Posts Tagged ‘Slipstream’

CFS: Rust, Dust & Lust

Slipstream has announced the journal’s new theme!  From June 1, 2013 until next June, the editors will be looking for poems related to the theme, Rust Dust & Lust.  (Now, that is my kind of theme!) According to the website, creative interpretations are welcome.  Check Slipstream’s website for more information.

CFS: Cars, Bars & Stars

One of my favorite literary journals, Slipstream, has posted its latest call for submissions for the theme, “Cars, Bars & Stars”.  Check here for the guidelines.  Their last issue, with the theme “Sex, Food, and Death” is a great! (and check out the cover!)

CFS: Sex-Food-Death

One of my favorite literary journals, Slipstream, has opened its call for submissions for a theme issue on Sex-Food-Death. What a way to put a theme issue together!  Submissions of poems will be accepted until March 1, 2011.  Take a look at the guidelines found here.

Slipstream Release Party

I’ve been up to my knees in poetry and student papers (sometimes both), but I am going to wade out and attend the Slipstream Release Party this Saturday evening.  Here are the details:

On Saturday, September 19, 2009, there will be an annual party/reading in celebration of the release of Slipstream #29. The event will be held at the Book Corner, 1801 Main Street, Niagara Falls NY at 6:00 P.M.  The event is free and open to the public.  Click here for more details.  If you are in the area, stop by and say hi!

Slipstream & Other Notes

I got my contributor’s copy of Slipstream on Thursday and I haven’t had time to look at the contents.  But I’m sitting here on a rainy Saturday morning, skimming the pages, pleased to see that I am joined by spectacular poets Brent Goodman, Katie Cappello, Jim Daniels and Sean Thomas Dougherty. As always, the guys at Slipstream did a beautiful job, and I can’t wait to go to the release party in Buffalo in September.

I’ve been trying to gather up my work for the summer in order to revise.  I have been browsing the blogging world noticing that many poets have already dived in to the “Big Fall Submission” period.  Not me.  I will be lucky if I have 3 packets sent out in September. 

Still behind on my book reviews.  Sigh.  Don’t worry — if you sent me a review copy, a review you shall have!