Poetic conversations between Wyatt Earp & Doc Holliday
“The Gunfighter Elegies by Todd Moore is pure genius. Haunting, visceral, with metaphysical irony, all kinds of gunfighter juxtaposition, Doc and Wyatt fleshed out, it reads like a mini-novel, a mini-movie. It is a marvelous art object as well as a fantastic book of poems. The size, shape and binding are perfect for the layout of the poems. Absolutely perfect!” — Tony Moffeit
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“The truth of every day experiences and events told by the right poet becomes soulful extraordinary. Michael Hathaway’s chapbook contains poems, stories, essays and even letters to editor to literally touch the reader as literally as any one of his myriad cats. A beautiful experience!” – Rochelle Lynn Holt
“What a delight to read a poetry book that’s for the masses but filled with quality, contemporary poems that speak to all of us … Everything McClanahan advises in Private Writing as Telling Truth, Writing With and From Your Many Selves and Quality of Heart-to-Heart Writing are apparent in Hathaway’s collection.” – Rochelle Lynn Holt
“Hathaway is never one to trim life’s corners to make them more palatable and sanitized. He writes with a refreshing (sometimes brutal) honesty of lovers, sexual attraction, and of family and friends. A full risk-taking engagement with life is [his] central theme … He celebrates the lives and loves of all of us with a largeness of spirit readers of this book will be nourished by.” – Robert Peters
“This is one of those rare books of poetry that mark a radical breakthrough in voice, technical control and exploration of the self. Hathaway confronts his personal history with courage and quiet, precise articulation. This is a different Kansas from Dorothy’s, one in which the cyclones are social and psychological.” – Gerald Locklin
“These short works are lyrics, some confessional, others emerging as modern meditations. They are solid but lean. In an age where poems tend to inflate into epics, Hathaway’s poems are a welcome relief. As a poet, he focuses on image and the rhythmic value of his words. A holistic sincerity floods this work.” – Rane Arroyo
“I love how you sneak your sly wit in & the way you drop those eternal questions so quietly and about 3 poems later, they go off in your reader’s head like a well-laid time bomb. You are wicked and wonderful … [your poems] are dynamite in small packages.” – Virginia Love Long
Contributors include: Steve Abbott, Alessandra Bava, Robert Beveridge, Allison Blevins, Arthur D. Casciato, David Denny, Ken DiMaggio, David Lee Garrison, Max Heinegg, Michael Mark, Michael McInnis, Mark J. Mitchell, Wale Owoade, Pesach Rotem, Linda Stryker, Scott Wozniak, Catherine Zickgraf & D.G. Zorich
Featuring art by Mariam Shevardnadze. Design by Craig Ashby
Contributors include: Jen Ashburn, Prerna Bakshi, Barbara Daniels, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Tony Gloeggler, Torrin A. Greathouse, Jerry Judge, Gerald Locklin, Adrian C. Louis, Jennifer MacBain-Stephens, Brenda Najimian Magarity, Ann Menebroker, Sarah Frances Moran, JB Mulligan, Jenni O’Rourke, David Ishaya Osu, Lee Thorn, S.F. Wright, B.A. Varghese, Laura Lee Washburn, Charles Harper Webb, Richard Marx Weinraub, Sheila Wellehan
Featuring art by Alexis Rhone Fancher. Design by Craig Ashby
Contributors include: Olajide Ajise Vincent, Jiro Ban, Lorcán Black, Michael Chin, Victor Clevenger, Lenny DellaRocca, Timothy B. Dodd, Alejandro Escudé, Robert Fillman, Jeff Grimshaw, Alan Harawitz, Joseph Horgan, Seth Jani, Gerald Locklin, Richard Lutman, Danilo Maldonado Machado, Karen Mandell, Lester Melton, Maren O. Mitchell, Barbara Nightingale, Rachel Nix, Suzanne O’Connell, Mia L. Parviainen, Marjorie Power, Russell Rowland, Nicole Reese, Jeri Thompson
Featuring art by Jiro Ban. Design by Craig Ashby
Contributors include: Joan E. Bauer, William Conelly, Harry Calhoun, Sean Casey, John Dorsey, Sean Padraic McCarthy, Mike Faran, Laura Foley, William Godbey, Richard D. Houff, Ted Jonathan, John Kaniecki, Richard Neault, Stephen Kampa, Steve Klepetar, Curt Last, Tamara Madison, Hal O’Leary, Charles Rammelkamp, John L. Stanizzi, John Trudell, Phil Weidman, Kelley Jean White and Pam Ward.
Featuring art by Freddy Ortiz and Bob Doran. Design by Craig Ashby
Part 3 of the Chiron war series featuring an essay and poems by Thich Nhat Hanh, with an introduction by Anthony Lucero.
Contributors include: Tobi Alfier, Jeffrey Alfier, Rafael F.J. Alvarado, Ronald Baatz, Eugene Dubnov, Bonnie Jill Emanuel, Jack Grapes, Tony Gloeggler, Robin Dawn Hudechek, Lori Jakiela, Ruth Moon Kempher, Maria Nazos, Kurt Nimmo, Dave Newman, Simon Perchik, Tony Press, Tad Richards, Michael Dwayne Smith, Belinda Subraman, Tara Tatum, Mehrnoosh Torbatnejad, Charles Harper Webb, Tara Isabel Zambrano.
Featuring photographs by Snjezana Josipovic and Craig Ashby. Design by Craig Ashby
The Brautigan Issue. Unpublished prose by Richard Brautigan, with an introduction by Ianthe Brautigan.
Anthony Lucero interviews Lt. Col. Jason Amerine, United States Army Special Forces.
Contributors include: Lynne Bronstein, John Yu Branscum, Chaim ben Avram, Joan Colby, Ianthe Brautigan, Richard Brautigan, Lucia Cherciu, Chelsea Cefalu, Robert G. Cowser, Nausheen Eusuf, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Mike Faran, Melissa Grunow, Ellaraine Lockie, Emily Livingstone, Curt Last, David Lawrence, Raymond Luczak, Leslie Anne Mcilroy, Marge Piercy, Christine Swanberg, Jared Smith, Jade T. Woodridge, Lenore Paula Weiss
Featuring art by Jun Arakawa, including stills from the film Here Is Something Beautiful (etc.. Design by Craig Ashby.
Anthony Lucero interviews Avner Gvaryahu of Breaking the Silence.
Contributors include: Wendy Cha, Sean Casey, Rob Cook, CH Cummings, Derek Updegraff, Brian Daly, Alexis Garcia, J. Todd Hawkins, Meg Johnson, Boris Kokotov, Jennifer Martelli, Al Ortolani, Iwona Partyka, Benjamin Norman Pierce, Ashley Ruelas-Ruiz, Dan Sicoli, Anthony Seidman, Amir Adam Tarsha, Sheila Thorne & D.D. Wood.
Featuring photographs by Breaking the Silence and ActiveStills.
Contributors include: Terri Anastasi, Jeremy Brunger, Gabriella M. Belfiglio, Maura Gage Cavell, Cortney Lamar Charleston, Sarah M. Daugherty, Eugene Dubnov, Mike Faran, George Freek, Tony Gloeggler, Phillip Larrea, Adam Matcho, Sean O’Brien, Kenneth Pobo, M.P. Powers, Myra Pearson, Cathy Porter, Victoria Elizabeth Ruwi, C.L. Swinney & Maryfrances Wagner.
Featuring art by Lady Orlando. Ebook features a broadside by Sherman Alexie & Lesley Cartwright.
Contributors include: Antler, Bryan Borland, Ronald Baatz, Robert Cooperman, Joan Colby, Robert Cowser, John Dorsey, Alexis Rhone Fancher, Brian C. Felder, John A. Grochalski, Philip Hammial, Karl Koweski, Michael Kriesel, Curt Last, Tamara Madison, John Macker, Gene Mahoney, Roger Netzer, Harry E. Northup, Sheryl L. Nelms, Marge Piercy, Mather Schneider, Jared Smith, Christine Swanberg, Judith Saunders, Joannie Stangeland, David J. Thompson, Richard Vargas, Aleksandra Waliszewska, Phil Weidman, Barrett Warner, Michael Xavier
Featuring art by Aleksandra Waliszewska. Ebook features a broadside by Anthony Lucero / Aleksandra Waliszewska.
Chiron Review returns in a 6×9, perfect bound, softcover format. Issue #97 features frequent Chiron contributors from the last 30 years.
Contributors include: Edward Field, C.S. Fuqua, Eckhard Gerdes, Donna Hilbert, Kyle Laws, Lyn Lifshin, Gerald Locklin, Denise Low, Catfish McDaris, Ed Ochester, Holly Prado, Charles Rammelkamp, Linda Rocheleau, Joan Jobe Smith, Charles Harper Webb, Phil Weidman, Michael Xavier and Rafael Zepeda.
Featuring photographs by Cari Ann Wayman. Ebook features a broadside by Anthony Lucero / Razvan Pleteriu.