It's just poetry, it won't bite

Made w. 100% Impact Concrete

07.27.11 Posted in today's words by

Steven Minchin is a 36-year-old student of information design and creative studies-writing at Sage College of Albany. He has also studied at the Museum of Modern Art. Steven’s work has appeared or is forthcoming at My Favorite Bullet, Kerouac’s Dog Magazine, mad swirl, Other, Fashion for Collapse, andHeavy Hands Ink.  Made w. 100% Impact ConcentrateBy Steven […]


A Sick Heart

07.26.11 Posted in today's words by

Babatunde Lamidi is 22 years old. He is a writer, teacher, and computer engineer in Nigeria, where he is also pursuing coursework at the University of Ilorin. He was introduced to poetry by his teacher Jekwu Anyaegbuna (Crystal Voice, Contributor Series 9: If Men Had Ears). This is Babatunde’s first published poem. A Sick HeartBy […]


Debunking Urban Legends

07.25.11 Posted in today's words by

Larry Blazek’s most recent poem to appear here was Dreams of Ramona, published in February 2010 as part of Contributor Series 4: Aspects of the Elephant. This is a classic Larry Blazek poem. Isn’t it funny? Debunking Urban LegendsBy Larry Blazek Sang three DoorsSongs in a rowDid not becomeJim Morrison


Undone

07.25.11 Posted in today's words by

Rob Krabbe’s poem Sometimes the rain appeared here in June 2011. Rob originally submitted this with an image and it worked really well! But we decided to publish it by itself and let the readers imagine their own images. The hope, of course, is that this will inspire more writing or more art work or […]


So Far Away

07.24.11 Posted in today's words by

Nate Spears’ most recent poem to appear here was Sleep, published in June as part of Contributor Series 9: If Men Had Ears. You might not have heard the news: Nate’s second poetry collection is due to be released this December via unbound CONTENT! Woo hoo! So Far Away By Nate Spears So far away, […]