Monday, January 05, 2009

The Liminal Poet

It's no secret that I have not been writing & publishing much poetry lately. However, I'm glad to announce that my poem "My Father's Hand" which has held a special place in my heart regardless of my poetic sensibilities has found a home. Darryl Salach, editor of The Toronto Quarterly has graciously agreed to publish it in the next issue. It's a print journal that has just been started up. This is what issue one looks like:



The first issue of The Toronto Quarterly is now available through lulu.com. Please click on the link to order a copy of The Toronto Quarterly Issue 1:
There is a great interview with Hollace Metzger in our first issue. She is a talented poet/photographer and painter who left the United States, moving to Paris to find her true self. Also in this issue are poets such as John Dorsey, A.D. Winans, Penn Kemp, Geraldine Green, Desi Dinardo, R.D. Armstrong, Melanie Pierluigi, Jim Johnstone and many more. There are also music and book reviews along with samplings of photography from Tammy Hanlon and Kelly Hayner and more!
P.S.: My poem "My Father's Hand" should be appearing in Toronto Quarterly Issue 2

6 comments:

Collin Kelley said...

Congrats! 2009 is already off to a good start for you.

Nick said...

Thanks, but after hitting rock bottom there's only one way to go!

greg rappleye said...

Congratulations, Nick!

Nick said...

Thanks, Greg!

Brian Campbell said...

Congrats, Nick!

Nick said...

I thought it was time I got some Canadian exposure. ;-)