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After a false start and big-time help from Rob MacEwan, the April (Poetry Month) issue of The Dead Mule is online.
Thank you, Rob.
Each April, the Mule presents the poet laureate of a southern state. This year we are featuring NC Poet Laureate Joseph Bathanti.
Also in this issue – in a feast for the poetic – are 27 other poets.
Enjoy. Enjoy. Enjoy.
Many thanks to Michael Lee Johnson, who has posted a new interview with me on Interviews Poets, Writers. Check it out.
While I was gone to visit my family in Joplin, MO,
I had two poems, “There’s “nothing new under the sun,” and Rail fanning,” published in Rusty Truck
I had a poetry reading in Joplin.
Popcorn and Poetry
4316 N. St Louis Avenue
Webb City, MO 64870
Friday, August 3, 2012 2:30 pm
Now we’re back. Do poets ever rest? 🙂
Poems from twelve poets, including two chapbooks and a NASCAR poem, have been added to The Dead Mule.
Rusty Wallace fans will want to read “NASCAR Poet” by Norvin Dickerson.
The March issue of The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature is now online with poems from thirteen poets: Gary Carter, Bud Caywood, Robert Klein Engler, Addy Robinson McColloch, D. S. Malone, Jenny Billings Beaver, Jessica Kirwan, Herbert Woodward Martin, Jim Valvis, Susan Nelson Myers, Norvin Dickerson, Alberto Arza , and J. B. Hogan.
Also online are two new essays.