Category Archives: poetry

“Greyish Elegy” and “Blind Engine” in The Rusty Toque

          I’m a bit late in announcing on Rogue Embryo the publication of two poems in The Rusty Toque — but it’s “never better never than late,” as I always say, when I can figure out the syntax.
          Many thanks to the editors at The Rusty Toque!
          Click the image below to go to the poems:

RUSTY TOQUE


Camille Martin

“More Jars Than Lids” in Boog City

“More Jars Than Lids” is in issue 78 of Boog City. I’m in good company with Marisa Crawford, Jean Donnelly, Fitz Fitzgerald, and Elizabeth Robinson. Thank you, Ed. Buck Downs!

Click the image below and go to p. 7 (for an enlarged view — so you can actually read the thing — click the white rectangular icon lower right):

BOOG CITY


Camille Martin

“My Most Beautiful Poems”: a tribute to Robert Zend at Cobourg’s TEXTual ARTivity

          The April 1 opening of TEXTual ARTivity, a visual poetry exhibition at The Human Bean coffee shop in Cobourg, Ontario, featured readings by poets in attendance. Wally Keeler, one of the organizers, was good enough to videotape and upload the readings to YouTube.
          Below is my reading, in which I present Robert Zend’s exhibited typescape, “Peapoteacock” and read “My Most Beautiful Poems,” from Zend’s book From Zero to One:

PS TEXTual ARTivity will continue as an annual event in Cobourg, and that’s great news!


Camille Martin