The first book from deadpaper press has arrived: Tim Gilmore's Horoscopes for Goblins: Poems, 2006-2009.deadpaper.org editor-in-chief, web design: Tim Gilmore
deadpaper [ ded -pey-per ] /not to be capitalized/
- a semiannual electronic journal of poetry.
- as originally defined in the inchoate incarnation of deadpaper that appeared from 2002 through 2005—a convergence, an epicenter, a nerve-center, an omphalos, a crossroads, a downtown of people wanting to write stories and lay verse —yet paradoxically, a decentralized network (of networks) of efforts that includes the electronic journal, regular readings in downtown Jacksonville, and poetic innovations among people who have something and/or someway to say.
- a deprived-of-life substance made from wood pulp, rags, straw, or other fibrous material, usually in thin sheets, used to bear writing or printing.
- in case it wasn't clear the first time, a deprived-of-life substance made from wood pulp, rags, straw, or other fibrous material, usually in thin sheets, used to bear writing or printing.
The Florida Community College at Jacksonville deadpaper Selection Committee, comprised of Erika Stein, Brandie Perrein, and Stephanie King, assisted in selecting submissions.
Submission guidelines: Please email all submissions to Tim Gilmore at email@example.com. We will try to respond to all submissions within one month of our receiving them. We would prefer not to receive simultaneous submissions.
Send your submissions in the body of your email. Please include your name, mailing address, email address, and one other form of contact information. Please include, as well, a usable bio.
After just over two years, the deadpaper monthly public readings have gone into a state of suspension.