NEW! Latest articles include a two-part feature on the Elaine de Kooning show of portraits in Washington DC, essays on new work by poets Bill Berkson and Ed Sanders. Articles over the last year on artists Ray Johnson, Anne Tabachnick, Robert Motherwell, Robert De Niro Sr., Jane Wilson, Jane Freilicher, Mel Edwards and Regina Bogat (see Art Writing). Essay on Frank O'Hara at The Brooklyn Rail. Poems at New York Dreaming "An Erased Rauschenberg" at Eoagh, "Decoupage" in Vanitas 7, Night Birds with watercolor by Robert Corless at Cultural Society, prose poem "Bolero" just out with a 1961 black-and-white work on paper by Robert Corless in 10th anniversary print issue of Sleepingfish (Calamari Press) pictured (left) on the shelf at St Marks Bookshop + available from Calamari Press or Amazon.
Tim Keane is a poet, fiction writer and art writer. He has won fellowships in creative writing from The National Endowment for the Arts and The Bronx Council on the Arts. His first book of poetry, Alphabets of Elsewhere (Cinnamon Press, 2007) contains poems originally published in Modern Painters, Shenandoah, Denver Quarterly, Poetry New Zealand and many other print and online magazines in US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Asia. His fiction has appeared in such print magazines as Alaska Quarterly Review, Baltimore Review, First Intensity, Northwest Review, Other Voices, Quarterly West, The Reader (UK) and The William & Mary Review. His translations of Swiss and French poetry have appeared in Cerise Press, Cipher, Drunken Boat, Metamorphoses, Parthenon West Review, Percutio (FR) and Silk Road. His essays on visual art, music, and film appear regularly in/at London Magazine, Vision (China), The Brooklyn Rail, American Book Review, electronic book review Hyperallergic Weekend, January Magazine, Kamera, Painter's Table, and Rain Taxi Review of Books. He holds a PhD in Comparative Literature and has taught at The Eugene Lang College of the New School, Pratt Institute, New York University and Hunter College. He currently teaches writing and literary modernism at BMCC, CUNY. Tim lives in New York City.