Making an appearance in another generous Midwestern harbor. Here’s how they describe their approach: “We want everybody to get weird and enlightened and learn and fall in love and have superpowers. We want to surprise and delight and horrify and provoke. Storm Cellar is not a distraction but a cure for boredom.” Check them out.
I want to say thanks and happy 20th anniversary to Northern Michigan’s Dunes Review. I’m proud to be included.
Thanks to Jeanne Wagner at California Quarterly for including two of my poems in the latest issue:
Two new poems in the latest Chariton Review from Truman State University. Many thanks to Barbara Smith-Mandell (and Harry Truman).
COG magazIne from Cogswell Polytechnical College in San Jose is a remarkably designed multimedia extravaganza. Readings, writings, videos. And Lemony Snicket. Very big thanks to Soma Mei-Sheng Frazier and the hard-working cogs for including three of my poems in Issue 3.
Looking over the Spring/Summer issue of the resurrected lit magazine december, a thing of beauty. Founded in 1958, it’s featured a lot of big names (like Raymond Carver, Donald Barthelme, and Philip Levine) and a steady diet of good reading. Congratulations and thanks to Gianna Jacobson and company for bringing this fine magazine back.
Oh yeah, I have two new poems in there.
So proud to be in ZYZZYVA again, a fantastic San Francisco magazine: “The one journal I read cover to cover as soon as it arrives,” as Junot Diaz says. My poem “Daylight Saving” is in there, right next to a Ron Carlson story.
Stories don’t get any better than these. Maybe his oil geologist background has something to do with the way so much lies under a deceptively calm surface.
Rick Bass is an American writer and an environmental activist.
Source: For A Little While