MÖBIUS THE POETRY MAGAZINE, FOR SALEJuanita Torrence-Thompson, Editor-in-Chief/Publisher/Owner of internationally acclaimed Mobius, The Poetry Magazine, seeks poets, editors, colleges, or organizations interested in purchasing and publishing 32 year-old print magazine. Serious buyers only. Previous contributors include Billy Collins, Rita Dove, Nikki Giovanni, Marge Piercy, Robert Bly, Sonia Sanchez, Naomi Shihab Nye, Charles Simic, Cornelius Eady, Elizabeth Alexander, Colette Inez, Yusef Komunyakaa, Diane Wakoski, Samuel Menashe, Maurice Kenny, Simon Perchik, Lyn Lifshin, Duane Niatum, Joseph Bruchac, Ed Galing, Daniela Gioseffi, Louis Reyes Rivera, Hal Sirowitz, Stephen Stepanchev, Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, Daniel Thomas Moran, A.D. Winans, etc. www.mobiuspoetry.com. For more information, email email@example.com.
Juanita Torrence-Thompson hosts Möbius, The Poetry Magazine 30th Anniversary Celebration with songs by Jimmy Roberts
Saturday, October 27th, 4:15-6:15 PM, plus reception ends 7pm – (Click here for printable pdf flyer) Juanita Torrence-Thompson hosts Möbius, The Poetry Magazine 30th Anniversary Celebration with songs by Jimmy Roberts, composer of "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change," and poets presenting: E.J. Antonio, Dominick Arbolay, Laura Boss, Patricia Carragon, Gil Fagiani, Daniela Gioseffi, Barbara Hantman, Cindy Hochmn, Evie Ivy, Maria Lisella, George H. Northrup, Helen Peterson, Jimmy Roberts, Thaddeus Rutkowski & Host, Juanita Torrence-Thompson. Admission $7 at door. RSVP to ensure seat: mobiusmag[at]earthlink.net Venue: Episcopal Actors Guild, 1 East 29th Street, (between 5th Ave. & Madison Avenues), NYC, 2nd floor (chair lift available).
MÖBIUS THE POETRY MAGAZINE HITS ANOTHER HOME RUN
The prestigious Small Magazine Review, connected to Small Magazine Review, picked Möbius, The Poetry Magazine for the 5th consecutive year as one of the best poetry magazines. Editor-in-Chief Juanita Torrence-Thompson is assisted by Senior Associate Editor Dominick Arbolay, Associate Editor and proofreader, Cindy Hochman of Harrison/Hochman “100 Proof,” Proofreader Barbara Hantman all in NY and Ellaraine Lockie and Bill Roberts from the West Coast and mid-west respectfully.
In additon, Small Magazine Review wrote a glowing review of Möbius, The Poetry Magazine’s 29th Anniversary editon starting with the headline one dreams about, “JUST WONDERFUL!” Reviewer Pam Rosenblatt writes such poets as, “Ed Galing, Lyn Lifshin, Simon Perchik, Marge Piercy and A.D. Winans are just some of the spectacular poets found in this exciting issue of Möbius.” She also highlights former U.S. Poet Laureate, Rita Dove And Georgia Ann Banks Martin’s poems which appear on the first page as “wonderful, vivid, descriptive poems that start the magazine off in positive tones.”
Furthermore, she has anointed our former Queens Poet Laureate, Hal Sirowitz, with the distinction of illustrating how poetry can be fun by publishing his poem “My Baseball Story.” from Möbius.
Rosenblatt ends with this observation: “Möbius, The Poetry Magazine 2011 is a diverse, intriguing magazine that captures your attention and makes you think imaginatively and thoughtfully, as well as poetically.”
Juanita Torrence-Thompson says there are a few copies left. She also urges you to check out the special 30th Anniversary issue due in November, 2012. Torrence-Thompson promises a poetic lineup of Whos Who, as well as our tri-state, nation wide and international poets. See website soon and watch for announcement of Möbius’ special 30th Anniversary New York reading at: www.mobiuspoetry.com.
The full Small Magazine Review is at July/Aug 2012 Small Press Review online.
MÖBIUS CONTEST FINAL DEADLINE
JUANITA TORRENCE-THOMPSON, Editor-in-Chief/Publisher of award-winning Möbius, The Poetry Magazine announced a FINAL EXTENSION through JULY 31, 2012 of the 4th Dr. Zylpha Mapp Robinson International Poetry Award. SEE FULL CONTEST GUIDELINES on the web site www.mobiuspoetry.com. First Prize: $200. Second Prize: Selected Möbius, Third Prize: audiobook: “Poetry Among the Flowers: Queens Meets Asia” by Juanita Torrence-Thompson. 3 Honorable Mentions. This is Möbius' 30th Year of continuous publication for this non-profit international magazine. EMAIL SUBMISSIONS COMPULSORY for contest, followed by SNAIL MAIL submissions of the same poems. bio, SASE & $15 contest check, if you enter contest. ALL contest poems considered for publication. No withdrawals after poetry accepted.
Copyright (©) 2012 by Juanita Torrence-Thompson. All rights revert to authors upon publication. All rights, including electronic, are reserved by the authors.
Möbius, The Poetry Magazine is a non-profit 501 (C) (3) literary magazine
SEE BELOW, INCREDIBLE REVIEW from IRELAND
The Western Writers Centre - Kiosque Book News & Reviews. See at: http://www.twwc.ie - Click on Kiosque (right side of web site) and scroll down to Möbius.
Below is an EXCERPT of review:
“Calling Möbius a poetry magazine is like calling ERIC CLAPTON a guitar player. It’s a lavishly-produced, silver-covered (no, I am not joking) exhibition-space for all sorts of poetry, published with a stanza-staggering professional allure that should scare off small magazines everywhere. Published from Flushing, New York, it is celebrating with this issue its quarter-century with no fewer than 148 poets on display, all under a variety of theme headings, such as “Family & Relationships,” “Art & Culture,” “The World About Us.,” and so on. This last category containing work on Darfur, the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya, the Middle East, Iraq, and a scathing satire, “The Cabinet Talks War,” from Arthur Gottlieb. Anyone who thinks American poets aren’t engaging with these subjects should think again. Some readers over here may recall the poet SAMUEL MENASHE, who visited Galway a few years ago... I have not run into Val Nolan, who is listed as teaching poetry at NUI Galway. His poem is dedicated to Megan Buckley, whom I think I may know. The work is wonderfully varied, a veritable anthology, and submissions are welcome. WELL WORTH A LOOK.”
MÖBIUS The Poetry Magazine - 29th Anniversary Edition - 2011
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