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Coming soon: Winter/Spring 2016 issue

Posted on June 6th, 2016.

The upcoming issue will include poems by Trent Busch, Patricia Callan, Kevin Craft, Kaya Erbil, CJ Giroux, Jan D. Hodge, Adrianne Kalfopoulou, Christos Kalli, Jean L. Kreiling, Paul Lamar, Charlotte Mandel, Alice Teeter, Carol Tyx, Maria Luise Weissmann (translated from the German by James Owens), and Gail White. In every issue Calamaro brings attention to a poet not sufficiently known or honored, hoping its readers will delve deeper into the work of the featured poet. In our Winter/Spring 2016 issue we profile Paul Laurence Dunbar and reprint a number of his poems, including formal verse and dialect poems.

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Request a free copy to be sent anywhere in the world!

Posted on May 16th, 2016.

We are offering up to 50 free copies of each issue to readers outside the United States until we get set up with PayPal. We are also offering a limited number of free copies of each issue to individuals within the United States. Please email your postal address and which issue you would like to receive to calamaromagazine@gmail.com.

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Our third issue is here!

Posted on February 28th, 2016.

See our Current Issue page for a selection of poems from our third issue by Hal Sirowitz, Elton Glaser, Dorothy Howe Brooks, Eric Nelson, Adrian Fillion and Brook J. Sadler. The third issue also includes poems by Kevin Durkin, George Freek, Rupert Fike, Beatrice Perry Soublet, Ed Shacklee, John Manesis, Kevin Casey, Robert Lee Kendrick, C. B. Anderson, Allen Strous, David Kitchel, Tovah S. Yavin, C. Cleo Creech, Joseph S. Salemi, Daniel Corrie, Ferral Willcox and Jane Blanchard.

In every issue Calamaro brings attention to a poet not sufficiently known or honored, hoping its readers will delve deeper into the work of the featured poet. In this issue we profile Emily Brontë (1818-1848) and reprint seven of her poems: “No coward soul is mine,” “Spellbound,” “The Old Stoic,” “I am the only being whose doom,” “All day I’ve toiled but not with pain,” “Fall leaves, fall; die, flowers, away” and “Love and Friendship.”