RHINO 2015 Online Issue No. 1.1 is up!

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The editors of RHINO are thrilled to announce that our first installment of our online edition of RHINO 2015 is here!

 

We continue to remain committed to publishing a print journal yearly; the publication of the poems online in three installments (beginning 6 months after print publication) is intended to supplement and broaden the outreach of the print journal.

 

The second installment will go up in October and the third and final installment will go up in December.

You can now find the poems from the authors below, here.

 

Featuring work by

Dilruba Ahmed • José Angel Araguz • Nayelly Barrios • Peter Burzynski • Marcelo Hernandez Castillo • Sara Biggs Chaney • T. Zachary Cotler • J. Jerome Cruz • Chelsea Dingman • Joe Eldridge • Jenny George • Farouk Goweda • Walid Abdallah • Andy Fogle • Susan Grimm • Sara Henning • Amorak Huey • Esteban Ismael • Olja Savičević Ivančević • Andrea Jurjević • Don Judson • Samantha Leigh • Gregory Mahrer • Nate Marshall • Carlo Matos • Meredith McDonough • Faisal Mohyuddin Christina Mun-Lutz  Maureen O’Brien  Sunthorn Phu  •Noh Anothai • Khadijah Queen • Kevin Riel • Carol Sadtler • sam sax • Kevin Simmonds • Rachel L. Slotnick • Lisa Summe • Paul Tran • Rachel Jamison Webster • Keith S. Wilson • Monika Zobel 

 

No Poetry Forum in August

No August Poetry Forum – see you in September!

The RHINO Poetry Forum Workshop & Peer Exchange is more than a hammer-and-nail workshop.  In existence since the 1970s, its goal has always been to present diverse views on poetry and poetics, as well as to exchange poems for critiquing, in which everyone, including RHINO Poetry editors and past leaders, participate as peers.  All poets are invited.

The Forum, with rare exceptions, meets on FOURTH SUNDAYS, at the Evanston Library.
During the first half hour the guest leader presents on a topic of her or his choice; the rest of the time is divided among participants  who bring poems for feedback.  Discussion is welcome.  Leaders are paid an honorarium, and — in keeping with our goal — come from everywhere, both geographically and in their approach to poetry.
Attendance is free, although a $5-$10 donation is appreciated.  Bring at least 17 copies of a poem you want critiqued.

Fourth Sundays, 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Evanston Public Library – Room 108

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Upcoming and past workshopsclick here.

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Sign up for a monthly email about the upcoming workshop by sending an email request to Halinka1@aol.com or write to 415 Elm St. Apt 6B, Deerfield 60015.

This project is partially supported by grants from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, and Poets & Writers, Inc.