Posted by Dale Wilsey Jr. | Posted in boston literary magazine , dale wilsey jr. , journal , magazine , osterhout free library , poetry , published work , Scranton , Scranton Zine Fest , wilkes-barre , word fountain , writing | Posted on Thursday, May 19, 2011
Recently, my poem "Legs, lips, sex & jazz" was published in issue #4 of Word Fountain, a publication from the Osterhout Free Library in Wilkes-Barre, PA. It's a free, local literary journal compiled and distributed by the staff of the library. Submissions for each issue are based around a central idea. Issue #4's focus was centered on music. Though I haven't had a chance to sit down and read the issue yet, you can read the online version here. If you're interested in submitting or obtaining a copy of the issue, contact information can be found here.
In June, two more of my poems will be appearing in the Boston Literary Magazine for the 2011 Summer issue. It will appear online first and in print shortly thereafter. You can read past issues and find out more information on this great journal at BostonLiteraryMagazine.com.
Lastly, if you live anywhere near Scranton, PA, myself and a few other poets/writers will be reading at the first ever Scranton Zine Fest on June 11th. For more information on that event, see my previous post and visit ScrantonZineFest.com.
Dale R. Wilsey Jr.