I am nominating Without by Terry Lucas for the 2013 Pushcart Prize. It was published in the Found Poem issue of MiPOesias.Link:https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/mipoesias/id590197010?mt=11
Best American Poetry edited by Denise Duhamel. This poem was published in the October 2012 issue of MiPOesias (Grace Cavalieri on the cover)
Many of the poets in this video we are some point published in MiPOesias.
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Richard Blanco has been chosen as the 2013 inaugural poet.. via Richard Blanco has been chosen as the 2013 inaugural poet..
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This version is not edited but it has more content than the published intro and I thought you may enjoy it. Download the iPad Companion Here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/mipoesias-ipad-companion/id580564706?ls=1 2012 MiPO Intro by Jack Anders Click anywhere in this anthology, you will find something interesting. The beginning middle and end don’t fit our lives anymore. The shadows…
“That’s Not Butter,” by Reb Livingston, comes a richness from a mixture of the culture of old traditional fairytales, and postindustrial culture. At the very beginning of her poem, with the phrase “once upon a time,” Livingston instantly conjures the whole trope of fairytales and Brothers Grimm fables; the poem then plays on the contrasts…
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Nudelman’s poems have recently appeared in Cortland Review, Valparaiso Review, Chiron Review, Evergreen Review, OCHO, PoetsArtists, and dozens more. “What Looks Like an Elephant” (2011, Lummox Press) was runnerup for the Indie Lit Awards Book of the Year. “Night Fires,” (Pudding House Press, 2009), was semifinalist for the Journal Award (OSU Press). Awards include Aesthetica Magazine…
Luc Simonic is a native and resident of the Denver metropolitan area
Diana Adams is an Alberta based writer with work published in a variety of journals including Boston Review, Drunken Boat, Fogged Clarity, Oranges & Sardines, OCHO, The Laurel Review, Ekleksogaphia, MiPOesias, Shampoo, Pindeldyboz, Poemeleon, Del Sol Review, Perihelion, Bayou, and Wave Composition. Her third book of poetry HELLO ICE was recently published by BlazeVOX Books.
Michelle McEwen, poet/storyteller and author of Delicious Dangerous (a poetry chapbook published by Didi Menendez for the Mipoesias Chapook Series in 2010), has had work published in Poets/Artists, The Caribbean Writer, Naugatuck River Review and in the the anthologies: The Best New Poets 2007 and Woman’s Work (a short story anthology). One of her poems, ”Sucker”, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. When she isn’t…
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For Immediate Release Contact: Maria Mazziotti Gillan (973) 684-6555 Date: November 16, 2011 The Poetry Center Recognizes Poets for Lifetime Service to Literature The Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College has announced that Grace Cavalieri, Stanley H. Barkan, James Haba, and Vivian Shipley are the recipients of the 2011 Paterson Literary Review Award for…
In Iowa in the 1950’s, when we at last heard about pizza, my mother decided to make one for us. She rolled out bread dough, put catsup on it, and baked it. Voila! Pizza! And inexpensive, too. Here’s Grace Cavalieri, a poet and playwright who lives in Maryland, serving something similar and undoubtedly better. Tomato…
Web site: http://www.heyclown.com Artist Statement: I write because poetry is the only way to express fully my experience with the world, so in that sense, I have to. It is something I have always remembered doing. Publications: MiPOesias, Whale Sound, Eclectica Magazine, The New Guard, Red River Review. Poem: blackberries slack day, but promise…
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Listen to mp3 Light Skinned’id Listen to mp3 Magic City Listen mp3 Welcome Centre Christian Campbell takes Aldeburgh first collection prize for poetry
Nominated by Bob Hicok “The Job interview” by Darcie Dennigan “Now That You’re A Part of It” by William Waltz Nominated by Didi Menendez “Love your son Lady” by Bo McGuire “The Calls” by William Stobb “The Art of Listening” by Kirk Curnutt “pain is not sorrow, I’ll outlive the flowers” by Coleen Shin
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ACTUARIAL Denise Duhamel died yesterday in a flotation tank after a brave battle with Candid Camera. A native of Word Associations, she was educated by emery boards, emollients, and sarsaparilla lawsuits. For twenty years, she was a Profiteer of Enjambment. A member of the Pointillism Society of Ammunition, she worked tirelessly to heighten awareness of pointillism…
CHRISTA McAULIFFE Christa McAuliffe died attempting to enter outer space. Christa McAuliffe may have had a drinking problem. Christa McAuliffe kept a small tong of metal under her left armpit. Christa McAuliffe had a birthmark under her tongue in the shape of one configuration of her back. Christa McAuliffe would have used the restroom 25,604…