The July 2022 issue of The Lake online poetry magazine is now available and features Frank De Canio, Agnieszka Filipek, Jeff Gallagher, Kasha Martin Gauthier, Sarah James, Yvonne Higgins Leach, Beth Mcdonogh, Mark Parsons, Tim Taylor, and Rodney Wood. There are also reviews of George Bilgere’s Central Air and Peter Roberts’ Night Owling, and “One Poem Reviews,” which is one poem from a collection to help writers get the word out about their publications. This month features works by Joanne Durham, Estill Pollock, Susan Taylor, and Melody Wang.
The June 2022 issue of The Lake poetry and reviews is now online and features Edward Alport, Sara Backer, Phil Dunkerley, Pat Edwards, David Henson, Judith O’Connell Hoyer, Ronald Moran, Sarah Dickenson Snyder, J. R. Solonche, and Jeffrey Thompson with reviews of Amina Alyal and Oz Hardwick’s The Still and Fleeting Fire, and Daniel Skyle’s On the other side of the beach, light. The new feature called “One Poem Review” continues this month, in which one poem from a new book/pamphlet is featured along with a cover JPG and a link to the publisher’s website: “as a way to help poets’ works reach a wider audience.” Authors featured in this month’s “One Poem Review” are Dominic James, Sarah James, and Gordon Meade.
The newest issue of The Lake journal of poetry and reviews is now online featuring Brent Cantwell, Julian Dobson, Stephen House, Ann Iversen, Rustin Larson, Jennifer A. McGowan, Kirsty Niven, Hannah Stone, Sarah White. Reviews include Marc Totterdell’s Mollusc and Marilyn L. Taylor’s Outside the Frame: New and Selected Poems. There is also a new feature called “One Poem Review,” which the editors describe as “just that: One poem featured from a new book/pamphlet along with a cover JPG and a link to the publisher’s website: as a way to help poets’ works reach a wider audience.” This month’s One Poem Review is “Self-Portrait: Between the Car and the Sea” from Elaine Sexton’s collection Drive. Visit The Lake website for more details.
The March 2022 issue is now online featuring Joe Balaz, Sekhar Banerjee, Ric Cheyney, John Dorroh, Alex Josephy, Casey Killingsworth, Carolyn Oulton, Marc Isaac Potter, Robert Rothman, Fiona Sinclair, J. R. Solonche. Reviews of Tom Kelly’s This Small Patch and NYC from the Inside ed. George Wallace. Stop by The Lake‘s website to read the issue.
The January issue is out now featuring Gale Acuff, Marianne Brems, Frand De Canio, George Freek, Judith O’Connell Hoyer, Todd Mercer, Maren O. Mitchell, Ronald Moran, Pesach Rotem, Gant Tarbard, Rodney Wood. Review of Laura Kolbe’s Little Pharma.
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The December issue is now online featuring Dan Brook, Gavan Duffy, Edilson A. Ferreira, Nels Hanson, Amy Holman, Tom Kelly, Deborah Kennedy, Charles Rammelkamp, Michael Salcman, Kerrin P. Sharpe, Andrew Sheilds, J. R. Solonche, Marjory Woodfield. Reviews of Michael Salcman’s Shades and Graces and Judith Wilson’s Fleet. Learn more about this issue’s reviews at The Lake website.
The November issue is now online featuring Juke Brigley, Bex Hainsworth, Michael Burton, Jenny Hockey, Dominic James, Elizabeth McCarthy, Beth McDonough, Kenneth Pobo, Kerry Trautman, Anuradha Vijayakrishnan, Melody Wang. Learn more about this issue’s reviews at The Lake website.
The September issue features John Cole, Robert G. Cowser, Hayley Mitchell Haugen, Tom Kelly, Don Narkevic, Joyce Schmid, Kiriti Sengupta, J. R. Solonche, Ian Stuart, Tineke Van der Eeken, Sarah White. Reviews of J.R. Solonche’s Selected Poems 2001-2021 and Fleur Adcock’s The Mermaid’s Purse. Read more about it at The Lake website.
The August issue of The Lake is now online featuring Joe Balaz, Rachel Burns, Clive Donovan, George Franklin, Peter Grandbois, Nels Hanson, Sheila Jacob, Jennifer A. McGowan, Yvette Naden, Carlos Reyes, George Ryan. Check out this month’s reviews at The Lake website.
The July issue is now online featuring John Bartlett, Mike Dillon, Sarah L. Dixon, Alan Elyshevitz, Edilson Ferreira, Paul Jones, James McLaughlin, Ronald Moran, Tony Press, Estelle Price, Claudia Serea, Simon Williams.