Author: DianeSeverson

A rundown of some of the poems in the latest issue of Eye to the Telescope. This issue's theme is Ghosts.
Poetry – Eye to the Telescope “Ghosts”

Poetry – Eye to the Telescope “Ghosts”

Eye to the Telescope is the online journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. A different person edits each issue (being published quarterly) and I myself have edited one – No. 16. The current issue, No. 22, “Ghosts”, is edited b... Read More »

Poetry – Straight Away the Emptied World, L. Umansky

Poetry – Straight Away the Emptied World, L. Umansky

Leah Umansky's Straight Away the Emptied World is something interesting and different with a literary flavor. Read More »

Poetry – Chemical Letters by Octavia Cade

Poetry – Chemical Letters by Octavia Cade

Chemical Letters has been nominated for the 2016 Elgin Award for best poetry collection (of 2014/15) Read More »

Poetry Review – Dark Energies, Ann K. Schwader

Poetry Review – Dark Energies, Ann K. Schwader

A collection that is not to be missed! Read More »

Review – Zen of the Dead, ed. Lester Smith

Review – Zen of the Dead, ed. Lester Smith

This year's Zen of the Dead includes more fiction than previous years Read More »

Poetry Review – Dawn of the Algorithm, Yann Rousselot

Poetry Review – Dawn of the Algorithm, Yann Rousselot

A motion poem and a crowd-funded publishing program. Read More »

Poetry – The First Bite of the Apple, Jennifer Crow

Poetry – The First Bite of the Apple, Jennifer Crow

Familiar stories made new, fresh and strange. Read More »

2015 Poetry Recap plus Review – Haiku of the Dead

2015 Poetry Recap plus Review – Haiku of the Dead

Internationally domiciled Diane gets back to reviewing some genre poetry Read More »

Poetry Review – Much Slower Than Light, C. Clink

Poetry Review – Much Slower Than Light, C. Clink

Carolyn Clink's poetry exhibits an astonishing variety of form, subject and genre. Read More »

Poetry Review – Dark Dreams by Christina Sng

Poetry Review – Dark Dreams by Christina Sng

Despite the dark content, Sng’s poetry remains pleasant to read. Read More »

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