Our 2020 Pushcart Prize Nominations

By John B. Burroughs

This year, we nominated:

1968 through 1971, a selection from Alex Gildzen’s Alex in Movieland (1943-1973), which we published in February.

“PTSD Hushabye” by Carolyn Srygley-Moore, a poem from her Ode to Horatio and Other Saviors, which we published in October.

Congratulations and good luck!

Buy both together for $24 US and we’ll ship them free: paypal.me/crisischronicles

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Blood Pudding Press Four Day Holiday SALE!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Starting at midnight tonight, the Blood Pudding Press shop will offer a 4 day holiday sale lasting from November 28th through December 2, where most of the stuff in the shop will be 20% off.

Poetry chapbooks, poetry books, art will be available at 20% off starting RIGHT NOW. 💜🌟🖤

https://www.etsy.com/shop/BloodPuddingPress

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New! GUEST issue fourteen : The Entanglement Issue

By Juliet Blood Pudding

GUEST issue fourteen : The Entanglement Issue : guest-edited by Michael Sikkema, with work by Sue Bracken, Andrew Brenza, Megan Burns, Juliet Cook, Amanda Earl, Robert Martin Evans, Nathan Hauke, Jessie Janeshek, E.J. McAdams, Meredith Quartermain, and Claudia Coutu Radmore!

You can acquire your own copy of this new issue for $5 + postage / + $1 for Canadian orders; + $2 for US; + $6 outside of North America

https://guestpoetryjournal.blogspot.com/2020/11/issue-fourteen-entanglement-issue-guest.html

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A NEW Review of the Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, “i saw god cooking children / paint their bones” by john compton

By Juliet Blood Pudding

“These pieces stitched together in artistic fashion by a wonderful small press look to creators who fall out of love with their subjects. A parent treating its child poorly for how they’re born is like a god prone to damn all humanity without giving it a chance. Plenty of honest pictures lie within these beautiful pages. Every one of them unique.

– Tim Heerdink, author of Razed Monuments, The Human Remains, and Red Flag and Other Poems”

Thank you very much to Tim Heerdink for his wonderful review of the new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, “i saw god cooking children / paint their bones” by john compton

You can find out a bit more about and/or acquire your own copy of “i saw god cooking children / paint their bones” within the Blood Pudding Press shop HERE – https://www.etsy.com/listing/876451232/new-i-saw-god-cooking-children-paint?ref=shop_home_feat_1

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NEW! Three collaborative poems by Juliet Cook and Martin Willitts Jr appear in Misfit Magazine!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Juliet Cook is delighted to be included in the new Issue No. 31, Fall 2020 of Misfit Magazine, alongside Martin Willitts Jr.! Three collaborative poems filled with skeletons, spiders, and little gothic girls are making an appearance, along with lots of other wonderful writer’s poetry too!

“I conducted a mental security check until a tiny spider
crawled out of my head and the skeleton picked it
as our leader in the parade of disintegrating skull heads.”



read more HERE – http://misfitmagazine.net/archive/No-31/cook-willitts.html

Partake of the entire issue – http://misfitmagazine.net/archive/No-31/index.html

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NEW! Juliet Cook’s poem “Dried Out” is inside EXCUSE ME Mag!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

EXCUSE ME Mag No. 4, FALL, 2020: The BLOOD & BAD TIMES (which includes Juliet Cook’s poem “Dried Out”) is now available.

Find out more and/or acquire a copy for yourself HERE (PDF $2 or print $5) –

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NEW! Two of Juliet Cook’s Museum of Impending Death poems AND a collaborative poem by Cook and Martin Willitts Jr appear in Sublunary Review!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Sublunary Review includes two of Juliet Cook’s Museum of Impending Death poems and a collaborative poem by Cook and Martin Willitts Jr.

“”Old journals flew into abandoned birds’ nests.
Old boyfriends got flushed down the toilet, clogged the drain.
Letter after letter crossed itself off, fervent exclamation
points turned into worms.”

Read more HERE – https://www.sublunaryreview.com/home/musem-of-impending-death-and-my-journal-has-never-been-the-same

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i saw god cooking children / paint their bones by john compton (Blood Pudding Press, 2020) has found a new home!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

John Burroughs received new books today, including the new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook, “i saw god cooking children / paint their bones” with poems by john compton, cover art by Sandra Feen, and an inside review/blurb by Burroughs himself!

Here is Burroughs’ review:

“I keep devouring this chapbook over and over because john compton’s work richly rewards repeat readings.

i saw god cooking children / paint their bones showcases the best of it with delightfully rich detail, fine turns of phrase and lean and engaging true tales.

Blood Pudding Press’ wonderful handcrafted artistry gives you another reason to want to keep picking it up.

But instead of going on and on about how much I like this collection, I encourage you to procure your own copy and see what I mean.”

—John Burroughs, Ohio Beat Poet Laureate, 2019-2021, and author of Rattle and Numb.

Thank you to John Burroughs for this photo and his review 💜!

Anyone interested can find out a bit more about this new Blood Pudding Press poetry chapbook and/or acquire their own copy, HERE – photo by John Burroughs

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NEW! Three of Juliet Cook’s Twin Peaks inspired poems are making an appearance in DIAGRAM 20.5!

By Juliet Blood Pudding Juliet Cook is delighted to have three new Twin Peaks inspired poems appearing in the new issue 20.5 of DIAGRAM!

“INVADED CORES” ❤️- “CAPTIVE COHABITATION” 💙- “IN MY DEATH BAG” 💜

http://thediagram.com/20_5/cook.html

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Your mouth opens wide and an insect crawls in and out.
The bed sheets harden into exoskeletons.

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NEW! FEARLESS 72 includes two of Juliet Cook’s poems, among many others!

By Juliet Blood Pudding

Two of Juliet Cook’s poems are appearing in the new issue of FEARLESS #72! Happy late night Halloween and beyond!

Bridal Meat Doll makes a creepy appearance on page 12.

Fiery Arena is sizzling on page 27.

Lots of other darkly delicious offerings too!
Read the fearlessness HERE – https://archive.org/details/fearless-72/mode/2up

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