Lynn Alexander published a special edition of MUST microzine to commemorate 100 Thousand Poets for Change and distributed copies free at our 9/24/2011 event in Elyria, Ohio.  Issue #16 includes poems by Dianne Borsenik, Aleathia Drehmer, Lynn Alexander, Clarissa Jakobsons, Heather Ann Schmidt and me.  If you missed it, find all the info you need to get a copy (and submit to future issues) at http://mustzine.blogspot.com.

Kevin Eberhardt, author of the recently published chapbook Burnin’ Shadows, has a new blog you might want to check out at http://octoberconspiracy.blogspot.com.

And finally, you may recall that last year The Poet’s Haven published an anthology called Vending Machine for Change in conjunction with the Music for Meals food drive.  Well, it’s now been reissued in a free digital version that you can download here.  I hear they’re also now accepting submissions for a second volume.


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