My new poem, “re: Your mother“, was published today for aaduna magazine’s National Poetry Month initiative: Four for the 4th.
It’s the second poem posted on the page (Be careful of the first poem. It has some adult language).
Check it out if you have a minute.
The poem is part of my e-pistle series that includes: “re: Your brother“, and more to come.
aaduna is a timeless exploration into words and images – is a globally read, multi-cultural, and diverse online literary and visual arts journal established in 2010. Visit http://www.aaduna.org where they put measurable actions to words.
I have a new poem called “The Upsell Artist” published today at Beautiful Losers Magazine, a great little lit mag I really like.
The subject matter is a bit racier than my usual stuff, so be warned.
If you want to check it out, please visit Beautiful Losers Magazine.
Here’s the URL if the link doesn’t work –> https://medium.com/beautiful-losers/the-upsell-artist-by-frank-mundo-67b749cbfa73#.xalsj7o31
Be sure to “like” it and share it if you can, so they invite me back in the future.
Thank you for your support. It means a lot to me.
Oh, I have another new poem coming in April — a National Poetry Month feature for aaduna magazine.
Stayed tuned for another post with more info as we approach April.
Honored that my poem “Aubade” has been nominated for the 2016 Sundress Publications Best of the Net Anthology. Thank you to Marie C Lecrivain, editor-publisher of poeticdiversity: the litzine of Los Angeles.
poeticdiversity: the litzine of Los Angeles’ nominees for 2016 Sundress Publications Best of the Net Anthology.
1) G Murray Thomas -“A Personal History Of Rock ‘n’ Roll: Spoken Word”
1) Carol Schwalberg – “Knock-Out”
2) Lynne Bronstein -“A Present For the Teacher”
1) Gwyndyn Alexander – “Poet in Atlantis”
2) Deborah Edler Brown – “Taller Than the Moon”
3) Frank Mundo – “Aubade”
4) Angel Uriel Perales – “Minuet of the Burning Fields”
5) Ben Trigg – “Shoes”
6) Viola Weinberg Spencer -“Salvadore Dali Takes His Anteater For a Walk”
Congrats to the nominees.
I am honored and so grateful for the amazing reviews and responses to my book The Brubury Tales that continue to come in.
Just today, an in-depth book review of The Brubury Tales was posted at Classical Carousel, an exceptional literary blog that reviews classic books by dead authors almost exclusively. But, because the site was already taking on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, The Brubury Tales (my homage to Chaucer’s amazing work) was chosen to be included in a side-by-side reading challenge of old and new! That decision alone was a huge honor and an awesome reminder to me of how lucky I am to keep finding an audience for such an unusual book — based on a work that means so very much to me.
You can read the full review of The Brubury Tales here.
And please be sure to check out the full reviews of The Canterbury Tales as well, and all the many Classical Carousel reviews of some of the best books by some of the best dead writers ever.
The Brubury Tales is available in paperback and ebook formats at Amazon.
The Brubury Tales is an ambitious homage to Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. It takes Chaucer’s story and frame to Los Angeles just after the riots, where seven security guards on the graveyard shift swap tales in a hilarious storytelling competition for Christmas vacation time.