September 7, 2019 – Excited to have a book review for my feature-length collection of poetry and prose Indelible Fingerprints (Alien Buddha Press, April 2019) published today at Ethos Literary Journal! Many thanks to Chief Editor Kiriti Sengupta and for all his support and Sarbajit Sarkar for his wonderfully generous review!!!
Tag: Kiriti Sengupta
“Featured Poet of the Week” David A. Estringel at Fishbowl Press!!!
June 5, 2019 – The first “Featured Poet of the Week” at Fishbowl Press (posts available on Fishbowl’s website and Instagram) will be Fishbowl’s own Poetry Editor David A. Estringel. He offers three of his favorite poems (“And the Beat Goes On”, “joshua”, and “Kiss Me, Again, Again, and Again”) and answers some interview questions for the readers. Moreover, readers will be directed to Fishbowl Press’ poetry blog site, Fishbowl Press Poetry, to view David’s profile and even more in-depth interview questions. Over the remaining weeks in June, David will feature some hand-selected poets he would like to introduce to everyone, featuring their work and profiles here on Fishbowl Press Poetry. Starting July 2019, Fishbowl Press’ “Featured Poets of the Week” will be selected from our general calls for submission.
As of now, the month of July is almost booked! Lots of great work that has been submitted so far. Poets, whose work has already been accepted, will be mentioned in upcoming posts on Fishbowl Press Poetry soon, namely, some tidbits about the poets and the work readers can expect to see starting July 2019.
A new book review by Fishbowl Press’ Poetry Editor David A. Estringel of Kiriti Sengupta’s book of poetry, Rituals (Hawakal Publishers), is also available for view, so take a look!
Book Review: Kiriti Sengupta’s Rituals submitted for publication!
May 2, 2019 – The book review for Kiriti Sengupta’s book of poetry, Rituals, was wrapped up today and submitted to various venues for publication. Many thanks to Kiriti and his publishing house Hawakal Publishers for reaching out and asking me to review this marvelous piece of work. It was an absolute pleasure to engage with.
Current reviews in the works are Amirah Al Wassif’s For Those Who Don’t Know Chocolate and ReVerse Butcher’s On the Rod, an Artist’s Book.