Posts Tagged “poet”
Data file recovery complete: telephone cables arranged in cedilla, icicles accent aigu. A light meter teeter-totters—overcast, the selenium shot—like a spirit level bubble, wavering. Shannon, Reykjavik, Santa Maria, on HF radio, U- or V-: “the night ark / adrift, / & water- / divided, the / stars.” -Andrew Zawacki originally published in Conjunctions 56: Terra [...]
Spread the word! Bending Light into Verse III is officially released. Softcover print version available for preview & purchase at Blurb: Bending Light Into Verse III Online viewing or PDF download – available $free at Issuu Bending Light Into Verse III
Joe’s Smoke & News is the title of Doug Draime‘s latest ebook. The description on Smashwords reads: “A subtle, nostalgic, and haunting vision of loyalty, lust, and loneliness in 1950s Indiana–written by small press legend Doug Draime, and presented by mendicant bookworks”. Available here: Joe’s Smoke & News
Bending Light into Verse V2 contributor Helen Vitoria has recently announced Thrush Poetry Journal. Why the name THRUSH? According to their site: “Thrushes are a species of bird, the songs of some are considered to be among the most beautiful in the world. We love that and that is how we feel about poetry.” Congratulations, [...]
Bending Light into Verse contributor, David Tomaloff, has a new chapbook titled Olifaunt.This chapbook is available for free through Red Ceilings Press (viewed on ISSUU or downloaded as a PDF). Open publication – Free publishing – More david tomaloff
Bending Light into Verse V2 contributors, Howie Good and Nic Sebastian, have joined forces to bring the world the fifth installment of Whale Sound’s Audio Chapbooks. Threatening Weather combines Howie Good’s vividly stunning poetry with a meticulous and haunting reading treatment only Nic Sebastian could provide. Nic and Howie kindly chose my photograph, Flood-Racine, WI [...]
Three photographs published at Midwestern Gothic. Thank you *Paul Scot August and Robert Vaughan for recommending this terrific journal. *note: Paul Scot August is in issue 1, buy it, read it. Thank you Robert James Russell!
Four of my photographs published at Guerilla Photography! Also, be sure to check out Guerilla Pamphlets Volume 10 for some JD Nelson, Felino A. Soriano, David Tomaloff & more. Thank you, Archey P Caane Guerilla Photography Guerilla Pamphlets Volume 10
The release event was a great success! David Tomaloff was able to capture the audio from the event. Audio clips will be posted soon. Extra special thanks to Matt Specht, who was the emcee for the evening. Also, a big thank you to Straylight Literary Magazine for hosting the event. And last, but certainly not [...]
Jason Behrends has posted a nice little review on Bending Light into Verse II on What to Wear During an Orange Alert. Thank you Jason!!
J.D. Nelson, a phenomenal writer whose work appears in Bending Light into Verse II, has an e-chapbook titled ROMAN MEAL published by Ten Pages Press. $Free download. Download it, read it, tell your mom about it. Share it with everyone!
Bending Light into Verse contributor, David Tomaloff, was recently interviewed by Robert Vaughan on 89.7 WUWM Lake Effect’s Flash Fiction Friday series. You can hear the flash interview and David read his writing titled WE LOST THE CHILDREN, ONE BY ONE (originally published by HOUSEFIRE). David’s interview starts at ≈5:45ish see: Flash Fiction Friday, Danger and [...]
Open publication – Free publishing – More bendinglightintoverse Aquire Available for preview & purchase at Blurb: Bending Light Into Verse II (premium paper) Bending Light Into Verse II (standard paper) PDF version – available $free at Issuu Bending Light Into Verse II Photography by: Jennifer L. Tomaloff Featuring written works by: Felino A. Soriano Doug [...]
Bending Light into Verse v.2 contributor, Paul Scot August, will be interviewed by none other than Bending Light into Verse v.2 contributor, Ed Makowski with Stephanie Lecci on 89.7 WUWM: Lake Effect. Tune in at 10am to hear the interview as it airs, and then go here to listen to it again. Yes, it’s going [...]
Phantom Kangaroo | issue: no. 4 | eerie place for poems | 13th day | thirteen poems Ed Makowski | poem: dave’s con-trails | inspired by: photograph below | chupacabras | werewolves | government experiments Helen Vitoria | poem: lost dialog | conversations | carried | magnolia | ghost Jennifer Tomaloff | photograph: inspiration for [...]
Since we are on a roll of Bending Light into Verse V2 contributors who have e-chaps via Gold Wake Press… let’s continue! Nicholas Michael Ravnikar, a terrific writer whose work appears in both Volume I and Volume II of Bending Light into Verse, also has an e-chap published by Gold Wake Press titled Luxury Pocket [...]
Another contributor to Bending Light into Verse V2, the incredible Howie Good, has a free e-chap available at Gold Wake Press. Go now and download The St. Valentine’s Day Massacre by Howie Good. Enjoy!
As you patiently wait for the release of Bending Light into Verse V2, head over to Gold Wake Press and download The Sights and Sounds of Arctic Birds, a free e-chap by Bending Light into Verse V2 contributor, Helen Vitoria. There may—or may not—be a quiz, kids.
Volume I of bending light into verse is now available online at ISSUU. You can view the book in its entirety online or you can download the PDF version. Open publication – Free publishing – More wisconsin
Helen Vitoria has confirmed she will contribute to bending light into verse, vol II. Helen Vitoria lives and writes in Effort, PA. Her work can be found and is forthcoming in: PANK, wicked alice, The Orange Room Review, The Dirty Napkin, Gigantic Sequins, The Scrambler, The Cartier Street Review, Sunfish Poetry Magazine, Monkeybicycle, Tiger’s Eye: [...]