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Mythic Delirium is delighted to celebrate our 10th anniversary of publishing the best off-beat and eclectic speculative poetry with a landmark event in the history of our little do-it-yourself ’zine. Our newest issue, No. 20, showcases an original poem from best-selling and multiple award-winning author Neil Gaiman. For many Neil needs no introduction, with his newest novel The Graveyard Book winning the Newbery Medal just before Henry Selick’s 3D animated adaptation of his Hugo, Nebula and Bram Stoker Award-winning novella Coraline debuted in multiplexes nationwide.
A true jack-of-all-mediums and a master entertainer, Neil has exhibited astonishing versatility over nearly three decades, whether writing for comics, writing novels, writing screenplays, writing children’s picture books, or writing poems, a number of which appear in his short story collections. It’s hard to express how proud we are to have him on board for the final issue of our first 10 years, but take our word for it, we’re proud. And we’re certain you’ll find his new poem, titled "Conjunctions," a surreal vision centered around an image both comic and disturbing, to be a genuine treat for both Neil’s fans and for fans of speculative verse.
The first 350 copies of the issue feature an illustration for Neil’s poem hand-colored by artist Tim Mullins.
But Neil’s contribution isn’t the only ingredient that makes our 20th issue the largest and most exquisitely strange confection we’ve ever produced. This outsized issue contains 40 pages of odd and adventurous verse, featuring such voices familiar to long time subscribers as Sonya Taaffe, Darrell Schweitzer, F.J. Bergmann, Kendall Evans, Samantha Henderson, G.O. Clark, Danny Adams, Jessica Paige Wick, Amal El-Mohtar and Deborah P Kolodji. Over the years Mythic Delirium has given a number of writers and poets their very first publications, a source of considerable pride for us, and our anniversary issue is no exception, with nearly half of the poems scribed by contributors who, like Neil, are appearing in our pages for the first time. There’s a surprise on every page. This is certainly an issue you shouldn’t miss.
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From Mythic Delirium, Issue 26, Winter/Spring 2012
Triptych: an Offering of Fruit
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i. Eden, Eve: The doors of my mouth Must I ask? Tempt, borrow, and proselytize? Perjure myself before all that we, both, know is good? Taste, then. Yes, taste. I ask this of you. ii. Hades, Kore: The lips of my soul Is what I offer not good enough? Is it not what you want? Does a host spread the board and forbid his guests to eat? Does a plant grow such succulent red meats and not wish its seed to be taken? You say it tastes like ashes and salt, like desire in remorse. You say it smells of corruption, a foment of laughter in tears. Is it not bread? Is it not divine? iii. Gethsemane, Sophia: A tongue of sorrow and joy I know what comes of a host’s hospitality. I do not fear death. What grows within me now is beyond your will to comprehend, beneath your wish to love— yet no less sweet. Will you not taste? Will you not take? And eat?
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“Triptych: an Offering of Fruit” first appeared in Mythic Delirium, Issue 26, Winter/Spring 2012. “Triptych: an Offering of Fruit” copyright © 2012 by Dan Campbell. Accompanying illustration by Paula Friedlander, copyright © 2012. This poem and illustration may not be reproduced in any form without the authors’ and artists’ express written permission.
Previous classic and featured poems by:Catherynne M. Valente and Serena Fusek
Kendall Evans and Samantha Henderson
Susan Slaviero, Shweta Narayan, Amal El-Mohtar and Oussama El-Mohtar
Jessica Paige Wick, Constance Cooper and Ann K. Schwader
Amal El-Mohtar & Jessica Paige Wick, Lindsey Nair and F.J. Bergmann
Holly Dworken Cooley and Ian Watson
Amal El-Mohtar and Jessica Paige Wick
David C. Kopaska-Merkel and Gene van Troyer
Jeannine Hall Gailey and Charlee Jacob
Theodora Goss and Sonya Taaffe
Samantha Henderson and Ann K. Schwader
Catherynne M. Valente and Anna Tambour
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Mythic Delirium proudly announces the release of In Deepspace Shadows: A Dramatic Poem in Two Acts, a ground-breaking work from Rhysling Award-winning poet Kendall Evans — a two-act science fiction play in verse, fully illustrated. Nebula Award-winning author Sheila Finch dubs Evans’ unique creation "rich and strange, as Christopher Marlowe might have written about Deep Space if he’d only known." With a color cover, 36 pages, fully illustrated by Mythic Delirium regulars Don Eaves, Terrence Mollendor and Tim Mullins.
"Why journey to a place of nothingness? For the language that takes you there. Kendall Evans’ In Deepspace Shadows: A Dramatic Poem in Two Acts is the future scripted by Cyril Tourneur after Isaac Asimov, an eerie and elegant creation within which conspiracies, mutinies, and madness unfold in electromagnetic pulses and static recharge — stage directions, set design, iambic pentameter and all. Gather four friends; read this mechanical fantasia aloud. Like the light of dead stars, its images will haunt your sky long after their words have been put away." — Sonya Taaffe
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We at Mythic Delirium proudly congratulate Kendall Evans and Samantha Henderson, whose collaborative poem "In the Astronaut Asylum" from Mythic Delirium 20 (now featured on our site, with the accompanying illustration and an audio reading by the authors) won the 2010 Rhysling Award for long poem.
Sam and Kendall both live in California near Los Angeles. Kendall is a previous Rhysling Award winner, for 2006's "The Tin Men," written in collaboration with David C. Kopaska-Merkel. His poems have appeared all over the place, and he's been a frequent contributor to Mythic Delirium over the years — as well as the author of our only standalone chapbook, In Deepspace Shadows. Sam, author of the novel Heaven's Bones, has had both stories and poems pop up places ranging from Strange Horizons and Fantasy Magazine to the anthologies Running with the Pack and Steampunk Reloaded. (And her poem "King's Man" is in our featured poem archive.)
We also want to congratute the other poets who had poems up for the Rhysling Award this year. Those were: "Conjunctions," Neil Gaiman; "Millennial Mass," G.O. Clark; and "Apple Jack Tangles the Maidy Lac with a Red, Red Ribbon," Amal El-Mohtar and Jessica Paige Wick, all from Issue 20.
We note as well that Sam and Kendall's win, marks the third Rhysling Award in a row and the fourth within seven years for a poem first published in Mythic Delirium. The previous winners: "Octavia Is Lost in the Hall of Masks" by Theodora Goss, 2004, long poem; "Eating Light" by F.J. Bergmann, 2008, short poem; "Song for an Ancient City" by Amal El-Mohtar, 2009, short poem. (An encore presentation of Amal's poem translated into Arabic can be found here.)
We’re trying a number of things this year we’ve never done, perhaps none of them more radical than opening up the zine to guest editors. But we’re going to do exactly that. From Oct. 9 to Nov. 9, we will reopen to submissions for Issue 22, which will be a special issue guest-edited by Amal El-Mohtar and Jessica P. Wick, co-editors of the dynamic Internet poetry journal Goblin Fruit. (For this issue only, we’ll have a specially designated e-mail submissions address; more details about that forthcoming once it exists.) This, by the way, was in the works well before Amal won a Rhysling Award for a poem published in Mythic Delirium (see below).
In case you’re wondering, Issue 21, The Trickster Issue, a specially-themed issue that continues our year-long anniversary celebration, is coming together nicely, with new poetry from Danny Adams, Jennifer Crow, Kendall Evans and David. C. Kopaska-Merkel, Theodora Goss, Ann K. Schwader, Sonya Taaffe, Catherynne M. Valente, JoSelle Vanderhooft, Jessica Wick and others still to come. But Mythic Delirium doesn’t open to new submissions until Jess and Amal step in Oct. 9.
Amal and Jess also contributed to Issue 20, the oversized 10th Anniversary Issue, which features a uniquely illustrated poem by Neil Gaiman. Featured last year, their poem "Apple Jack Tangles the Maidy Lac with a Red, Red Ribbon" was written in alternating voices. You can listen to recordings in which Jess and Amal trade parts.
We propose a little contest giveaway. Take a guess which poet (and future Mythic Delirium guest editor) wrote which part of this poem. Send your guess to email@example.com with the word "CONTEST" in the subject line (and your postal address would be helpful too) before Aug. 31 and, whether or not you’re right (we’ll let you know at the end) you’ll become eligible to receive one of five free copies of our 20th issue, with it’s specially hand-stamped artwork to go with Neil’s poem. (We note, we made 350 of these, and we’ve only got about 100 left now.)
We at Mythic Delirium are proud to offer our heartfelt congratulations to Amal El-Mohtar, whose poem "Song for an Ancient City" from Mythic Delirium 19 (and featured on our site, with an audio reading) won the 2009 Rhysling Award for short poem. We were thrilled to be present at ReaderCon in Burlington, MA, on July 11, when the Science Fiction Poetry Association’s Rhysling Awards were announced and Amal learned in person that her poem won in its category in a landslide vote.
An Ottawa resident, Amal found the inspiration for her poem during a recent visit to Damascus. With her friend and fellow poet Jessica P. Wick, she founded the critically acclaimed online poetry journal Goblin Fruit, now in its fourth year of publication. Aside from in our pages, her poetry has appeared in Ideomancer, Lone Star Stories, Abyss & Apex, Chiaroscuro, Sybil’s Garage and Star*Line, and her fiction has appeared and is forthcoming in Shimmer, Cabinet des Fées, and Strange Horizons. She’s currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Cornwall, England.
We also want to congratute the other poets who had poems up for the Rhysling Award this year. Those were: "Mrs. Margery Lovett, Her Book," Gemma Files (Issue 18); "Awaré for the Woman who Disappears in Silence," Jeannine Hall Gailey (Issue 18); "Tammuz to Ishtar," Delbert R. Gardner (Issue 19); "The Devourer," Sonya Taaffe (Issue 19); "To the River," Jessica Paige Wick (Issue 19).
We’re also proud to note that Amal’s win marks the third Rhysling Award within six years for a poem first published in Mythic Delirium, following Theodora Goss’s "Octavia Is Lost in the Hall of Masks" in 2004 and F.J. Bergmann’s "Eating Light" in 2008. We’re certainly grateful for the continuing affirmation of the quality of the poetry we publish.
|We at Mythic Delirium were proud to get the news that F.J. Bergmann claimed the 2008 Rhysling Award in the short poem category from the Science Fiction Poetry Association for her whimsical and satirical poem "Eating Light" in Issue 17. Bergmann’s poems and stories have appeared in numerous other venues, both genre-oriented and literary; we’re certainly glad that we could be the venue for her winning poem. Congratulations, Jeannie!|
In total, ten poems we first published in 2007 were nominated:
In DeepSpace Shadows, Kendall Evans
From Mythic Delirium 17: "Eating Light," F.J. Bergmann; "After Appomattox," Holly Cooley; "How to Hide in a Japanese Print," Lila Garrott; "Weightless," K.S. Hardy; "Nine Days Out—," Jaime Lee Moyer; "Brothers in Arms," Marsheila Rockwell; "Gleipnir Diaries," JoSelle Vanderhooft.
From Mythic Delirium 16: "Next Time Write It Down," Charles Saplak; "Eating the Breadcrumbs," Erzebet YellowBoy.
In addition, several writers published in Mythic Delirium in 2007 received Honorable Mentions in the 2008 volume of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link and Gavin Grant.
From Mythic Delirium 17: Leah Bobet, "Fitcher’s Third Wife"; Holly Cooley, "After Appomattox"; M. Frost, "The Witch’s Daughter"; JoSelle Vanderhooft, "Gleipnir Diaries."
From Mythic Delirium 16: Rob Cook, "Weathermen"; Samantha Henderson, "King’s Man"; Jessica Paige Wick, "After the Voice Was Taken."
We want to heartily congratulate all these authors for their fine work.
In total, eleven poems we first published in 2006 were nominated:
From MYTHIC: "Sakhmet the Destroyer" by Gary Every; "god is dead short live god" by Joe Haldeman; "Kristallnacht" by Lawrence Schimel; "The Eight Legs of Grandmother Spider" by Catherynne M. Valente.
From MYTHIC 2: "Siren’s Call" by Deborah P. Kolodji; "Homecoming" by Sonya Taaffe.
From Mythic Delirium 14: "Africa Screams" by Mikal Trimm; "The Descent of the Corn-Queen of the Midwest" by Catherynne M. Valente; "The Minotaur’s Last Letter to His Mother" by JoSelle Vanderhooft; "Cobwebs in Heaven" by Ian Watson.
From Mythic Delirium 15: "To a Lover Dying Old" by Lida Broadhurst.
In addition, several writers published in Mythic Delirium and the MYTHIC anthologies in 2006 have received Honorable Mentions in the 2007 volume of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link and Gavin Grant.
From MYTHIC: "Beauty to the Beast" by Theodora Goss; "Cemetery Seven" by Charles Saplak; "Exorcisms" by Sonya Taaffe; "The Eight Legs of Grandmother Spider" by Catherynne M. Valente.
From MYTHIC 2: "Bluebeard’s Second Wife" by Helena Bell; "The Immigrant" by Cherie Priest; "Simargl and the Rowan Tree" by Ekaterina Sedia; "Homecoming" by Sonya Taaffe; "The Tale of the Desert that Vanished Inside Her" by JoSelle Vanderhooft; "Moonstone" by Erzebet Yellowboy.
From Mythic Delirium 14: "The Descent of the Corn-Queen of the Midwest" by Catherynne M. Valente.
From Mythic Delirium 15: "Tarahamura Chiles" by Gary Every; "Bal Macabre" by Theodora Goss; "Transformation" by Julie Shiel; "Two Rivers" by JoSelle Vanderhooft.
We want to heartily congratulate all these authors for their fine work.
|Mythic Delirium editor and publisher Mike Allen’s newest collection, Strange Wisdoms of the Dead, was reviewed by The Philadelphia Inquirer book review editor Frank Wilson in his Editor’s Choice column. Wilson wrote that Mike’s poems "do a fine job of making the human scary and the scary human."|
| We’re proud to announce that six poems published in Mythic Delirium in 2005 received Honorable Mentions
from the 2006 volume of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link and Gavin Grant.
From Issue 13: Constance Cooper, "How the Sea People Mourn"; "Les Berceaux" by Jaida Jones; "Arise" by Aurelio Rico Lopez III; "Crow Eats Carrion" by Carma Lynn Park; "The Queen of Hearts" by Catherynne M. Valente.
From Issue 12: "Tarot in the Dungeon" by Sonya Taaffe.
Seven poems we published in 2005 were also nominated for the Rhysling Award, given each year by the Science Fiction Poetry Association:
From Issue 13: "Utnapishtim on Friday After Dessert" by Danny Adams; "How the Sea People Mourn" by Constance Cooper; "Lost Over East Texas" by Ann K. Schwader; "Ibis, Scribe" by Sonya Taaffe.
From Issue 12: "Rapunzel, Rapunzella" by Kendall Evans; "Genetics" by Charles Saplak; "Tarot in the Dungeon" by Sonya Taaffe.
We want to congratulate all these authors for their fine work.
Editor Mike Allen also received honors from these venues. His poem "The Strip Search" won the 2006 Rhysling Award for Short Poem. Five others were nominated: "Chagall’s Lamp," "Picasso’s Rapture," "Rattlebox" (with David C. Kopaska-Merkel), "TimeFlood" (with Ian Watson, Asimov’s Science Fiction, Feb. ) and "Thanomorphosis" (with W. Gregory Stewart, The Magazine of Speculative Poetry, Dec. ).
Mike also received ten Honorable Mentions from The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror for poems published in 2005. They were: "The Disturbing Muses," "The Golden Helmet (Casque d’Or)," "Picasso’s Rapture," "Pollock’s Knives" (all from his collection Disturbing Muses); "The Elders," "The Night Gardeners" and "Asunder" (with Christina Sng), from Star*Line; "The Captive Pleads with the Memory Carver" (Tales of the Unanticipated 26); "The Clairvoyant, Between Dark and Dream" (Jabberwocky 1); "The Unseelie Tree" (Space & Time 99).
2005 was a landmark year for books with Mythic Delirium associations.
Sonya Taaffe, whose poems first appeared in our pages, and who has appeared in every issue since Issue 5, produced the poetry collection Postcards from the Province of Hyphens, gathering nearly every poem of hers we’ve published. In addition, her critically-lauded short story collection, Singing Innocence and Experience contains her poems "Tarot in the Dungeon" and "Eelgress and Blue," first published in Mythic Delirium 12.
Kendall Evans and David C. Kopaska-Merkel, both frequent contributors to Mythic Delirium, produced a chapbook of surreal collaborations, Separate Destinations, holding three mind-bending poems that first appeared in our pages (among them a piece titled "Mythic Delirium"). Mythic Delirium editor Mike Allen wrote the books introduction.
Editor Mike Allen had books of his own come out, including the chapbook Disturbing Muses collection a series of dark fantasy poems inspired by the paintings of 19th and 20th century masters. His 10-year-retrospective, Strange Wisdoms of the Dead, coming in January from Wildside Press, is now available for pre-order on his website.
We’re proud to announce that nine poems published in Mythic Delirium in 2004 received Honorable Mentions
from the 2005 volume of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link and Gavin Grant.
From Issue 10: "Necropolis" by Constance Cooper; "Apocalypso" and "Lilim, After Dark" by Sonya Taaffe; "September" by Bud Webster; "Musings About Seth" by Jane Yolen.
From Issue 11: "Azurite Mine" by Gary Every; "The Prairie Whales Are All Extinct" by Nicholas Ozment; "The Laying-Out" and "Tzaddik" by Sonya Taaffe.
|We at Mythic Delirium were proud to learn that Theodora Goss has won the 2004 Rhysling Award in the long poem category from the Science Fiction Poetry Association for "Octavia Is Lost in the Hall of Masks," her dark-fantastic prose poem from Issue 8. Goss, a graduate student working on her Ph.D. at Boston University, has been nominated for the Nebula Award for her short fiction, and has appeared in two volumes of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. We want to congratulate Dora on adding the Rhysling Award to her list of accomplishments!|
We’re proud to announce that seven poems published in Mythic Delirium in 2003 received Honorable Mentions
from the 2004 volume of The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror, edited by Ellen Datlow, Kelly Link and Gavin Grant.
From Issue 8: "After You Die #12: Dark City" by David Bain; "Octavia Is Lost in the Hall of Masks" by Theodora Goss
From Issue 9: "Seeing Aphrodite" by Jennifer Finstrom; "Shadow Tales" by Serena Fusek; "While Considering the Possibility of Using the Columbia River Gorge as the Setting for an Epic Fantasy" by Mario Milosevic; "Hadrian" by Darrell Schweitzer; "Kaddish for a Dybbuk" by Sonya Taaffe.
In her introduction, Datlow also gave recognition to Mythic Delirium illustration duo Don Eaves and Terrence Mollendor and cover artist Tim Mullins.
|Over the next year, we at Mythic Delirium will share with our readers three hard-to-find poetic gems from Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Grand Master Ursula K. Le Guin. Best known for such classics as The Left Hand of Darkness, The Dispossessed and the Earthsea novels, Le Guin is also quite an accomplished poet. We at Mythic Delirium are honored to be able to include fantasy-themed poems from her 1981 collection, Hard Words, in upcoming issues 11 and 12. If you can’t wait, some of Le Guin’s recent non-fantasy themed poems are readily available on her website.|
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Mythic Delirium is a biannual journal that publishes science fiction, fantasy, horror, surreal and cross-genre poetry. We do not publish fiction. While any style of poem is fair game, Mythic Delirium is unusual in that we are not adverse to well-done rhyme and meter. When considering sending a rhyming poem to us, keep in mind that the best rhyme does not call attention to itself and that properly done traditional poems possess consistent rhythm; lines don’t just end in words that sound similar.
We are interested in work that demonstrates ambition, that casts new light on genre tropes, that introduces readers to the legends of other cultures, that re-evaluates the myths of old from a modern perspective, that twists reality in unexpected ways.
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