Finally, I Want Something
has poems, essays, and stories in journals such as American Letters
& Commentary, Mississippi Review, Poetry New York, Exquisite Corpse,
Rain Taxi Review, American Book Review, The Oregonian, and The Illustrated
London News. His first collection, Death, But at a Good Price,
received the Nicholas Roerich Prize and was published by Story Line
Press, and his second collection, Blindsided, is out with 26
Books. He has a chapbook online with Mudlark, and he teaches and writes
out of Portland, Oregon.
André Breton Works the Crisis Prevention Hotline
Death But at a Good Price
Educator, technologist, and artist, Peter
Campbell, the voice, lives in St. Louis with his wife, daughter,
and three cats. He is passionate about silly accents and football
and has an affinity for Pina Bausch, Barry Manilow, and Jed Clampett.