The Dancing Rose, a glossy-covered zine published by Full Moon Press out of Honolulu, featured poems by Judith D. Harris, Dominique Finley, zine editor David D. Baker plus favorite classic poems by Walt Whitman and Robert Louis Stevenson. My poem The Art of Sin was also included.
This zine was based out of San Francisco & contained harrowing yet hilarious tales of life in minimum wage land.Convenience store clerks, Christmas help, janitors, temp office workers, security guards and mail sorters related their experiences in this entertaining mag. My article about working in a Bourbon Street souvenir shop was originally published in this zine. (Sorry about the coffee stain on the cover, it wasn't part of the original zine.) I wonder if McDonalds ever took umbrage at the mag's name.
This DIY zine from St. Louis was edited by Ditch Cat in 1996. Contributors included Dan Buck, John Bennett, Albert Huffstickler, Gail Schilke, Lyn Lifshin and John B. Ford. My poem Marilyn was also included.
Zine out of Los Angeles, 1998. Contributors included Alice Olds-Ellingson,Jordan Crane, Joan Kelly, Melissa Brown, Lyn Lifshin and Mickey Z.. My poem Hollywood Eulogy was also featured. Cover drawing by Blair Wilson. Editor: Michael Halchin
A bulky, photocopied compilation edited by Ralph Haselman Jr., Lucid Moon featured poems and drawings by dozens of '90s zinester poets and artists. Erroll Miller, Frank Moore, Blair Wilson, Lisa Hall, Ana Christy, Dan Buck, Sharon McNulty and moi (writing as Marianne Moro) had work this edition. Editor Ralph Haselman Jr. was quite a character on the zine scene producing a number of issues of Lucid Moon as well as his own DIY books every year . He passed away in 2006 due to complications from an auto accident.
Edited by Dave and Ana Christy of Alpha Beat Soup. Featured many prolific poets on the 1990s underground poetry scene. Contributors included Herschel Silverman, Judson Crews, Shannon Frach, Dan Nielsen, Gerald Locklin, Robert Howington, Marianne Moro (yours truly), Joy Walsh, C.F. Roberts, Alllen Ginsberg and Charles Bukowski.
Issue 2, Feb. 1999 With poems by Gerald Locklin, Errol Miller, Catfish McDaris, B.Z. Niditch, Susanne R. Bowers, Kemp Gregory and moi. San Antonio, Texas, Imprimatur Press
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