Tag Archives: Caroline Crew




The Combustible Type

M Kitchell has a new chapbook, a reprint “bootleg”, and a downloadable zine out with Solar▲Luxuriance. Oh, and a pulsating book trailer.

Bad Questions for Good Writers, an audio interview with Marc McKee, author of Fuse.

Joseph Scapellato and Robert Kloss have contributed to the forthcoming UNSAID 6.

Richard Chiem has a collaborative ebook out with Magic Helicopter Press and a piece in the February elimae.

Caroline Crew proudly presents ILK issue 2 (Remember when we did that reading with ILK in London? Yeah, that was cool…). Also find Caroline inSpecter Magazineand elimae.

Pre-order Kat Dixon’s book of poems Temporary Yes as soon as physically possible. Read her in Thrush, too.

In case anyone missed it, Rebecca Elliott has an astounding website, Further Experiments. A laboratory of imagery, sound, and the science of smell.

Erin Fitzgerald is in >kill author 12.

This piece by  Jen Gann in NOÖ Journal is from last year, but it’s still mighty fine. So is this one by Melissa Goodrich.

Jen Besemer has a new e-chapbook out with White Knuckle Press.

ON THE ESCAPE is a new journal of poetry and film edited by Tyler Flynn Dorholt.

There’s a new item on our bookshelf: EXITS ARE, an ongoing e-book published in conjunction with Uncanny Valley, by Mike Meginnis and “many players.”

The Round-up

A veritable lovefest dedicated to our talented contributors.


Richard Chiem’s short is featured on Small Doggies. Also, more recently, find his words on Metazen. He is the editor of this literary journal which celebrated its first print issue last August.

Turn the virtual pages of Birding by Kat Dixon for FREE here, but also please consider buying the excellent chapbook– if you haven’t yet. Look for her new book of poems Temporary Yes on February 21st.

Listen to this recording of “The Earth is What Happens”, presented by Jen Besemer and Tim Armentrout at the 6th annual Chicago calling event, Long Now and Then, at Myopic Books. Jen also has a new video poem to share.

Caroline Crew has three poems up on >kill author 15 and two on the Killer Vinyl 4.

Confessions [of a Variety] by Trisha Low is available as an echapbook on Gauss PDF. Download it!

Find two poems by Rebecca Elliot on Diagram. Be them new or old, they’re still exceptional.

Remember to get your copy of How the Days of Love and Diptheria (Nephew/Mudluscious Press) by Robert Koss, it will hold you over until The Alligators of Abraham is released in 2012.

Mark your calendars: Colin Palombi’s band Velvetron has a gig at Chicago’s Nightingale Theater on Friday, Novemeber 4th.

Glen Shaheen’s book Predatory has gotten some stellar reviews. Check it out. And check out that beautiful cover art…

(Don’t worry all you other talented contribs, more features to come!)