Sunday, July 01, 2018







a noun sing e·ratio 26

with new work by Erica Bernheim, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, Parker Tettleton, Miriam Borgstrom, Oz Hardwick, Mark DuCharme, Marty Cain, Erik Fuhrer, C.R.E. Wells, Barnaby Smith, Jonathan Riccio, Wilna Panagos, Michael Mc Aloran, Jude Cowan Montague, Francesco Aprile, Jasper Brinton, Timothy Robbins, Eileen R. Tabios, Sean Howard, Rich Murphy, Ian Gibbins, Sarah Bartlett & Barret Thomson 

and featuring —

ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN a conversation with artist Noelle Barce

and an E·ratio Editions E·Chap special —

The White Album by Adam Fieled

e·ratio is edited by Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino with contributing editors Joseph F. Keppler, Jacqueline Winter Thomas and Coleman Stevenson

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E·ratio is reading for issue 27. Please see the Contact Page for guidelines and where to send.

Thursday, June 07, 2018

Thursday, April 26, 2018

E·ratio is reading for issue 26, the deadline is June 2nd.  Please see the Contact Page for guidelines and where to send:

Monday, April 09, 2018

Sunday, February 04, 2018


E·ratio is reading for issue 26.  Please see the Contact Page for guidelines and where to send:

Monday, January 01, 2018







a noun sing e·ratio 25

with new work by Kelvin Corcoran & Alan Halsey, Emma Roper-Evans, Kathryn Hummel, Coleman Stevenson, Maria Sledmere, Sheila E. Murphy, Mark Harris, David Rushmer, Irene Koronas, Caroline Reid, George J. Farrah, Stephen Nelson, David Welch, Timothy Collins, Travis Cebula, Jim McCrary, Thomas Fucaloro and Ian Gibbins

and with excerpts from the i-series by Kjirsten Severson

and 12 x 12 Young and Younger American Poetics Posters by Joseph F. Keppler

e·ratio is edited by Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino with contributing editors Joseph F. Keppler, Jacqueline Winter Thomas and Coleman Stevenson

E·ratio has been online for fifteen years and has consistently presented a diversity of new, first-time and emerging writers alongside some of the most recognized writers of our time.  E·ratio will never ask for a donation.  Please support us with a “Like” on our FacebookPage or “Follow” us on Twitter.

E·ratio is reading for issue 26.  Please see the Contact Page for guidelines and where to send:



Wednesday, December 13, 2017














In Rapsodia 17, fall 2017, a long excerpt from my fash-fiction novel, Suicide by Language.















In Rapsodia 16, summer 2017, my poem, The Valla Problemata.

“The Valla Problemata” is wantonly based upon the life of the Italian Renaissance humanist, Lorenzo Valla.  Here is an excerpt —

V. practiced ventriloquism
by talking with figs in his mouth.
His wealthy father said, “That is impolite.”
He thought to spit them out,
but thinking twice, he swallowed hard. . . .

V. is doing Mahler,
V. is doing Liszt,
V. has little Timmy on his hip.
Timmy says all men are come-again
& Guinness’s the water of life.
Timmy says the Irish have the gift of the song.


Friday, December 01, 2017