[d]avid : [t]omaloff ; it’s_nervous_out_here" 2011-06-10T22:52:08Z http://davidtomaloff.com/?feed=atom WordPress [dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[Three [dt] poems published in Moria]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=585 2011-06-10T22:52:08Z 2011-06-10T22:52:08Z Continue reading »]]> I’m proud to have three poems included in Volume 13, Issue 2-3 of Moria alongside so many of my favorite contemporary poets. Mark Young, Raymond Farr, and Sheila Murphy are legendary. David James Miller’s piece just shuts my mouth. Everything in this issue is brilliant. I thank William Allegrezza for allowing my work to be a part of it.

see: MORIA

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[[dt] poems at >Kill Author, Twenty20, Outburst Magazine, & Gold Wake Press]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=578 2011-06-02T22:15:50Z 2011-06-02T21:56:35Z Continue reading »]]> 

The first week of June has been kind to me.

If you haven’t checked out my new e-chap, EXIT STRATEGIES, please head over to Gold Wake Press and give it a look. I’m ecstatic to be included among their brilliant titles. Thanks, Jared, Eric, and Caylin!

The always brilliant journal, >Kill Author, has published 3 of my poems along with accompanying photographs and audio. This issue finds me sharing space with some of my absolute favorite contemporary writers. J. A. Tyler, Andrew Borgstrom, DeWitt Brinson, Gregory Sherl, a Helen Vitoria/xTx collaboaration, and many more can be found in this issue. My thanks to the kind editors of >KA.

Twenty20 Journal is always doing something interesting, and their Summer Collaboration, Issue 1 does not deviate from the course. Editor Benjamin C. Krause paired me up with the unstoppable Len Kuntz for a collaboration I think turned out quite fruitful. Krause also published a short ebook in which he explains his reasoning behind the issue; he says of Len and me, “Kuntz had written the piece that, to me, has thus far defined hard-hitting minimalism for twenty20 Journal, whereas Tomaloff had written the most experimental piece to ever appear in the journal. The styles of Kuntz and Tomaloff contrasted so much that I wanted to see where it took them.” Read the ebook here. My gratitude to both Len and Benjamin—thanks, guys!

Finally, Outburst Magazine kindly included 3 of my six-word stories in their Issue 6. Outburst Magazine is such a well put together magazine, and I am honored to have work published by them. Thanks, Daithi!

see: EXIT STRATEGIES at Gold Wake Press
see: >Kill Author 
see: Twenty20
see: Outburst Magazine

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[EXIT STRATEGIES e-chap published by Gold Wake Press]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=562 2011-06-01T23:05:17Z 2011-06-01T23:05:17Z Continue reading »]]> Gold Wake Press has published some of my all-time favorite e-chaps, and I am thrilled beyond thrilled that they have added my title, EXIT STRATEGIES, to the list. It’s near criminal to be able to download these gems for free. Please read mine, make your way down the list if you haven’t already, and be sure to purchase some of their excellent print titles. Thank you, J. Michael Wahlgren, Eric Beeny & Caylin Capra-Thomas!

see: EXIT STRATEGIES

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[[dt] poem published at Ramshackle Review]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=558 2011-05-30T21:57:01Z 2011-05-30T21:57:01Z Issue 4 of Ramshackle Review is up and packed full of excellent work as usual. I’m happy to have my poem, “Wintersong,” included within its virtual pages. Thank you, Mark!

see: Ramshackle Review

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[2 [dt] poems published at Experiential-Experimental-Literature]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=554 2011-05-29T20:48:23Z 2011-05-29T20:48:23Z Two of my poems, WILL CHAPTER IS I’M P0SSIBLE and MONOLITHIC SOME ASSEMBLY ACQUIRED, have been published by Ex-Ex-Lit. My thanks to Peter Ganick for keeping the avant-experimental spirit alive.

see: Experiential-Experimental-Literature

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[[dt] poem &photograph published at the Planet Formerly Known as Earth]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=550 2011-05-23T23:05:22Z 2011-05-23T23:05:22Z The kind editors of the Planet Formerly Known as Earth have published my poem, “SPLiNTER,” as well as my photograph, “-k ing { -escent opposite.” If you haven’t been swept away by the raptor, consider this a consolation prize. Everyone wins!

see: POEM
see: PHOTOGRAPH

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[[dt] as part of Meg Tuite’s Exquisite Quartet at Used Furniture Review]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=544 2011-05-21T00:59:02Z 2011-05-21T00:59:02Z Continue reading »]]> Meg Tuite’s Exquisite Quartet is always just that, and it can be found regularly published at Used Furniture Review. Meg kindly asked me to be part of the latest quartet, where I was fortunate to participate in a collaboration which also included Barry Graham and Allison Miller. Four very different writers working only off the cues of the writer(s) that came before them on a single story is bound to be full of explosions and twists; this story is packed with them.

My gratitude to Meg Tuite for including me; Meg, Barry Graham, and Allison Miller for being the literary monsters they are; and, of course, Used Furniture Review for bringing this work to the public. Thanks all!

see: Meg Tuite’s Exquisite Quartet

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[New [dt] flash piece at DOGZPLOT]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=536 2011-05-16T00:57:13Z 2011-05-16T00:57:13Z Continue reading »]]> My flash piece, LOSING SOMETHING, appears at the always fantastic DOGZPLOT. I would venture to guess it will be the single best piece of fictional non-fiction regarding the band MANOWAR that you will read today. In fact, I can guarantee as much. Much love to Barry Graham for his kindness!

On a side note, congratulations to my good friend Michael Seidel, who appears in the same issue!

see: DOGZPLOT

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[E-Chap forthcoming from NAP Literary Magazine]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=528 2011-05-15T01:45:58Z 2011-05-15T01:45:58Z Continue reading »]]> NAP Literary Magazine has announced it will release my e-chap, A SOFT THAT TOUCHES DOWN &REMOVES ITSELF, as part of its chap series in August 2011. The e-chap will be third in the series, which kicks off with Amanda Laughtlan’s VITAL TO VICTORY (out now!). Thanks, Chad!

I am also happy to report that the cover art for A SOFT THAT TOUCHES DOWN &REMOVES ITSELF was provided by one of my favorite artists, Miles Donovan of The Daily Robot. Check him and buy his excellent prints!

see: NAP Happenings

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[dt] http://davidtomaloff.com/ <![CDATA[3 [dt] poems & photographs at Turntable & Blue Light]]> http://davidtomaloff.com/?p=519 2011-05-08T01:31:08Z 2011-05-08T01:31:08Z Continue reading »]]> Turntable & Blue Light has been kind in publishing three of my poems along with three photographs to accompany them. Turntable & Blue Light has published some outstanding work, and this update is a sure continuation of that tradition. It is also an honor to once again share space with one of my favorite poets, Mr. Mark Lamoureux. Thanks, Arielle!

see: TURNTABLE & BLUE LIGHT

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