Two new poems have been published in Posit Magazine:
“Current, Unique” and “Vectors” (a series)
Click on the image below to have a look:
I’m in excellent company with the other contributors, so please check out the whole current issue:
Dennis Etzel Jr.
Many thanks to editor Susan Lewis!
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My review of No Film in the Camera
, a collection of ekphrastic poems by Norwegian poet Hanne Bramness, was just published by Poets@Work
. Many thanks to editor Liv Lansdale.
Please click the image below to see the review:
I’m delighted to announce that ten visual poetry pieces by Robert Zend have been published in Coldfront Magazine. Many thanks to Nico Vassilakis for welcoming the idea to showcase some of Zend’s typewriter art and concrete poetry, and also to Janine Zend and Natalie Zend.
Click on the image below to see the sampler. Enjoy!
. . . here are some cloud formations I took from my rooftop a few days ago:
As if rob mclennan didn’t have enough to do following the birth of his and Christine’s lovely Rose!
Using his super-human multi-tasking powers, he interviewed me in Touch the Donkey
Supplement #2. We talked about riffing on Shakespeare and connecting poetry and music.
Click the image below to Touch the Donkey
These photos originally appeared here in January 2014, but I temporarily removed them because they interrupted the flow of my series on Robert Zend. So I re-post them here.
The photos were taken following a reading for the UBC-Okanagan Visiting Authors Series and a one-week retreat that they kindly made possible. originally I had been scheduled to fly from Kelowna to Edmonton to Toronto, but that flight was cancelled due to fog in the Kelowna valley. My “rescue” flight took me from Kelowna to Vancouver, and I’m so glad it did because the scenery was spectacular.
Here are a few shots I took from the plane:
Fell Swoop: The All-Bohemian Revue
just published five short-short poems of mine. Mercy to Joel Dailey.
PS Fell Swoop is a print-only magazine published in New Orleans by Joel Dailey. To subscribe, send a note to Joel on Facebook. It’s worth every Mardi Gras doubloon you can scrounge up.