Sunday, April 14, 2019

E·ratio Poetry Journal is delighted to welcome Andreea Iulia Scridon as a new Contributing Editor.  

Andreea Iulia Scridon is a writer and translator from Romanian to English.  She grew up between Florida and Romania, both places deeply informing her poetry.  She studied Comparative Literature at King’s College London and is currently studying Creative Writing at Oxford.  She is assistant editor at Asymptote Journal, a literary journal dedicated to international work in previously unpublished English translation, and has written for World Literature Today, The Theatre Times, European Literature Network and London Grip, among other publications.  Her poetry has appeared in Romanian in Steaua Journal.  Her current work focuses on self-translation and historical magic realism.  


















Monday, January 28, 2019

Read the Editor Interview at Duotrope.

Founding and Poetry Editor Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino talks submissions and guidelines.


Friday, January 04, 2019

a noun sing e·ratio 27 · 2019   

here with Carolyn Guinzio, Marcia Arrieta, Barbara Tomash, Adam Day, Ori Fienberg, Stephanie Adams-Santos, Adam Greenberg, Parker Tettleton, Anna Niarakis, Jennifer Dawson, mica yarrow yes woods, Nicholas J.A., Shota Iatashviliin translation byDavid Chikhladze, Joel Chace, Richard Kostelanetz, Emma Roper-Evans & India Roper-Evans, and Joseph F. Keppler  

Gregory Vincent St. Thomasino reads Jake Berry’s Trilogy: Kenosis  

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 28.  Please see the Contact Page for guidelines and where to send.


Wednesday, December 12, 2018




















Further interpretations / investigations of “HistoryStrike” by visual poet Claude Nguyen.  

I am reminded of those old punch cards we used to use to enter data into computers.  The cards were perforated according to a code.  

“HistoryStrike” is from the E·ratio Editions e·chap 3 Poems Introduced by Joseph F. Keppler.  

Thank you, Claude!




Monday, December 03, 2018

E·ratio issue 27 is in production.  Proofs will go out soon. 

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“Yellow is put” and “So to reflect.” Further interpretations of “HistoryStrike” by visual poet Claude Nguyen.  

“HistoryStrike” is from the E·ratio Editions e·chap 3 Poems Introduced by Joseph F. Keppler.  

Thank you, Claude!  

Thursday, November 22, 2018











When I first saw this, I thought it was a map of the continents, or of the constellations.  By the visual poet Claude Nguyen, this is another interpretation of my poem HistoryStrike.
 
HistoryStrike” is from the E·ratio Editions e·chap 3 Poems Introduced by Joseph F. Keppler.  

Thank you, Claude!

Monday, November 19, 2018











By visual poet Claude Nguyen, “HistoryStrike is an interpretation of three poems by Gregory Vincent St Thomasino (HistoryStrike)”  

HistoryStrike” is from the E·ratio Editions e·chap 3 Poems Introduced by Joseph F. Keppler.    

Thank you, Claude Nguyen!

Friday, November 16, 2018