New poetry collection: "Storm for the Living and the Dead" (Fall 2017)

Discussion in 'Books, magazines, publications' started by cirerita, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. That's how I walk around in life. It's like an umbrella of line-y-ness. You can't see it in the pic, but unfortunately it doesn't keep away the cloud perpetually overhead. ;)
     
  2. Part of it. This larger though and you can see that he's side-eyeing the camera, which is good.

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    Even better though is this, which I came across while looking for the other picture.

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  3. d gray

    d gray tried to do his best but could not First 9 Redwood Original Unholy Ones

    god he looks like if neil young and frankenstein had a baby.
     
  4. And then there's Dracula:

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  5. d gray

    d gray tried to do his best but could not First 9 Redwood Original Unholy Ones

    that one's like the creature from the black lagoon movie where they try to turn him human.

    love it!

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    wow. just found this. Yikes.
     
  7. d gray

    d gray tried to do his best but could not First 9 Redwood Original Unholy Ones

    bukowski as the human torch?

    i think we need an "unlike" button...
     
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  8. Tangerine Press has recently released a broadside of poem for Dante, which will be appearing in this final (?) upcoming collection as something of a promo for the book. It's a strong poem and if you are familiar with Tangerine Press, you can guess the quality. Deluxe portfolios are sold out, but the broadside and art by Christoph Mueller (rather Crumb-esque if I do say) are available. Not a shameless plug since I've nothing to do with it; more of a recommendation for y'all.
     

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