Saturday, October 20, 2007

Salmon: A Journey in Poetry

Salmon: A Journey in Poetry 1981-2007 -- edited by editorial board member Jessie Lendennie -- celebrates 26 years of innovative and exciting Irish and international poetry. The organization of the volume is simple: two poems from the poet’s Salmon collection (or collections) and one uncollected poem. Detailed biographical notes for each poet and a complete bilbiography of Salmon's publications, are also included.
Look for a review by poet Deborah Fries in's upcoming issue.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Anthology on Global Warming Seeks Submissions

anthology on global warming seeks creative works

Facing the Change: Grassroots Encounters with Global Warming will be acompletely new kind of book about global climate change. Instead of expertstalking at you, this planned anthology will feature personal responses toglobal warming---what everyday people are feeling and thinking as well aswhat they are doing. Stories, essays, and poetry are welcome, from writersand concerned citizens from all walks of life and all ages.

Go to for more information and submission instructions (including a printable version of the full Invitation to Submit). The world needs your insight, strength, and compassion, says anthology editor Steven Pavlos Holmes, Independent Scholar in the Environmental Humanities, Boston, Massachusetts.

Tuesday, October 16, 2007 Blog Chosen as a "Top 100 Architecture Blog"

We're delighted to report that International Listings Blog has included the Blog in its just-released "Top 100 Architecture Blogs" list.

View the full list at

Of course, that makes us feel a bit guilty that we don't update this blog as often as we should. Ah, shame is always good incentive....

Sunday, October 07, 2007 Editor Interviewed by MiPOesias Magazine

Simmons B. Buntin, the editor of, was recently interviewed for MiPOesias's Men of the Web Wide Poetry World blog. An excerpt:

7) Where do you see your publication/editing in 5 years?

In five years should just about be on Issue No. 30. I envision more interactive features--Flash-based poems and video essays, for example, and article/essay commenting from readers. We're also considering online chapbooks and annual contests. The web is moving to handheld devices, so a "mobile" version of seems in order.

What I hope you won't (continue to) see is advertising.

Read the full interview at: