Sunday, December 30, 2007

Mastodon Dentist

One poem up in the new Mastodon Dentist here.

EDIT, looks like this should be changing to

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Isles Of Myst

One poem up at Isles of Myst here.

Apollo's Lyre

Five poems just up at Apollo's Lyre here.

Friday, December 28, 2007


One poem just posted at Subtletea here.

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Taj Mahal Review

The Taj Mahal Review with two poems by me came today. It's very large and can be ordered in hard covers here.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Sein und Werden

There's a new Sein und Werden here.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Poetry Monthly Jan 2008

I will be in my sixth Poetry Monthly in Jan 2008. It's available for download free as a pdf here, or as a print edition that can be ordered at that site.

Monday, December 17, 2007

Clockwise Cat Seven

Isse seven is decided and I have four poems in that when it comes. The five influenced by Larkin in issue six are here.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Osprey Journal

There's a new Scottish online Journal of arts and ideas called Osprey that just took a poem by me after about two hours. They are here and seem rather good.

Literary Chaos

The new thirtieth issue of Literary Chaos includes five poems by me here.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Clockwise Cat and Larkin

Five Larkin tributes are in Clockwise Cat here. Also in the zine are three Anne Sexton tributes by Misti Rainwater Lites.

Static Movement

Static Movement have a poem by me now. In January they will post "dolphins and regret" as well. They are here.

NeonBeam 3

Neonbeam has two poems by me in their new issue. It's here and opens a pdf at the link.


Emuse has come with a new issue where I have one poem. It's here.

Wednesday, December 12, 2007


Novelletum will have five poems in their April 2008 issue here.

Literary Tonic

New poem at Lit Tonic here.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Death Metal Poetry

New poem by me at Death Metal Poetry here. It's nothing to do with Death metal, nor is the magazine, but it is very influenced by The Fall - it's called "choirette of death."

Monday, December 10, 2007

Write Side Up

A poem I'm very pleased by is in issue eight of Write Side Up here. It will soon be available for purchase too.

Why vandalism?

A new issue of Why vandalism? is up at above link. One poem by me is here.

Saturday, December 8, 2007

Gold Dust Magazine

Gold Dust 12 can be downloaded free (or even bought if you navigate from the link) at Lulu. The download opens here.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Digitalis Obscura

Tonight the new issue of Digitalis Obscura goes live here. I have a poem in it. "pot lid."

My poem posted now here.

Tuesday, December 4, 2007


Möbius for 2007 came today. it contains an OK poem by me about Trakl based on his De profundis and an excellent poem by George Wallace, along with many other goodies. It can be ordered here.

Sunday, December 2, 2007

Poetry Cemetery

Four by me in the new Poetry Cemetery here.

Lit Chaos

Lit Chaos just accepted five poems including one long thing written about an hour before they accepted it. They are here.

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Ranfurly Review

"three questions" by me is in the first issue of Ranfurly Review which is available as a free pdf here.

Rain over Bouville

Rain over Bouville who are here were kind enough to just say they would use two or three poems in their issue in January.

Static Movement

Not only is Static Motion Anthology not defunct, as Duotrope wrongly implies, but they have resurrected Static Movement here and were kind enough to accept "pencil-neck flowers" which I actually wrote earlier this afternoon. (edit: posted now here.)

The Indie Underground

The Indie Underground has finally arrived. There are a few poems there by me in the first issue here. They are putting the site up as I write this but I believe there are five poems there, though i see that you're only meant to submit four. It looks like it will be an excellent zine.

Down in the Dirt

At, which is here, one can download or order print down in the dirt. I am in issues 51-54, December is 53, and there's just a wretched haiku in that one, but in 54 in January is "dog eye variations" which I quite like.

Epicenters & Edith Sitwell

The new issue of Epicenters which is here includes a poem by me called "street song for Edith Sitwell" which is here.

Friday, November 30, 2007

Poetic Diversity

Easily the worst poem ever written, by me or anyone else, in the new issue of Poetic Diversity here.

There is a great review of my chapbook however here by the editor Marie Lecrivain..

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Death Metal Poetry

Death Metal Poetry, who are here, will be posting a thing on 10/12/2007.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Kill Poet

One poem just taken by Kill Poet Press for issue three which will be appearing here.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

The Blue House

Just had three poems accepted by The Blue House, who are here. I'm pleased to say that the lady editor took only fifty minutes to accept them, and did so with a mighty compliment. They are rather good actually. Coming in February 2008.

Red Pulp Underground

Three new poems in Red Pulp Underground for December been posted here.

Monday, November 26, 2007


At Flutter Poetry Journal they just posted December's issue here with one poem by me about smoking on the balcony in the cold Swedish winter and why I like that.

Blotter rag

Blotter Magazine is a free magazine in a few cities like Austin and New York. Unusually for me I have a straight religious poem called "God's coffers" in an issue that I received today. It can be ordered here.

I just noticed that after allowing a few ads on Zonealarm you can open a pfd of the issue here.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Why vandalism?

The poem "earning night" was just accepted by "why vandalism?" for their December issue which will be here.

Gloom Cupboard

The blogzine Gloom Cupboard comes very often and has really good shit in it. I just had a poem accepted for a print edition in early 2008. The webpage is here and in the links to the right is a link to my poem there "he chronic psychiatrisation of mankind"

mining abandoned meanings

mining abandoned meanings

nothing lies on the morning's light-stained plate
and spatters our eyes with its tortuous abandoned
abortion, all the meanings that ever deserted words
and left the gods as these desolate orphans

we are, emptiness forgotten in our convivial hell,
where we long to slaughter our brothers and
sisters, the missing kisses of our desert nurture
where the winds that brushed our young limbs

burned their tender torment when life is death already.
heaven is whores' heroin and religion is crank for cretins
and other derivative christians, love but a bucket
of blood and cum and the scars on our faces

are the tracks of neglected addictions, the needle in the neck
and children's feckless dismemberment of memory, happier by far
swallowing a bottle of the forgetting, for only the blood's
rush is heaven for us, hell's patronising retention -

the slow drum that sings the cradle in the rushes
and hands us the fingers that touch. and the dead stand,
resolute and reticent brave in their graves, and lie
about resurrection, God's vague intention we dreamed once;

though we know so well today that only meat's decay
ever waited for anyone, the knives and guns we love,
like cum and cunt enough for love, hell below us,
hell above, and love the weakest of any drug ...

and yet enough, the sedge that withers beneath us
and the vulture that sings of letters postmarked nowhere,
meaning and meaning's oblivion, Being being oblivion's
menacing meaning, i choose to call them "poems"

almost alone, the truths we have known, faceless
places, and the whores we've grown, the grave
that feeds the cold meat and me still greedy
for the bleeding, a book for devils to read

the sadness of love's bad seed

Thursday, November 22, 2007


Yet another in Decanto, making I believe nine issues I am in with today's poem included. A review of my chapbook coming in December's issue, I think it is, and a centre stage poet feature in August 2008 with three poems and a little interview. And now "the crows" coming in one future issue. Details about ordering here.

Poetry Cemetery

Poetry Cemetery just took five poems for an issue posted at the end of November. Their site is here. Congenially, their editor wrote that he was sorry that they had taken so long, and they had in fact only two months.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Egregious Stupidity

Here one may read a maybe less intelligent person from Sweden who, shielded by anonymity, has treated us to some very bad and ungrammatical English. Does this person not realise that it is defending a history of racism and nazism? It probably is a "patriot," in fact, and as one would imagine the IQ hovers around zero. They have not understood the poems in question. Perhaps they don't like Jews?

Nothing wrong with the average Swede. There's a hell of a lot wrong with this sort of mindless cripple.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Gentle Strength Quarterly

Gentle Strength Quarterly will be taking "refrain for Allen Ginsberg" in their Fall 2007 issue. It can be ordered here.

Joe Brainard's Pyjamas

Two poems posted at Joe Brainard's Pyjamas here.

Sunday, November 18, 2007

Flutter Poetry Journal

Flutter have taken "better than heaven" for their next, December, issue. They are here.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Concrete Meat Sheet

Just heard that the Concrete Meat Sheet with me in will be coming just before or after the New Year. it can be ordered here.

Sein und Werden

Sein und Werden have just taken two poems, one for the print issue and one for the online issue. Issue 2.3 it will be. That's the fourth time Rachel has done that and I'm very pleased of course. Her Kiss the Witch is here. That makes 144 magazines online or in print that have stuff coming or already published. You can, and should, buy my chapbook here.

Thursday, November 15, 2007

Neon Beam Issue iii

Neonbeam just took "abyss" and "falling false" for issue III. The issue will be downloadable here.

Apollo's Lyre

Six old ones just accepted by Apollo's Lyre though one was already used so that will be five I suppose. A submission that I assumed to be dead long ago.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

New Zygote in my Coffee

My poem "God's putrid pizza" is in issue 99 of ZIMC here

Sunday, November 11, 2007


One poem coming in the December issue of Emuse zine here.


Three poems in the first issue of the print zine Agua by Scintillating Publications that can probably be ordered here.

Friday, November 9, 2007

Pennine Ink

Just had one accepted by the magazine Pennine Ink. For winter issue. Can be ordered from

Pennine Ink
c/o Mid Pennine Arts
The Gallery Downstairs
Yorke St
BB11 1 HD
UK £3

Green Silk Journal

One more on Rilke up here at Green Silk Journal. Though i don't like Rilke.

Bleed Magazine

Bleed Magazine were kind enough to accept "shattered semantics" for their first issue, their website is here.

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Clockwise Cat

Pleased to say that Alison Ross just accepted five things by me, all influenced by Larkin and in his style, for her next issue. Clockwise Cat is here. Read the current issue.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

New Clockwise Cat

There's new Clockwise Cat here and there's five poems by me here. Also two reviews of books I did by Rob Plath and Misti Rainwater Lites.

Monday, November 5, 2007

New at Poet's Letter

There's one new poem posted at Poet's Letter here. It's called "Rilke's friend and the clouds." I don't like Rilke's condescension at all. He's actually terribly boring and the vaunted philosophical content almost non-existent.

Sunday, November 4, 2007


Epicenters whose site is here have accepted "street song for Edith Sitwell" for their December issue. Good for them.

Saturday, November 3, 2007

Demian Bell and the Maypole Blues band

I just wrote a review of their album Blue Feeling that Demian posted at the band's MySpace. Excellent very authentic blues.

Friday, November 2, 2007

Poet's Letter

The magazine Poet's Letter just posted online a poet in residence page for November 2007 with me as the month's poet. In my rambling madness I have written a garbled article or essay there about "why i write poems." The magazine has had a few problems with the website but all that seems resolved. It's here

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Taj Mahal Review

I just had two poems accepted by Taj Mahla Review coming in December. It contains a hell of a lot of poetry, including me and Rob Plath, and can be ordered here. So I'm pleased to say that I am in a magazine from India now, as well as in zines from Argentina, Turkey and Thailand.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Unlikely Stories

There's three poems by me now at Unlikely Stories. Actually OK poems I believe.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Lost Beat Poetry

A poem by me just posted at Lost Beat Poetry called carcass

I think Ron Cervero would like more submissions to LBP. His succinct guidelines follow:

Here at Lost Beat Poetry we value your work. It can be dark, funny, anything! Non rhyming preferred. The only guidelines are: Paste your poems in the body of the email. Please paste the poems & Bio if desired with the poem titles in the subject line. Just send your best stuff... We want to see what you got! Please send up to 3 poems. Email submissions only to:

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Dance to Death

Issue VII of D2D includes a poem by me...

The poems in my chapbook are better and are at Lulu

Additionally, Carthage should be destroyed and my chapbook purchased or downloaded.

Poetic Legacy

I have a new poem "goodbye Anne Sexton" posted at Michael Lee Johnson's Webzine Poetic Legacy

Just wrote it a day and a half ago so I'm pleased.

Just to remind the reader that "a hunger for mourning" is available at Lulu for $1.25 a download or $10 print

Saturday, October 27, 2007


TELEGRAF is out and i have two poems in the first issue. The link opens a pdf by the way, in case you don't like Adobe.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Target Audience Magazine

Target Audience Magazine just accepted a poem for the Winter issue.

Don't forget to download or order a print edition of my chapbook at

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Poems at Literary Chaos

Three new poems were just posted at Lit Chaos. dawn's roses, fragments, and of psychiatry. Clicking the title above works as a link to the three poems. Here's a link to Lulu to buy the chapbook.