Train : a journal of instigation

Issue #5 : Katy Lederer Erin Russell Margarita Serafimova Tom Snarsky Andrew Taylor Matthew Walsh Grant Wilkins

A limited amount of copies will be available for free at the following locations:
Open Books: A Poem Emporium (Seattle WA), Berl's Brooklyn Poetry Shop (Brooklyn NY) and the ottawa small press book fair (Ottawa ON).

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four issue subscriptions also available
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Katy Lederer: poems have recently appeared in The Kenyon Review, The American Poetry Review, The Recluse, and The Boston Review. I had a book out in 2017 with Atelos Press with another on the way this year on Solid Objects. I often write about climate change for print and online magazines.

Erin Russell is a writer from Calgary living in Amsterdam. Her work has appeared in Scrivener, Montage, Time Out Amsterdam, and The Holland Times among others, and has been translated into French and Chinese. She won the Wycliffe College Poetry Award at the University of Toronto two years in a row. She lectures in literature and writing at Amsterdam University College.

Margarita Serafimova was shortlisted for the Montreal Poetry Prize 2017, Summer Literary Seminars 2018 and 2019, and Hammond House Prize 2018; long-listed for the Christopher Smart (Eyewear Publishing) Prize 2019, Erbacce Press Poetry Prize 2018 and Red Wheelbarrow 2018 Prize, and nominated for Best of the Net 2018. She has three collections in Bulgarian. Her work appears in Agenda Poetry, London Grip, Waxwing, Trafika Europe, Landfill, A-Minor, Poetry South, Great Weather for Media, Orbis, Nixes Mate, StepAway, Ink, Sweat and Tears, Leveler, Mookychick, HeadStuff, Minor Literatures, Writing Disorder, Birds We Piled Loosely, Chronogram, Noble/ Gas, Origins, The Journal, miller’s pond, Obra/ Artifact, Arteidolia/ Swifts&Slows, Memoir Mixtapes, glitterMOB, TAYO, Guttural, Punch, Tuck, Ginosko, etc.

Tom Snarsky is a special education mathematics teacher at Malden High School in Malden, Massachusetts, USA. He is the author of Threshold, a chapbook of poems available now from Another New Calligraphy. He lives in Chelsea, MA with his fiancée Kristi and their two cats, Niles and Daphne.

Andrew Taylor is a Nottingham UK based poet, editor and critic. His two full collections, Radio Mast Horizon (2013) and March (2017) are published by Shearsman Books. His recent pamphlets have been published by Red Ceilings Press, Leafe Press and Stranger Press. He is editor of M58 and an editor at erbacce-Press. He is a senior Lecturer in English and Creative Writing. www.andrewtaylorpoetry.com.

Matthew Walsh is a queer poet from Nova Scotia whose work has appeared in various magazines. He likes to watercolor, and has a book called These are not the potatoes of my youth with Goose Lane. You can find him on Twitter @croonjuice

Grant Wilkins is a printer, small press publisher and occasional poet from Ottawa whose writing has been published on Bywords.ca, by phafours press and in BafterC magazine. He has degrees in History & Classical Civilization and in English, and he likes ink, metal, paper, letters, sounds and words, and combinations thereof.

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