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As national poetry month comes to a close - a round up
We know Leonard NImoy wrote poetry, but did he haiku?
John Reinhart - and spec-fic poetry - seem to be everywhere these days
Bringing you the first Science Fiction Poetry Association’s annual Halloween poetry reading.
Our Diva delivers a short report on Worldcon and then dives right back into poetry
A roundup of Sonya Taaffe's poetry in a variety of print and online outlets. Quite the tour!
Oxymoron? If you think the title of this blog post is one, then read on, dear disillusioned reader! Be warned though, it's going to...
Trolling the internet for wonderful tidbits of and about poetry, this is what I came away with.
Diane confesses: you're only getting this speculative poetry roundup because she didn't finish her review. But don't worry, it's mostly British....
Diane goes walkabout on the web and discovers a surprisingly large amount of speculative fiction poetry, just waiting for you all to drop by.
A round-up of the speculative poetry I’ve found online in the past month or so.
A summary of excellent SF poetry that can be found online.
Apex is proud to share the winning stories...
This post on Edgar Allan Poe poetry is sponsored by Flatiron Books, publishers of His Hideous Heart, a collection of 13 of Edgar Allan Poe’s...
In this week's viewing: It's time for the first helping of 2017 premieres! Um, you may want to brace yourself.
Chemical Letters has been nominated for the 2016 Elgin Award for best poetry collection (of 2014/15)
A collection that is not to be missed!
A motion poem and a crowd-funded publishing program.
Internationally domiciled Diane gets back to reviewing some genre poetry
A listing of all of the professionally published fiction for 1940.
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.
Space Opera in Verse!
A recap from Amazing's Mistress of Poetry
Some unexpected finds discovered while stumbling around the internet.
A review of a fabulous little chapbook written by Shannon Connor Winward: "Undoing Winter"
A review of a brand new online speculative fiction poetry magazine.
Today, something different. Spending a bit of time with the Elgin Award nominees.
"Horror is a church. Its blood-stained glass both colors and reflects its readers' worldview. It sacrifices many readers on the altar of repugnance."
Clark’s poems are first and foremost informative, then creepy, grisly and even a little bit tongue-in-cheek funny.