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The Unknown Show

The Unknown Show

Thank you to Bud Smith, host of The Unknown Show on The Literary Underground Radio Network, for having me on & putting me in the hot seat!  Bud is the author of Or Something Like That (CreateSpace) and Tollbooth (Piscataway House), as well as a contributing editor for the literary arts magazines JMWW and Uno Kudo.  From the words “welcome to the show” to “it was nice having you on”,  I did my best to answer his questions without too much booze-infused buffoonery and read poems from all corners of my catalog.  Brew a cup of bold black coffee, sink back into your easy chair & get acquainted with Lawrence Gladeview on The Unknown Show!


In The Soup: The Ogre’s Drum

Earlier this month I had the honor of being invited on to Frank Reardon’s radio show The Ogre’s Drum, a showcase program featured on the In The Soup Radio.  Frank is the author of Interstate Chokehold (Neopoiesis), Nirvana Haymaker (Neopoiesis) & Blood Music (Punk Hostage).  During the hour long show, I read poems from my just completed new collection, cracked jokes about family & friends, as well as debated the merits & pitfalls of online publishing among other raves & rants.  Buckle up tight, white knuckle the volume knob & push play at your own risk!

In The Soup Radio

In The Soup: Shotgun Poetry

It was a real pleasure to be a guest on the Shotgun Reading Radio Show hosted by the energetic editor of Epic Rites Press Wolfgang Carstens.  The show is a showcase program on In The Soup Radio & is ninety minutes of raw airwave power featuring unfiltered poetry readings, uncensored interviews & good-natured stories that will leave your stomach in stitches!  During the broadcast, I was joined by fellow literary madmen Frank Reardon & Rob Plath who squeezed blood from the alphabet with unrelenting fury.  Pour a glass of your favorite poison, adjust your radio frequency & give your ears what the so desperately desire – poetry with a pulse delivered by unapologetic authors!

Shotgun Poetry

12 Gauge Shotgun Blasts

I am very proud & honored to have words featured in 12 Gauge Shotgun Blasts presented by Tree Killer Ink!  From the website – “One of the great themes in poetry is “love,” and “love poetry” accounts for some of the best and the worst poetry written.  The goal here was simple: gather 12 of the best and brightest authors currently working the marrow of contemporary poetry and ask them to write their best love poem.”  The list of authors is John Macker, William Taylor Jr., RD Armstrong, Wolfgang Carstens, Zarina Zabrisky, John Yamrus, John Dorsey, Rob Plath, Jack Shaw, Tony Moffeit, Stephen T. Burg & this romantic sack of bones.  The exterior features stellar design by Sammy!, the artwork of Elizabeth A. Soroka is scattered throughout & copies are just $5, cheap enough to buy one for you AND an enemy!

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Irregular Features & Sidekick Books

Thank you to The Judge over at Irregular Features & Sidekick Books for giving Just Ignore The Beer Stains the video review treatment!  Irregular Features reviews new collections of poetry as well as publishes feature articles & interviews on related subjects.  The review, entitled Success Without Ambition, critically examines Just Ignore The Beer Stains from composition to construction, all with an insightful eye & humorous tongue.  Throughout the video The Judge doesn’t mince words & fires straight from the hip, toasting my glass & kicking me in the balls at the same time.  Now’s time to dress my wounds, grit through the bruises &  pound the keys harder than before!

Unrorean & Tree Killer Ink

The Unrorean

Volume XIII, Issue I, The 2013 Summer/Fall edition of The Unrorean is now available for purchase & I am honored to be included in the publication!  The Unrorean is an 11″ x 17″ broadsheet that features the words of the most recognized voices in the small press as well as up and coming poets who push the literary envelope to the brink of ripping to shreds.  Copies are just $2 each & subscriptions are $4; prices low enough to buy one for you, a good friend & a sworn enemy!

Fluorescent Stilts For Your Uncle

The current edition of Fluorescent Stilts For Your Uncle published by Tree Killer Ink/Epic Rites Press has been released into the wild & features two new poems from my typewriter!  The magazine is edited by Rob Plath & this edition is a special tribute issue; my poems give a tip of the cap to Charles Bukowski & Charles Mingus.  To date copies are SOLD OUT, so be sure to subscribe to Tree Killer Ink to gain the inside track on future issues & publications!

Readings & Upcoming Events

Summer is roaring in over the horizon & with it comes a lot of action!  It was a true pleasure to read at the Words With Hops event hosted by Fort Collins Brewery in Fort Collins Colorado on April 26th with Jason Hardung, Michael Bussman, Ravitte Kentwortz, Charles Malone & Mandy Rose.  We delivered the goods & left em shouting for more!  Below are a few videos from that night at the brewery along with dates for upcoming readings.  Hope to see you at  any or all of the dates!

Upcoming Events

Sunday May 19th – Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe Boulder, Co @3pm with John Dorsey & Jason Hardung

Tuesday May 21st – Brainfood Bookstore Longmont, Co @6pm with John Dorsey, Michael Adams & Jerry Smaldone

Words With Hops, Fort Collins Brewery, April 26, 2013

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Saboteur Awards 2013

Lowlifes, Fast Times & Occasionally Love

I am beyond proud & honored to announce that my chapbook Lowlifes, Fast Times & Occasionally Love (Erbacce Press, 2012) has been shortlisted for the 2013 Saboteur Awards in the category of Best Poetry Pamphlet!  Voting is now open and will close May first at midnight (United Kingdom time).  Tally your vote for this foul-mouthed nobody and help Lowlifes, Fast Times & Occasionally Love bring home the goods and make some noise!

The Astro 2000 Reading Series

Join Epic Rites Press Editor Wolfgang Carstens for the Astro 2000 Reading Series!  In this installation, Wolfgang reads selected poetry from my chapbook Lowlifes, Fast Times & Occasionally Love which is available now from Erbacce Press.  Carstens brings explosive energy to these poems speaking with passion & conviction, so buckle up & crank the volume as the madman Wolfgang Carstens reads Lawrence Gladeview!