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Sink Review Sink Review is a journal focused on contemporary poetry. We publish a new electronic number twice a year.

Sink Review is a journal focused on contemporary poetry. We publish a new electronic number twice a year. Our seventh issue is coming out January 2011!

02/17/2020
Backup Singers by Sommer Browning

Awesome video of poets reading Sommer Browning's Backup Singers including many many Sinkers.

I put out a call on social media asking for people to record themselves reading a poem from my poetry collection Backup Singers in order to create a crowdsourced…

Mark Bibbins' new book 13th Balloon is out now. Check out this short interview with him. & read his poem from Sink 7 lin...
02/13/2020
Ten Questions for Mark Bibbins

Mark Bibbins' new book 13th Balloon is out now. Check out this short interview with him. & read his poem from Sink 7 linked in the comments.

“It wasn’t until the final year or so that I felt I had some control over the shape and content, that I understood how the pieces worked together.” —Mark Bibbins, author of 13th Balloon

Calling all poets! SINK is open for submissions, now until March 1!
01/15/2020
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Calling all poets! SINK is open for submissions, now until March 1!

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12/22/2019
TYPO 31: KAVEH BASSIRI

Contributor Kaveh Bassiri's Invention of Silence in the latest Typo: http://www.typomag.com/issue31/bassiri.html

                                                                                                                       

Cleaver reviews of Sink contributor Kaveh Bassiri's forthcoming chapbook, 99 Names of Exile: https://www.cleavermagazine...
07/09/2019
99 NAMES OF EXILE, poems by Kaveh Bassiri, reviewed by Claire Oleson • Cleaver Magazine

Cleaver reviews of Sink contributor Kaveh Bassiri's forthcoming chapbook, 99 Names of Exile: https://www.cleavermagazine.com/99-names-of-exile-poems-by-kaveh-bassiri-reviewed-by-claire-oleson/

99 Names of Exile begins in landscape. In the absence of the body of a deceased loved one, the book’s first poem “Invention of Country” searches for a buried “uniform/ in a chest camouflaged as a scarab, its wings latched.” The poem goes on to ruminate on memories and details the speaker w...

Check out Ian Dreiblatt's newest Believer column, this time on indelible 80s icon Spuds MacKenzie (and Chris Burden and ...
05/03/2019
Toward a Theory of the American TV Commercial, Vol. 3: Time Kills, Spuds Abides - Believer Magazine

Check out Ian Dreiblatt's newest Believer column, this time on indelible 80s icon Spuds MacKenzie (and Chris Burden and some other stuff too). https://believermag.com/logger/toward-a-theory-of-the-american-tv-commercial-vol-3-time-kills-spuds-abides/?fbclid=IwAR0n-vBrbNLSqHQH2ZOhe-Fm7NN36QvordHUHb8ubs2HZjw38IdqsUpNYME

This is the third entry in a new recurring feature in which Believer Commercials Correspondent Ian Dreiblatt travels back in time via YouTube.com to review and examine the cultural phenomenon that was Television Commercials. Commercials featured here will mostly be old, and have, in many cases, alre...

Read this, then go get Janaka's new book!
04/04/2019
Publisher Spotlight: Janaka Stucky of Black Ocean « Kenyon Review Blog

Read this, then go get Janaka's new book!

It’s funny to think of editing as a career for me because Black Ocean is entirely volunteer-run, including myself. While I have been publishing Black Ocean books for 13 years, and various zines before that, I’ve never actually taken income for my work as an editor.

Peep the new installment of Ian Dreiblatt's writing about American TV commercials at Believer Mag! https://believermag.c...
03/19/2019
Toward a Theory of the American TV Commercial, Vol. 2: The sound of one can uh-huhing - Believer Magazine

Peep the new installment of Ian Dreiblatt's writing about American TV commercials at Believer Mag! https://believermag.com/logger/toward-a-theory-of-the-american-tv-commercial-vol-2-the-sound-of-one-can-uh-huhing/

This is the second entry in a new recurring feature in which Believer Commercials Correspondent Ian Dreiblatt travels back in time via YouTube.com to review and examine the cultural phenomenon that was Television Commercials. Commercials featured here will mostly be old, and have, in many cases, alr...

03/05/2019
The Volta: Heir Apparent

New Harmony Holiday's over at Volta!

Ritual  is   chaos    again       like in     the    zen/ ancient  when morals   fail   and   need  containers  as  dumb    as

02/26/2019
La Vague Journal - Emily Kendal Frey

New Emily Kendal Frey poem!

Emily Kendal Frey is the author of The Grief Performance and Sorrow Arrow. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she is a teacher and therapist.

You can pre-order Harmony Holiday's new book from Birds LLC!
02/22/2019
A Jazz Funeral for Uncle Tom

You can pre-order Harmony Holiday's new book from Birds LLC!

UNCLE TOM, AMERICA'S FAVORITE NEGRO, IS DEAD Championing the tenderest of homicidal tendencies, a penchant for mercy killings and redemptive rites of passage, A Jazz Funeral for Uncle Tom is exactly what it announces it is, a book as dynamic and eternal event wherein a feminine v...

The new issue of Bennington Review is stacked with former & current Sinkers: Shanna Compton, Heather Christle, Alexis Or...
02/22/2019
Current — Bennington Review

The new issue of Bennington Review is stacked with former & current Sinkers: Shanna Compton, Heather Christle, Alexis Orgera, Brian Clifton, Chris Salerno, & Sink editor, Sarah Trudgeon!

ISSUE SIX features fiction by Christopher Higgs, Jennifer Kronovet, Kyle Minor, Mark Jude Poirier, and Maura Stanton; creative nonfiction by Priscilla Becker, Jehanne Dubrow, and Emily O’Neill; film writing by J.M. Tyree; poetry by Diannely Antigua, Sandra Beasley, Molly Bendall, Jericho Brown, He...

Check out current Sinkers: Raquel Salas Rivera, Jamie Townsend, and Brian Clifton in the new issue of  Baest Journal.
02/03/2019
raquel salas rivera — bæst

Check out current Sinkers: Raquel Salas Rivera, Jamie Townsend, and Brian Clifton in the new issue of Baest Journal.

Interview with Lauren Russell! She also reads one of my (sk) favorite poems from her debut book!
01/31/2019
[in brackets] with Lauren Russell

Interview with Lauren Russell! She also reads one of my (sk) favorite poems from her debut book!

In this episode of [in brackets] Lucia LoTempio sits down with poet and Pitt professor, Lauren Russell. Russell is the assistant director of Pitt's Center for African American Poetry and Poetics, and

It's alive! Sink Review 18, featuring:POETRY BY Lauren Russell, Simone I. John, Timothy Otte, Mg Roberts, Jeff T. Johnso...
12/14/2018
Sink Review

It's alive! Sink Review 18, featuring:

POETRY BY Lauren Russell, Simone I. John, Timothy Otte, Mg Roberts, Jeff T. Johnson, Jamie Townsend, Michael A. Martin, JJ Rowan, Marty Viola-Cain, Ali Power, Cheryl Quimba, Raquel Salas Rivera, + Adrienne Raphel

REVIEWS BY Brian Clifton (Red by Chase Berggrun) + Jamie Townsend (Community Garden for Lonely Girls by Christine Shan Shan Hou)

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COVER ART TO BEAT ALL COVER ART BY Noriko Sugita

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12/14/2018

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"Eclipse" by Noriko Sugita
12/14/2018

"Eclipse" by Noriko Sugita

12/14/2018

New Jams Coming.

New chapbook by Nicole Steinberg!
11/15/2018
Fat Dreams, by Nicole Steinberg

New chapbook by Nicole Steinberg!

“Fat Dreams” by Nicole Steinberg showcases the literal and metaphorical ups and downs of weight loss and gain, and what it means to be a woman who comes from a lineage of size. It is an exploration of how the physical body collides with moments of monumental grief and unexpected joy, and how the...

Interview with Joe Hall!
11/09/2018
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Interview with Joe Hall!

Publisher of poetry and contemporary literature.

New Paul Cunningham poem!
11/09/2018
Feast Green and Stained

New Paul Cunningham poem!

I am wasted on thought-so’s and photo-ops so-so’s and S-O-S cries and the lit flare I burn I intuit I follow your light look at the way you go into the tall grass into it you light you moth look at your shirtless body behind the tall grass look at me on my knees a poem is a lot like a grass stai...

Nicole Steinberg's Fat Dreams!
10/13/2018
Fat Dreams, by Nicole Steinberg

Nicole Steinberg's Fat Dreams!

“Fat Dreams” by Nicole Steinberg showcases the literal and metaphorical ups and downs of weight loss and gain, and what it means to be a woman who comes from a lineage of size. It is an exploration of how the physical body collides with moments of monumental grief and unexpected joy, and how the...

New Dan Brady poem!
08/15/2018
DAN BRADY / ANTHROPOCENE

New Dan Brady poem!

Dan Brady is the author of the poetry collection Strange Children , forthcoming from Publishing Genius in 2018, and two chapbooks, Cabin Fever / Fossil Record (Flying Guillotine Press) and Leroy Sequences (Horse Less Press). Recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in Apt , Sink Review

New work by Lauren Hunter!
08/14/2018
Buckman Journal – Buckman Publishing

New work by Lauren Hunter!

Defiant. Smart. Funny. The perfect date. Also, the return of the edge. Incredible tales. The freshest artists. This is NOW. All aboard!

Hey, we forgot to say: This poem from Sink, translated by Sidney Wade, was on Poetry Daily last week!
08/08/2018
Poetry Daily: Bread and Stars, by Oktay Rifat

Hey, we forgot to say: This poem from Sink, translated by Sidney Wade, was on Poetry Daily last week!

Poetry Daily - A Featured Poem from the online poetry anthology and bookstore, featuring a new poem every day, and more.

Listen to Joe Hall's interview.
08/06/2018
WAYO 104.3FM - Rochester, NY

Listen to Joe Hall's interview.

WAYO is a free-form, low-power station in Rochester, NY providing diverse and idiosyncratic arts and cultural programming.

New Brandon Shimoda book!
08/03/2018
The Desert, by Brandon Shimoda

New Brandon Shimoda book!

Brandon Shimoda’s The Desert, a sequel to his William Carlos Williams Award-winning book Evening Oracle, guides us deep into, and then back out of, a rich yet desolate North American landscape. Divided into seven sections--featuring poems, letters, diary entries, and photographs--the desert’s mu...

New Angela Veronica Wong poem!
07/27/2018
ON WEATHERING

New Angela Veronica Wong poem!

by Angela Veronica Wong Inside me / The mini-monster / Is eating at / The edges of / My heart again / Don’t feed it / My friend warns me / But my heart is just...

07/26/2018
Simone John, "A Brief History of Murder"

Check out this video of Simone John who has work forthcoming in the next issue of Sink Review!

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