Featuring news of publication and awards by individual contributors and presses featured in The Drunken Boat.
Charles Fishman (Associate Editor of The Drunken Boat) has a new poetry collection forthcoming in Spring 2001 from Rattapallax. He also has a group of poems forthcoming in Samsara Quarterly.
Jan Freeman (Spring 2000) has a new poetry collection forthcoming at the end of July from Paris Press.
Christine Hemp(Spring 2000) taught in London in March for the Crime Prevention Trust with white policemen and women and black youth offenders: poetry in the highest crime-rate borough of London. She gave a reading in Montolieu in the South of France at "Salon de la Manufacture" and in Montpelier at the English Bookshop. Her NPR piece/poem about the rocket launch just received a First Place Society for Professional Journalism Award. She just finished teaching for a week on Deer Isle, Maine: poetry with the whole of Stonington Elementary School.
Donald Platt (Spring 2000) has a poem included in Best American Poetry 2000, edited by Rita Dove, forthcoming in Fall, 2000.
Miriam Sagan (Spring 2000), Editor of Santa Fe Poetry Broadside has new work in L.A. Poetry Festival Spotlight on Santa Fe, a selection of New Mexican poets, guest-edited by Arthur Sze and Carol Moldaw.
Todd Sanders has a new poem in the new issue of A full feature on Todd's translations (see Spring 2000) and websites (see The Library and Online Center for Gidean Studies ) appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune
Rebecca Seiferle (Editor of The Drunken Boat) has a poem included in Best American Poetry 2000 forthcoming in Fall, 2000 and in The Extraordinary Tide: New Poetry by American Women, edited by Erin Belieu and Susan Aizenberg, forthcoming January, 2000, Columbia University Press. New poetry is forthcoming in Partisan Review, Prairie Schooner. New work is also included in L.A. Poetry Festival Spotlight on Santa Fe, a selection of New Mexican poets, guest-edited by Arthur Sze and Carol Moldaw. A selection of poetry is at Wise Women's Web.
Kota Journal has a new summer issue out. Visit their updated feature.
Switched-on Gutenberg has just published their new Cartography issue. Their current issue has a great review in Pif. Switched-on Gutenberg, an electronic Poetry Journal of the English-Speaking World, published under the auspices of the University of Washington, has a Call For Submissions.