Posts Tagged “wisconsin”
Three photographs published at Counterexample Poetics. Thank you Felino Soriano!
I am very happy to announce one of my photographs, Long corridors, is up at One Thousand Shipwrecked Penguins along with a new penguin story by Marcus Speh. There is also a podcast available here. Thank you, Marcus Speh!
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 have been published in Otoliths, Issue 21. Be sure to check out the super-fantastic writers included in this issue: Raymond Farr, J.D. Nelson, Felino Soriano, Sheila E Murphy, Ed Baker, Howie Good and many more. Otoliths, Issue 21 My photographs in Otoliths, Issue 21
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 [...]
Stephanie Lecci was kind enough to invite Jennifer and David Tomaloff to discuss Bending Light Into Verse II on 89.7 FM WUWM’s Lake Effect. This interview aired Friday at about 10:20 am. The audio of the program is available to listen to or download on the Lake Effect site. Click here to listen
Thanks to Kelly Mackay, a last minute interview was scheduled on AM 1050 WLIP’s show “Happenings Radio Q&A.” I spoke with the show hosts, Frank and Kim Carmichael. The interview aired at 2:40pm Friday, April 15th. This show will be rebroadcast Monday, April 18th from 12 am – 2 am (the interview will likely be [...]
The theme this week at 52|250 was another world. I submitted my photograph titled the light and it was accepted. Thank you Walter Bjorkman! This photograph was taken last May in the Northwoods. The glow of green and fire-red/orange, along with the sound of the wind slithering through the pines made this particular night feel [...]
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 [...]
Four photographs accepted at Guerilla Pamphlets. Watch for the new photography section of the Guerilla Pamphlets website. I will update when the photographs are available for viewing. Thank you, editor, Archey P Caane!
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 [...]
1,2,3,4, yes, four photographs accepted for the Summer 2011 issue of ken*again, the literary magazine! I will update when the issue is available for those who are interested. Thank you, editor, John Delin! -Jennifer Tomaloff
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 [...]
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
Nicholas Michael Ravnikar is returning as a contributor to bending light into verse, vol II. Nicholas Michael Ravnikar teaches undergraduate composition, reading and communication courses as an adjunct instructor in Southeast Wisconsin. As publisher/editor/designer of The Bathroom, he helped organize the Racquetball Chapbook Tournament with Nick Demske. Both venues offer their publications as free (as [...]
Carly-Anne Ravnikar has confirmed she will contribute to bending light into verse, vol II. Carly-Anne Ravnikar’s poetry has appeared in The Bathroom, Monkey Puzzle, Outhouse, Straylight, and Boo. Her visual art has been featured in Outhouse and the Racine Arts Council’s “Truth, Trust, and Transition” exhibition, and her micro play, “Bo(a)r(e)d,” was produced by the [...]
Paul Scot August has confirmed he will contribute to bending light into verse, vol II. Paul Scot August was born on the North side of Chicago and moved to Wisconsin in 1986. He has an MA in Creative Writing from UW-Milwaukee. He has worked as an upholstery salesman, a roofer, a dishwasher, a mail room [...]