SAND is a journal of poetry in English, published in Berlin on a regular basis. (Good old Germans! So metropolitan.) Anyway, I’m in the latest one. It’s available here. In fact, it has been available for a while, but I’m badly organised. That’s all for now. xxxx
Toronto (or anywhere?) based poetry magazine The Rotary Dial just put its January issue up on the Kindle store for one dollar. If you have a dollar and Kindle and would like to combine the two in order to read one poem I wrote and several other poems that other people wrote, click on this. Thanks!
Vayavya is an online magazine out of the state of Jharkhand in eastern India. Their latest issue includes a couple of my poems. More Duke Ellington stuff and a quite flippant little poem about getting ready to leave the house. I am glad to be published outside of Europe and North America for the first time, and especially to be published in India. Indian Independence Day was ten days ago, and happened to be the day on which I got married. Our Indian caterers mentioned that to us some time before the date, and also pointed out that our decorations were orange, white and green, the colours of the Indian flag. Basically, it’s all India right now.
New Uppagus is out and free for all to read, and it features a short symmetrical poem I wrote, here. Check out the charming illustrations of Denny Marshall — there’s a gallery of them on the main page. Lots of love, Owen.