2009: The Broadsider, Volume
1, Series 1-30.
About the Poets
Series 1-4. "Sinatra, Sinatra"
Paul Fericano awarded his own poem,
Sinatra, Sinatra, the infamous Howitzer Prize of 1980, a successful
literary hoax instigated and exposed by the author that revealed the
absurdity of competitive writing awards.
Series 5. "Leaving the Yellow House
in Mandan, North Dakota"
Angelica Jochim lives in Santa Barbara,
California. A first chapbook of her poetry, tentatively titled Field
Guide, will be published in the Spring of 2010 by Poor Souls Press. www.spiritrock.org
Series 6. "There Are Many Mornings When
I See Him"
Cielle Tewksbury lives in Brattleboro,
Vermont. Her book, Healing Gifts:Qi Gong in Breast Cancer Recovery
(with Margaret Randolph) was published in September, 2009 by Idyll Arbor,
Series 7. "Sighting"
Klipschutz (aka Kurt Lipschutz) lives
in San Franicsco, California. He is the author of Twilight of the
Male Ego published in 2002 by Tsunami Inc., and the editor
of All Roads...But This One from Luddite Kingdom Press (2007). www.all-roads.com
Series 8. "Bodhisattva"
Dan Gerber lives in Santa Ynez, California.
His most recent books of poetry are A Primer on Parallel Lives,
published in 2007 by Copper Canyon Press, and Trying to Catch the
Horses from Michigan State University Press. (2001). www.coppercanyonpress.org
Series 9. "Series 4"
Ann Menebroker lives in Sacramento,
California. Her latest collection of poems is Tiny Teeth: The Wormwood
Review Poems, published by R.L. Crow Press in 2004.
Series 10. "You Know It's Love"
Barry Spacks lives in Santa Barbara,
California. His recent books of poetry include, Food for the Journey,
from Cherry Grove Collections, 2008, and The Hope of the Air,
published by Michigan State University Press, 2004. www.barryspacks.net
Series 11. "Sleeping With You"
Ellen Bass lives in Santa Cruz, California. Her most recent book of poems
is The Human Line, published by Copper Canyon Press in 2007. www.ellenbass.com
Series 12. "For Kell Robertson"
A.D. Winans lives in San Francisco,
California. His recent books of poetry include No Room For Buddha
(Palomar Grove Press), and Billie Holiday, Me, And The Blues (Erbacce
Press, England), both published in 2009. www.adwinans.mysite.com
Series 13. "I Have Left You An Empty
Joyce Odam lives in Sacramento, California.
Her latest poetry books, published by Rattlesnake Press in 2009, are Peripherals:
Prose Poems, and Noir Love.
Series 14. "Tailspin"
Edward Field lives in New York City.
His latest and greatest book of poems is his collection, After the
Fall: Poems Old and New from University of Pittsburgh Press (2007). www.edwardfield.com
Series 15. "Looking At Some Flowers"
Robert Bly lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
His most recent book of poems is My
Sentence Was a Thousand Years of Joy publishd by Harper Collins
Joyce La Mers
Series 16. "Solo"
Joyce La Mers lives in Oxnard, California.
Her recent books of poetry include Light Lunch
(2008) and Uncertain Slants of Light (2009), both from Paradigm
Series 17. "Jim Morrison Visits Disneyland"
B.L. Kennedy lives in Sacramento, California.
His most recent book of poems is Neurosonnets, published by Polymer
Series 18. "April In Hollwood"
Wanda Coleman lives in Marina Del Rey,
California. Her recent books of poetry include Wanda Coleman--Greatest
Hits: 1966-2003 from Pudding House Publications, and Ostinato
Vamps, published by Pitt Poetry Series, 2003-2004.
Series 19. "For Dad At 73"
Hugh Fox lives in Lansing, Michigan.
His most recent books of poetry are his Brazilian poems, Finalmente
/ Finally from Solo Press (2007) and Nunca Mais / Never Again
from Cornerstone Press (2008). www.solopress.org
Series 20. "teddy"
leah angstman lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Her recent books of poetry include Some Misplaced Joan of Arc (2009)
and An Alien Here both from Propaganda Press. www.alt-current.com
Series 21. "Homage to Roy Orbison"
Irene McKinney lives in Bellington,
West Virginia. Her most recent book of poems is Vivid Companion
from Vandalia Press (2004). www.wvupressonline.com
Series 22. "Phone Booth"
Carol DeCanio lives in Santa Barbara,
California. Her broadside, Shelter, and accordion book, Giants,
was published by Lettre Sauvage in 2008.
Series 23. "Not Yet, Picasso"
Roger Langton lives in Louisville,
Colorado. His books of poetry include Not Yet, Picasso,
published by Red Cedar Press (1992) and If I Don't Find Pleasure
I Will Die from Scarecrow Books (1977). ikcp.killi.org
Series 24. "One of the Many Who Are
Helping to Pay for the MGM Grand Hotel"
Gerald Locklin lives in Long Beach,
California. His recent books include Gerald Locklin: New and Selected
Poems, and The Cezanne/Pissarro Poems, both from World Parade
Books (2008). www.geraldlocklin.com
Series 25. "Nuns Go Down On Their
Knees On Stone; Mothers Lament; Priests Intone"
Laurel Speer lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Her most recent books of poetry include Three
O'Clock in the Mottled Afternoon and Ali's Mouthpiece
both published in 2009.
by Laurel Speer
Series 26. "Happy Ending"
Ron Koertge lives in South Pasadena,
California. His latest book of poems is And Through the Woods
from World Parade books (2008). www.worldparadebooks.com/poetry.htm
Series 27. "Sun Poem"
Lyn Lifshin lives in Vienna, Virginia.
Her most recent books of poetry include 92 Rapple from Coatlism
Press (2008) and Persephone published by Red Hen Press (2008). www.lynlifshin.com
Series 28. "Things To Do Today"
Penelope Rosemont lives in Chicago,
Illinois. She is the author of Beware of the Ice and other poems
(Surrealist Editions) 1992, and the editor of Surrealist Women: An
International Anthology (University of Texas) 1998.
Series 29. "Fishing With My Father"
Perie Longo lives in Santa Barbara,
California. Her recent books of poetry include With Nothing
Behind But Sky: a journey through grief from Artamo Press
The Privacy of Wind published
by John Daniel & Company (1997).
Series 30. "I'm Dying"
Ligi (aka Gary Ligi; Elio Ligi) lives
in Banks, Orgeon. His books of poetry include Disturbances from
Ahsahta Press (1990) and Some Accident Between the Grass and My Feet
published by Leatherfoot Press (1977). www.drfaustrollwritesthewrongs.com