Issues 81 through 111 have been just uploaded to the WRP site:
More issues to be uploaded soon. Keep tuned!
The last in the series, this snapshot takes us down the poetry road. Nora Umbría wonders and wanders, shining a light on the origins of it all.
A short piece written in the early 1970s:
“one for old Marv between the popcorn and the beer–”
the wormwood preview peekshow blaring
pages like diamonds snarling
the wormwood freakshow staring
ramparts of rages and macaroon print
much better poetry than
Who said creative writing was too high a mountain to climb? James Storer proves us wrong in the following piece on Wormie:
Malone briefly discusses Lifshin appearances in Wormie over the years –a writer with moxie!
Indifference and Bukowski won’t be found in the same sentence anytime soon! Some of my students hated his guts, while others dug him.
Here’s another insightful take on Bukowski and Wormwood Review, this time by Álex Peso Casado.
A new installment in the Wormie Snapshots series, this time around about the one and only Billy Collins. Nice insight into his work by Jessica McDaid.