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Pedestal Magazine reviews Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone

Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone is expertly reviewed by JoSelle Vanderhooft at Pedestal Magazine. Some excerpts: “The Armenian genocide is not taught in the U.S.’s public schools. . . . and not all nations even recognize that it happened. With the exception of Damad Ferit Pasha’s brief postwar [...]

The Armenian Observer reviews Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone

[Reprinted from the Armenian Observer ] An Impressive Debut:
 Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone 
By Arpi Sarafian I have lost my voice; Who will hear my song? –
Alan Semerdjian “I was born here, in a three-bedroom apart/ment overlooking Broadway. Everyone I/ knew to be family [...]

Elena Georgiou, Alan Semerdjian, and Mario Susko at the Bowery Poetry Club

December 2nd was something of a GenPop Books & GPB Consortium homecoming–or potluck, or brewhaha, or something–at the Bowery Poetry Club. Alan Semerdjian debuted In the Architecture of Bone, his first collection of poems, just out from GenPop Books, and was joined for an evening of “Hyphenated-American poetry” with Harbor [...]

Best as in “best”!? There’s just *No Telling* what’s next….

GenPop Books genuflects to fab online poetry mag No Tell Motel, run by Molly Arden and Reb Livingston. GenPop author Alan Semerdjian’s In the Architecture of Bone appears on the No Tell blog’s “Best Poetry Books of 2009,” thanks to poet Anne Gorrick (Kyotologic), Arden and Livingston. Many thanks, you [...]

New from GenPop Books: Alan Semerdjian’s In the Achitecture of Bone

Alan Semerdjian In the Achitecture of Bone ISBN: 9780982359402 Poetry, 6"x8", 120 pages, perfectbound Click here for more info, or to buy. Advance Praise for In the Architecture of Bone In the Architecture of Bone is the spirit of Armenia streaming through the mnemonic of Semerdjian’s family and their abode. [...]

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