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The 2010 Great Poetry Exchange (our 9th annual) begins tomorrow night
at midnight. Watch for the special announcement in your e-boxes with
all the details and/or click on "Great Poetry Exchange" from the main
PSH Menu starting on February 1st. (Tomorrow night at midnight
� PSH LIVE OPEN READING NEXT SUNDAY!
Tune in, call in, read in...(okay that may have been one too many
"ins" but the point is that the next PSH Live open reading is next,
Sunday, February 7 at 2:00 pm (pacific). You're invited to tune in to
hear the reading as well as call in and read your poetry during the
live show. Click on PSH LIVE from the main PSH Menu for the details.
THE POETRY SUPER HIGHWAY WEEKLY VIRTUAL UPDATE
Issue # 643 - ISSN: 1523-6587
February 1 - 7, 2010
~ This week featuring poets from ELLIOT LAKE, ONTARIO, CANADA and
~ 2 new poetry and writing links added this week.
~ EMPTY SHOES: POEMS ON THE HUNGRY AND THE HOMELESS edited by PATRICK
T. RANDOLPH featured this week in the PSH Bookstore. All profits
from the sale of this book go to programs helping the hungry and
~ PSH LIVE Schedule: Next Reading Feb 7, 2pm (pacific) - Next Week!
~ Poetry / Writing related Classified Ads.
POETS OF THE WEEK
~ This week's featured poets are: RYAN QUINN FLANAGAN and STEPHEN MEAD
RYAN QUINN FLANAGAN (Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada,) is a transient by
nature. He is the author of three books of poetry and a chapbook
entitled Epicurus Cunnilingus. His work has recently appeared in The
New York Quarterly, Vallum, Poetry Super Highway, Quills, and The
STEPHEN MEAD (Albany, New York) is a published artist, writer and
maker of short collage-films. Please feel free to put his name in any
search engine for links to his art, writing and merchandise.
Click on "POETS OF THE WEEK" from the main PSH menu to read their
NEW POETRY SUPER HIGHWAY LINKS
Here are all of the new sites added to the Poetry Super Highway's
poetry and writing links sections.
You can find the actual links on the PSH website in the 3 poetry links
categories. Click on "Add Your Link Here" from the main PSH menu to
add your poetry/writing website to our directory.
NEW INDIVIDUAL POETS PAGES LISTINGS THIS WEEK:
~ ADAM J. POWELL AUTHOR, SPEAKER, POET
Adam Powell is an author, speaker, and poet. He is the author of
Phoenix Origins which has a spiritually inspiring quality. Also check
out his religious articles and booklets. Powell writes on a number of
religious topics such as Islam, Christianity, Polygamy, and Creation.
~ UNDULATIONS OF THOUGHTS
Own writing - poetry
POETRY SUPER HIGHWAY BOOKSTORE
Featured this week in the PSH Bookstore:
EMPTY SHOES: POEMS ON THE HUNGRY AND THE HOMELESS editd by
PATRICK T. RANDOLPH
151 poems about hunger and homelessness, from 80 poets, many with
direct experience, such as: Dori Appel, a Red Cross disaster
volunteer; Mary L. Downs, a volunteer at LEAVEN; Barbara Flaherty,
former treatment center supervisor; Nancy Gauquier, formerly homeless
in NY; Randall Horton, a Ph.D. candidate who advocates for the
homeless and prison reform, having been homeless and in prison;
Michele Leavitt, a teenage runaway in the 1970s, who later worked as
a public defender; John J. Quirk, a member of Chicago's Homeless
Action Committee; Nancy Scott, a social worker who helps find
housing; and Julian I. Taber, who treated homeless veterans in the
V.A. Also includes: Ellen Kort, Wisconsin's first Poet Laureate;
Linda Aschbrenner, publisher of the first 100 issues of Free Verse;
Pushcart nominees Sharmagne Leland-St. John and Ellaraine Lockie; and
Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets presidents Jeri McCormick and Lester
All profits go to programs helping the hungry and homeless.
Click here for more and to order:
~ If you are or were a featured poet of the week on the Poetry Super
Highway AND you have a book available through Amazon.com, please let
me know so we can feature your work in the Poetry Super Highway
Bookstore in a new section just for former featured poet's books.
Write books@PoetrySuperHighway.com with your name and the title of
UPCOMING POETRY SUPER HIGHWAY LIVE EVENTS
Our Live events are hosted through BlogTalk Radio and can be accessed
during the event by visiting http://blogtalkradio.com/psh and
clicking on the "Click to Listen" button.You can listen to the shows
through your web browser as well as call in and ask questions live
through by dialing (646) 716-7362 during the live broadcast.Can't or
don't want to call in? You can ask questions live during the show's
broadcast time by sending an instant message to RickPoet on AIM.If
you can't make the live time, you can also listen to any past show by
visiting http://blogtalkradio.com/psh and clicking on the show's
title. (As well as subscribe to all of our shows through iTunes or
any other software you use to listen to podcasts.
January 2010 Worldwide Open Reading - Next Week!
Sunday January 10, 2010
Our January 2010 Show featured poets from Newark, NJ, Eska, MN and
Portland Oregon, plus a lot of crazy talk about the weather.
February 2010 Worldwide Open Reading
Sunday February 7, 2010 ~ 2:00 pm (pacific)
Listen to and participate in our monthly open reading. Call in and
read your poetry. No content or style restrictions. Hosted by Poetry
Super Highway's Rick Lupert.
Recently Archived broadcasts:
December 2009 Worldwide Open Reading
Sunday December 6, 2009
Our December 2009 Show featured poets from Orange County, CA, Newark,
NJ, Sioux St. Marie, Canada, Columbus, OH, Columbia, SC, New South
Wales, Australia, Santa Monica, CA, Birmingham, AL and Saskatchewan,
Poetry Super Highway Live would love to host your reading, interview,
contest promotion or other poetry/writing related show. Please e-mail
your show idea to Rick@PoetrySuperHighway.com, and we'll take it from
AND SO ON . . .
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Poetry Super Highway web page and weekly e-mail outburst, send an
e-mail to: classifieds@PoetrySuperHighway.com
TOM HOWARD/JOHN H. REID SHORT STORY CONTEST - CLOSING NEXT MONTH
18th year. Ten cash prizes totaling $5,550. Top prize $3,000. Seeks
short stories, essays and other works of prose, up to 5,000 words.
Winning entries published online. Both published and unpublished work
accepted. Fee per entry is $15, payable to Winning Writers. Postmark
deadline: March 31. Judges: John H. Reid, Dee C. Konrad. Submit
online or mail to Winning Writers, Attn: Tom Howard Short Story
Contest, 351 Pleasant Street, PMB 222, Northampton, MA 01060. Winning
Writers is one of the "101 Best Websites for Writers" (Writer's
Digest, 2005-2009). More information:
Re)verb � Last Call for Submissions!
. . . and we�re breaking character and accepting email submissions.
We feel snail mail submissions lead to better quality writing, but
PLEASE, PROVE ME WRONG.
Email (firstname.lastname@example.org) your submission for Re)verb Issue 6 in the
body of an email. But please do me a favor, include everything you
would with a snail mail submission: name, postal address, a short
note to say hello (very important to me), a quick bio and 3 to 5 of
your BEST UNPUBLISHED poems. And please, pass along this info to
every good writer you know.
Close date for this issue is March 1st, so please mail out your subs
Cheers! Kevin, Editor, R)v Press
Available now for purchase at lulu.com, a new, contemporay poem-play:
Mammon: A Poem In Three Acts by John A. Mills
In this poem-play, four people come to terms with the reality of the
current economic crisis. Two are a working class couple trying to
make a family. The other two are financial workers living in the
flush of the recent economic boom. The poem-play unfolds as each
deals with the ubiquitous and universal greed manifested in today's
world. Their lives are shattered as the deep immorality of the
present global economic system grinds to a disaster. The play is in
rhymed iambic pentameter to raise readers above the current profane
and uncivil arguments of this day and encourage them to bear witness
to the brutal inhumanity of greed. Click here for more information
with preview... http://home.att.net/%7ejohn.a.mills/mammon/
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I AM MY OWN ORANGE COUNTY - 11TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION by RICK LUPERT
"Irreverent and yet somehow deeply empathic, many of the pieces
showcase Lupert's Prevert-like instinct for finding the profound in
- Brendan Constantine
Rick's second book, originally published in 1997 with all of the
original selected poems from artwork, introduction and orange-ness,
along with a newly written "Re-Introduction" and a "bonus material"
section featuring a selection of 29 additional (sometimes even MORE
sophomoric) poems from the I Am My Own Orange County 'era'.
A Poet's Haggadah: Passover Through the Eyes of Poets edited by Rick
36 Poets reinterpret the traditional themes and text of the Passover
Haggadah through their own unique lenses. Guaranteed to add something
different to your own seders and a great read! Edited by Los Angeles
Poet Rick Lupert (Creator of the Poetry Super Highway) Includes work
from Helen Bar-Lev, Lynne Bronstein, Salvatore Buttaci, Howard
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Engler, David Gershator, Leslie Halpern, Claudia Handler, Daniel Y.
Harris, Elizabeth Iannaci, Marc Jampole, Rachel Kann, Beth Kanter,
Peggy Landsman, Michael Levy, Jake Marmer, Ellyn Maybe, Heather
McNaugher, Daniel Olivas, Judith Pacht, Jaimes Palacio, Jonathan
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