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WHAT ARE HINCHAS? Hinchas are the homicidal fútbol fanatics of Latin America. In a land where fútbol is equal to religion, hinchas keep the Church of Fútbol afloat.
Hinchas de Poesía is a digital codex of contemporary Pan-American writing. It publishes the fiction, poetry, and prose of authors from América.
I’M THRILLED TO HAVE TWO POEMS APPEAR IN THE 11TH ISSUE, ALONG WITH WORK BY WRITERS I ADMIRE LIKE JAMIE FIGUEROA, TIFFANY MIDGE, JOHN PLUECKER and others. GUEST EDITED BY BOJAN LOUIS.
CHECK IT OUT AT http://www.hinchasdepoesia.com.
The Asian American Literary Review‘s latest issue is more than just a magazine, it’s a package, it’s a box, literally. Packaged in a box titled “Mixed Race in a Box” are a deck of cards (the back featuring quoted excerpts and the face side, art), a poster, and three bound books: “Mixed Race is a Black Box,” “Mixed Race is an Inbox,” and “Mixed Race is a Pandora’s Box.” Certainly eye-catching, it’s an important issue. (quoted from NEW PAGES blog).
I’m proud to have a new lyric essay titled “Deniable DNA: Thoughts on filling out the Uruguayan population census,” in this Mixed Race Initiative original creation known as AALR’s latest issue, the box!
But here’s the question: If this is what today’s literary magazine looks like, can you imagine the contents? Dig in and let’s start a game of “52 Pickup.” It even has a deck of playing cards!
WHERE THY DARK EYE GLANCES: QUEERING EDGAR ALLAN POE edited by Steve Berman
In this time of waning light and All Hallows Eve approaching, I’m thrilled to be a part of this POE-inspired collection. My contribution is a POEm.
I can still remember and hear so well my eleventh-grade English teacher, Ms. Wills, reading Poe’s “Bells” to us in class. That was probably the thing I remember second best about that year.
FLICKER AND SPARK
Regie Cabico and Brittany Fonte did an amazing job putting together this beautiful collection of contemporary queer spoken word and poetry, FLICKER AND SPARK! This is my first time being in the “oldest” category of writers in a book (I’m found in “Pre-Stonewall Poets” (born before 1970) – and I’m in good company!! :D) – and the future’s illuminated with these brilliant generations speaking out behind us. Thanks for this superb gathering of tribesmen/women.
Look Inside on Amazon and buy here.
The OR Panthology
Thrilled to be here, in “OCELLUS RESEAU: The OR Panthology,” with some of my favorite people in the world … former teachers Sapphire, Lisa Jarnot, and L.S. Asekoff; former Brooklyn College classmates Ed Go, Michael Whalen, Melissa Christine Goodrum, Drew Baughman, Lena Sze, and Vicky Bond; other poets I admire like Sarah Sarai, Richard Pearse and Nicole Steinberg; and a host of poets I don’t know yet. Thanks to OTHER ROOMS PRESS for its continued support.
Other Rooms published my chapbook, ALARUM:, in 2007. You can order it here.
I had the honor to edit the Fall 2012 issue of Yellow Medicine Review and the quality of submissions I received was spectacular. The future of Native American literature is set strong before us, with many exciting emerging writers presented in this issue along with our literary predecessors, teachers, and heroes. Beautiful cover art “Four and a Half Acres and a Goat” by Joyce Bennink.
A wonderful review of the issue appeared in New Pages and can be read here.
The issue can be purchased here.
Visit Yellow Medicine Review website for more information on the journal.
A new poem,
“MANIFESTO – Mercury Retrograde,”
is online in a recent issue of Toe Good Poetry.
You can read it or listen to me read it here.
Thanks to Jerry Brunoe for including me in the Toe Good community.
Visit Toe Good Poetry.
There’s recent great work by Tiffany Midge and Kimberly Becker
on this site as well, also with audio!
But it’s more than a two-dimensional experience.
Visit Toe Good.