Wednesday, September 16, 2020

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Mark Parsons  /  Linda king

 

Mark Parsons’ poems have recently been published in Dahlhousie ReivewThe Floor Plan,North Dakota Quarterly, Antigonish Review,and Cobalt Review. 

 

Linda King is the author of the poetry collections Dream Street Details (Shoe Music Press, 2013), Reality Wayfarers (Shoe Music Press, 2014), No Dimes for the Dancing Gypsies (BlazeVOX Books, 2016), Ongoing Repairs to Something Significant (BlazeVOX Books, 2017) and Antibodies in the Alphabet (BlazeVOX Books, 2019).  She has been nominated for Best of the Net and for The Pushcart Prize.  She lives and writes by the sea on The Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.


 

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Sunday, September 06, 2020

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Heller Levinson  /

 

Heller Levinson, the originator of Hinge Theory, lives in New York.  His latest book is Seep (Black Widow Press, 2020). 


 

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Wednesday, September 02, 2020

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Darren C. Demaree  /  Andrew Brenza

 

Andrew Brenza’s recent chapbooks include Poems in C (Viktlösheten Press), Bitter Almonds & Mown Grass (Shirt Pocket Press) and Waterlight (Simulacrum Press).  He is also the author of four full-length collections of visual poetry, most recently Automatic Souls from Timglaset Editions and Alphabeticon & Other Poems from Redfoxpress. 

 

Darren C. Demaree is the author of fourteen poetry collections, most recently Unfinished Murder Ballads (October 2020, Backlash Press).  He is Managing Editor of the Best of the Net Anthology and Ovenbird Poetry.  Darren is online at darrencdemaree.com.

 

 

 

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Tuesday, August 25, 2020

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Stephen Bett

 

Stephen Bett is a widely and internationally published Canadian poet with 24 books in print.  His personal papers are archived in the Contemporary Literature Collection at Simon Fraser University.  Stephen Bett in online at stephenbett.com.  


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Monday, August 10, 2020

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Ann Pedone  /

 

Ann Pedone graduated from Bard College and has a Master’s degree in Chinese from UC Berkeley.  She is the author of the chapbook, The Bird Happened.  Her work has recently appeared in Riggwelter, Main Street Rag, Poet head, Cathexis Northwest, The Wax Paper and The Phare, among others.


 

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Friday, July 31, 2020

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Paul Shumaker / Adam Day


Paul Shumaker’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Deluge, Word For/Word and X-Peri. He holds an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. 

Adam Day is the author of Left-Handed Wolf (LSU Press, 2020) and Model of a City in Civil War (Sarabande Books) and is the recipient of a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship for Badger, Apocrypha, and of a PEN Award. He is the editor of the forthcoming anthology, Divine Orphans of the Poetic Project, from 1913 Press. His work has appeared in the APR, Boston Review, e·ratio 27, Volt, Kenyon Review, Iowa Review, and elsewhere. He is the publisher of Action, Spectacle. 


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Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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Mark Young  /  Zebulon Huset


Mark Young’s most recent books are a collection of visual pieces, The Comedians, from Stale Objects de Press, turning to drones, from Concrete Mist Press and turpentine, from Luna Bisonte Prods. 

Zebulon Huset is a teacher, writer and photographer living in San Diego.  His writing has recently appeared in Meridian, The Southern Review, Fence, Rosebud, Atlanta Review and Texas Review, among others.  He publishes a writing prompt blog Notebooking Daily and is the editor of the journal Coastal Shelf. 




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Monday, July 13, 2020

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Jai Hamid Bashir  /  Paul A. Green

Amanda Laughtland  /  Mridula Sharma


Amanda Laughtland lives in the suburbs of Seattle and teaches English at a local college.  Her work appeared in issues 8, 14 and 24 of E·ratio.  Her poems included here incorporate found text from the New King James translation of the Bible. 

Mridula Sharma is a poet and a creative writing mentor.  She has published various research papers in national and international journals.

Born to Pakistani-American immigrant artists, Jai Hamid Bashir was raised in the American West.  She has published in The American Poetry Review, Small Orange Press, Palette Poetry, The Margins, Academy of American Poets, and others.  An MFA student at Columbia University in the City of New York, she writes between Salt Lake City, Utah, Washington Heights and Lahore, Pakistan.  Jai Hamid Bashir is online at jaihamidbashir.com/. 

Paul A. Green’s poetry collections include The Gestaltbunker (Shearsman Books 2012) and Shadow Times (QBS Publications 2019).  He has also written speculative fiction, like The Qliphoth (Libros Libertad 2007) and Beneath the Pleasure Zones I & II (Mandrake of Oxford 2014/2016).  His dramas for radio and stage have been published in Babalon and Other Plays (Scarlet Imprint 2015).  He lives in the UK in Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex. Paul A. Green is online at paulgreenwriter.co.uk. 




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Thursday, May 21, 2020


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David Appelbaum  /  Joel Lipman

Joel Lipman’s poetry books are limited, modest editions, small and rare — among them Machete Chemistry/Panades Physics co-authored with Yasser Musa during a year in Belize.  Other collections include Mercury Vapor Lamp, Provocateur, The Real Ideal and Ransom Notes, along with the edited anthology, Glass Will.  He lives in southeast Michigan and from 2008 to 2014 was Lucas County (Ohio) Poet Laureate. 

David Appelbaum has work in e·ratio 11 and in e·ratio 16. 


 


















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Tuesday, May 19, 2020

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Jacob Muselmann  /  Megha Rao

Jacob Muselmann is a journalist, writer and artist.  He is hiding from Covid-19 in his hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he co-runs the artist collective, Sixth Wig. 

Megha Rao is a spoken word poet and a surrealist artist based in India.  Her two fiction titles were published by Penguin Random House in 2015 and 2016.  Megha has been interviewed by leading newspapers such as The Hindu and The New Indian Express and is a postgraduate in English Literature from the University of Nottingham, UK.



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Saturday, May 16, 2020

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Bruce McRae  /  Mattias Monde

Bruce McRae, a Canadian musician currently residing on Salt Spring Island BC, is a multiple Pushcart nominee with over 1,600 poems published internationally in magazines such as Poetry, Rattle and the North American Review.  His books are The So-Called Sonnets (Silenced Press), An Unbecoming Fit Of Frenzy (Cawing Crow Press), Like As If (Pski’s Porch) and Hearsay (The Poet’s Haven).

Mattias Monde attended and/or taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Northeastern University, and the University of Kentucky, attaining degrees in Anthropology and English.  His writing has appeared in Pavement Saw, Poetry Motel, Unirod, Limestone and Chance, among others.After traveling for the past five years through Africa, Asia and Europe, he now may be found in Bangkok, Thailand.



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Thursday, May 14, 2020

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Celia Bland  /  Parker Tettleton

Celia Bland’s third collection, Cherokee Road Kill, with pen and ink drawings by Kyoko Miyabe, received the 2015 Raynes Prize.  She teaches poetry at Bard College and is Associate Director at The Bard College Institute for Writing & Thinking.

Parker Tettleton is a vegan Leo living in Portland, Oregon.  He is the author of This Is A City (Ravenna Press, forthcoming), Please Quiet (Ravenna Press, 2018), Ours Mine Yours (Pitymilk Press, 2014), Greens (Thunderclap Press, 2012) and Same Opposite (Thunderclap Press, 2010).  Parker Tettleton is online at parker-augustlight.blogspot.com. 



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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

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Traian T. Coșovei  /  Simon Perchik

Traian T. Coșovei (1954 – 2014) was a Romanian poet of the ’80s Generation.  He was a founding member of the “Cenaclul de Luni” literary circle, a group that would eventually set the tone for much of postmodern Romanian poetry.  He was the recipient of a series of prizes, including the Prize of the Romanian Academy and the International Nichita Stănescu Prize.  Coșovei published over twenty books of poetry, literary criticism, and prose.  

Poems by Simon Perchik have appeared in Partisan Review, The Nation, The New Yorkerand in E·ratio 19.  His most recent collection is The Rosenblum Poems (Cholla Needles Arts & Literary Library, 2020).  Simon Perchik is online at SimonPerchik.com.



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Saturday, May 09, 2020

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Mark Blickley - Amy Bassin  /  Molly Stern

New York fine arts photographer Amy Bassin and writer Mark Blickley work together on text based art collaborations and videos.  Their video, Widow’s Peek: The Kiss of Death, was selected to the 2018 International Festival of Experimental Video and Film at Bilbao, Spain.  They published a text based art chapbook, Weathered Reports: Trump Surrogate Quotes From the Underground (Moria Books, Chicago).  Bassin is co-founder of the international artists cooperative, Urban Dialogues.  Blickley is the author of Sacred Misfits (Red Hen Press) and proud member of the Dramatists Guild and PEN American Center.  Their text based art book, Dream Streams, has just been published by Clare Songbird Publishing House. 

Molly Stern lives in Brooklyn, NY.  Her poetry has appeared in Witness Magazine, So to Speak and The Mays Anthology.




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