Wednesday, March 31, 2010
Sunday, March 28, 2010
IsReads is an "outdoor journal" founded by Publishing Genius in 2006. In 2008, Keyhole Press came on board to co-edit. Kathryn Regina is the managing editor.
The concept of the outdoor journal is to put short poems in unusual places, like on abandoned buildings and in shopping carts.
Saturday, March 20, 2010
Reality, not sympathyFORMS OF INTERCESSION
By Jayne Pupek
102 pp. Mayapple Press $15.95
Reviewed by Doris E. Pavlichek
There is more hope in a cup of coffee
than a stack of holy books...
Jayne Pupek’s first full-length book of poetry examines the life of women from every angle, delving into many aspects—abortion, infidelity, mastectomy, doubt, death—from which a less seasoned or courageous writer might shy away. Pupek, having published two chapbooks and a novel and having had her poems included in anthologies and nominated for The Pushcart Prize, has the fortitude and staying power of her own favorite poet, Sylvia Plath. Read the rest of the review.At forty-three, I’m too old to wait on a redeemer.
Sometimes you must intercede on your own behalf.
— From the title poem
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Press 1 is scheduled for release any day now! I am thrilled to be included in this anthology, edited by Arlene Ang, Valerie Fox and Jordan Schilling. Cordite Poetry Review has accepted three poems for their upcoming issue: "Way of the Zombie," "Missing Girl, 1986"and "Zombie Sex." ChiZine has accepted my poem, "Blue Velvet," inspired by the David Lynch film of the same title. "A Kind of Suffocation" will appear in Thursday's issue of Dark Sky Magazine. I am thrilled to have my work appear in these exceptional journals and magazines!
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