Sunday, 13 October 2013

Turbulent Times

The latest news from our turbulent little world.

Turbulence 15
Turbulence 15 is being finalised this week.

Poets' News
Helen Mort has been appointed as Derbyshire Poet Laureate.

New books / chapbooks
Byron Beynon's latest collection, The Echoing Coastline (Agenda Editions).
Dave Malone's new collection View from the North Ten (Mongrel Empire Press). 

Journal Releases
Issue 3 of The English Chicago Review is out now. 

Events
25th October, 7PM,  London: The launch of Enemies: The Selected Collaborations of SJ Fowler at Toynbee Studios, London E1 6AB. Free entry.

Turbulent Times
If you are a Turbulence contributor (past or present) and have news of an event, collection, chapbook, project, call for submissions or anything else literature-related, drop us an email at turbulencemagazine@gmail.com and we'll endeavour to include it in the next Turbulent Times post.

Sunday, 6 October 2013

Turbulent Times

The latest news from our turbulent little world.

Website news:
We've added a new section to the website for links to contributors' sites and projects. If you are a contributor (past or present) and your site is missing, please drop us a line and we will update the list.

New books / chapbooks:
Peter Branson's latest collection, Red Hill (Lapwing).
Peter Cowlam's new novel, Who's Afraid of the Booker Prize? (CentreHouse Press).
Chris Crittenden's full-length collection, Jugularity (Anvil and Hammer).
Tamara J Madison's latest collection, Kentucky Curdled.
Helen Mort's Division Street (Chatto & Windus).
Bethany W Pope's second collection, Crown of Thorns (Oneiros Books).
Kevin Ridgeway's chapbooks, All the Rage (Electric Windmill Press).
Miles Salters' second collection, Animals (Valley Press). 

Forthcoming books / chapbooks:
Steve Rudd's latest collection, Fifty States of Being is coming soon from Valley Press. Check out Steve's website for details.
Sam Smith's new crime novel, Marraton, is due out early November. Check out Sam's website for details. 

Interviews:
Laura Cesarco Eglin has been interviewed for a Words on a Wire podcast. 

Turbulent Times:
If you are a Turbulence contributor (past or present) and have news of an event, collection, chapbook, project, call for submissions or anything else literature-related, drop us an email at turbulencemagazine@gmail.com and we'll endeavour to include it in the next Turbulent Times post.

Thursday, 8 August 2013

Issue 15 submissions

We're currently reading for issue 15 of Turbulence. If you would like to submit, please send up to six previously unpublished poems and a brief, third-person biographical note to us at turbulencemagazine@gmail.com, the deadline for issue 15 is August 25th - any submissions received after this time will be considered for issue 16. We would encourage people submitting to read a previous issue of Turbulence, not only will this give you an idea of the poetry we tend to go for, but it also helps in keeping this wholly-unfunded project going. Copies are available via "Buying Turbulence" section of this website.

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Turbulence 14 is out now!

Issue 14 of Turbulence is out now! The latest instalment features poetry from David Andrew, Aaron Anstett, David Bellusci, Byron Beynon, Ken Champion, Joe Eldridge, Chris Fenton, Andy Fletcher, Kathy Halliday, Scott Hartwich, Anne Higgins, Maria C.G. Hofman, Fred Johnston, Ric Lee, David Lewitzky, Mary McCollum, Robert Nisbet, Kate O'Shea, Bethany W Pope, Pam Riley, Stephen R Roberts, Anthony Ward and Lucy Winrow. The cover artist is Susan Duncan.

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Monday, 18 March 2013

Issue 14 submissions

The ink has dried on Turbulence 13 and now it is time for us to start actively reading for issue 14. If you have submitted to us for issue 14 already, we should be getting back to you in the next few weeks. If you haven't submitted to issue 14, please send up to 6 poems and a brief, third-person biographical note to us at turbulencemagazine@gmail.com. Also, if you know of a poet whose work might interest us, please do pass on our details. The deadline for submissions is April 30th, for full details, please see the "submissions" section of the website. We actively encourage people submitting to read a previous issue of Turbulence, not only will this give you an idea of the poetry we tend to go for, but it also helps in keeping this wholly-unfunded project going.

Saturday, 16 March 2013

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Back Issues

Don't panic if your collection of Turbulence is incomplete! All of the Turbulence back issues are now available to purchase in the UK via the website.