Les Wicks and Louie Crew
This is not really new news but I’ve just noticed that Les Wicks and Louie Crew have poetry featured in the latest issue of Otolith. Read Les Wicks’s “Rime” and Louie Crew’s three poems “Found in a Station of the Atlanta Subway”, “Nativity, #2” and “Poem My Husband Left on our Answering Machine at 3:30 a.m”. Squeeze yourself for me.
|| Les Wicks’s poetry was published in Issue #8 of Cha.
|| Louie Crew’s three poems were published in issue #7 of Cha.
Sumana Roy’s essay on eating flowers, entitled “Flowers You Can Chew”, is now published in Forbes India Magazine. A thing of beauty also offers food for the palate. Read the piece here.
Rumjhum Biswas‘s poem “Missive” is available in Helter Skelter. The poem was written in response to a picture of a telephone. What was time? Rumjhum gives you some ideas in the poem.
|| See Rumjhum Biswas’s Cha profile.
Matthew Wong can be read on the website of the course “Visual Ethnography: Critical & Creative Practices”, offered by the City University of Hong Kong.
|| Matthew Wong’s photography was published in Issue #15 of Cha and is forthcoming in the June 2012 issue of the journal.
W.F. Lantry‘s poem “Magic” is now available in String Poet. ‘She’ neither asked for small objects nor tried to fascinate. What did ‘she’ do?