As the immortal songwriter/singer Hoyt Axton once noted, A lot of people are walkin' round with tombstones in their eyes. The funny thing is that Axton came up with that perception before Facebook appeared.
To what extent are we alive and to what portion are we just passing time? Red Shuttleworth offers a (limited edition) chapbook to look at The Evidence.
Presented on this blog earlier this year under the titles Tbilisi Novel and Vladivostok Novel, these Red Shuttleworth poems are now contained in a limited edition (19 copies) chapbook from Bunchgrass Press. The chapbook has a couple of interior illustrations... and a significant typo on the cover.
Shannon Elizabeth Hardwick received her Masters in Fine Arts from Sarah Lawrence College in 2010. She is the author of a chapbook, Manaquest. She lives in West Texas.
Nuno Santos writes travel essays about America in English and translates British and American plays into Portuguese. He attended New York University as a film student. He lives in Cascais, Portugal.
Luke Shuttleworth played baseball for a handful of schools: Coppin State University, Canada College, Dawson Community College, and Kansas Wesleyan University. He was later a graduate student in the MFA Creative Writing Program at the University of Idaho. His poems have appeared in Concho River Review, Minnetonka Review, and other journals.
& Wolfie Shuttleworth
Red Shuttleworth is the author of three poetry books: Western Settings, Johnny Ringo, and Ghosts and Birthdays. His poems appear in numerous journals.