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Ink’s video about his poem in the Current Issue…..

This Interactivity of The Idiom’s issues is going great!

This week we have a video by Andrew “Ink” Feindt for his untitled poem in the Current Issue.

You can get to it by the linked panel in the The Idiom Magazine section at the top of the page
or download the PDF file of the current issue and find Ink’s poem and the hyperlinks at the bottom which will bring you to his video.

Orrr….what the Hell, I’ll make it super easy and just put Ink’s link right here

Stay tuned in the upcoming weeks for a video of Keith Baird and his poem and some more to come before we start making the May Issue which will be released at Live Stock!

Tollbooth Book Release Party Video!

A few weeks back we had two book release parties for Piscataway House Publication’s new novel, Tollbooth.  One party was at Revolutionary Lounge and the other was at Eight Sixteen Recording Studio.  At both we had a whole slew of people reading their words, playing their music, and Bud Smith reading from his novel….Here’s the link to the Video

You can buy the book on Amazon and soon off The Idiom Website Book Page

Tollbooth book release party tonight!

Tonight is the book release party for Bud Smith’s novel, Tollbooth published by Piscataway House Publications.

Go to Revolutionary Lounge in Toms River from 7-9 to hear Bud Smith read excerpts from his book and performances by Mark Brunetti, Love Hustle, Chris Rockwell, and Nathan Dickinson….

The book will sell at a release party discount of $8! Come on out, meet the author and publishers and be a part of that ever growing jersey literary scene…

Tollbooth is coming!

20130807-222513.jpg September 7th at Revolutionary Lounge in Toms River
7:00 PHP releases its first novel by Bud Smith…

Jimmy Saare collects tolls on the highway, but
he’s had a mental snap and is becoming uncontrollably fixated with
the 19 year old Gena who leans seductively on the copy machine at
Officetown. Despite his wife Sarah’s impending pregnancy, Jimmy
pursues his desire for Gena, unexpectedly becoming more entangled
with the strange manipulations of an anarchistic teenager, Kid with
Clownhead, who wants to start his own destructive cult when he
grows up. Tollbooth is a dark literary adventure chronicling one
man’s escape from drudgery into the wilds beyond the New Jersey
Parkway where beauty and horror blur.

Aleathia Drehmer explaining her poem Inherent Topography….

Aleathia sent us a clip of her explaining where her poem Inherent Topography came from

You can check out the rest of the issue here

We also have a few new events listed on The Idiom Magazine’s Main Site so check those out….come say hi and pick up a copy of the current issue….

and stay tuned for our Flashback Friday for this week….its gonna be a good one!

Ink translates from the French for us….

Ink is a regular to The Idiom Magazine…I didn’t know he spoke French….the repetition in the piece contributes to the flow and the slant rhymes make it sound not so sing-songy to strengthen the lines…..stay tuned to the idiom and piscataway house publications as we continue to work on a duel collection of Ink’s work with another idiom poet coming out soon!

Find the rest of the current issue here

We

This poem is called We,
as in us,
not the French oui,
which means yes.

That door is called gone,
as in go,
the walkway outside, forever,
which means no…
I don’t really intend to stay friends
or call.

In fact, the next time you reach out,
as in ring,
another woman will answer,
which also means no.

Her digital voice
will inform you that number’s been
disconnected,
as in us,
which now means we,
exactly like the French yes,
like echoes
searching for ears
from heels
stomping away
from a closed door
with no-one behind it.
Not no-one like God,
no-one like me.

Haiku Death Match in Jersey City!

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Andrew “Ink” Feindt won the Haiku Death Match in Jersey City!

Check out his site here at http://www.inksblot.com/ and our site where you can pick up 5, 7, then 5 a book of Haiku with Ink and more

But it was an intense night with great poets….met some great people, hopefully if they see this post they can add their contact info. in the comments section and all that

Don’t forget to check out www.theidiommag.com to see more of Ink’s work from The Idiom Magazine and even hear the podcast we did with Ink a few months back!