Many thanks to Susan Schultz and everyone at Tinfish for including “What the Landlord Said” in the next issue of their journal. I love the amazing bookart Tinfish creates and can’t wait to get this issue in hand.
If you’d like to order a copy, just hit up their website to make that purchase.
You can also check out Susan’s blog for a behind-the-scenes look at the construction of Tinfish 19.
Tinfish 19 as Unalienated Labor (only the accounting sheet is alienated)
Tinfish 19 includes parodies of Wallace Stevens by Jill Yamasawa and Gizelle Gajelonia; a letter to the editor in verse by Ryan Oishi; poems from Daniel Tiffany’s forthcoming Tinfish volume, Dandelion Clock; landlord poems by Oscar Bermeo and Deborah Woodard; interventions in Maoist indigestion by Kenny Tanemura and Guantanamo by Rachel Loden; as well as poems by such luminaries as Barbara Jane Reyes, Jody Arthur, Jennifer Reimer, Janna Plant, Brandon Shimoda, Mandy Luo, Dennis Phillips, Emelihter Kihleng, Paul Naylor and others. Graphic design by Chae Ho Lee, covers and centerfold by Maya Portner, editorial assistance from Jade Sunouchi, art direction from Gaye Chan, and editorial due diligence by Susan M. Schultz. The covers were handmade, the books handbound.
Full blog post is at the Tinfish Editor’s Blog