Corvus Redux: Three poems published in issue Seven of Corvus Magazine


The editors at Corvus Magazine have again displayed their refinement by publishing not one, not two but three of my poems in their Seventh issue. I am amazed. They get it! All kidding aside, I am honored to again be published in Corvus, surrounded by great writing and art. Check out the issue and donate to Corvus, having been published now twice with them diminishes the sting of rejection inherent in trying to get writing out there.

The poems are: “impermanence,” “dream sandwich” and “dream job,” and are clustered together starting on page 56. “impermanence” is one of the visual poems I’ve been making. Its a cool manipulated image of the original hand-written poem with typed text superimposed over it.

Have a gander at Issue Seven and let me know what you think, I’m pleased to have my own little section in the issue. Now if only the other jerky publications out there would get a clue and publish my obviously brilliant musings . . .

Thanks Corvus editors EA Hopson & Rachael Bundock!



~ by 15wattLasVegas on May 2, 2013.

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