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Hi Poetry and Film Lovers,

The Yarre Stooker film Mary, based on my poem “Mary” and starring the virgin whore poetess Win Harms in the title role, has now been wonderfully presented in Urban Graffiti magazine. You can read the write-up and see the film right here

Once you have done, by all means send the link to your friends and colleagues. We want Mary to go viral. She deserves to!

We will of course be entering Mary in film festivals. Should it win anything like an Oscar, you’ll surely hear 🙂

Cheers, EDDIE

“I suspect Mary will win many awards at film festivals. It is the best
cinematic treatment of a poem I have seen in a very long time.”
Urban Graffiti editor Mark McCawley

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Barcelona INK

November 12, 2012 by

Buenos dias, amigos y amigas,

Or whatever time of day it is by thee when you get to see this.

Issue no. 10 of Barcelona INK is now available. In both print and Kindle editions. For an enlarged view of the cover, and to read a summary of the contents, scroll down here

And here you have the Kindle edition

Which can be downloaded to any eBook device, or free Kindle app

Barcelona INK is the only English-language literary magazine devoted
exclusively to the Catalan capital.

I am very pleased to be appearing in this issue, with two poems (“A World
Afar” and “Detached Observer”) plus a 20-questions interview.

Also be sure to check out the omnibus Best of Barcelona INK near the bottom
of their page.

Order now and enjoy!

Vaya con Dios, EDDIE

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Dear Fellow Poetry Lovers,

I am at once pleased and proud to announce that my classic poem “Mary” is now appearing in the excellent online magazine Urban Graffiti. It is there together with a video clip of me reciting the poem at Ana Montana’s outrageously wonderful sAlon dAdA, in Amsterdam. (This clip was made by Helena Karsten, with whom I’m now working on a film adaptation of “Mary.”) And is further accompanied by the famous Diana Blok & Marlo Broekmans Pietà photograph. In which I am Mary to Diana’s Jesus.

You can get to all of that right now, right here

That’s it, folks. See how short and sweetly to the point I can be sometimes 🙂

Cheers, EDDIE

Urban Graffiti magazine

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Dear Friends,

I simply cannot resist sending this out. That’s how truly chuffed I am (as the English like to say).

bart plantenga, author of the fantabulously wild-cum-surrealistically inebriated novel Beer Mystic, is progressively penning a profile of each and every one of the 40-odd people/websites/magazines/blogs that are hosting chapters of his book. And now it’s my turn. bart’s piece on me is entitled “Eddie Don’t Do Beer.” And the lad is right. Except for the very occasional witbier or Weißbier (with a slice of lemon added!) on a hot summer’s afternoon, I am nowadays pretty much a gentleman wino.

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Dear lovers of literature and the arts,

My recent and very short story “Chocolate Delight” has just been published in Sensitive Skin magazine. And you can read it now!

But there’s more to tell. Beginning with the news that after 28 years Exquisite Corpse is no more.

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One Summer

December 2, 2010 by

In early July, Blackbird Poetry published Richard Jurgens’ exquisite collection of love poems entitled One Summer. Among those who took especial delight in the book was the poet and editor Richard Livermore, whose online magazine Ol’ Chanty has graciously given this website permission to post his highly favorable review.

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Jack Micheline rides again!

November 26, 2010 by

November greetings, y’all!

I hope you are keeping warm or cool or dry, depending on what the weather is like in your part of the world.

But wherever you are, you’re only a couple of clicks away from ordering issue #63 of Beat Scene magazine. Which is hot off the press and contains (along with so much else) my definitive interview with the late troubadour poet Jack Micheline.

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