I’ve got a new poem coming out in a print publication from our friends over at PigeonBike.
It’s called Babel’s got nothing on AM radio (title from a poem by Tom Riordan) and features my poem “Provisions” along with work from silent lotus, Michael Andrew, Lawrence Gladeview, RL Raymond, Frankie Metro, and Jack Cooper.
It’s a 16-pager, so whether you want to call it a pamphlet or a chapbook is up to you, but it’s cheap! Four bucks for anybody in the US. At that rate, you can afford two.
There’s a limited print run of 100, and PigeonBike tends to sell out quickly (the “Broken Bridge” issue I was in this summer sold out already), so get yours today!
3 replies on “The pamphlet of Babel”
enjoyed your poem Provisions
and as you mention, indeed all that Babel
is worth its weight in gold.
a warm smile
Thanks! Good to hear from you; enjoyed your piece as well.
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