VOICES FROM THE FIRE: James Maj

“Goldilocks at the Rubicon”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Ryan Quinn Flanagan

Windows, Horses Broken Vandal remnants, an old sweeper of glass in an ill-fitting smock, almost embarrassed to look up as if he has faltered in some unnameable way – windows, horses broken, three different colours of graffiti which may suggest the number of guilty parties, morning foot traffic walking by on the wide, careful notContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Ryan Quinn Flanagan”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: John Stickney

“The Memory Twins Huff and Puff and Rescue the Day“

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Richard Modiano

Poem for Danny Baker The world of real life, the raw urgency of the moment— the taste of black coffee, of charred red meat, the recoil of the Glock in your hand, the poem that forms in your brain— waits for us beneath history, its mysteries passed down through generations in the currency of momentsContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Richard Modiano”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: R.M. Engelhardt

Shakespeare,  Kerouac & Bukowski Are Waiting And You’re Running Late (In Memoriam For Gerald) Everyday One Poet Enters Another Exits Handing Over The Pen It’s the story of The world the story of Words the story Of what makes a Poet a human being And makes a human Being a poet To each Their ownContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: R.M. Engelhardt”

DEATH BY PUNK: FINAL (official) CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

That’s right…DEATH BY PUNK is heading your way in April the cruelest month, just in time for Dumpster Fire Press’ colossal series of events to coincide with Poetry month…even the anthology is more than just poetry… So send you punk, DIY, counter culture and/or death themed work to clockworkoomphstudios@gmail if you feel so inclined toContinue reading “DEATH BY PUNK: FINAL (official) CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: R. KEITH

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Dillinger

Canadian Pulp Fiction…maybe?

Dumpster Fire Press is proud to present its February 2021 release… PLAY DUMB by R. Keith R. Keith’s collection of short fiction PLAY DUMB from Dumpster Fire Press, follows the lives the of the down trodden, the seedy and those just plainly confused about what to do confined in a restrictive box of living. AContinue reading “Canadian Pulp Fiction…maybe?”