Blast Furnace Goes Online

For those of you with blue-collar roots, you may want to check out the first issue of Blast Furnace.  And hey, even if you don’t have blue-collar roots, you may want to read this issue anyways — there’s some great work published!

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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for the heads up. This is terrific. Also, makes me think of my dad’s Neville Island and great flood stories….

  2. Justin Evans Said:

    You might want to try and assign poems to specific locations. When I was putting together my first full length manuscript, I had a few similar poems (haibun) and I placed them as the 5th poem into the manuscript and the fifth poem before the end. I did that with several other poems, creating a skeleton frame. The rest of the poems fell into place.


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