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OCHO #24 featuring Twitter Poets: MiPOesias Print Companion (OCHO #24)

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Edited by Collin Kelley and Didi Menendez and featuring poets on Twitter.
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Published (first published May 27th 2009)
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Emma
Jun 07, 2009 Emma rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
another wholly original idea from the little press that could. one of the most delightfully non-wonkish contributor pages i've read in a long time. read it and buy it; pet it and make it yours.
Matthew Hittinger
Some really fine poems in here, from Ivy Alvarez's kick-off poem "What Vivien Leigh Dropped" with its enfolded rhymes to Nancy Devine's "Queen" sonnet homage to Freddy Mercury ("Mercury rises") to Saeeed Jones's "Daedalus, After Icarus" and those transformative last lines "We don't want wings. / We want to be fish now." to Christopher Hennessy's "Autopsy" where the precision of the words evokes the precision of the dissecting action, not to mention those wonderful full- and slant- rhymes done in ...more
Michelle
Jun 04, 2009 Michelle rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great idea-- a book of twitter poets! Excellent poems in here! Plus, the authors' twitter names are given! So read it and follow your favorite poet or poets!
Marie-Elizabeth
Jun 03, 2009 Marie-Elizabeth rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
There are terrific poets on Twitter!
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How This Issue Came Into Being 1 5 Jun 07, 2009 09:26AM  
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Collin Kelley is the author of the American Library Association-honored poetry collection Render (2013, Sibling Rivalry Press) and Better To Travel, which has just been reissued by Poetry Atlanta Press. Sibling Rivalry Press is also the publisher of his Venus Trilogy of novels Conquering Venus, Remain In Light (a finalist for the Townsend Prize for Fiction and Georgia Author of the Year Award for ...more
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