NOBODY GETS OUT ALIVE…JUST RECYCLED

That’s how it felt editing this ambitous poetry chapbook from the ever-evolving Edward Wells…our fourth release for NATIONAL POETRY MONTH… I’m not going to bullshit anyone, the manuscript was accepted before I was stern with guidelines and such… However, I liked this cat after meeting him virtually at one of Mad Swirl’s live open MIC’sContinue reading “NOBODY GETS OUT ALIVE…JUST RECYCLED”

CONSIDER THIS, APRIL CRUELTY BEGINS

with our first release… Roz Washington returns with a new collection of poetry ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, picking up where SUNLIFE left off. New destinations, new encounters both real and imaginary, varying phases of contemplation and a journey into a Bradbury-esque cosmos engineered by Jules Vernes. Take a walk on the wildside where even the mostContinue reading “CONSIDER THIS, APRIL CRUELTY BEGINS”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Maksym Beshlei

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Roz Washington

As the Waves of our Entities intermingles Sounds through the waters of the cosmos beckons our Minds, thus a light tint of Violet glows in our circumference… Drawn into each other Graceful Glances of Sparkling thoughts passed between us… The Universe feels Infinite there’s a definite connection… the Moonlight’s reflection passing Glistening ideas of arrangedContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Roz Washington”

LAST WORD OF 2021…

Usually you’d be seeing a VOICES FROM THE FIRE post about this time of day…. Surprisingly though CHILDHOOD’S END: TWILIGHT OF THE SUPERHUMANS & WAITING FOR LUCY dropped today… The year end anthology from Dumpster Fire Press…CHILDHOOD’S END encompassing two concepts..TWILIGHT OF THE SUPERHEROES an homage to superheroes as well as a tribute to heroismContinue reading “LAST WORD OF 2021…”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: James Maj

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Dillinger

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Robert Ragan

Their Mother Should Have Swallowed The moment Natalie started talking about the thoughts, Marshall should have left and never looked back. The night they met, he missed all the red flags and flashing warning signs. As they sat in a small bar and talked for the first time, Marshall was lost in the way herContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Robert Ragan”

Not Shutting down yet…

Though it is tempting… The third volume of VOICES FROM THE FIRE is out, featuring more prose than usual now that the cruelty of April for National Poetry Month has subsided that was volume 2. Featuring spectacular cover art by that loveable renegade rascal Dillinger and illustrations by James Maj, R. Keith. Shane Allison andContinue reading “Not Shutting down yet…”