Friday, October 25, 2013

Whistling Shade

As promised the "Ghosts" fall/winter 2013 issue of Whistling Shade is out. At the link you find a PayPal button that lets you buy a pdf for only one measly buck. So get one.

Great thanks to Joel van Valin and Dylan Garcia Wahl, there's work by me in it. Not seen my copies yet and probably never will, since I am moving tomorrow, to a bigger and better flat even closer to the already very close shops.

Buy the zine anyway, the thing is distributed free in the twin cities area of Minneapolis, which is almost the same as Sweden.

Without nagging, my first full length is from Whistling Shade. Here it is linked at Amazon. 

Friday, October 11, 2013

Elbow Pads

It was a while back that I submitted, but apparently Elbow Pads' next issue includes a poem by me and is coming on the 14th of this month. It's a print zine, and its web presence is here. Get yourself a copy.

On a related note, buy this book too. The next one from 0neiros is another long fucker called things the dead say. The editing of that is done but I have no idea when it's due. There are what was originally planned as two chapbooks in it, written about Freddy Kreuger and Jason Voorhees, together with diverse shit about Bodhidharma that I stuck in on general principles, even a bunch of unrelated poems just to kill some more trees for shits and giggles.

Here is a review of it that Chris Murray did for the lulz.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Mung Being

The next issue of the great Mung Being is evidently on its way through the software that is a precursor to the internets. There will be three by me in her, and the earlier work by me in this august publication is located at this link.

I do not remember the number of the issue, for they are legion, and i am but a bear of little brain.

In other news, there are plans for a great big full length book of my Gertrude Stein related poems. This will be awesome fun since my Freddy Kreuger and Jason Voorhees and Bodhidharma related poems are all coming in my next great big full length from collection Oneiros Books. The first two were designed as chapbooks originally, but chapbooks are weak. This tome is to be called things the dead say, and it is due in a few months. Why is a Buddhist monk in there with two fictional mass murderers? Don't worry, for Bodhidharma invented Kung Fu, so he can take care of himself and them, no problem.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Whistling Shade

Very happy to have two poems coming up in the next issue of Whistling Shade, it's a print zine distributed in the Twin Cities part of the USA, which is the American Sweden, obviously.

Very cool to be there again, they distribute thousands of free copies in St Paul and Minneapolis which is very awesome of them.

They also publish books, and published my first fill length, Cadaver's dance, ably edited by Dylan Garcia-Wahl. Here is is at Amazon at this link. Reviews linked at this blog and at Amazon, and here is its page at Whistling Shade.