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Hypothetically Speaking for your Kindle

Hypothetically Speaking, by MK Sukach, Winner of the 2016 Encircle Publications Annual Chapbook Contest, is now available for your Kindle. Check it out here.  
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Hypothetically Speaking now on Amazon!

“ In Hypothetically Speaking, MK Sukach explores those intersections where language and culture, history and the present unsettled moment meet and are realigned. Sukach thoroughly respects his medium-our language-its chameleon Read More ...
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Dennis Daly Reviews Hypothetically Speaking

Check out Dennis Daly’s full review of Hypothetically Speaking  here.
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Pushcart Nom from War Literature and the Arts

Pushcart nom for “Raising the Dog of War.” War Literature and the Arts, Vol 28. Be sure to check out Donald Anderson’s “Take a Message to Rumsfeld.“
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2016 Pushcart Prize, what?

1) “Labor Camp” by Don Thompson from A Journal of the Drought Year (chapbook), 2016 2) “People in Tough Situations” by D.S. Maolalai from Love is Breaking Plates in the Read More ...
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Don’t All Rush At Once…

Hypothetically Speaking, by MK Sukach Encircle Publications is thrilled to announce that MK Sukach’s chapbook manuscript Hypothetically Speaking is the winner of the 2016 Encircle Publications Annual Chapbook Contest. Poems Read More ...
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Big News from Perugia Press!

As Perugia Press prepares to celebrate its 20th Anniversary this November, poet Rebecca Olander will begin assuming her role as its newest Director and Editor.
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Katy Haas Reviews Storm Cellar Summer/Fall 15 Issue

New Pages Review of Storm Cellar  
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A Surprise in New Millennium Writings vol 24…page 112.

New Millennium Writings Clue: Something Impossible Happens
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The Indianola Review Issue One, Winter 2015

Issue One of The Indianola Review is out! “ The issue will have nineteen poems by Timothy Duffy, Kate Przybylski, James Cihlar, Amy Jo Swing, Stacey Balkun, Nada Faris, Athena Kildegaard, Courtney Read More ...
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Check out the Yellow Chair Review

  Somewhere in the table of contents: “The Little Book of Anxieties,” Issue #5.
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Workshop Rules

Read the Rules; enter at your peril.  
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Sharkpack Poetry Review Issue Two is Live!

// Check out Michelle Chen’s “Homeless Man with Bird on the N Train”  
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The Great American Poetry Show is On!

You can spend hours keeping up with the volume of news, articles, poems, jokes, and “bluff” on Larry Ziman’s The Great American Poetry Show site! While you’re there, check out Vol Read More ...
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Following the Development of The Indianola Review’s Debut Issue!

Follow the development (real time) of the inaugural issue coming out from The Indianola Review this December!
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New Poem…

“Act of Creation“
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“In Theory” out from Storm Cellar, Vol. IV, No. 3!

Congratulations and thanks to the editors of Storm Cellar on their latest release! Want a sample? Check out “Lariope” by Diya Abdo. Other poets in this volume include Caroly Tux, Christine Read More ...
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Coming Soon to a review near (or not near) you…

New Delta Review was gracious enough to accept 3 new poems (yes, mine) for their forthcoming issue. Go to NDR to check out Anders Carlson-Wee’s beautiful poem, “Riding the Owl’s Eye,” Read More ...
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New poem, “Formaldehyde,” is out in SRPR!

So grateful to be among such a fine collection of poets published in the Winter (39.2) edition of the Spoon River Poetry Review…which arrived on Christmas–so, yeh, bonus. Pick up your Read More ...
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