{ some notes }

so, some notes:

I am behind on everything. one person endeavors for which perhaps I am not always the right person. on that note, sans grace, volume fifth of {isacoustic*} will be printed later this month, as opposed to last.  any submissions accepted from this point will be included in volume sixth.

I love you all. those here, those coming, those waiting.

some news, in regards to others:

i.

check out former contributor Asante Keron Hamid’s guest editing of Glass Poetry’s Poets Resist series, here:

http://www.glass-poetry.com/poets-resist/archives.html

you can read Asante Keron Hamid’s work on {isacoustic*} here:

https://isacoustic.com/2018/04/09/person-asante-keron-hamid-three-poems/

ii.

check out former contributor Natasha Kochicheril Moni’s new publication, A Nation (Imagined), here:

http://www.floatingbridgepress.org/product/a-nation-imagined/

you can read Natasha Kochicheril Moni’s work on {isacoustic*} here:

https://isacoustic.com/2018/08/09/person-natasha-kochicheril-moni-five-poems/

iii.

Poet Camonghne Felix has a new book, Build Yourself a Boat, here:

https://www.amazon.com/Build-Yourself-Boat-Felix-Camonghne/dp/1608466116/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1540827094&sr=8-1&keywords=camonghne+felix&fbclid=IwAR1jPPIoZbVDYMXTnaaVuf046eCPZUHd__D1RUj3FyU_PzC3MoYIdib1EBM

I had, and still have, some words for the previous work, here:

on Yolk by Camonghne Felix:
https://isacoustic.com/2018/04/19/yolk-poems-camonghne-felix/

{the head, the gut, our slight, editors}

i.

On April 21st, former contributor Darren C. Demaree will be reading poems at the Ohio launch of his book Two Towns Over.  please check out the event, here:

https://www.facebook.com/events/156764991803796/

my review of the work:

https://isacoustic.wordpress.com/2018/02/12/two-towns-over-poems-darren-c-demaree/

ii.

a slight change to submission guidelines:

if rejected, wait a month before submitting again.

*resubmitting is not advisable if one is doing so to lecture us on what is a fit for our site. that is not resubmitting, that is bullying.

iii.

here are two things we found / were summoning:

Johannes Göransson at The Keats Letters Project:
http://keatslettersproject.com/correspondence/to-jh-reynolds/

Rachel McKibbens at underbelly:
https://www.underbellymag.com/spotlight