FROM THE EDITOR

Yup, that blowhard again… We continued with our original format with VOICES FROM THE FIRE this week . VOICES will be returning possibly a day late, due to the fact that Dumpster Fire Press or rather I will be heading down to ST. Augustine PoetFest to sponsor the UNDERGROUND SOUNDS SHOW featuring Wayne Mason atContinue reading “FROM THE EDITOR”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Shane Allison

APRIL CRUELTY IS COMING

That’s right, National Poetry Month is on the horizon and April is cruel, poet and publishers punishing each other and themselves alike… First on the agenda…Editor in Chief Mike Zone will be attending St. Augustine PoetFest (brainchild of Chris Bodor)…taking part in a discussion panel regarding Poets and Change (essentially poetry and politics), then there’sContinue reading “APRIL CRUELTY IS COMING”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE:Jack Henry

mason jar back in those old days we kept cocaine in a sugar jar on a broke down kitchen table next a stolen napkin dispenser.  when we watched the Starsky and Hutch movie we recognized we had become a bad joke.  now we keep our cocaine in a mason jar in the garage next toContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE:Jack Henry”

CARRYING THE FIRE

Recently, the Editor in Chief of Dumpster Fire Press engaged in a collaboration with musical talent Brotherwell of the RE: COVERY PROJECT in the adaption of his poem “Railroad Earth” into a song… It’s been quite the journey and we hope you enjoy. at the bottom you’ll find links to more of Brotherwell’s work asContinue reading “CARRYING THE FIRE”

St. Augustine POETFEST

St. Augustine, FL – This year for National Poetry Month (April) Ancient City Poets have partnered with the English Department of Flagler College and the St. Johns Cultural Council to present a day-long celebration of creative writing and reciting on Saturday April 9th, the day after the Henry Rollins spoken word tour stop at theContinue reading “St. Augustine POETFEST”