Edge of Humanity Magazine: Forward – Rewind

Forward – Rewind

Edge of Humanity Magazine is an online platform that features writing, photography and artwork that deals with all aspects of the human condition, as well as the pressing social issues of our times.

Constantly updated, Edge of Humanity Magazine showcases work by artists, writers and photographers from all over the globe. including Forward – Rewind, a new poem by J H Martin, which you can read for free here.

Mad Swirl: Scratched

Scratched

This mad swirlin’ creative outlet is a place to showcase the many diverse artists in this big, blue, beat-utiful world of ours and to get this madness into as many heads as possible.

Mad Swirl is an on-line creative outlet featuring a constantly swirled and updated collection of art, poetry and prose from all parts of the globe, including Scratched; a new short piece of fiction by J H Martin, which you can read for free here.

Underwood: City Stained Rouge

City Stained Rouge

Underwood is the flagship magazine for Underwood Press LLC. 

It’s about the craft.

It always has been.  Compelling stories that are well told.

We are a micro press.  And we are a craft press.  We have Vandercooks in our bones, a Chandler & Price in the garage, and Heidleberg Windmills in our dreams.  Letterpress printing is our past and our future.  The ink that gives life to the machines stains our fingers and runs in our blood…

The inaugural issue of Underwood is out now and features. amongst many other fine, fine thingsCity Stained Rouge; a new short story by J H Martin.

You can read the first issue of Underwood here.

Empty Mirror: Dew Drops (4 Poems)

Dew Drops (4 Poems)

Empty Mirror opened its virtual doors on May 31, 2000. Empty Mirror was originally a book-selling site specializing in collectible Beat Generation and small press poetry books but over time added articles, essays, poetry, art, and Beat Generation resources.

In 2012, Empty Mirror re-launched as an online magazine and to this day publishes new essays, poetry, and art every Friday. This week, it features, Dew Drops (4 poems) by J H Martin, which you can read here.