Saturday, 20 September 2008

Sein und Werden

Very excited and pleased that the online issue of Sein und Werden (Memento Mori) is now up. There is an amazing collection of stuff there – words and art and all kinds of crazy stuff. I dig it. You can dig it too by clicking on the link on the right.

I will be saying a lot more about the print issue when I have read it – I have got the Witch’s Keys in this. There is, as always, a very exciting line-up in print – so looking forward to this very much. Link on right for getting your unworthy mitts on this. And you should.

Anyway, for now, the online SuW showcases some art I did called ‘Postcard of the Hanging’. I was mightily pleased to find it on the same page as Mr McLean’s poem ‘death’s entrance’ – excellent, of course, but also so perverse that god gets a capital G. And what a bargain (for you, dear reader) – you can simply click this link and see/read both. And I think fitting that the two should be together – for it was the voices in Mr McLean’s head that told me to hang naked woman in my cellar (they were more than willing, and all was consensual, so very glad to have ignored my therapists advice not to do such things).

There is also a review of David McClean’s Cadaver’s Dance by editor Rachel Kendall – you can read that here – you should – and then you can buy it – which you can do here or here or here – you should.

You can also find a link to some other poems at SuW – and why would you not want to read something called rat-foetus blues? (Not wanting to give anything away, but I creamed the screen when I got to the fifth.)



Online:

Toothsayer by Laura Forgie
Ideas of Murder in Vermont by Jonathan Woods
Death in Disneyland by Ross Brodie
Gypsy With Child by Phil Doran
Fete by Juliet Cook
Window to Life by V Ulea
Treatment with Possible Pardon... by Bryson Newhart
Doll # 4 by John Brewer
The Pathology of Perception by Kris Pittman
Thirty Days of Bellesgrant and Zerxaquarius by Yarrow Paisley
Nausea by April Michelle Bratten
Let's Become Like Birds by Laura Forgie
Spaghetti Fiction by Phil Doran. Review by Rachel Kendall
Session by J E Stanley
Beyond First Taste by Colette Jonopulos
Asystole by Sherry Musick
Teratophobic Man by Christopher Allan Death
Death's Entrance by David McLean
Postcard of the Hanging by Pablo Vision
Pretend That We're Dead by Alison J Littlewood
Cadaver's Dance by David McLean. Review by Rachel Kendall
The Devoid by Philip Clark
Sally Mann: What Remains by Rachel Kendall
Mother by Dan Smith
The Mouth of the River Rat by Luis Cuauhtemoc Berriozabal
1938 WPA Poster by B Drew Collier
Mr Pressure Loses His Mantra by J L Dale
The Early Moon Pressed An Eye To the Window by B Drew Collier
Death's Antidote by Grace Andreacchi
DeadMeatDeadWoodLiveFlies by Sherry Musick
Consider the Percocet by Greg Gerke
Himself Rustic Breath by Solo Hawkins
Noon by Brenton Rossow
Manhattan Transit in July by Adele C Geraghty
Guillotine Promenade by Carrie Crow
Dark Dualism by Hana Sustkova
Quantum Work As a Type of the Experimental Fiction by V Ulea

1 comment:

Connie Stadler said...

Fantastic, juxtaposotion of your image and McLean words. Astounding effect as the two echo each other. Chilling and brilliant.