From Thomas Walton of Pageboy Magazine

Thomas Walton, Editor of Pageboy, Wearer of Bowties

Greetings,

     If you didn’t know already, and if you haven’t sent work already, well, PageBoy Magazine is currently gathering material for its upcoming issue. We are looking for poetry and prose and. Essays and artwork and. Fakes and masterpieces so long as they are, well, wonderful. We will publish anything that is beautiful, even ugly things. Please send us your work!
     PageBoy is now in 21 different shops or libraries in 6 different cities! If your work is in our magazine, it will be read far and wide and red. You will become famous! and rich! and happy! So send your best work, and we will read it closely and carefully, lovingly and alley.
     Email it to us as a word.doc attachment okay?
     Visit the blog at pageboymagazine.blogspot.com for more info and a sense of what we might be interested in. Please forward this to anyone who may or may not be interested in becoming famous in this way. Getting rich has never been easier, or more impossible. If you can do it, you can do it too!
     Oh yes! and if you haven’t seen issue III 11 let us know and we will send you one. It’s full of beauty and profanity and lewdness and calamity… and we’re not just saying that because those words are the same.
     PageBoy Magazine: Better than a Yum Yum Cafe in Chinatown.
          Humbly,
                   -Thomas Walton (ed.) pageboymagazine@hotmail.com

About Splabman

Poet/interviewer Paul Nelson: Founded: SPLAB (Seattle Poetics LAB) & the Cascadia Poetry Festival Wrote: American Sentences (2015), A Time Before Slaughter (2010) and Organic in Cascadia: A Sequence of Energies (Lumme Editions, Brazil, 2013). His 2015 interview with José Kozer was published in 2016 (Ranchos Press) as Tiovivo Tres Amigos. Interviewed: Allen Ginsberg, Michael McClure, Joanne Kyger, Robin Blaser, Anne Waldman, Ed Sanders, Diane di Prima, Nate Mackey, George Bowering, Brenda Hillman, among others and is engaged in a 20 year bioregional cultural investigation of Cascadia, including the festival, a MOOC (Innovative Cascadia Poetry), interviews with Cascadia poets indigenous elders and activists, and the anthology Make It True: Poetry From Cascadia. Paul is co-editor of that anthology as well as 56 Days of August the poetry postcard anthology and writes an American Sentence daily. *MOOC = Massive Open Online Course
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