Magazine. Fiction. Poetry. MUDFISH, a collection of art and poetry (and some fiction), takes its title from the storyteller's stool in Nigerian art. The poems each tell a story. They are resonant, and visceral, encapsulating our unique human experiences. There is a wide range to the subject matter and style, but the poems all have breath and life, a living voice.
Additional Authors: Jennifer Belle, Marina Rubin, Lawrence Applebaum, Charles Simic, John Ashberry, Frank Stella, Michael Montlack, Stephanie Dickinson, Rob Cook, David Potter, Colette Inez, Nancy Hechinger.
|Publisher:||Box Turtle Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.80(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Founded in 1984, MUDFISH has sought to bring readers poetry, interwoven with art, that will startle with its telling. MUDFISH has featured work from the best established and emerging artists and poets—including John Ashbery, and Frank Stella—since it burst onto the poetry scene in 1984. World famous, with a cult following, the collection contains the passionate, edgy, intimate voice of the 21st century. MUDFISH is a memorable read, a handsome and generous book that will surprise and delight and last.
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Wonderful Book. Read " The Man I Love" by Sara Patton.
Mudfish is one of the most fantastic small literary journals, with a keen eye and a sense of style. With a slight slant towards writing with a sense of story, this eclectic journal is a hit every time.