Möbius February 11, 2009Posted by hyperboreapoetry in Revistas Impresas.
Tags: Anual, Estados Unidos, Poemas, Poesía, Poetas, Presentación
Info: Calling Möbius a poetry magazine is like calling ERIC CLAPTON a guitar player. It’s a lavishly-produced, silver-covered (no, I am not joking) exhibition-space for all sorts of poetry, published with a stanza-staggering professional allure that should scare off small magazines everywhere. Published from Flushing, New York, it is celebrating with this issue its quarter-century with no fewer than 148 poets on display, all under a variety of theme headings, such as “Family & Relationships,” “Art & Culture,” “The World About Us.,” and so on. This last category containing work on Darfur, the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, the Middle East, Iraq, and a scathing satire, “The Cabinet Talks War,” from Arthur Gottlieb. Anyone who thinks American poets aren’t engaging with these subjects should think again. Some readers over here may recall the poet SAMUEL MENASHE, who visited Galway a few years ago… I have not run into Val Nolan, who is listed as teaching poetry at NUI Galway. His poem is dedicated to Megan Buckley, whom I think I may know. The work is wonderfully varied, a veritable anthology, and submissions are welcome.
Editor: Juanita Torrence-Thompsom
País: Estados Unidos
Archivo Digital: Extractos