TARPAULIN SKY seeks submissions of highest quality poetry, prose,
reviews and visual arts for the Spring 2003 issue.
Complete guidelines can be found at http://www.tarpaulinsky.com
the Winter 2003 Issue is currently online.
A few of the contributors in the current issue:
AL CAMP'S newspaper photos have won numerous awards, both regionally
and nationally. He¹s been in group shows at Gallery 76 in
Larson Gallery in Yakima and Confluence Gallery in Twisp. His photos
are in collections, including Washington State Museum of Natural
History and Sun Mountain Lodge. He¹s taught several photo classes
Wenatchee Valley College-North. Publications include "American
Cowboy," "Photo District News," "Washington," "American West,"
"Alaska," "National Enquirer" and "Woman¹s World."
TONY EPRILE, author of TEMPORARY SOJOURNER AND OTHER SOUTH AFRICAN
BARRY GIFFORD, whose books of poetry include REPLIES TO WANG WEI,
FLAUBERT AT KEY WEST, GHOSTS NO HORSE CAN CARRY, GIOTTO'S CIRCLE and
others. Gifford co-wrote with David Lynch the screenplay for LOST
HIGHWAY. Gifford's novels include WYOMING, THE SINALOA STORY, NIGHT
PEOPLE, WILD AT HEART and others.
LOUIS JENKINS, author of THE WINTER ROAD, JUST ABOVE WATER, NICE FISH:
NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, and others. Two of his prose poems were
published in THE BEST AMERICAN POETRY 1999.
JOHN PHILPIN, one of the first independent criminal profilers in the
United States, author of BEYOND MURDER (with John Donnelly),
STALEMATE, THE PRETTIEST FEATHERS (with Patricia Sierra), TUNNEL OF
NIGHT (with Patricia Sierra), DREAMS IN THE KEY OF BLUE, THE MURDER
CHANNEL, and JD (with Patricia Sierra.) He has appeared on "Unsolved
Mysteries," "The Geoff Metcalf Show," "Inside Edition," "The Jim
Bohannon Show," "America's Most Wanted," "Chronicle," "Northwest
Afternoon," "20/20 Downtown," the CBC's "As It Happens," and served as
guest commentator on Court TV's "Prime Time Justice."
DAG T. STRAUMSVÅG, whose first book of poems, EG ER SIMEN GUT, was
published in 1999 by Aschehoug. His poems were included in the
anthology KAFÉDIKT. He is currently working on his second book,
will be published in 2003.
MARK TURPIN is a carpenter. Sarabande Books will publish his first
full-length collection HAMMER in June, 2003. His poems have appeared
in the " Paris Review," "The Threepenny Review," "Ploughshares" and
elsewhere. In 1997 he received a Whiting Award, and this Labor Day
2002 his poem "The Box" was read for the occasion on "The Lehrer News
CONNIE WANEK, author of two books of poems, BONFIRE and the new
HARTLEY FIELD. Her poems have appeared in "Poetry," "The Atlantic
Monthly," "The Virginia Quarterly Review," "Quarterly West," and many
ANNE WINTERS, author of THE KEY TO THE CITY, poems nominated for the
National Book Critics Circle prize, and of SALAMANDER, translations of
French poetry, which won "Poetry Magazine"'s Glatstein Award. Her
poems, essays, and translations have appeared in "Paris Review," "The
New Yorker," "The New Republic," "Poetry," "Yale Review," and
And the list goes on. Read the current issue at www.tarpaulinsky.com.
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