My visual work is featured on the cover of shufPoetry #8. I have two visual pieces included in the issue, as well. shufPoetry, along with Otoliths, are my two favorite experimental lit/poetry mags out there. I’m honored that my work appears in both mags.
Please submit to Angry Old Man, a brand new rag. AOM accepts visual and concrete poetry, art, collage, asemic writing, blackout poetry, conceptual writing, flarf, found poetry, spam lit, flash fiction, etc. Angry Old Man Magazine is dedicated to experimental writing, poetry and art. AOM wishes to publish work that is risky and follows no prescribed dogma/style/schema/school. Closing date for submissions is August 31, 2017. Cheers, AOM Editor www.angryoldmanmagazine.com
I’ve been published in Otoliths #45, probably the coolest & hippest lit mag on the planet. Lots of great stuff in this issue–have a look. Mark Young, the editor, is a trailblazer and all-a-around genius.
In my previous post, I explained what I believe is a way to bring two schools of poetry together. Why it should matter, I have no idea. Honestly, I don’t care. I mean, yes, I am amused by how both sides take it so seriously–but, in the end, it’s all a bunch of palaver and bull-hockey, et.al. People try to direct a trend or tendency into a movement or school of thought in order to […]
Sectarianism is notoriously lethal in politics, especially on the Left. And by the Left, I don’t mean the right wing Democratic Party we have in the United States, but the marginalized socialist Left that every good, god-fearing American loathes. Anyway, that’s fodder for another post. My point is that this same self-defeating dynamic, on occasion, plays out in literature. To wit: over the last few years or so, I’ve been following with increasing interest the Great […]
KG is an interesting figure. The Web is full of pro/con on this guy, and I’m not sure what to make of his influence. My sense is he likes being thought of as a charlatan by the “poetry community” (whatever that is). I’m okay with literary charlatans–because all creative people are essentially confidence men/women. There’s nothing really world-saving and/or intrinsically moral about Art. Nihilists are very good artists. In fact, a good majority of artists […]