My poem “Lone tree: Nature communes in a dream-like landscape,” is up at Quail Bell Magazine today!

Poem: Lone Tree: Nature Communes in a Dream-Like Landscape
Words by Jennifer MacBain-Stephens Image by Julia McGlew


I am going to have some poems in the latest issue of Prompt Press 3 (editor: Jennifer Colville) which will be available for purchase at this year’s AWP. This is a beautiful journal and I am so happy that I got to be a cog in the wheel of this amazing process. This issue will be designed by Liz Munger, an amazing artist and print maker. Liz is the owner of The Paper Nest in Iowa City, and here is a link below to her web page, if you would like to check out her work.


This above work is from James Gouldthorpe: “The Great American Novel”

Artist Elizabeth Munger’s site:!gallery/cl4p


My long weird poem “The Death of Romanticism” is up at Quail Bell Magazine today. :) It lives in the “Unreal” section. Love this magazine and their mission statement. Check it out.

My poem is under this great artwork by Samantha Dade!



My review of Saba Razvi’s Of the Divining and the Dead (Finishing Line Press) is up at The The Infoxicated Corner today at Check it out! Thanks to Saba for sharing this exquisite and personal work and thanks as well to editor Fox Frazier-Foley!



Marc Neys (aka Swoon,) remixed my poem “Land Surveyor” (read by John Vickery) up at The Poetry Storehouse. The creepy soundtrack is great.


There are four other poems there as well interpreted by the formidable John Vickery. 🙂

The Poetry Storehouse is an effort to promote new forms and delivery methods for page-poetry by creating a repository of freely-available high-quality contemporary page-poetry for those multimedia collaborative artists who may sometimes be stymied in their work by copyright and other restrictions. Our main mission is to collect and showcase poem texts and, in some instances, audio recordings of those texts. It is our hope that those texts will serve as inspiration or raw material for other artistic creations in different media.