MAP OF A DISTORTED MIND by J.R. McNulty reviewed by Alan Garvey

I’m loath to knock the idea of self-publishing, or self-published poets, especially as I went down that route for my first three chapbooks, but there are many worthwhile lessons to be learned by submitting to and publishing in literary magazines, establishing a track record of publication before seeing one’s first full collection go into print.Continue reading “MAP OF A DISTORTED MIND by J.R. McNulty reviewed by Alan Garvey”

A Review of Craig Sernotti’s Forked Tongue—If You’re Into That (By Jason Lee Miller)

A Review of Craig Sernotti’s Forked Tongue—If You’re Into That Very early in the movie Meet Joe Black—far too soon for anyone to expect it—Brad Pitt gets creamed by a speeding van, and the theater, at least the one I was in, hung back in silence before nervous laughter bubbled out into the air asContinue reading “A Review of Craig Sernotti’s Forked Tongue—If You’re Into That (By Jason Lee Miller)”

Poetry #132

We’re going to start this off with an apologize on my behalf for being late. March’s issue has transformed into April’s issue.  It was magic. So, without further ado, we present you with bittersweet Johnnies, unknown killers, future literary divebar loners, readers of Kafka and Grouche Marx (that other Marxist) and quiet-minded genuises that speak without moving theirContinue reading “Poetry #132”