Posts tagged ‘Heather Kamins’

Couplets – April 7

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Couplets – April 3rd

3 April 2012

the great flesh markets of Bangkok

The brand new Buzzymag, which bills itself as “Your Premier Source for Everything Sci-Fi & Fantasy,” features a compelling new biological suspense story by 140 And Counting alum Ken Liu called “Exotic Pets.”

The Mainichi Daily News announced their annual selections for 2011, and 140 And Counting contributors Helen Buckingham, Deborah P. Kolodji and Alan Summers all received Honourable Mentions!

Finally, Neon: A Literary Magazine has posted a mixed review of Heather KaminsBlueshifting:

There is much to ponder in this collection. The recurring scientific imagery is used to make observations about our relationships to each other, the natural world and the universe as a whole. These themes are poetic staples, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing new to say about them. In particular, the scientific theme helps dissolve the artificial divide between science and art.

30 March 2012

“Kamins has attempted something very difficult, which is to give substance to the ephemeral and the fleeting that make up much of what we tend to view as permanent.”

Read Robert Hewitt’s review of Heather Kamins’ Blueshifting.

12 March 2012

It’s Read an Ebook Week!

For Read an Ebook Week, 140 And Counting author M. Darusha Wehm has 50% off everything at Smashwords, except Beautiful Red, which is free (use the coupon code REW50); and asbestos boots on beatnik feet has just published three poems by Neil Ellman.

And! Upper Rubber Boot now has a Smashwords account, so we can sell PDFs. 140 And Counting and Blueshifting are both available now in PDF, and Measured Extravagance is available for the first time in any edition. Measured Extravagance will be released shortly in epub and mobi.

11 March 2012

With poem titles like Making Time, Devolution, Entropy, Relativity, Dark Matter, and with an epigraph from Carl Sagan, and references to Mastodons, petroglyphs and quantum states, one might expect to find a collection of science-nerd poems. But science itself has changed (and maybe rescued poetry in the process). We don’t live in a deterministic universe of Newtonian mechanics. Yes, “The world / wheels toward the inevitable”. But we live in a universe of unobservable observations and strange attractions. The path to the inevitable is not fixed.

nouspique reviews poetry chapbook Blueshifting by Heather Kamins!

2 February 2012


140 And Counting and Blueshifting are now available on Kobo!

24 January 2012

the sun erupts

140 And Counting contributors…

Berit Ellingsen‘s short “The Astronomer and the King” appears in the twenty forth issue (Volume 6, no 4) of the Wilderness House Literary Review.

Neil Ellman‘s poem “The Last Days of the sun” appears in Randomly Accessed Poetics.

3 times,” a haibun by Jim Kacian, appears in word pond.

Also! Heather Kamins has a short story in this month’s Pear Noir!

Also also! Her book of poetry, Blueshifting, is now available at Barnes & Noble.

9 January 2012

goodreads good news

The editor is very tired after flying from Nashville to Halifax without a passport (pro tip: don’t do this) but is excited to note that 140 And Counting and Blueshifting are now available as ePub files on Goodreads: 140 And Counting ePub and Blueshifting ePub.

16 December 2011

in the walled garden

Now available at Amazon for Kindle:

twitter literature anthology 140 And Counting and Heather Kamins‘ poetry chapbook Blueshifting. You can also read these if you have a Kindle app on your smartphone. These’ll be available in ePub format shortly.

140 And Counting contributors have been busy too:

Lindsay Below has an interview on domestic violence over at One Writer’s Journey.

Sue Burke has works in the Neo-Classical, Shintai and Vanguard sections of the December 2011 issue of World Haiku Review.

Neil Ellman has a new poem up at Danse Macabre du Jour, another at Call and Response and three more at pressboardpress.

S. Kay had a very short piece at Trapeze on Saturday.

David C. Kopaska-Merkel has a new poem up at Ideomancer.

Elaine and Neal Whitman have some haiga at Syndic Literary Journal.

12 December 2011

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