‘Flesh’ – Paul Stubbs

Flesh
Paul Stubbs
introduction by Ingrid Soren
Black Herald Press, 20 May 2013
130×170 – 54 pages – 10 € / £ 8.50 / $13
ISBN  978-2-919582-05-1

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‘Stubbs is no slave to conditioning or convention: inventor as well as seer, and ignoring regulation, he stands far off looking over time and space from the perspective of an unimagined cosmology, his mastery evident as he remaps our little created world, its ideas and its faiths, with hallmark imagery.’—Ingrid Soren

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An evening of poetry with Rufus books

This poetry reading will be featuring Michael L. Rattigan, Gill Gregory, Will Stone and Matthew Francis at the Senate House Library, London, on 30 May 2013.

http://www.rufusbookspublishing.ca/

rufus books reading

The 37th issue of The Bitter Oleander

The 37th issue of The Bitter Oleander (Volume 19, Number 1, Spring 2013) features a poem by Paul Stubbs, ‘The Ascetic Attempts to Speak’ (this poem is part of his forthcoming third collection, The End of the Trial of Man, to be published by Arc Publications in the UK).

This issue also features the work of the Faroese poet and artist Tóroddur Poulsen (translated, introduced by Randi Ward), translations from the poetry of Karl Krolow (Germany) by Stuart Friebert, Lorenzo Calogero (Italy) by John Taylor, Ernst Halter (Switzerland) by Marc Vincenz, Eugenia Toledo (Chile) by Susan Sosa and Anne Greeott, Sara Uribe (Mexico) by Toshiya Kamei, Carmen Váscones (Ecuador) by Alexis Levitin and Yang Chian (China) by Ye Chun and Gillian Parrish. Original poetry by Alan Britt, Rob Cook, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Rich Ives, Shannon Salter, Anthony Seidman, Patty Dickson Pieczka among others and new short fiction by Nicole Bell, John Robinson, Brandi Wells as well as the Mexican writer Donají Olmedo translated from the Spanish by Toshiya Kamei.

To read an interview with Paul B. Roth, editor of The Bitter Oleander:

http://www.thereviewreview.net/interviews/inside-bitter-oleander

To purchase a copy of the magazine:

 http://www.bitteroleander.com/issues.html

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