NEW PUBLISHED WORK by Penn Kemp

Poems and Prose, up on the links below

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“Commedia”, Dance Macabre, e-anthology,
http://www.amazon.com/DM-Commedia-Cristin-OKeefe-Aptowicz-ebook/dp/B00SKNV5VC/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1421935450&sr=1-1

“In Celebration of Forest”, NEW ::: POETRY international magazine, http://www.newpoetry.net/npen/1.html. Stan Lauk, editor-in-chief.

Poems for Alice Munro: “Telling Tales”, “Goldilocks Meets Alice in Huron County” and “The Hart of London””, Alice Munro: A Souwesto Celebration , issue of The Windsor Review, John B. Lee and J.R.(Tim) Struthers, guest co-editors. http://windsorreview.wordpress.com/.

“Daphne Marlatt presented by Penn Kemp”, “Celebrating Daphne Marlatt, from Trance Form”, Celebration of Canadian Poetry, February 12, 2015 on http://www.brickbooks.ca/category/news/celebrate-canadian-poetry/.

“Dear Mentor/Tormentor”, Love where the Nights Are Twice As Long: Love Letters of Canadian Poets from Goose Lane Editions, http://gooselane.com/books.php?ean=9780864923844. The audio for this poem is up on
http://wherethenights.tumblr.com/post/109303073146/penn-kemp-1975-age-31-from-where-the-nights-are, http://wherethenights.tumblr.com/. The poem can be read on https://pennkemp.wordpress.com/2015/01/28/love-where-the-nights-are-twice-as-long-love-letters-of-canadian-poets/.

“PreSages”, http://www.londonpoetryopenmic.com/frank-davey-blog/derek-beaulieu-deplores-hopelessly-tired-irrelevant-poetry, comment.

“Die Versify,” Revolver. http://www.around-around.com/short/.
“magnificent and powerful.” Edward Pickersgill
https://pennkemp.wordpress.com/2015/01/02/remember-summer-die-versify-a-poem/. The original version is on http://www.mytown.ca/ev.php?URL_ID=104018&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC. My text and performance are sampled and synthesized by composer Bill Gilliam for their CD, From the Lunar Plexus.

“Walking on the Moon in Moulah Ibrahim”, http://cordite.org.au/content/poetry/ohcanada/ http://cordite.org.au/poetry/ohcanada/walking-on-the-moon/

“Wonder Woman”, http://metronews.ca/news/london/1200230/audio-london-poet-penn-kemp-talks-halloween-and-wonder-woman/

“Climbing Jacob’s Ladder, Blanched, and Crossing Point’, e-anthology from Danse Macabre ~ An Online Literary Magazine, http://dmpublications.blogspot.com

“Shooting the duck”, http://creativeage.ca/stories/shooting-the-duck-by-penn-kemp/

“Her orbit of ellipsis”, http://creativeage.ca/stories/her-orbit-of-ellipsis-by-penn-kemp-london-ontario/, http://www.lfpress.com/entertainment/2010/09/24/15461381.html

“Creative Aging for Boomers”, Art-in-Society #14, 2014. http://www.art-in-society.de/AS14/PK/creative-aging.html, www.creativeagelondon.ca/stories

“Flux Flash Flood” is the day’s choice for September 24, 2014 @bookgaga @jaduperreault #todayspoem http://www.pinterest.com/todayspoem/todays-poem. The poem is up on http://www.library.utoronto.ca/canpoetry/kemp/poem2.htm.

“Creative Aging for Boomers ”, Art in Society #14, 2014. http://www.art-in-society.de/AS14/PK/creative-aging.html

“Ode to Tim Two-Bitswhopper’, audio and text, http://metronews.ca/news/london/1144051/audio-london-poet-penn-kemp-on-the-marriage-between-tim-hortons-and-burger-king/

“Remembering Jack”. Recalling Jack Layton’s state funeral. http://www.quattrobooks.ca/remembering-jack/

“Night Orchestra”, The Poetry Jar, http://poetryajar.wordpress.com/2014/08/11/night-orchestra-penn-kemp/. Another version of this sound poem can be read and heard on www.mytown.ca/pennkemp

“Man Date”, http://qarrtsiluni.com/2009/11/12/man-date/: http://qarrtsiluni.files.wordpress.com/2009/10/kemp-man-date-podcast.mp3

“In Our Back Yard” http://mosstrill.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/penn-kemp/ and reposted in https://pennkemp.wordpress.com/2014/07/23/penn-kemp

Warm wishes for the New Year… may it be propitious, prolific and politically astute!  Happy, healthy too….

Penn

London poet Penn Kemp.Photos: Calgary International Spoken Word Festival and Metro London.

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2 thoughts on “NEW PUBLISHED WORK by Penn Kemp

  1. dtaylor401 says:

    Trees, please (from another post). I like that idea a lot. It’s the way forward by paying attention to what we’ve had.

    Liked by 1 person

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