Muse-Pie Press announces the new online journal for Spoken Word Poetry -
Bent Ear Review
"Take" is a new publication written by Mel Kenne
"Eve Asks" is a new publication written by Christine Redman-Waldeyer
Muse-Pie Press, founded in the early 80s by R.G. Rader, has been known for the publication of award-winning poetry and poets and has developed a reputation for being open to all styles and genres of the poetic voice, including haiku, experimental work, spoken word poetry and confessionalist, narrative, academic, philosophical, formalist, or other contemporary styles and genres. If it is good poetry, with technical proficiency and emotional appeal, Muse-Pie takes it seriously.
Bram E. Gieben is a writer, performer, journalist and musician based in Glasgow, Scotland. He has been a performance poet since 2005, performing across Scotland, and as far away as Auckland, New Zealand and New York City.Listen ...
Laurice Gilbert lives in Wellington, New Zealand, with her husband of thirty years, and the youngest of four daughters. She spent most of her adult years as an audiologist in New Zealand's public health service. She joined the New Zealand Poetry Society's governing committee in 2002 ...
Jennifer Saunders is an Illinois native living in German-speaking Switzerland with her Swiss husband and their two Swiss-American sons.Read more ...
Shot Glass Journal
Muse-Pie Press announces the new online journal for short
poetry - Shot Glass Journal.
Have You Told a Fib Today?
Those readers of the fib feview who are familiar with Fibonacci poems will be excited about the poems published in the latest issue of the fib review.Read more ...
Bent Ear Review
Muse-Pie Press announces the new online journal for Spoken Word Poetry - Bent Ear Review
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