Conceived in autumn 2016 in the steam room of the University at Buffalo’s Alumni Arena after a fierce game of cutthroat racquetball, Foundlings debuted with a “reading and rager” May 1st at Sterling Tap and Wurst. Co-editors Max Crinnin, S. James Coffed, and Aidan Ryan collaborated with designer Darren Canham to craft Vol. I, featuring poets Neil Savoy, Justin Karcher, Steven Dowd, and Ruby Anderson, and available at Buffalo’s Talking Leaves, Dog Ears, and Second Reader independent book stores. You can also buy print or digital copies of the magazine through Gumroad.
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Friends and Foundlings
We’re proud to debut a new feature, the Friends and Foundlings video series. Click to watch these casual interviews with our favorite poets – episode one features Justin Karcher.
Foundlings in the Press:
‘You are all I need’ – Ruby Anderson reflects on the the final performance of the Whistle Stop Tour
‘Poetry, comedy, and political commentary comes to Toronto,’ The Varsity on the Whistle Stop Tour, October 2016
‘Foundlings magazine brings art and politics together,’ The Daily Orange on the Whistle Stop Tour, October 2016
Feature in Artvoice: 7 April 2016
Just Buffalo Literary Center Event Listing: Launch Party 1 May 2016
“Alumnus to premier Buffalo-based poetry magazine,” from The Griffin
“Against the Many Targets” by Max Crinnin
“An American Horseman Drinks In Ahern’s Pub, Ennistymon,” by Aidan Ryan