By Jason De Graaf
The ebook is split into sections with nearly 100 special poems. Jason P. De Graaf’s clean voice will depart you in need of extra of his stark authenticity and fiery ardour. pattern his writing on Instagram: @jasonpauldegraaf
By Alan J. Yates
This, the writer illustrates along with his anthology and, particularly, with the poem "Flickerings," from which the e-book takes its title.
By Jessica Godwin,Zanne Mack,Chynna Chilton,Jay Daniel,Charles Longstreet,Brenda Hawley,Russell Rosander,Sharon McBride,Teresa Puente,Mark Butkus
By Jesus Chameleon,Pablo San Blaz
By Tzu Yeh,Lenore Mayhew,William McNaughton
Chinese erotic poetry used to be at one time considered nonexistent, just because it was once thought of not worthy to translate from the imperial anthologies, This translation of poems of Tzu Yeh, a 4th-century wine store woman, exposes an international the emperors won't have cared to checklist for posterity. however it is strictly this international that has fascination for the Western reader, who will observe in it, maybe a surprise of popularity, a similar currents of feeling that rippled underneath captivating surfaces anyplace women like Tzu Yeh have provided leisure and flattery, attractiveness, wit, and occasionally love-to paying customers.
Following Tzu Yeh during the pleasure-chasing seasons into her years of sour thoughts, the reader areas jointly, yet he left her "with a sour middle nonetheless beating to every day’s sun." She weaves. She recollects. "In skinny silk gown, purple sleeves a flutter" she searches for "a daring anyone with a center of mine"--her gold-orchid friend.
These appealing and unique poems are made on hand to Western readers in a translation that fuses the imagery of age-old China with a supple, energetic glossy idiom.
By Wayne Levin,Eric McHenry,Alexander Pepple
". . . [ capable MUSE ] fills a huge hole in figuring out what's fairly taking place in early twenty-first century American poetry." - Dana Gioia.
EDITORIAL - Alexander Pepple.
FEATURED ARTIST - Wayne Levin;
(Interviewed via Sharon Passmore).
FEATURED POET - Eric McHenry;
(Interviewed through Cody Walker).
FICTION - Linda Boroff, Richard Dokey, Michael Bradburn-Ruster, Zara Lisbon, Lane Kareska.
ESSAYS - Catharine Savage Brosman, Kevin Durkin, Robert Earle, Eric Torgersen.
BOOK reports - Reagan Upshaw.
POETRY - Jay Rogoff, Meredith McCann, William Baer, Jan D. Hodge, Stephen Scaer, William Thompson, Martial, Susan McLean, Carrie Shipers, Maura Stanton, Stephen Gibson, Len Krisak, Glenn Freeman, Richard Cecil, Bruce Bennett, Julie Steiner, Eric Torgersen, Ed Shacklee.
By Daseph Edwards,Shekorah Edwards
“From the column of its trunk I discovered that stories
Must have a start, a existence, and an finishing part,
Branched off via phrases, various as leaves,
That are visible via the brain yet take root within the heart.
So while the reader’s lusty orbs, dripping with hunger,
Meet the ashen undeniable of my writing’s page;
That they might locate strong fruit upon which to succor,
That will fulfill them during the age.”
(-Excerpt from poem “Love as a River” )
It’s now your flip to have your fill ...
By Shawn Carlo
By Dawn Escoto
By Derek Koehl,Tavares Stephens