I’m excited to share that the new Viral Literature: Alone Together in Georgia anthology has been released through Southern Fried Karma Press in association with the Atlanta Writers Club. Big thank you to Clayton H. Ramsey, George Weinstein, and everyone at AWC for including five of my poems in this collection alongside the work of 31 outstanding Georgia authors. Proceeds from the sales will go to help support The Wren’s Nest and Literacy Action Inc. Copies of Viral Literature: Alone Together in Georgia are available here…
I’m stoked that a selection of my poetry appears in the new bilingual issue of Agony Opera published out of Kolkata, India. Big thank you to Hiya Mukherjee for including my work. “Headlight Fever,” “Queen’s Gambit,” “Broken Geometry II,” and “Morning After” can be read at the following link…
The special Winter Solstice episode of the show featuring authors from Alien Buddha Press can be listened to here…
I’m thrilled to be selected as the featured poet in the new issue of Kafe House published recently out of Kolkata, India. Big thank you to Supriyo Chakraborty and Sreetanwi Chakraborty for the honor.
My poem from issue 23, “Behind the Veil of Birth,” can be read here…
I’m stoked that my poem “Of Echoes and Explosions” appears in the new issue of Taifas Literary Magazine published out of Constanta, Romania. Big thank you to Anna Maria Sprzęczka for including my work.
The new issue is available here…
I’m excited to share that my poem “Here and Now (and After)” has been translated into Malayalam and published in the new issue of Thorcha Magazine released out of India. Huge thank you to Priya Unnikrishnan for her translation, and to Bijoy Chandran for including my work in his venue.
Malayalam is now the 11th language that selections of my poetry have been translated into.
A new episode of Songs of Selah features an interview with Alan Britt. He joined the program to discuss his distinguished career and to read selections from his latest collection, Gunpowder for Single-ball Poems. Editor-in-Chief of Concrete Mist Press, Heath Brougher, also swung by to talk about the book.
Episode 125 of Songs of Selah can be listened to here…
Songs of Selah
October 31, 2020
6-8 PM EST
Listen live or catch a replay later here on 17Numa Radio…
Halloween Special with Alien Buddha Press. Twelve ABP authors will be calling in to read their work from the House of Horrors anthology series.
Call in with questions and to win free copies at 646-668-8757.
With Readings From
1- Red Focks
2- Beverly M. Collins
3- Carrie Magness Radna
4- Chani Zwibel,
5- Jared Morningstar
6- Jason O’Toole
7- JJ Stick
8- Megha Sood
9- Michael D Miller
10- Robert Ragan
11- Samir Karimo
12- Sandi Leibowitz
Songs of Selah
October 26, 2020
8-10 PM EST
Listen live or catch a replay of the episode here on 17Numa Radio…
It’s going to be an exciting episode! Great friends of the show and wonderful poets, Mela Blust and Kashiana Singh, return to the program to read selections from each other’s new collections and to discuss the projects they’ve been working on in 2020.
Phone lines will be open at 646-668-8757 if anyone would like to call in with questions for the guests or to read a few poems of their own during the open mic segment.
They Found a Woman’s Body by Mela Blust is available here.
Crushed Anthills by Kashiana Singh is available here.
I have a bright idea. Open society. End the lockdowns. Free the people to live their lives as they see fit at their own preferred risk. Put the actual authoritarian criminals in cages.
Better yet, toss them in a zoo. For public viewing where we can visit during field trips to study them as a reminder of what happens to petty tyrants whose overreach for power becomes too lustful and wicked.
I could probably think of a few money launderers, human traffickers, mad scientists, rogue intelligence agents, and corrupted politicians who would fit in perfectly in such a habitat. I’m sure they’d all get along swimmingly together.
Grant free admission to every citizen who comes to point, stare, mock, and laugh at the disgraced gang of psychopaths as they adjust to their new environment.
A masquerade on full display.