Rob Stuart was born in Cambridge, England, in 1972 and lives in Surrey with his partner and daughter. His poems and short stories have been published in magazines, newspapers and webzines all over the world including Ink Sweat and Tears, Light, M58, Magma, New Statesman, The Oldie, Otoliths, Popshot, The Spectator, Storgy and The Washington Post. He has also written the screenplays for several award-winning and internationally exhibited short films. His website can be found at www.robstuart.co.uk.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Pearl Button is drifting on the disturbed sea of her own mind. She's always been afloat, and has no real way off. Occasionally she'll land on an island, but the storm returns and she is thrown out to sea again. Her poems are a record of a life adrift. She has pieces in various journals, a serialized book on Tumblr called “13 Dark Moons” and one called This is not a love song to the dark out with Dancing Girl Press.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Friday, March 10, 2017
For ten years, the collaborative works of Diana Magallón and Jeff Crouch have appeared online, mostly recently at Word For/Word and at The Digital Humanities Conference in King's College, London. Diana Magallón and Jeff Crouch are collaborators on such works as largoscabellosflotantes, an asemic book, riot wrong, an art collection, and “lopez” and “Don Juan”, which are musical compilations.
Monday, March 6, 2017
Sacha Archer is a Canadian writer currently residing in Ontario. He was the recipient of the 2008 P.K. Page Irwin Prize for his poetry and visual art, and in 2010 he was chosen to participate in the Elise Partridge Mentor Program. His work has appeared in journals such as ditch poetry, filling Station, ACTA Victoriana, h&, illiterature, and NōD. He has work forthcoming in Experiment-O, and (parenthetical). His chapbook, Dishwashing Event, Part One: Tianjin, China was published by no press, while Dishwashing Event, Part Two: Ontario, Canada is forthcoming from Puddles of Sky Press.