JOHN KAY ———–> continued success

I wish I had the budget that Bellevue Literary Review must have. Enough dollars to pay for staff to edit and publish a 250 page 10th Anniversary issue. Quality poetry abounds: some favorites of mine are poems by Rafael Campo, David Wagoner, Cornelius Eady, and Claire Kageyama-Ramakrishnan. The review also includes fiction and non-fiction.

John Kay has two poems in the current issue: “Almost Dark” and “Echo’s End.” John continues down his brave and uneasy path–both esoteric and universal. I’m tempted to copy “Almost Dark” completely here, but that wouldn’t be fair to BLR–maybe John will let me share it on this blog a few months from now.

In the meantime, you can read John’s poems in BLR and also in the #6 issue of 10×3 plus.

Check out information below on ordering John Kay’s full-length poetry collection, PHANTOM OF THE APPLE.

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