Sunday, March 30, 2014

Mung Being

There will be five by me in the next issue of the excellent zine Mung Being. Thanks to editor Mark Givens, who later this year is closing the zine and starting a book publishing project that will surely kick ass.

Here's the bio with links to work currently showcased there.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Gutter Eloquence

Long time since I submitted to Gutter Eloquence and am pleased to say that two poems coming in number 30, due on or just after 1st April.

Great zine, and always excellent selections by Jack T. Marlowe.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Craig Podmore - The Origin of Manias

Here is a review by me



Craig Podmore
The Origin of Manias
Oneiros Books 2013 162 pp
novel review by David McLean

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Bone Orchard Press

Not only is Bone Orchard Poetry back in business but there is a new press too, Bone Orchard Press, that is devoted to chapbooks by the authors published in the zine. 

Here's the first offering from editor Michael Mc Aloran, one coming by me, the children without guns, 40 pp.

EDIT: one minuite later here it is :)

Monday, March 17, 2014

of "nobody wants to go to heaven"

At the Oneiros Books blog Christine Murray has been kind enough to post a selection with commentary from nobody wants to go to heaven but everybody wants to die, my last but one from Oneiros. Good for her, though I am not a rationalist and not very influenced by either Williams or Sitwell. :)

Read it at this link, links to buy are on the right hand side of the screen.

Saturday, March 15, 2014

the dead are rambling again in the cemetery

What do the dead mumble about as they lie in their noisome holes?

Direct from the bone orchard - here they are at Bone Orchard Poetry.

Here is the book at Oneiros, and here the dead float down the Amazon.com.

And, by the way, here is the same book at Barnes & Noble.

Thursday, March 13, 2014

of desire & the lesion that is the ego

Soonish, a book of that name, by me, is due from Oneiros Books, edited by Michael Mc Aloran. The things is written while reading the great Anti-Oedipus, and is accordingly, according to me, really cool, or - as an alternative way of putting it - full of shit and very pretentious.

This picture is of the cover art. like most paintings, it shows the plain pudenda totally openly, if you look at it wrong.

There is an incredible lot of excellent new poetry at Oneiros Books, as well as prose and comics. Check it all out.


Monday, March 10, 2014

Gillian Prew, "A wound's sound" reviewed


A wound's sound
Oneiros Books
74 pp.

Review now in Clockwise Cat.