Source Text: The Crawling Eye Advertisement, 1958
Jamison Crabtree is a Black Mountain Institute PhD fellow at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. His first book, Rel(AM)ent, was awarded the Word Works’ Washington prize. Find it at www.spdbooks.org/Producte/9780915380923/relament.aspx
rats soft thunder laugh in the
rain stirring doors bang
in the undergrowth
in their jambs
hiss yellow light eaves drip
itching nerves nets of
landing do not
the mackerel of the
The Times They Are a Newspaper
clicking robinson buzzard press
politicizes the hangnail
haunted proton pacman
rent your own
wizard scissor cottage
Source Text: The Independent Newspaper, 21st September, 2014
Owen Clayborn is a British-American writer of short and full-length fiction, as well as poetry. He currently lives on a rainy island in the North Atlantic.
Source Text: Wanting to Die by Anne Sexton
Grace Black is just another writer wearing down lead and running out of ink, one line at a time. Coffee refuels her when sleep has not been kind. She writes poetry and flash fiction and has been published in Three Line Poetry, 50 Haikus, 50-Word Stories, 101 Words, and 101 Fiction. More of her writing can be found on her blog, graceblackwrites.com
We’re delighted to showcase The Craftsman, by W. Jack Savage. This piece spoke to us. We saw in it the”found poet” at work, chipping away at existing material, carving and crafting a new and beautiful thing. To all you “found poets” out there, this is for you!
Huge thanks to W. Jack Savage for allowing us to share your work here at Unlost.
The Craftsman by W. Jack Savage
W. Jack Savage is a retired broadcaster and educator. He is the author of seven books including Imagination: The Art of W. Jack Savage. More then fifty of Jack’s stories and over four-hundred of his paintings and drawings have been published worldwide. Jack and his wife Kathy live in Monrovia, California.