Wednesday, April 02, 2008

Concelebratory Shoehorn Review

Issue 16 of the on-line journal Concelebratory Shoehorn Review contains four of my poems: "Campfire," "Mandolin," "Romance," and "Those Who Wake at Night."

I have not had a chance to look at the rest of the poems in the issue yet, so I cannot recommend any of them in particular, but the photographs by Yuliya Shevchenko are worth a look, and there are lots of other artworks, poems, and articles to check out at your leisure.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now that's a cool title for a literary review. It took me about three attempts to even read it properly (and I still don't know what it means).

Congrats on the contributions, by the way.

In light of this, it is interesting to note how more and more literary journals -- especially those for poetry -- are "online only" nowadays. The good thing is that there's more of them. The not so good thing is that blogging platforms are used increasingly as a means of publishing these reviews. Simply by being published as blogs, they seem somewhat unprofessional; regardless of how great the material might be.

(Maybe the basis for a study?)