“Blue & Yellow Dog”, issue 8

Number 8 Spring 2012 issue of Blue & Yellow Dog is out,

featuring poetry by Richard Kostelanetz, Dan Raphael, Tyson Bley, Andrew J. Stone, Charles Freeland, j/j hastain, Arkava Das, Troubadour Kaul, Felino A. Soriano, Susan Adams, J. D. Nelson, ric carfagna, Summer Qabazard, Daniel Shapiro, Christina Murphy, John Vieira, Michael Tugendhat, Channie Greenberg, Anna Corrigan, Beau Peregoy, Katie Berger, and Grace Andreacchi, with cover photo by Eleanor Bennett.

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Otoliths, issue #22

Issue twenty-two of Otoliths has gone live

As always, it presents the broad church of creativity the journal is renowned for, with new work from John Martone, Elisa Gabbert & Kathleen Rooney, Richard Kostelanetz, Philip Byron Oakes, Karen Neuberg, dan raphael, Márton Koppány, Martin Burke, Stephen Nelson, John M. Bennett, Morgan Harlow, Sheila E. Murphy, Anny Ballardini, Raymond Farr, Ray Scanlon, Marco Giovenale, Ryan Scott,Tom Beckett (interviewing Kirsten Kaschock), Kirsten Kaschock, Erica Eller, Jim Meirose, Howie Good, Enola Mirao, Jean Vengua (onDion Farquhar’s Feet First), Walter Ruhlmann, Jill Jones, David James Miller, Michael Caylo-Baradi, Catherine Vidler, Jillian Mukavetz, Zachary Scott Hamilton, Jill Chan, Glenn R. Frantz, Felino Soriano, Iain Britton, Mark Cobley, bruno neiva, Brenda Mann Hammack, Toby Fitch, Tony Rickaby, Grzegorz Wróblewski, Lisa Samuels, Kevin Opstedal, Gustave Morin, Rich Murphy, Laura Wetherington, Jeff Harrison, J. D. Nelson, Charles Freeland, Rosaire Appel, Ann Vickery, Isaac Linder, Bobbi Lurie, Sam Langer, Rose Hunter, Spencer Selby, Jason Lester, Michael Brandonisio, Bob Heman, Keith Higginbotham, Connor Stratman, & Marcia Arrieta.

Issue twenty-two Date of Publication August 1, 2011.
Individual pieces Copyright © 2011 by their respective creators

Editor: Mark Young

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