VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Merritt Waldon

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Shane Allison

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: David Estringel

Red Berries Sweet like red berries rolled ‘round the mouth, juice licks the tongue on the way d                    o                    w                    n                          in cascades                          of sugar and fire                         that candy breath                         and lies we tell                          b          e          y          o          n Continue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: David Estringel”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE RETURNS, TOMORROW!

New Day, New Year, New Release

Dumpster Fire Press kicking 2022 off right with our first release of the year…I KNOW A PLACE If Camus were Canadian, dabbled more in the visual arts and went really absurd with the philosophy of the absurd as absurdly possible…you’d have R. Keith and he’s back with a stunning collection of vispo…that’s visual poetry forContinue reading “New Day, New Year, New Release”

COMING SOON IN 2022…

January 2022 VOICES FROM THE FIRE , DEATH BY PUNK and upcoming BEDROOM ANATOMY LESSONS contributor R. Keith’s collection of visual poetry to follow up his other books from DFP HONEYDEW:THE CORRECTED TEXT and the short fiction collection PLAYDUMB. of course Volume 6 is coming in January…unless Amazon still hasn’t gained the ability to takeContinue reading “COMING SOON IN 2022…”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Dillinger

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Michael Lacy

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Michael Lee Johnson

Poets Out of Service (V6) Like a full-service gas station or postal service workers displaced, racing to Staples retail for employment against the rules of labor, poets are out of business nowadays, you know. Who carries a loose change in their pockets? Who tosses loose coins in their car ashtray anymore? iPhones, smartphones, life is aContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Michael Lee Johnson”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Duane Vorhees

SCENIC Yesterday I was an open field, cosmos-filled. Distant horizons misted in all directions. The face of the early-summer sun wore its smiling-every-day forecast. (You said the sight of my noontime sundial made you giggle and blush.) And the wind combed through my hair and through the chickadees’ pinions. I had many solstices ahead. TodayContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Duane Vorhees”