Angela Narciso Torres, whose poems “Sampaguita” and “Things I Learned from My Sons While Driving Them Home from School” appear in Another & Another, has more poems drafted during the Grind headed out into the world. This fall, Colorado Review will publish “Missing,” which was first authored during a Grind month. Other recent publications of Grind poems include Cimarron Review (“Ritual” – Spring/Summer 2011) and Cream City Review (“Entre Chien et Loup” – Fall 2011). Torres is a co-editor of RHINO.
Archive for September 2012
Poets, we’re announcing the 2013 Bull City Chapbook Fellowship at the Frost Place. You could win publication of a chapbook of poems, $250.00, a full fellowship to the 2013 Advanced Seminar at The Frost Place, and optional week living and writing at the Frost House museum in Franconia, NH.
The full fellowship to attend the five-and-a-half-day Advanced Seminar at The Frost Place (August 4 – 9, 2013) includes room and board (a cash value of approximately $1500.00) and a featured reading from the chapbook at the Seminar. As well, the fellow will have the option to spend one week to living and writing in the Frost House museum in September 2013 (peak leaf season in the White Mountains), at a time agreed upon by the fellow and The Frost Place.
The contest judge is Patrick Donnelly, author of The Charge and Nocturnes of the Brothel of Ruin, and director of the Advanced Seminar. Submission period will be Sept. 15, 2012 – Dec. 31, 2012; the application fee is $25.00.
Read more about the fellowship at our website, and spread the word!
Our summer issue has arrived, right at the end of summer, and longtime readers may think, “Hmm, something fishy is going on here!” To celebrate our sixth year in print, our friends at Flying Hand Studio have given Inch a brand new design.
Here’s what you’ll find inside:
Randall Brown – “Empty”
Patrick Swaney – “Consignment”
Heather Cousins – “October,” “Teeth”
Hannah Riddle – “The Beginning”
Emma Sovich – “Flying Fox”
Robert West – “A Blur”
Ready to get your mitts on a copy? Head this way. Copies are still only a buck.