C-SC professor emeritus featured in international poetry journal
Monday, June 06, 2011
CANTON, Mo. -- Culver-Stockton College Professor Emeritus Al Beck will be featured in an upcoming edition of "The Muse-An International Journal of Poetry." Below is a news release provided by editors for "The Muse."
‘The Muse-An International Journal of Poetry’ is launching its first online issue in the last week of June 2011. The Muse is an international online Journal from the soil of India. It is purely academic journal and not for profit. The vision of the journal is to become a store house of contemporary quality poetry and representative poetic criticism.
The first issue will contain an electronic interview with popular poet, academician, curriculam developer, professional American Folksinger and Korean war veteran Al Beck, who resides in Monroe City, MO. A book review, prepared by Pradeep Chaswal, of ‘Curiosity’s Cushion’, book no. 16 by Al Beck will also appear in this issue. An Electronic interview with renowned poet and writer Hugh Fox and book review, written by Joel Weishaus, of ‘City Bird : Selected Poems 1991-2009’ by poet Millie Niss are also must read components.
The Muse, for its first issue, received huge submissions from all over the world. The first issue will display poems of A. D. Winans (San Francisco), Ádám Bogár (Budapest, Hungary), Adrienne Wolfert, Alan Lindsay(Department Head, English/Fine Arts/Foreign Languages, NHTI--Concord's Community College), Anca Vlasopolos (Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan), April Avalon (St. Petersburg, Russia), Benjamin Myers (Associate Professor of English, Oklahoma Baptist University), Carl Scharwath (Mt Dora, Fl 32757), Carrie Allison (Missouri, United States), Chris Tanasescu (Romanian poet, academic, critic, and translator), Christina Murphy (Huntington, West Virginia, U.S.A), Dalel Sarnou (Lecturer, English dept, Mostaganem university), Devreaux Baker, Gale Acuff (Southwest University of Science and Technology, Mianyang, Sichuan, China), Hal O'Leary, Hugh Fox, Jennifer C. Wolfe (Maplewood, MN 55119), Judith Prest (rural upstate New York), Kathleen Specter, Dr. Kenneth Pobo (Professor of English and Creative Writing Dept. Of English, Widener University in Pennsylvania), Linda Appleby (Cambridge, UK), Michael D. Sollars (Associate Professor of English and assistant dean of research at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas, USA), Michael Lee Johnson (Itasca, Illinois), Mike J Gallagher (County Kerry, Ireland), Paul Lobo Portugés (University of California Santa Barbara), Phillip A. Ellis (Australia), Raj Vatsya (in London, Canada,), Rebeka Sára (Budapest, Hungary), Richard Oko Ajah (University of Uyo, Nigeria), Sam Eisenstein (Prof. at Los Angeles City College), Shradha Kamra (Bareilly, U.P., India), Thomas Zimmerman(Director of the college’s Writing Center, Washtenaw Community College), Valentina Cano (Miami, FL), Victor W. Pearn (Colorado, USA), William John Watkins (Professor Emeritus and a member of the founding faculty at Brookdale Community College in New Jersey).
Research papers entiled ‘PET TREES & DANCING BAY PONIES’ by Joseph Powell (Professor of creative writing at Central Washington University) and ‘How Dangerous Is Digital Literature? by Dr. Felix Nicolau (Associate Professor “Hyperion” University, in Bucharest.) are worth reading. ‘A Tribute to Raymond Garlick (1926 - 2011 )’ by Byron Beynon (Wales ) is an informative essay to read.
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