Curio Issue #1 Now Live!
by Joseph Harker
Finally! At long last! The debut issue of Curio is now available for reading. Click on the “Current Issue” link above to read some fine work by Vivienne Blake, James Brush, Ron. Lavalette, Annette Mickelson, Deb Scott, and Barbara Young. We are happy that they could participate in our first issue; we hope you are inspired by their work and will consider being part of the upcoming issues.
Now that we’ve gotten off the ground, we hope that there will be more activity here. These journals are always toughest when they first start off, but hopefully Curio will gather steam a bit. We look forward to your feedback, suggestions, contributions, and approval. Thanks so much!
– The Editors
I love it! I am familiar with all these poets here, except Annette. Nice work all, and beautiful layout.
Congratulations! What a lovely inaugural issue. I know all the poets, which is fun, and love the poems.
I very much like the layout and the clean lines. The pomegranate seeds are perfect as, of course, is Lao Tzu!
Inaugural issues can be iffy, what with the editors finding their feet, poets hesitant to submit, etc., but I’m very favorably impressed with this effort and I’m honored to have have my work appear here amid strong work by all the other poets. Congratulations. Long may you wave! I’m eager to see see issue two.
It is simply lovely.
(selfishly glad you needed a little time to get rolling. wouldn’t have made the first issue otherwise)