This Tuesday, we are proud to feature a podcast of SR contributor Kevin McLellan reading his poetry from Issue 17.
You can follow along with Kevin’s four poems in Superstition Review, Issue 17.
More about the author:
Kevin McLellan is the author of: Tributary (Barrow Street); the chapbook Round Trip(Seven Kitchens), a collaborative series with numerous women poets; and the book arts project [box] (Letter [r] Press). The chapbook Shoes on a wire (Split Oak Press) is forthcoming. McLellan won the 2015 Third Coast Poetry Prize, and his poems have appeared in journals including: American Letters & Commentary, Colorado Review, Crazyhorse, Kenyon Review, Superstition Review, West Branch, Western Humanities Review, Witness, and several others. Kevin lives in Cambridge MA.
Each Tuesday we feature audio or video of an SR Contributor reading their work. Today we’re proud to feature a podcast by Kevin McLellan.
Kevin McLellan is the author of Tributary (Barrow Street, 2015), and the chapbooks Shoes on a Wire (Split Oak, 2015) runner-up for the 2012 Stephen Dunn Prize in Poetry and Round Trip (Seven Kitchens, 2010), a collaborative series of poems with numerous women poets. He has poems in journals including: American Letters & Commentary, Barrow Street, Colorado Review, Kenyon Review Online, Spoon River Poetry Review, Western Humanities Review, Witness, and numerous others. Kevin lives in Cambridge MA, and sometimes teaches poetry workshops at URI.
You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel.
Each Tuesday we feature audio or video of an SR Contributor reading their work. Today we’re proud to feature a podcast by Molly Brodak.
Molly Brodak is from Michigan and currently lives in Georgia. Her poems have recently appeared in Field, Kenyon Review Online, Bateau, Ninth Letter, Colorado Review, and her first book A Little Middle of the Night, won the 2009 Iowa Poetry Prize.
You can read along with her poems in Issue 6 of Superstition Review.
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