The summer heat continues. Can you feel it? Can you feel my heat? Can you feel feel feel feel my heat?
LITnIMAGE drops the summer issue heat:
Lit heat: Canaries by Z.Z. Boone, How to Sing Lullabies to a Guerrilla by Matthew Dexter, Marcella's Act by Stephen D. Gutierrez, Never Shaken, Never Stirred by Robert Hinderliter, Like the Last One by Jessica Hollander, Waterfall by Len Kuntz, Father's Day by Sara Lippmann,Valencia by Keith Meatto, Friday Night Fights by Mary Pat Musick, A Quiet Snap by Kris Saknussemm,The Rose and the Watermelon by Benjamin Winship
Image heat: Michael Buscemi, Anna Quintanilla, B.L. Pawelek, Stephen E. Mead
Word Riot brings the heat:
Flash heat:The Beige Futon by Greg Gerke, Maternus by Michelle Reale, Check Engine by Mark Reep
Poetry heat: Midway Women’s Bowling League by James Benton, Arthritis by J.R.Bouchard, Two Poems by Russell Bradbury-Carlin, Neapolitan by Damian Caudill, Tickled by Amy Corbin, The Wife & I on Cough Drops by John Philip Johnson, Green monstrosity by Peycho Kanev, Desire Café Sutra by John Kuligowski, LET US COMPARE MYTHOLOGIES by Kirsty Logan, Asperatus by Adam Moorad, TEST-DRIVING DINDI by Kenneth Pobo, Noah, Pulling the Blankets Over His Head by Colin Pope, Two Poems from “Hallelujah Science” by Kelli Stevens Kane
...and lots more heat.
Matchbook also brings the heat with new work by the ubiquitous Greg Gerke. I also received my new postcard today from Matchbook. It was heat.
xTx's Zombie Summer continues to drop serious heat with new work from Shannon Peil.
Lastly, Aqueous Books dropped the heat recently by blasting the press kit for Grease Stains, Kismet, and Maternal Wisdom out into the world.
So, can you feel it? The heat? And if not mine, the heat in general?