Gargoyle #60, is still available, and is full of such lovely folks as Alyse Knorr, Joe Hall, Andy Fogle, and more. The prologue-ish thing to Theater of Parts, “What Toast?” is published in this issue, Summer 2013.
The first issue of Adrienne: A Poetry Journal of Queer Women is currently available
for pre-order and will be released any time now! Adrienne is a new project from Sibling Rivalry Press, edited by Valerie Wetlaufer. I’m really excited to be in this project and especially in this first issue with such humbling company as Joy Ladin, Ching-In Chen, the late Laura Hershey, and Gazing Grain Press author Meg Day. The journal has a pretty unique structure, featuring sets of ten or so pages from a baker’s dozen of poets. Three of my sequences from Theater of Parts are in this issue: “Traveling: an act,” “Discovery Narrative: an act in five plays,” and “What Doesn’t Need to Be.”
[Edit: Here’s the big cartel link to purchase the issue: http://siblingrivalrypress.bigcartel.com/product/adrienne-issue-01-a-poetry-journal-of-queer-women]
Some fantastic poets have started a lovely new journal over at APARTMENT Poetry Quarterly. Issue 2 launched yesterday, and Milquetoast and I are roommates in unit 2F. You can read Milquetoast’s adventures over there.
I’m thrilled to be in the issue with Joe Milazzo, CAConrad, and the other incredible tenants. I’m a huge fan of Conrad’s. What a wonderful gift, to be metaphorical neighbors.
[Edit: To navigate to issue 2, click About in the center of the apartment, scroll down to elevator, and click the 2. Enjoy the neighbors along the way.]
Today, a sequence of my poems went up at Wicked Alice. This sequence comes from my book manuscript Theater of Parts, and the form is based on two other sequences in the book, some of the poem-things that claim to be dramatic forms.
I’m so grateful to be in Wicked Alice, and I’m pleasantly surprised to have found a home for this sequence. I have so much respect for the editor, Kristy Bowen, and I love and respect when I am welcomed to publications that are women-centered.
These are my first poems to make it out into the wider world. It’s quite a way to jump in, as the intimacy of the speaker here aims to counteract the distant speaker elsewhere in the project. Productive discomfort. Problematic academic voice. Lots of good stuff. <3M