Five Questions with Claudia Serea
Five Questions with Claudia Serea, Poet - An Interview by LK Editorial.
3 City Prose Poems by Claudia Serea
3 prose poems by Claudia Serea in Word Riot. Stay tuned for news on her "A Dirt Road Hangs from the Sky" from 8th House coming soon!
Jump the Devil's nomination for the People's Book Prize
"Jump the Devil" by Richard Rathwell: nomination for the People's Book Prize.
Harold Henisch discusses Richard Rathwell's influence on his work.
Harold Henisch discusses Richard Rathwell's influence on his work. Check out Richard's latest work "Jump the Devil" by 8th House Publishing.
8th House Publishing continues its series of collaborations: May 17, 21:00, CineCycle, TORONTO
Join us for readings from emerging authors interpreted though interpretive jazz, ambient loops, instillation, theatre and projected visual narratives. Featuring the works of:
Seamus Ogden - Matthew Jarvis Wall
Ben Ladouceur - Colin Fisher
Nick Nelson - Delta Will
Gary Barwin - Jenna Mariash
Ditch the high art - dance and drink after readings with DJ Liam Sanagan (LUM, First Rate People).
May 17, 2013, 21:00; CineCycle, TORONTO; $5.00
Darren C. Demarree's "A Bare Fist of Snow" in Wild Violet Literary magazine.
Darren C Demarree's "A Bare Fist of Snow" in this month's Wild Violet Literary magazine. See it here.
Claudia Serea's translation of Adina Dabija's work in the Asymptote Journal
Claudia Serea's translation of Adina Dabija's "Stare nediferentiată" ("An Undifferentiated State"), Brumar Publishing House, 2006 appears in the Asymptote Journal. Read the poems here.
Claudia Serea's "The System" featured in Cold Hub Press's "Drunk Monkeys"
Claudia Serea’s The System, a cycle of poems inspired by her father’s experiences as a political prisoner in Communist Romania, published by Cold Hub Press featured in Drunk Monkeys.
Stay tuned for her "A Dirt Road Hangs from the Sky" to be released soon.
Claudia Serea in Latin America's Best Writing, Southern Pacific review.
Claudia Serea's Hide and Seek appears in Latin America's Best Writing, Southern Pacific review.
Read it here.