Friday, February 29, 2008

Erbacce/ Gloom Cupboard Anthology

I hear that this will be printed next week, the first print anthology by Gloom Cupboard in association with Erbacce. Details will probably come soon here somewhere. Apparently apart from "of the fiction mental illness" which is my Gloom Cupboard thing there, it will include two or three poems by me on the Erbacce side. I'm sure it will be a great anthology.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Houston Literary Review

The Houston literary Review will include three poems by me soon. 1st March I believe. "birthplaces," "the moon" and "this is my hand" - the last of these pretty obviously about GE Moore's noble refutation of idealism. I still say he should have produced his wedding tackle and said "this is my wang." That would have sorted Hegel out even better. (Though he didn't really refute anything by saying so.)

Cause & Effect

Some disjointed ramblings by me, about aesthetics and shit, will be in issue five of Cause and Effect magazine, which is coming shortly. The thing can be ordered here. If you order five copies postage is free, though I really only need two copies at most, I won't read it more than twice. I look forward to my copy, anyway.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Gloom Cupboard # 20

In the new Gloom Cupboard there is one by me and an excellent poem by Dylan Garcia-Wahl. Other stuff too. It's here.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Clockwise Cat

Five by me forthcoming in the next, eighth, Clockwise Cat. Two about Anne Sexton, one about Eliot's Sweeney, one about Auden and Breughel. One about, like, me. The Cat mag is here.

Some of these are rather good I think, at any rate I'm not particularly ashamed of them.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Rain over Bouville

A bit of shameless unselfish promotion. The litzine Rain over Bouville, run by Humphrey Astley, is here. It's a great mag and I'm in the current issue. The next issue will be an art issue, with pics of stuff. Included will be Curt Bylund, a very gifted painter, whom i have nagged about submitting to various magazines after his recent successful exhibition in Stockholm. His blog is here. Though it is written in some strange language, I can assure the reader that it contains many great pics and the text is largely disjointed ramblings about his need to "get even," and why Picasso undeservedly stole attention from him.

The issue after that will include a couple of poems by my troublesome appendage, Amanda Boschetto. I think that will be her sixth appearance online or in print.

So be sure to catch the next two issues of this fine publication.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Static Movement

One forthcoming in Static Movement who are here. A quite OK one I hope, "where God was."

Word Slaw

Word Slaw were kind enough to post one by me here. Seems like a great zine too.

Gloom Cupboard

A poem by me will be in issue 20 of Gloom cupboard, a truly excellent zine. They have an issue 19 out now of course that can be read here. It's always well worth reading. Good that some magazines realise that Internet does actually allow you to publish very often:)

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Red Pulp Underground

Red Pulp underground is a very cool magazine and very well worth reading. They have an anthology now, that i am in. They also were kind enough to post an ad for "a hunger for mourning" here. Buy it, and buy the anthology. Though I have written maybe 5000 poems, only 420 published though so far in mags. About 600 with the three books. But when I sent to them i had published 300, which is why they say I have written 300. 300 poems is basically two months work, which is a bit bad as death rapidly approaches on a titanium skateboard and with a huge erection.

I should probably add that the only stiffness I associate with death is that rigorous rigor to which we all aspire.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Neonbeam

All three of the poems submitted to them will be in Neonbeam's issue four. It will be available in a special print issue too as well as downloadable in a free .pdf. Their website is here and they're a really good magazine.

Words on the Web

Words on the Web have taken three poems apparently for their issue eight. They are here. I didn't know this until Googling my own name to check this sort of thing just now. It's egregiously embarrassing since one of those poems was accepted yesterday so I had to write and explain. Odd that some very few online magazines don't bother to write acceptances or even notifications of posting.

Censored Poets

Pleased to have a new piece of evil at Censored Poets, the poem is here.

Centrifugal Eye

Very pleased that the excellent Centrifugal eye just accepted three poems for their May issue. They are here.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Sein und Werden

There's two poems by me forthcoming in Sein und Werden 2.4, one online and one in print, as in 2.3 where my current and rather odd poem is here. Anyway, the two in the next one are far better.

And just a general remark. Nvidia can go fuck themselves. Call the GeForce 7500 LE a graphics card? Wankers.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

Driftwood Review (& Erbacce)

I just received a mail accepting stuff for the Driftwood Review who are here.

Also a mail from Erbacce about the print thing they are doing with Gloom Cupboard. Already been accepted by GC for that, now by Erbacce for one or more poems.

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Flutter Poetry Journal

The excellent Flutter has taken a poem by me for March. They are here.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Gloom Cupboard 18

A couple by me in the new Gloom Cupboard here. A zine well worth reading and submitting to.

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Decanto Feb 2008

Received another Decanto, the 33rd issue, today with me in for the second time. It's an excellent magazine and my poem is easily the worst in this issue, one of my least favourite poems by me in fact. I have others that are better coming in future issues, especially August 2008 when i am centre stage poet with them and shall have an interview thing included, with a nasty photo too. Submissions and ordering can be done here. I just prefer magazines with shiny covers.

Sunday, February 3, 2008

Clockwise Cat

Clockwise Cat Seven is out. There are four poems by me on the theme of religion here, and also a review of Graeme Perrin's excellent novel Saltworks here.


Saturday, February 2, 2008

Inscribed

One poem submitted by me came in to the Inscribed anthology. It was rather surprising since I was under the impression they'd refused me. Surprising but very pleasant. They are here.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Pcychopoetica

Psychopoetica, a journal of psychologically based poetry, have a thing by me here.

decomP

There's a new poem by me in the February issue of decomP. It's here.