GUEST POST EXCERPT: http://www.writersdigest.com/whats-new/an-affective-singularity Today’s guest post, an affective singularity, comes from Nate Pritts, who shared why he writes poetry back in July. An Affective Singularity We live in a time of conspicuous destruction. Material creation, the biological sphere, spiritual reality – each of these realms are being dragged apart resulting in a fractured worldContinue reading “An Affective Singularity (Nate Pritts)”
Nate Pritt’s Decoherence was reviewed by Poets & Writer’s this week. Excerpt from the review: “In his cerebral eighth collection, Pritts (Post Human) cycles through the many metaphorical connotations of light, investigating each at close range, and laments the ephemerality of experience…” To read the rest of the review click here.
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from the forthcoming Decoherence by Nate Pritts. For more information or to pre-order click here.
What’s new around the office this fine Saturday morning? A bottle of Dasani, a bag of Harvest Cheddar SunChips (both from the 1st-floor vending machine)… oh, and what’s this? Nate Pritt’s Decoherence has arrived. Let the pre-order madness begin.
We are pleased to announce this year’s semi-finalists/ finalists for the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award. We will be announcing the winner and updating the list to distinguish between finalists and semi-finalists by July 6, 2017. THE FINALISTS AND SEMI-FINALISTS FOR THE 2017 42 MILES PRESS POETRY AWARD (in no particular order): I Am TryingContinue reading “Announcing the Semi-Finalists/ Finalists for the (2017) 42 Miles Press Poetry Award”
From Mind the Bird Media: Nate Pritts‘ DECOHERENCE arrives this October from 42 Miles Press! David Rivard says, “I love [Pritts’] loyalty to the incidental, the moments where our truest feelings reveal themselves. He reminds me a bit of Joseph Ceravolo—he takes the bewilderment that we so often feel and he turns it into aContinue reading “DECOHERENCE”
Interested poets, you still have 33 days to submit to the 2017 42 Miles Press Poetry Award contest. In the meantime, Kimberly Lambright’s Ultra-Cabin (winner of the 42 Miles Press Poetry Award), is available to be previewed and purchased at SPD and Amazon. And… an awesome interview with the author can be found here. And,Continue reading “Happy Friday, yes?”