An ekphrasis poem I wrote a few months ago, entitled I Am Still Alive, in response to On Kawara’s conceptual art was published in Lantern Review’s First Issue. yay!
Check it out here.
From the Lantern Review blog:
At long last, the inaugural issue of Lantern Review is now live on our web site!
We’re thrilled to be able to present a volume of more than 30 extraordinary pieces, in a wide range of styles, and by poets of multiple generations. Contributors to this issue include Eileen Tabios, Jon Pineda, Barbara Jane Reyes, Luisa Igloria, Angela Veronica Wong, Changming Yuan, Melissa Roxas, Sankar Roy, Subhashini Kaligotla, Vanni Taing, Rachelle Cruz, Jai Arun Ravine, Craig Santos Perez, as well as many others. The issue also includes a special feature devoted to work created in the context of Kundiman’s vibrant community, in the form of our Community Voices section. Before entering the issue, you might want to take a moment to check out our recommendations for optimum viewing, located here. If you want to proceed to the issue right away, click here or on the cover image at the top left of this post.
We are still very much learners when it comes to producing and supporting a web-hosted magazine, so we’d appreciate any feedback or questions you might have about readability and navigation issues. (Feel free to drop us a line via email).
Thank you so much to all of you for your continued support, enthusiasm, and patience as we’ve wrestled with the process of making our dream become a reality. We are honored to have the opportunity to present such a stellar body of work in our very first issue, and hope that you will enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed putting it together.
Many thanks again,
Iris & Mia
LR Editorial Board