Erotic Poetry Contest Results

A fond thank you to everyone who sent poems for our inaugural Erotic Poetry Contest. It was a delight to read so much evocative work. Matthew Murrey's "In the Thick of It" has been selected as the winner. His poem will appear in our broadside series and the forthcoming Issue 7. You can pre-order the broadside here.

We would also like to acknowledge the following  poets and their astonishing erotic poems, which will be included in Issues 7 & 8 later this year: 

  • David Axelrod: "Lastness," 
    "Song of 45° N, 118° W"

  • Amber Brodie: "Lover in the Pacific"

  • Katie Kurtz: "fucking"

  • Philip Metres: "Interior with Silk" 

  • William Palomo: "Anonas" 

Interview with Entropy

Read founder and editor Christopher Nelson’s conversation with Entropy Magazine about the history of the Press and journal, publishing today, and where we are headed in the future!:

Announcing the Publication of bonehouse by Erika Brumett!

"[These are] poems of vivid, precise and inventive language informed by science and scientific lore both wonderful and weird." —Carolyn Wright.

"Like a zombie in a room full of formaldehyde-pickled brains, I kept muttering 'give me more.' This collection is an insane delight." —D.A. Powell

"[Brumett returns] the reader again and again to the body in all its malformations, odd pieces and purposes, and, ultimately, its capability for bliss." —Rachel Morgan

Congratulations to Richard Jones

Richard Jones' new book, Stranger on Earth, was published today by Copper Canyon Press. Richard's poems have appeared in Issues 1, 2, 3 & 4 of Under a Warm Green Linden. May his words continue to find their place in the world! 

Barbara Cully & Boyer Rickel Chapbook Launch Reading

The University of Arizona Poetry Center, March 31, 2018

Replanting the Coconino National Forest

National Forest Foundation

With your generous support, we have been able to make a donation to plant 40 trees in the Coconino National Forest in northern Arizona, an area devastated by the Schultz fire of 2010. Thanks to the National Forest Foundation for their efforts. 

Late Fall Planting

Bur Oak, Red Oak, Gray Dogwood, River Birch, Sargent Crabapple, Blue Spruce, Washington Hawthorn, Tuliptree, Arrowwood Viburnum!