Barry Graham is a hard man to please but he’s fair, and doesn’t hit unless you ask nicely. In any case, I am happy to report Barry has confirmed that DOGZPLOT will be publishing a short piece of [dt] fiction in the near future. Stay tuned; though, you should probably be reading DOGZPLOT anyway!
Nic Sebastian has once again amply sprinkled her personal brand of exquisite upon my inner dialect. Nic chose a piece originally published by the incredible Calliope Nerve, titled “&,” and did it a justice I will leave to you to decide if the original earns. My gratitude to Ms. Sebastian, of course.
see: Whale Sound
Jennifer Tomaloff’s bending light into verse: vol. 1 is finally available digitally via ISSUU, and is also available as a downloadable PDF. This is great news, indeed! The project, a fantastic blend of Jennifer’s photography and the written works of many gifted writers, was first published early in 2010. Jennifer will be releasing Issue II in early spring, and it promises to be even better–stay tuned!
Benjamin Krause has informed me that his latest endeavor, Twenty20 Journal, will include a brand new [dt] piece. Watch for Winter 2010-2011, Issue 2! I almost lost the piece, as it was on a drive that crashed. Ended up calling these guys in Irvine, and they recovered my data.
In other news, a photograph recently taken on excursion to the Northwoods of Wisconsin will be featured alongside Claudia’s Editor’s Note in Issue 3 of the fantastic Phantom Kangaroo.
And/Or, Volume 1 is now officially available for purchase and comes complete with 3 [dt]poems. I’m quite excited about this new publication and anxiously await the arrival of my own copy. All told, this issue weighs in at 146 pages and is packed with great experimental writing and innovative graphic art. Inlcuded among the contributors in this issue are fellow BENDING LIGHT INTO VERSE, vol. II contrubutors, Felino A. Soriano and Howie Good.
see: and/or (Volume 1)