Three days after, but we can still wish for a very happy May Day and the start of Spring with the last issue for about a year ~
- Simon Pettet, poems from Hearth
- John Moore Williams, plus vispo
- rob mclennan
- Andrew Lundwall
- Andy Nicholson
- Paul Siegell
- Collabs by Micah Ballard & Patrick James Dunagan
- Michael Schiavo
- Kyle Schlesinger
- Jukka-Pekka Kervinen, visual texts
Poetry, Writing, Art & Photography~
- Anjan Sen
- Robert Chrysler
- Jason Mashak
An article on Futurism~
- Neil Watson
- Francis Raven
A memoir of Washington Heights~
- Joy Leftow
Specials from Dusie poets~
- Mackenzie Carignan
- Juliet Cook
Two CD reviews for summer, Bright Brown and Basic Astronomy~
My editorial on poetry, memory, and presence~
As I wrap up three years + and take a break from Turntable, I am filled with gratitude for all of the amazing contributors and all the wonderful people I have met through editing this magazine. Creativity and community go together and I have been consistently inspired.
Susana Gardner of Dusie, who devotes so much of her time and energy to gathering so many poets and artists together deserves a huge shout-out! This year, I was lucky enough to be part of the group and we were able to collaborate and make each other's chapbooks. It was one of the most challenging, educational, and marvelous experiences I've had! Every single one of the Dusie poets is a powerhouse of creativity in their own right and all of them have taught me so much, about community, book arts, and friendship.
So that's that. I'll be back next year to revel in more of your brilliance.
Returning grace and grateful.
Enjoy the Spring!