Beth Nowak

Wednesday, January 10, 2007


the University @ Albany's
graduate student-run reading series

flim forum press' Oh One Arrow

Friday, January 19th
Red Square (388 Broadway)

featuring performances by:
Pierre Joris, Lori Anderson Moseman, Adam Golaski,
Matthew Klane, Eric Gelsinger, Christopher Fritton,
John Cotter, and Aaron Lowinger

Oh One Arrow will be for sale

take Central Ave. and continue
as Central turns into Washington Ave., then State St.
take a right on Broadway (bottom of long hill)
Red Square is on the right, one block down
(corner of Broadway and Hudson)

Monday, January 08, 2007

Oh One Arrow

flim forum press presents
Oh One Arrow

ISBN 978-0-9790888-0-3

featuring work by:
brandon shimoda, thom donovan, jonathan minton, adam golaski,
lori anderson moseman, katie kemple, christopher fritton,
eric gelsinger, jacqueline lyons, john cotter, jeff paris, michael ives,
jaime corbacho, matthew klane, pierre joris, and aaron lowinger

cover and insert art by luke daly

208 pages
(add $3.00 for shipping and handling)

to order:
send a check payable to
Matthew Klane - Flim Forum Press
PO Box 549
Slingerlands, NY 12159

or by credit card:
call Boyd Printing Company 1-800-877-2693
(Boyd has it's own, different, shipping and handling fee)

to query:

Sunday, January 07, 2007

so & so brief

Oh One Arrow appears: editor klane brought boxes of books warped and warm from the printer----

poets & friends gathered at john cotter's for a pre-reading meal. chris tonelli, host of the so & so series, prepared his introductions----

family & friends, thank you for joining us at the first flim forum press reading. you were part of our celebration. thanks to those who bought copies of Oh One Arrow, to you who also bought new genre, and to all for listening----

do join us in albany----