Friday, November 9, 2007

publication!

The DMQ Review is pleased to announce the release of the Autumn 2007 issue featuring the poetry of R.S. Armstrong, Michael Baker, Chris Crittenden, Andrew Demcak, Brent Goodman, Melissa Holm, Kim Mahler, Rodney Nelson, Larry Rapant, AMY BRACKEN SPARKS, Susan Varnot, Donna Vorreyer, Christine Walsh, and Cyril Wong with artwork by Bob Dornberg.

Check it out.

10 comments:

michael salinger said...

very nice Ms. Sparks.

although - the second piece (which I found delightful - and was my favorite of the two) does smack of narrative.

just sayin...

Erin O'Brien said...

I'll give you a smack of narrative, baby: I thought they kicked ass.

dixiedreams said...

Yea! The Dairy Queen Review is out! Congratulations, Miss Amy, who I never get to see!

Amy said...

Salinger: Yeah, I know, I know, narrative. Do as I SAY, don't do as I DO and all that...but thanks for the compliment. You too O'Brien, and we'll be raising a glass soon for you...And Dixie! Dairy Queen Review! Too funny.

dork said...

OK - so i have been messing around on myspace- you know- learning the latest vernacular so I can be hip and trendy. Here is my best "myspace" voice: ABS! Look at frrrrrriiikkkin yooooooo! U B a supasta!

jessica said...

Amy--I love them :) Are you going to be at AWP this year?

Amy said...

Dork, you're way ahead of me on that myspace "slang thang"...but I think it's a compliment? so thanks!

Jewell, In my usual blundering way I'm headed for AWP, yes. Will you be there???

dork said...

Amy- you bet it was a compliment. Just recently I have become fascinated with MySpace. My jaw drops when I am exposed to the postings and random acts of verbiage left behind on peoples pages. It is a whole new spin on "english". I highly recommend taking the time to set up a username and password.

Karen at Pen in Hand said...

Beautiful, both. (Nice artwork at the mag, too, I couldn't help but notice.) Krakatoa sky killed me. I like narrative in poetry - sorry!

jessica said...

I'm really hoping to be there. I'm going to try to stay with my cousin in Manhattan. This is, of course, if I haven't cracked up from the six classes I'm teaching next semester. But, right now I'm planning on it (AWP--not cracking up!) yay!