Tcewinterspring2014 postcardese

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In the meantime, though, I’ve sought to recycle the enjoyment of a similar challenge by asking TCE’s contributors to share some of their own poems that use the imagistic or contextual language of the “postcard” — in other words, Postcardese — with you, our esteemed readers. As an added special feature, many of the Postcardese issue’s contributors agreed to give mini-interviews. (Hmmm, now, wouldn’t those be fun to receive in the mail on postcards? But that’s an idea for another project . . .)

Eve Anthony Hanninen is an American poet, editor, and illustrator ranging the Saskatchewan prairies. Her poems have appeared in Karla Linn Merrifield & Friends (mgv2>publishing), Eye Socket Journal, Switchedon Gutenberg, Sea Stories, and many other fine journals. She is anthologized in The Centrifugal Eye’s 5thAnniversary Anthology, Crazed by the Sun, and Trim: A Mannequin Envy Anthology. Eve edits and publishes The Centrifugal Eye poetry journal and is currently at work on TCE’s Chapter & Verse MiniChapbooks Project, and on two poetry collections of her own, as well as launching a new, limited-edition, altered-book imprint called Sylvanshine Editions. Contact Eve:

Art Nouveau Postcards, circa 1905-10. Left: Ribbon Violets; Right: Handpainted Pansy

The Centrifugal Eye

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