Seven Dreams of An American King Poems by Kip Knott
Kip Knott has most recently published poems in Barrow Street, Virginia Quarterly Review, and 2River. He is also the author of four chapbooks of poetry: Afraid of Heaven (Mudlark), Everyday Elegies (Pudding House), Whisper Gallery (Mudlark), and The Weight of Smoke (Bottom Dog). In addition to teaching creative writing, American literature, [ … ]
Beverly Burch’s fiction and poetry have appeared in New England Review, North American Review, Antioch Review, Willow Springs, Southern Humanities Review, and Poetry Northwest. Her second poetry collection, How A Mirage Works, won the Sixteen Rivers Press competition and was a finalist for the Audre Lorde Award. Her first, Sweet [ … ]
Online now: Posit 11, marking this uneasy socio-political moment with relevant and masterful new poetry and prose by Michael Palmer, Fady Joudah, Sharon Mesmer, Felino A. Soriano, Sharon Dolin, Sheila E. Murphy, Jeffrey Jullich, Stephen Massimilla, Simon Perchik, Anne Gorrick, Eric G. Wilson, and Marvin Schackelford. Plus visual art by Christopher Adams, Kate [ … ]
Morgan Hobbs graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, with a degree in English and History. He currently resides in Washington, DC. His work has appeared in Mississippi Review, Pindeldyboz, Shattered Wig, McSweeneys, Hollywood Dementia, Nocturnal Lyric and others. He recently published [ … ]
Leonore Hildebrandt is the author of The Work at Hand and The Next Unknown. She has published poems and translations in The Cafe Review, Cerise Press, Cimarron Review, Denver Quarterly, Drunken Boat, The Fiddlehead, Poetry Daily, and Poetry Salzburg Review, among other journals. Winner of the 2013 Gemini Poetry Contest, [ … ]
“Urgent Bards: an Urbantgarde Poetry Anthology” is hot off the presses and available for purchase! Edited by Michael Whalen, featuring poetry by Susan Lewis, Ed Go, melissa christine goodrum, and Billy Cancel.
Come celebrate at the launch reading featuring the editor and contributors!
Kristina Marie Darling is the author of over twenty books of poetry. Her awards include two Yaddo residencies, a Hawthornden Castle Fellowship, and a Visiting Artist Fellowship from the American Academy in Rome, as well as grants from the Whiting Foundation [ … ]
After kicking around the West for a while (with stops in Spokane, Flagstaff, and Sedona), Stephen Cloud has settled in Albuquerque, where he’s fixing up an old adobe, working on poems, and pondering the official New Mexico state [ … ]
Patrick Donnelly is the author of The Charge (Ausable Press, 2003, since 2009 part of Copper Canyon Press) and Nocturnes of the Brothel of Ruin (Four Way Books, 2012). He is director of the Poetry Seminar at The Frost Place and an associate editor [ … ]
Anis Shivani’s debut book of poetry, My Tranquil War and Other Poems, has recently been published by NYQ Books. His second story collection, The Fifth Lash and Other Stories, is just out from C&R Press, and his novel Karachi Raj is forthcoming in October 2016. His other books [ … ]
Michael Cadnum is the author of thirty-five books, including the National Book Award finalist THE BOOK OF THE LION. Several of Cadnum’s books have been released as audio books by Audible, and Open Road has published e-book editions of many of [ … ]
David Alpaugh’s poetry, drama, fiction and criticism have appeared in journals that include Able Muse, Chronicle of Higher Education, Evergreen Review, Modern Drama, Poetry, Poets & Writers, Rattle, Scene4, Spillway, and Zyzzyva. His collection, Counterpoint, won the Nicholas Roerich Poetry Prize from Story [ … ]
Samn Stockwell has been widely and well published. Her two books, Theater of Animals and Recital, won the National Poetry Series and the Editor’s Prize at Elixir, respectively. Recent work of hers has appeared in Salamander and Poetry Daily. She has an M.F.A. from Warren [ … ]
Jane Medved’s chapbook Olam, Shana, Nefesh was released by Finishing Line Press in 2014. Her recent essays and poems have appeared in Lilith Magazine, Cimarron Review, Spoon River Poetry Review, Tupelo Quarterly, and New American Writing. She is the poetry [ … ]
thanks to everyone who has already sent me work. i’m still looking for more. if you’ve already sent me stuff, no need to send more, but for others who are hemming & hawing, here’s the call again. please help make this year’s NationalPoetryMonth.ca fun & compelling.
Hi all, I’m honored to have new work in the current, absolutely beautiful issue of Opon. (http://opon.org/issue5/susan-lewis/) Also featuring the work of Caroline Klocksiem, Caroline Knapp, Lori Anderson Moseman, Meredith Stricker, and Jennifer Brakefield — brought to you by Brad Vogler.
Marcela Sulak is the author of Decency (Black Lawrence Press, 2015) and Immigrant (Black Lawrence Press, 2010), as well as a chapbook, Of All the Things that Don’t Exist, I Love You Best (Finishing Line Press, 2008). She has co-edited Family Resemblance: An Anthology and Exploration of [ … ]
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Michael Milburn teaches English in New Haven, CT. His third book of poems, Carpe Something, came out from Word Press in 2012. Several of his poems appeared as a Mudlark Poster in 2014. And his essays [ … ]