September 29, 2007

Better Things!

The Summer 2007 issue of Pebble Lake Review is now online at In this issue: Kristin Aardsma, Sandra Beasley, Hayan Charara, Sean Thomas Dougherty, Daphne Gottlieb, James Harms, Alex Lemon, Timothy Liu, Jeffrey McDaniel, Hadara Bar-Nadav, Amy Newman, Juliet Patterson, Jon Pineda, and many more.

Plus reviews of Glean by Joshua Kryah, Severence by Robert Olen Butler, Dirt and All Its Dense Labor by Gabriel Welsch, This Clumsy Living by Bob Hicok, and Vitreous by David Ray Vance.

...Thanks, Amanda, for including me in such a beautiful magazine!


Valerie Loveland said...

I liked your poems, especially the line: "there’s no plan for sixty feet of hungry water."

carly said...

It's nice to hear your voice in Brooklyn! Congrats!

nate said...

Congrats, Sandra! I love PLR! And very nice reading too. Very much enjoyed.

Word verification: tkodqgyb, which, I assume, means the reading was a knockout?

Sandra said...

Gosh, it's really nice to have people go and take a look--and better yet, *like* the work. Thanks for the encouragment...I'm happy to report both those poems are in the book-to-be!

Nate, you have no idea what a hassle it was getting a microphone and software so I could record those poems, then converting the files to MP3. Glad it was worth it!

nate said...

Oh, Sandra, but I do... I was in the previous issue and recorded a poem for it, and geez, how difficult indeed to get software and record (the million different times before I was satisfied with a reading). I had help with obtaining software, but yes, the other stuff... ugh! It was a blast to do, though. And I really enjoy your work. I can't wait for the book. Autograph, right?