street writ by Virgil Hervey
- The theme is provided by the characters that populate the life
of the New York City criminal lawyer, with an anti-capital
punishment moral. Put together in the form of a Writ of Habeas
Corpus, "The contents fit the package.", Joe Speer, editor,
The Beatlicks and Speer Presents). "... it'll go in the box in
my bedroom closet where I keep the keepers.", Robert W.
Howington, editor, DEAD MEN SITTING AT
TYPEWRITERS PRESS. 19 poems on 10 pages - $2.00
Part of the Scenery by Janet Bernichon
- The first chapbook by this much published Registered Nurse
from Long Island will leave you clutching at your breathing tube.
"Too bad / if there was a plug / to pull / I'd pull it." Laser
printed with computer scanned photographs. C Ra McGuirt -
"Janet Bernichon is a damn good poet. She has the emotional
foundation, and plenty of compassion, but sufficient detachment
and a very fine line." 17 poems on 20 pages - $3.00
Bad Roads by Virgil Hervey
- This loser in the Slipstream chapbook contest touches
on some of the women who have touched on Uncle
Virgo's measly life. These poems have been the core of
his recent readings. Includes such old favorites as
"toothbrush" and "Picking Up". 20 poems on 20 pages - $2.00
Grift by Michael McNeilley
- Just out. McNeilley's whimsical style has caused much
wonder around the poetry venues of the internet and the
underground press. Laser printed - two color cover.
Artwork by Brooks Mcneilley. 20 poems on 25 pages - $4.00
Look for The Downtown Diner
God's Bar: un*plugged
An occasionally-published zine that grew out of a poetry special
interest group on Prodigy, of all things. Widely acclaimed in the small
press. Publishes free broadsides as a regular supplement.
$2 an issue, or $7 a year. Write Virgil Hervey, 112 Dover Pkwy.,
Stewart Manor, NY 11530, or contact email@example.com.
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