Eye to the Telescope is the online journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. A different person edits each issue (being published quarterly) and I myself have edited one – No. 16. The current issue, No. […]
Leah Umansky’s Straight Away the Emptied World is something interesting and different with a literary flavor.
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!
This year’s Zen of the Dead includes more fiction than previous years
A motion poem and a crowd-funded publishing program.
Familiar stories made new, fresh and strange.
Internationally domiciled Diane gets back to reviewing some genre poetry
Carolyn Clink’s poetry exhibits an astonishing variety of form, subject and genre.
Despite the dark content, Sng’s poetry remains pleasant to read.
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 take me a moment to get to the actual poetry. The […]
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
As national poetry month comes to a close – a round up
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!
An interview with the very hard to find Steve Sneyd
We know Leonard NImoy wrote poetry, but did he haiku?
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?)
Suzette Haden Elgin, founder of the SFPA, author and linguist, dead at 78.
Who, or what, is the Endless Machine? You’ll have to read some SF poetry to find out.
Space Opera in Verse!
A recap from Amazing’s Mistress of Poetry
John Reinhart – and spec-fic poetry – seem to be everywhere these days
Regina Kanyu Wang’s interview with author and translator Ken Liu in german translation
Some unexpected finds discovered while stumbling around the internet.
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.