In publication-related news, I am rather excited to announce that I have two short prose pieces published in issue 17 of Alice Blue Review. Alice Blue Review is an experimental and innovative online prose & poetry journal, published from the mountain tops of Portland, Oregon. The editors of this mag also have a small press which they run, Alice Blue Press.
In this issue, I have two pieces of prose – ‘Discovery’ and ‘observatory’ – which both play around with uncertainty, truth, & scientific fact. ‘Discovery’ hones in on Technetium (see the shiny silver stuff below), and ‘observatory’ focuses on erosion of matter in space. But to reduce either to these simple sentences, would be telling an untruth. I’d love it if you would pop by Alice Blue & check out both prose pieces. And while you’re there, do have a browse of my fellow poets and prose writers in issue 17 – there are some stunning pieces. If you’re in the mood for some science + poetry readings, do check out this article in The Guardian, as well. It’s old, but very good!