DEATH HUMS reading, tonight, 8.28.2012.
Aug 28, 2012
And you can read them here. That’s what they’re for.
Spot the anachronism in the bio.
Jul 10, 2012
According to Ken Griffey, Jr. Presents Major League Baseball for Super Nintendo, the 1994 A’s were all writers and poets and drunk.
Jun 29, 2012
I’ve been given the chance to be guest poetry editor of the next/ongoing issue of death hums magazine. This means send poems. This means my ego depends on it.
The last issue featured people like Eileen Myles and Brenda Hillman, among others you should admire already or soon. Like Matthew Gilbert, who I include mostly because I like him and he bought me a McFlurry. My point is I’m excited. My second point if I’m allowed a second point is you should buy the issue. Something about PayPal, email@example.com, $15 including shipping.
Submissions how-to and guidelines
Here are brass tacks.
Jun 14, 2012
- Send 1-5 previously unpublished pages of poetry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Simultaneous submissions are forgivable if you notify us asap upon acceptance elsewhere.
- Include a short bio.
- The submission window is open until September 1.
- death hums is about smart and fresh poetry. That’s something like a tagline.
- death hums is also open to submissions in visual art and literary criticism of contemporary poetry. Info about that and the above can be found here.
Thom James at Banango Lit put up a generous review of NAP 2.3 yesterday.
So. NAP’s pretty rad. I never use the word ‘rad’ because I’m British and it doesn’t sound right. But NAP is rad nonetheless. NAP 2.3 is a collection of work which screams innovation. Though, it’s no surprise. NAP has always been screaming innovation, even since the first issue back in January 2011. I’m going to boldly say that this is their best issue yet. Now, you are probably wondering why I’m telling you that NAP’s latest issue is better than the rest. I’ll tell you why. Because it features writers such as Thomas Patrick Levy, Tyler Gobble, Banangolit’s very own Diana Salier, and more. Much more.
Here is the full review. Here is NAP 2.3.
Mar 10, 2012
I am late in including this review of NAP 2.3, which mentions my poems:
Daniel J Walsh ends the series. His first poem discusses infidelity and Mars’s feelings. For his second piece he goes over absolute loneliness. You know the kind of loneliness that drives people to talk radio. Yeah, it is pretty sad.
Link to the full review of the issue.
What a great issue to have been in. It can be read, again, on NAP’s website.
Mar 10, 2012
Have two poems in this, also decided I’m the 5th head from the right
THE POETRY ISSUE, GUEST EDITED BY GREGORY SHERL. INCLUDES POETRY BY HUGH BEHM-STEINBERG, MELISSA BRODER, ANDREW COX, CAROLINE CREW & CYRUS PARLIN, CHRIS EMSLIE, TYLER GOBBLE, DAVID GREENSPAN, ROSE HUNTER, KRISTIN KIMBLE, THOMAS PATRICK LEVY, ROB MACDONALD, M.G. MARTIN, ROBERTO MONTES, DIANA SALIER, NICK STURM, K.M.A. SULLIVAN, PARKER TETTLETON, BRYCE THORNBURG, AND DANIEL J WALSH.
Feb 14, 2012