THREE POEMS BY STUART DYBEK Fish Camp In the Coleman’s glassy glare my brother’s switchblade unriddles backlash. A bullhead, the weight of a rat, flops in the dirt, dropped when its spine added a scar to the lines of my palm. Bullheads should utter some cry. Someone should have warned those city boys fishingContinue reading “Poems of the Week – Stuart Dybek”
Here is a wonderful poem by Carrie Oeding that was featured in a recent issue of the Denver Quarterly. Inside a Map of Arnold Schwarzeneggar’s Arm I map my arm as if it can be a map, too. I want to see my arm inside of his, to arm wrestle for territory withContinue reading “Carrie Oeding featured in the Denver Quarterly”
THREE POEMS BY NOAH ELI GORDON A point of view apart from a personal embrace watching the unfolding of an envelope a red thread from a felt purse landscape pulled in increments or another anchor to architecture love to the voice-over of someone older if this desire for narrative outweighed our willingness to concedeContinue reading “Poems of the Week – Noah Eli Gordon”
Just a reminder that submissions are now open for the 2014 42 Miles Press Poetry Award. Please visit our submissions page for guidelines and rules.
Bill Rasmovicz’s Gross Ardor makes The Fiddleback’s Greatest Hits 2010-2013 in the poetry book roundup for 2013.
Levi Rubeck has posted a review of Erica’s The Mimic Sea over on THEthe Poetry Blog. Here is an excerpt: “The Mimic Sea is primarily constructed of things you think you have seen, shades, echoes, etc. You are left at the pit of the world, a gaping expanse at one side and the whole ofContinue reading “A review of The Mimic Sea on THEthe Poetry Blog”
Check out a new poem by Allan over at The Economy Magazine.
Carrie has a few new poems up over at Connotation Press… The Roped Years After the age of disconnection came the age of connection. One couple tied each end of a three-foot rope around a wrist. They connected. They touched each other less. They touched each other more. They pretended not toContinue reading “Carrie Oeding on Connotation Press”