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
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.
I’m happy as the Cheshire Cat to announce the publication of seven little “artichoke” poems in MadHat
. Thanks to editor Clare Martin, who nudged me to send some work.
Please click the link below to arrive at MadHat
‘s artichoke tea party:
PS Apologies for the rash of recent posts announcing magazine publications — after many months devoted to Robert Zend, I have a little catching up to do. There’s one more commercial, after which I promise to return to my regularly scheduled program of essays, reviews, interviews, and whatnot.
Sublime summer, everyone! (Or wondrous wintertide for those below the Tropic of Capricorn.)
Some posts got pre-empted by my series on Robert Zend, after which I took a hiatus from the blog for a couple of months. So I’m cranking it up again like an old Victrola.
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Five minimalist poems from R Is the Artichoke of Rose
are in the latest issue of Cricket Online Review
. Mwah! to the editors.
Click on the image below for the first poem, then “advance” for the rest:
Three poems of mine (“Page Dust for Will”) are in the premiere issue (print!) of Touch the Donkey
, published by rob mclennan in Ottawa. I’m in good company with Eric Baus, Hailey Higdon, rob mclennan, Norma Cole, Elizabeth Robinson, Rachel Moritz, Gil McElroy and Pattie McCarthy.
Click the image below to get to the magazine’s website and . . . well, you know:
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