Announcement + Call for Book Reviews and Essays

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Greetings Found Poetry Review followers —

We have two exciting pieces of news to share with you.

#1: We are transitioning The Found Poetry Review from a quarterly online journal to a print edition published twice a year. The first volume (Spring/Summer 2012) will be available toward the end of September and will be able to be ordered here on our website.

#2: As part of this transition, we are seeking to expand the journal with additional relevant content, including interviews, book reviews and essays.

We welcome submissions of book reviews and essays (500-1,000 words) related to found poetry through September 9, 2012. Before submitting, please send us an inquiry about your proposed book/topic and any related writing samples to help us get a feel of your style.

Inquiries and submissions may be sent to foundpoetryreview@gmail.com.

Here is a starting list of found poetry works to get you started:

  • Tom Phillips —  “A Humument”
  • Ronald Johnson —  “Radi Os”
  • Travis  McDonald –“The O Mission Repo”
  • Jen Bervin — “Nets”
  • Mary Ruefle — “A Little White Shadow”
  • Srikanth Reddy –“Voyager”
  • Susan Howe — “That This”
  • Janet Holmes — “The ms of my kin”
  • Matthea Harvey and Amy Jean Porter — “Of Lamb”
  • Austin Kleon — “Newspaper Blackout”
  • Annie Dillard — “Mornings Like This”

 

 

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