Foundlings Vol. III launched on a bright day June, and poets and readers packed Nietzsche’s, a venerable Allentown bar and music venue for the party. The other editors and I were very happy to host visiting poets George Guida and Gerry LaFemina, who grabbed a righteous lunch with us at Gabriel’s Gate before heading over theContinue reading “Foundlings Vol. III Available in Stores and Online”
After producing three volumes of the poetry magazine Foundlings, editor Aidan Ryan offers his advice to writers submitting to lit mags ans zines.
The Varsity, The University of Toronto’s student newspaper, published an excellent article on the Whistle Stop Tour today. The writer posed some questions, and our performers’s responses were so beautiful (and unpublishably generous) that I wanted to present them all, uncut and unvarnished, here. Kassandra asked: What do you do, and why? What motivated you toContinue reading “Whistle Stop readers respond to questions from The Varsity”
In this series, the Foundlings lads have casual chats with some of our favorite Buffalo poets. Ep. 1: Justin Karcher Interviewed: Justin Karcher, author of Tailgating at the Gates of Hell and editor of Ghost City Review. Topics: Tailgating at the Gates of Hell, the fragmentation of the Buffalo literary scene, hip-hop and Modernism, stakes and timelessness,Continue reading “Friends and Foundlings – Interviews with our Favorite Poets”
Foundlings Vol. 2 is slated for a mid-winter release, which mean we need new material from this planet’s best poets. Submissions will remain open from Friday 5 August to Friday 2 September. Please send 1-5 of your best, previously unpublished poems to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will endeavor to respond to all submissions sent during this periodContinue reading “Call for Submissions – Foundlings Vol. 2”