Boxcar Poetry Review celebrates its first anniversary in grand style — check it out here
In this issue:
Mary Crockett Hill
Emily Fragos’ Little Savage – reviewed by Scott Hightower
Interviews & Conversations
The Lyric Leap: Conversation between Thomas Heise and Jason Schneiderman
Also check out the About page for a sneak preview of the 2006 anthology’s cover.
Great poems. Great prose. Great photography.
Happy birthday Boxcar Poetry Review!
The first issue of 2007 is up! Check out latest great poetry, reviews, interviews, and photography.
Read it here.
Featuring work from the following:
Lana Hechtman Ayers
Ann Wood Fuller
Erin Elizabeth Smith
Michael Catherwood’s Dare ~ reviewed by Jason Kahler
Patrick Donnelly’s The Charge ~ reviewed by Tara Gorvine
Conversation Between First Book Poets: Alexander Long and Kate Northrop (Part 2/2)
Congratulations to both Patrick Rosal and Stephen Powers whose poems were selected by Paul Guest for inclusion in the 2006 Best of the Net Anthology! Boxcar poets did well overall, with Patricia Bostian’s “Winter Solstice” and Rob Baum’s “Fields of Peace” both placing as finalists. You can read the anthology online here
Selected for the Anthology
Stephen Powers – “Sunday After” (Mar 2006)
Patrick Rosal – “The Blue Room” (May 2006)
Rob Baum – “Fields of Peace” (May 2006)
Patricia Bostian – “Winter Solstice” (Mar 2006)
New issue of Boxcar Poetry Review is up
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George David Clark
Ann Wood Fuller
First Book Poets in Conversation: Alexander Long and Kate Northrop (Part 1/2)
Kathryn Maris’ Book of Jobs ~ reviewed by Greg Santos
Congratulations to Michael Catherwood! He just wrote and let us know that his first book “Dare” has been published and is now available through Backwaters Press.
You can read more about it on the Backwaters Press site here.
Just a quick report for those curious about web statistics for the most recent issue of Boxcar Poetry Review
For the month of July
Page Loads: 1108
Unique Visitors: 821
Return Visits: 190
Now that’s impressive for a third issue!
With Issue 3’s arrival, Boxcar Poetry Review has added a blog to post news and announcements between issues, as well as to keep you posted of the launch of new issues. You can also post your comments and responses directly to each post.
Stay tuned for more.