ONLINE FEATURE : “A TASTE OF GIN: ISSUE FOUR”

A TASTE OF GIN: issue four

curated by Marie Conlan, Bombay Gin’s Web Co-Editor, Poetry Co-Editor, 2015


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Featuring work by: Sally Lawton, Eva Carlini, Samy Sabh, and Spencer Hendrixson

A Taste of Gin Online Editorial Feature

Each month (or so) Bombay Gin Literary Journal presents an online feature by one of our editorial board members. We call this: “A Taste of Gin.” These tastes give us, as editors, the opportunity to share our individual artistic and aesthetic visions. We split our Bombay Gin third-mind temporarily in order to show you the nuances, quirks, and concerns we, as an editorial board, comprise. We hope you enjoy these future tastings.

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FIRST 2015 BOMBAY GIN READING SERIES 10/30/15

Join our fright of poet ghost readers & enjoy some BYOSpirits on Halloween Eve for the first installment of the Bombay Gin Reading Series.

FRIDAY OCT. 30TH @ 7:30PM

790 30TH STREET, BOULDER (no parking)

Expect pandomonium & feelings. It is a costume party. You can dress up as anything you want, especially if it’s a sheet ghost. That would be cool, a bunch of people all dressed up like sheet ghosts but w/e! Think about it. Either way.

Poetry from these ghouls :

Dani Ferrara
Oh she’s a scary little fairy person poet broh!

Shy Watson
She has a spooky name. No one knows what color her hair will be. She got the good words though broh!

Rosie
Poetess & painter & witch. Her poems are spells and her spells are potent. Beware the enchantment broh!

Open Mic

Show us your ectoplasm.

Jack Kerouac School hosts WHAT WHERE READING SERIES 10/27

Naropa University and The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics will host another WHAT WHERE Reading Series featuring writers Harmony Holiday, Danielle Pafunda, and Carolina Ebeid.

When: October 27th, 2015 from 7:30-9:00 pm.

Where: The Performing Arts Center at Naropa University’s Arapahoe Campus, 2130 Arapahoe Ave, Boulder, CO.

Come join! Reception and refreshments to follow.

BOMBAY GIN ISSUE 42 IS IN THE MAKING!

Our 42nd Issue, Reprogramming the Wilderness, is in the making!

A big thank you to all of our readers and to all of those who submitted their prose, poetry, book reviews, and art pieces. We so look forward to putting this issue together for everyone to enjoy.

More information on Bombay Gin sponsored readings, fundraising events, and release party details will be posted in the weeks and months to come.

Thank you all!

-Bombay Gin

Bombay Gin Issue 41 RELEASE PARTY

Our 41st Issue, The Walls of the City Shake, is out and ready to be read – by you.

We will RELEASE THE WAIL – and Issue 41 – at 303 Vodka in Boulder this Saturday, from 3 to 6 p.m. Our featured readers include Anne Waldman, Reed Bye, and more, and we’ll have video readings from several of our contributors, including Thurston Moore, Jiwon Choi, Megan Kaminski, and Katie Dyer.

See our flier below for more information.

And see you there!

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Bombay Gin 42 Call for Submissions

poetry must resist

 

Submissions to Bombay Gin 42: Reprogramming the Wilderness are now open!

“How do we articulate nature? …Is it possible to articulate a program that will ensure the survival of the disappearing and the decaying?”

Read the full call and our submission guidelines at our submittable page. Submissions deadline is August 15, 2015.

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Tomorrow Night (12/10/14):

Our reading series closes for the season at Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe, in Boulder, CO–

with phenomenal artists Richard Froude and Junior Burke, followed by an open mic.

The reading starts at 7pm

The night will be filled with poetry and music and fun!

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ONLINE FEATURE: “A Taste of Gin” Issue Three

A TASTE OF GIN: Issue Three

curated by Kat Fossell, Bombay Gin’s Submissions Editor, Prose Co-Editor, 2014

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Featuring work by: Francesco Bruno-Bossio, Rob Kelleher, and Shawn McDaniel

A Taste of Gin Online Editorial Feature

Each month (or so) Bombay Gin Literary Journal presents an online feature by one of our editorial board members. We call this: “A Taste of Gin.” These tastes give us, as editors, the opportunity to share our individual artistic and aesthetic visions. We split our Bombay Gin third-mind temporarily in order to show you the nuances, quirks, and concerns we, as an editorial board, comprise. We hope you enjoy these future tastings.