Rainie Oet: The Ride That Loops Infinitely / Tall Bed Above Water

Dizzy today, dizzy, sharing with you this rollercoaster of a poem by Rainie Oet [>>], “The Ride That Loops Infinitely / Tall Bed Above Water“:

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop in print and ebook formatsRead on!

Simon Perchik: [It starts at the foundry, softens]

Oh reader, rust is on the trees and the boards are locked up tight. We’re delighted to share this poem by Simon Perchik, “*”, which begins “It starts at the foundry…”

This poem closes out Storm Cellar 8.3, available in print and ebook formats over in our store. Read on!

Dorothy Chan: A-List Celebrities and Chinese Immigrant Families

Oh readers, the summer’s sloping down into the wide, wide bog of autumn, and we’re all glued to any good news we can find. We’re triply delighted to share this poem by Dorothy Chan [>>], lately of Honey Literary, “A-List Celebrities and Chinese Immigrant Families.”

This poem first appeared in SC 7.2, available in our shop in print and ebook formatsRead on!

Konstantin Nicholas Rega: Of The

It’s a blackout day, a mystery of touch and want, oh Reader, and here among the fantastical countryside of the mythical past comes a blacked-out poetic explosion, Konstantin Nicholas Rega’s [>>] “Of The“:

This poem appears in Storm Cellar #7.1, nicknamed “Back Fire,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!

Henry Goldkamp: American DIY

This share’s an autogenesis poem about us within these borders, fumbling and fumbling forward, anyway: it’s Henry Goldkamp’s “American DIY.”

This poem appears in Storm Cellar #7.1, nicknamed “Back Fire,” available in delicious print and ebook editions in our store. Read on!