Susan Lynch’s poem “A Bit, a Muzzle, a Perplexity,” was published in Rawboned‘s debut issue. Read Susan’s poem here: http://rawboned.org/about/issue-1/a-bit-a-muzzle-a-perplexity/
Congratulations on the recent publication, Susan!
Susan Lynch’s poem, “A Brief Explanation of the Fourth Dimension,” will be published in Bombay Gin, the journal of Naropa University’s Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poets, next June.
Susan Lynch is (among many other things) an Associate Editor at The Conium Review. Congrats on the upcoming publication, Susan!
Congratulations to our Associate Editor, Susan Lynch. She is October’s neo:anthology poet. You can find a poem, interview, an audio file, and links to Susan’s other projects: http://www.neoartists.co.uk/blog/?page_id=9271
On the Spectrum of Possible Deaths
Written by Lucia Perillo
Copper Canyon Press, 2012
In forms exact, iambic here, indented there, slant rhymed, eye rhymed, she interrupts classical proportions with a perfectly placed ‘huh, you know’ and a ‘doesn’t that feel a little ostentatious?’ Only Perillo could have written “Freak-Out” – a three-pager in sectioned couplets, and trump the hefty line ‘what passes through the distillery of anguish…’ with ‘not the monster potion but the H Two…oh, forget it…’ She can wax lyrical with the best of the best, then suddenly grab you by the lapels and get in your face. Or in her own face.
This is a book to own, to touch, to treasure, to marvel at, to peek under the dust cover and appreciate how the juxtaposition of the cover art (Giotto’sThe Last Judgement), the plain brown woven hard cover and the red end papers accurately mirrors the virtuosic braiding of Lucia Perillo. A poet who knows her raddle
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