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I love these VOLUBLE videos, Tarfia Fazullah is featured below; some Frost Place Chapbook winners are making news; Grind writers with poems out in the world; INCH contributors making a splash; and more this week. BULL PEN where each week we celebrate news about some of our BCP friends and family. –Noah Stetzer
Lisa Gluskin Stonestreet, winner of the 2014 Frost Place Chapbook Competition w THE GREENHOUSE, is featured at Sundress Publications Blog.
Jamaal May’s–contributor to ANOTHER AND ANOTHER: An Anthology from the Grind Daily Writing Series celebrating the first two years of the Grind–latest book The Big Book of Exit Strategies (Alice James Books) is reviewed by Dante di Stefano at the blog for Best American Poetry.
Jan Freeman, participant in the Grind Daily Writing Series, has work featured by Queen of Cups.
Glenn Shaheen, contributor to INCH 26, with his poems,”Over Ice” & “Pleasure Theory” included in the latest Waxing Literary Journal.
Carmen Maria Machado, contributor to INCH 20, with her essay, “The USS Awake and Dreaming” published at Van Winkle’s.
Congratulations to Vievee Francis, contributor to INCH 26, has been named a finalist for the Hurston/Wright Legacy Award.
Rebecca Hazelton’s, BCP editor, book Vow (Cleveland State University Poetry Center) is reviewed at Tinderbox Poetry Journal.
Anders Carlson-Wee, winner of the 2015 Frost Place Chapbook Competition w DYNAMITE, has poems from The Low Passions featured at Narrative Magazine.
Michelle Peñaloza, contributor to INCH 23, with “Former Possessions of the Spanish Empire or Why My Last Name is Peñazola” published at Vinyl Poetry & Prose.
Kenji Liu, participant in the Grind Daily Writing Series, with “Still pushing through us” & “The colonized are under constant revision” at Waxwing Literary Journal.
Tarfia Faizullah, participant in the Grind Daily Writing Series, with two poems featured at VOLUBLE.
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