“I think birds are mysteries, and this is why poets so often bring their presence into poems. “ Erynn Rowan Laurie is a writer, poet, and professional madwoman currently living in Trieste, Italy. Author of Fireflies at Absolute Zero, she is inspired by the early Irish poetic tradition and the place of the geilt, the mad […]
If you haven’t read Niche Magazine yet, please do yourself a favor and check it out. Its first two issues are online and free. Best of all, the magazine is GORGEOUS! Niche Magazine also features a monthly MFA program spotlight. For the month of October (my favorite month!) they are featuring the University of Idaho’s […]
Book lovers, please stop by poet and all around nice guy Eduardo C. Corral’s blog LorcaLoca to see an interview about my chapbook Slow Depth. It’s strange to be on the other side of the interview table! CLICK HERE!
Andrew Demcak is an award-winning poet and novelist whose work has been widely published and anthologized both in print and on-line, and whose books have been featured at Verse Daily, The Lambda Literary Foundation, The Best American Poetry blog, and Oranges & Sardines. His fourth book of poetry, Night Chant, was published by Lethe Press, 2011. His other […]
You can check out my interview with the poet and fiction writer Elizabeth J. Colen in the Spring 2011 issue of Boxcar Poetry Review. Her work dazzles and invigorates the mind. Check it out!
Alyx Dellamonica writes novels and short fiction. Her work has appeared in Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, SciFi.Com, and Realms of Fantasy. Her first novel Indigo Springs was released in October 2009. She lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with her wife Kelly Robson and is hard at work on the sequel to Indigo Springs. Jory […]
Steve Fellner’s first book of poems Blind Date with Cavafy was released by Marsh Hawk Press. It won the Thom Gunn Gay Male Poetry Award. His new memoir, All Screwed Up (Benu Press), centers on his odd relationship with his mother, who was once a champion trampolinist, and now a champion of the unpredictable. He […]
Jeff Mann grew up in Covington, Virginia, and Hinton, West Virginia, receiving degrees in English and forestry from West Virginia University. His poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in many publications, including The Spoon River Poetry Review, Wild Sweet Notes: Fifty Years of West Virginia Poetry 1950-1999, Prairie Schooner, Shenandoah, Laurel Review, The Gay and […]
Rebecca Brown’s twelfth book, American Romances, a collection of gonzo “essays,” was released by City Lights in June, 2009. Brown’s other titles include The Last Time I Saw You, The End of Youth, The Dogs, The Terrible (all with City Lights), Excerpts From a Family Medical Dictionary (Granta and U of Wisconsin) and The Gifts […]
Jeremy Halinen is a poet and the co-editor and co-founder of Knockout Literary Magazine (knockoutlit.org). Some of his recent poems appear in Arroyo Literary Review; Best Gay Poetry 2008; Dos Passos Review; Pontoon: an anthology of Washington State Poets, Number Ten; Quarter After Eight; and Rio Grande Review. Halinen holds an MFA in creative writing […]