Thursday, December 1, 2016

Due to personal issues this project and all others associated with Kind of a Hurricane Press are closed indefinitely.  All work that has already been published will remain live on the site.  All work that was accepted but has not been published is now released back to the author.  All print copies and issues will remain available through their current sales channels.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Blood And Cardboard -- Dan von der Embse

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Dan von der Embse was born and raised in Mansfield, Ohio, educated in Catholic schools, and graduated from Ashland University with a B.A. degree in Theatre.  He began writing poetry after a four-decade career as a copywriter for advertising agencies in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Seattle, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City.  His poems appear in The Missing Slate, Across the Margin, Harpoon Review, Decanto, Poetry Pacific and Poetry Quarterly.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Visions -- Duane Locke

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Duane Locke lives in Tampa, Florida near anhinga, gallinules, raccoons, alligators, etc.  He has published 6701 poems, including 29 books of poems.  His latest book publication (April 2012) is Duane Lock, The First Decade, 1968-1978 (Bitter Oleander Press).  This book is a republication of his first eleven books, containing 333 pages.

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Bullet Points -- Don Thompson

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Don Thompson and his wife, Chris, have lived most of their lives where they were born:  in the farm country of the southern San Joaquin Valley.  He has been writing about the region for over fifty years.  For more information and links to his publications, visit his website, San Joaquin Ink (

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Sinners Like Us -- Grace Maselli

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Grace Maselli studied in New York City at the Writers Studio founded by American poet and author Philip Schultz.  Her work has appeared in Cleaver Magazine, Poydras Review, Streetlight Magazine and The Penmen Review.  Her poem, What the Hair is Going On? was published as a mini chapbook by Phfours Press, Ottowa, Canada.  She lives in North Tampa, FL, with a husband, two kids, three dogs, and two guinea pigs.