Assaracus Issue 16: A Journal of Gay Poetry

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Assaracus Issue 16: A Journal of Gay Poetry

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Rating : 4.82 (729 Votes)
Asin : 1937420833
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 132 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-08-15
Language : English

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Five Stars Jack Pierson Loved it. Not a poetry sort of gut Mark C. I'm not a poetry guy and I got this out of curiosity.

Issue 16 of Assaracus: A Journal of Gay Poetry (ISSN: 2159-0478) features work by Glenn Phillips, Dustin Brookshire, Michael Walsh, Philip F. Santiago, Chuck Willman, Eric Nguyen, Ross Robbins, Walter Beck, Carlton Fisher, Vytautas Pliura, Danez Smith, Walt Whitman, and Joseph Harker. Edited by Bryan Borland and Seth Pennington of Sibling Rivalry Press.. Gilson, Christopher Hennessy, Collin Kelley, John Brooks, Adam McGee, Jean-Marie de la Trinité, Sam Sax, David Bergman, Korey Williams, Matthew Hittinger, Stephen S. Mills, Brent Calderwood, Roberto F. Clark, Guillermo Filice Castro, Robert Siek, Carl Miller Daniels, Joseph Ross, Eric Norris, Jeremy Brunger, Rob Jacques, Raymond Luczak, Russell Bungé, George Klawitter, D

As a poet, Bryan writes primarily narrative poems that create portraits of moments through words. Whether chronicling old friends and lovers in his "Book of" series ("Book of David," "Book of Cody," "Book of Dmitri," etc.) or inviting us into his family through poems like "Sons of Abraham" and "Supper," Bryan seeks to poetically etch tally marks into the walls of life; to, in essence, prove he's been here. . About the Author Bryan Borland is a Pushcart-nominated poet from Little Rock, Arkansas, and the owner of Sibling Rivalry Press, LLC, a young publishing house whose goal is to develop, promote, and market underground artistic talent those who don't quite fit into the mainstream

As a poet, Bryan writes primarily narrative poems that create portraits of moments through words. Whether chronicling old friends and lovers in his "Book of" series ("Book of David," "Book of Cody," "Book of Dmitri," etc.) or inviting us into his family through poems like "Sons of Abraham" and "Supper," Bryan seeks to poetically etch tally marks into the walls of life; to, in essence, prove he's been here. Bryan Borland

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