Ls Magazine Issue 15 Spoilt 14 WORK ➟
Ls Magazine Issue 15 Spoilt 14
As always, these live poetry readings are free and open to the public. Also as usual, the feature image and the background music are courtesy of Todd Permal. Make sure to visit his website to see all the podcasts available. Find out what’s happening at http://www.lsmagazine.com .
We regret not having space for everybody who wants to read their work in this edition. But even with the constraints of the space we have been able to produce a fine magazine in which more and more poets are being published, and more and more authors are being discovered. We wish we could offer a full list of contributors, but more names will be listed as they come in. Please check the back issues or our website for updates.
Lots of great stuff in this issue. My personal favourite has got to be the new site from Paolo Pellegrinis company. Mushroom Press . I cant wait for the first few titles to come out.
Did you enjoy any of these? What are your favourites? Comment below.
And for those who dont know, Ls Magazine is a new online literary magazine focused on the breaking new (and the old) genres, from flash fiction to poetry to creative nonfiction to short story collections. Its a brand new thing, and a good thing. The idea is to have a monthly magazine with 20 to 25 writers from around the world, all collaborating on stories, poems, and art, and all sharing the same good times.
Check out some of the others on the Ls Magazine home page:
– Creative Nonfiction
– Flash Fiction
– Short Story
You will have a desire to hear that poem you’ve been wanting to hear. A desire to hear that piece of music you’ve been wanting to hear. You will have a desire to read all three stories that were featured in the magazine, you know, to see what all the fuss is about.
Terry M. Collett is a 60-year-old poet who has been writing since 1972. He has had two slim volumes of poems published, in 1974 and 1978. Since that time he has had poems and short stories printed in anthologies, magazines and newspapers. He is married with eight children and eight grandchildren.
Dawn Corrigan is a 59-year-old high school teacher in Sandy, Utah with her husband and a small but growing menagerie. Her fiction has appeared online at Opium Magazine, The Big Jewel, Pindeldyboz, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction appears regularly at The Nervous Breakdown.
The Book of Punishments Written and read by Dawn Corrigan 16 minutes, starts at 4:32 Dawn lives in Sandy, Utah with her husband and a small but growing menagerie. Her fiction has appeared online at Opium Magazine, The Big Jewel, Pindeldyboz, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction appears regularly at The Nervous Breakdown.
Dreams Written by Duncan Whitmire Read by Ann Rushton 3 minutes, starts at 01:03 Duncan lives in South Portland, Maine, where he works for the local library. Find more stories at duncanwhitmire.com Fat Elvis Written and read by Richard Fulco 12 minutes, starts at 4:15 Richard is the founder and editor of the online music magazine Riffraf.net. Wampus Multimedia will publish his first novel, There is No End to This Slope in fall 2013.