The Philips Modern Atlas of the World
By Colm Scully
Colm Scully is a poet and filmmaker from Cork, Ireland. Colm’s first collection was published by New Binary Press in 2014.
Does This Make Sense
By Elizabeth Godber
Elizabeth Godber is a writer from Hull. She studied BA Creative Writing and English at the University of Hull and MA Writing for Performance and Publication at the University of Leeds. Elizabeth is interested in found and verbatim language, and spoken word poetic forms.
Deer & Ghost of Deer
By Carolyn Guinzio
Carolyn’s poems have appeared in The New Yorker, Agni, Phoebe, Harvard Review, Bomb, Boston Review, and many other journals, including Poetry Film Live. Her sixth collection, How Much Of What Falls Will Be Left When It Gets To The Ground?, is forthcoming from Tolsun Books. Among her previous books are Spoke & Dark (Red Hen, 2012) and Quarry (Parlor, 2008).
By Jean Coulombe and Gilbert Sevigny
By Julia Wendell
Julia Wendell’s most recent book of poems is Take This Spoon (Main Street Rag Press, 2014). A Yaddo and MacDowell Fellow, she is the author of several other poetry books, as well as a memoir, Finding My Distance (Galileo Books, 2009). Her new memoir, Come to the X, will be published by Galileo Books in 2019. Several of her most recent video poems that combine poetry, piano, and video have been published by Real Pants and Free State Review. She is an International three-day event rider and currently lives in Aiken, South Carolina.
By Beeli Sim
A daughter’s fascination with his father long lost dreams of sailing told through a documentary poetry film.