“Speak, poet”: Buffalo News highlights new poets in the city’s scene

The Buffalo News Gusto cover last week featured an arresting image: facing out of the page, a man in a black leather jacket, head bent to a slim volume in his right hand, left hand rising and cupping as if around a palmed bird or baseball, lips curled to push out a poem. This is News photographerContinue reading ““Speak, poet”: Buffalo News highlights new poets in the city’s scene”

Friends and Foundlings – Interviews with our Favorite Poets

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”

Call for Submissions – Foundlings Vol. 2

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 Please send 1-5 of your best, previously unpublished poems to foundlingszine@gmail.com. We will endeavor to respond to all submissions sent during this periodContinue reading “Call for Submissions – Foundlings Vol. 2”