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A collection that is not to be missed!
A motion poem and a crowd-funded publishing program.
Carolyn Clink's poetry exhibits an astonishing variety of form, subject and genre.
Despite the dark content, Sng’s poetry remains pleasant to read.
Poems about stealthy alien invasion, alien colonization, trans-dimensional relationships, Amazons, gods, hillbillies and hicks, horticulture, uplifted animals, and bugs - lots of bugs.
Poetry from a childhood spent exposed to radiation.
Graphic Poetry? This might be the very FIRST graphic poetry book evah!
Wendy Rathbone's latest collection - with a side of poetry omnibi
In my next poetry review I bring you the new collection of Poetry Grandmaster Bruce Boston - Resonance Dark and Light, chock full of genre poetry goodness!
The horror! The Horror! Lovecraft in verse...with pictures! My mind....it's descending into MADNESS!
A review of Helen Marshall's Elgin Award winning poetry chapbook "The Sex Lives of Monsters". (With a title like that, who needs an excerpt?)
Who, or what, is the Endless Machine? You'll have to read some SF poetry to find out.
Space Opera in Verse!
Who would’ve thought that there were so many ways to describe and enact death and dying?
Not only does SF Poetry exist as a full-fledged entity, but there are also people who identify as SF Poets. AND they have their own little association too.
A review of a fabulous little chapbook written by Shannon Connor Winward: "Undoing Winter"
Fairy Tale reeducation via poetry
Clark’s poems are first and foremost informative, then creepy, grisly and even a little bit tongue-in-cheek funny.
A review of Luminous Worlds, including mythology, zombies and Lovecraftian horror
A review of the latest poetry collection - Blue Sunset - from Mary Jo Rabe.
Diva Diane goes one better! Reviews of When Rockets Burn Through and Space Of Their Own. More poetry audio today than you can shake a stick at - so save your energy and listen instead.
Today’s post brings you two poetry reviews of chapbooks by Cleveland poets, one each by J. E. Stanley and dan smith. The Greater Cleveland...
Offspring of the Moon is a beautiful little volume of 57 Moon Wind mostly short length poems. The cover art by Ludmila Korol, called "Moon Wind" is stunningly perfect and beautiful on the paperback cover. I was drawn in by the vividness of the imagery and found a kinship with the weird.
A collection of intensely intimate poetry which map a life
Internationally domiciled Diane gets back to reviewing some genre poetry
A review of a brand new online speculative fiction poetry magazine.
Lots and lots of good and varied stuff to peruse in this issue. You can’t go wrong if you pick it up.
This magazine is all fantasy: The issue was fun to read. Full of good writing and evocative imagery.
With a cover illustration like that, you know there's got to be something intriguing inside the pages of On Spec
Normally, we'd not let the guy review his own publication...but we're not normally and R Graeme is Graeme, so let it fly!