[Ex]tinguished & [Ex]tinct: An Anthology of Things That No Longer [Ex]ist, edited by John McCarthy, is currently available through amazon.com and these distributors listed on the Twelve Winters Press web page. 146 pages.
An anthology of poems, prose poems and flash fiction centering on the theme of things that are extinguished or extinct, from jukeboxes to insects to languages, and more.
Twelve Winters Press
Features poems “Something About Darwin” and “A Brief History of the Passenger Pigeon” by Lynn Pedersen, along with 36 other contributors.
Other Countries: Contemporary Poets Rewiring History
The Rewiring History Project is about the dynamic ways that living poets respond to and reshape the way we see the past. Edited by Clarie Trevien and Gareth Prior. Available from Inpress Books.
Other Countries: Contemporary Poets Rewiring History is an anthology of contemporary poetry that engages with events and figures of the past in new compelling ways. Within these pages are fresh and vibrant poems that have found inspiration in history – from poets who share Eliot’s awareness “not only of the pastness of the past, but of its presence”, to those who challenge our established narratives and give voice to history’s marginalized. These are poems that are concerned with our shared and conflicting histories.
Stone, River, Sky: Georgia Poetry Anthology
The Georgia Poetry Anthology is edited by Melissa Dickson and Scott Wilkerson. Forthcoming from Negative Capability Press in 2015. Features “Why We Speak English.”
Available from Amazon
Stone, River, Sky: an Anthology of Georgia Poems brings together the work of more than 140 poets in a collection of sweeping diversity and joyous engagement with the muse. Reaching beyond the simple portraiture of Georgia as a location in time and space, these poems show us Georgia as a haunted reverie, a lyrical gesture, a storm of history, a shifting tableau of desire and imagination.
Our Place: Writings About the Earth features the poems “The Rift,” and “How to Speak Nineteenth Century.”
Metamorphosis: Writings About Aging features the poems “How to Move Away,” “At Forty,” and “My Grandmother Peels Apples for Sauce.”
Future Cycle Press 2015. Edited by David Chorlton and Robert S. King.