A few updates coming our way from our print poetry and culture mag Nothing. No One. Nowhere.:
Issue #5 will be available late in the Fall. Submissions are currently open. We are interested in doing an issue that is darker than usual, as it will be the season. I trust we’ll fill up quickly on this issue. We need poetry, fiction (short/flash/prose/etc.), b/w photography & art, music (independent preferred) reviews, poetry (independent) book/chapbooks reviews, and we’ll also consider anything else that falls outside of these– send an e-mail and inquire.
In other news. we will have the talents on board of one Sonnet Mondal as guest editor for our 6th installment of NNN. You may e-mail Sonnet directly ( email@example.com ) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For full guidelines, do visit the official Nothing. No One. Nowhere. website: http://www.nothingnoonenowhere.com
The Reckoning is a brand new audio disc recording from Virgogray Press. The recording is a first in a series of limited edition albums by Michael Aaron Casares. The Reckoning features 9 tracks of poetry from his book This Reality of Man and one poem, “Severance,” previously published in his New Polish Beat chapbook, Green Tea America.
01. The Understanding
02. Please, Not Today
04. 42 Feet
05. Quality of Life
06. Force of Hand
07. Obtusely Abstract
09. Corporation & State (Kill the Bank)
* from the chapbook, Green Tea America (New Polish Beat).
The newest issue of Nothing. No One. Nowhere. is out today, and is jam packed with some of the latest independent literature from writers around the world. NNN. No. 4 is a practically an international publication with several contributions coming form India, as well as, Australia, Japan, the U.K. and more. There is also reviews of collections by Peter Magliocco and Chris D’Errico, as well, as music reviews to taste! Here’s the roll call for Nothing. No One. Nowhere. No. 4
Dr. Mary Annie A.V.
David S. Pointer
Douglas G. Campbell
Sudama Chandra Panigrahi
An Interview with
Bill Shute, Publisher
at Kendra Steiner Editions
by Michael Aaron Casares
Ghost Dancers Leaping from a Tome by Peter Magliocco
Reviewed by Michael Aaron Casares
Vegas Implosions & The Exterminator Chronicles by Chris D’Errico
Reviewed by Michelle Gaddes
Castfat Shadows by Labasheeda
Death of the First Conscience by Inheirent