Passing Reference – DJ Tyrer

DJ Tyrer is the person behind Atlantean Publishing, editor of View From Atlantis and the 5-7-5 Haiku Journal webzines, and has been published in issues of California Quarterly, Enchanted Conversation,Haiku Journal, and Tigershark, and online at A New Ulster, Morphrog, and Poetry Pacific, as well as releasing several chapbooks, including the critically acclaimed Our Story. The echapbook One Vision is available from Tigershark Publishing’s website. SuperTrump and A Wuhan Whodunnit are available to download from the Atlantean PublishingContinue reading “Passing Reference – DJ Tyrer”

“Museum Education” – Margaret D. Stetz

Margaret D. Stetz is the Mae and Robert Carter Professor of Women’s Studies and Professor of Humanities at the University of Delaware. She has been curator or co-curator of thirteen exhibitions on gender, art, literature, and print culture, including one on Oscar Wilde and Philadelphia (at The Rosenbach of the Free Library of Philadelphia, 2015) andContinue reading ““Museum Education” – Margaret D. Stetz”

Hidden Treasure – Elaine Sorrentino

Elaine Sorrentino, Communications Director at South Shore Conservatory, Hingham, MA, has been published in Minerva Rising, Willawaw Journal, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, The Ekphrastic Review, Writing in a Women’s Voice, Global Poemic, ONE ART: a journal of poetry, Haiku Universe,  and has won the monthly poetry challenge at wildamorris.blogspot.com

If You Would Know Me – Sandra S. Newton

books, Enjoying the Arts: Poetry (1977) and Enjoying the Arts: Film (1978), were published by Richards Rosen Press, her short story, “The Balikbayan,” can be found in Philippine American Short Stories (Giraffe Books, 1997), as well as two poems by the online journal OPEN: Journal of Arts and Letters. She earned her B.A. from TheContinue reading “If You Would Know Me – Sandra S. Newton”

Bookish – Sandra S. Newton

Sandra Salinas Newton is a Professor Emeritus of English at Naugatuck Valley Community College. Her books, Enjoying the Arts: Poetry (1977) and Enjoying the Arts: Film (1978), were published by Richards Rosen Press, her short story, “The Balikbayan,” can be found in Philippine American Short Stories (Giraffe Books, 1997), as well as two poems byContinue reading “Bookish – Sandra S. Newton”

Sunday Afternoon at the Washington County Museum – Karla Linn Merrifield

Karla Linn Merrifield has 14 books to her credit. Following her 2018 Psyche’s Scroll (Poetry Box Select) is the 2019 full-length book Athabaskan Fractal: Poems of the Far North from Cirque Press. She is currently at work on a poetry collection, My Body the Guitar, inspired by famous guitarists and their guitars; the book isContinue reading “Sunday Afternoon at the Washington County Museum – Karla Linn Merrifield”

Crossing #4: Near Death in the Maritimes – Karla Linn Merrifield

Karla Linn Merrifield has 14 books to her credit. Following her 2018 Psyche’s Scroll (Poetry Box Select) is the 2019 full-length book Athabaskan Fractal: Poems of the Far North from Cirque Press. She is currently at work on a poetry collection, My Body the Guitar, inspired by famous guitarists and their guitars; the book isContinue reading “Crossing #4: Near Death in the Maritimes – Karla Linn Merrifield”

BE-MYTHOLOGY – Rob Lowe

Rob Lowe has had approximately 50 poems accepted by editors since 2017, online, in print and as spoken word. Recent pieces are in Lucent Dreaming, Aromatica Poetica, Squawk Back, Abridged, Seventh Quarry and in anthologies. He particularly admires the work of Edith Sodergran, Emily Dickinson and Ted Hughes. He shares a home in Milton Keynes with aContinue reading “BE-MYTHOLOGY – Rob Lowe”