Brick Street Poetry Inc. endeavors to build avenues of poetry, brick by brick.
Tipton Poetry Journal
The Tipton Poetry Journal, located in the heartland of the Midwest, publishes quality poetry from Indiana and around the world.
The print version of Issue #22 (Summer 2011) has been published.
Poetry by John Abbott, Gilbert Allen, Jekwu Anyaegbuna, Nina Bennett, CL Bledsoe, Matthew Brennan, h.d. brown, Dan Carpenter, Alec Cizak, Hope Coulter, Christina Wos Donn Christina Woś Donnelly, Mary Anna Dunn, BD Feil, Ruth E. Foley, Gerburg Garmann, Angela Giambra, Diane Glancy, W. Gosnell, Catherine Grossman, Matthew Haughton, Steve Klepetar, Jayne Marek, Carol Matos, Lylanne Musselman, Thomas O’Dore, Winnona Elson Pasquini, Andrew Frederic Popper, Stephen R. Roberts, Amanda Leigh Rogers, Thomas Sabel, Noel Sloboda, Carol Smallwood, N. A’Yara Stein, Jonathan C. Stillerman, Joanna C. Valente, Kirby Wright.
Poetry by Miranda Bradley, Holly Burnside, Helen Marie Casey, Kevin Marshall Chopson, Katie Clare, Joan Colby, Curtis L. Crisler, George Fish, J. Bruce Fuller, John D. Groppe, Will Greenway, Colleen S. Harris, Ruth Holzer, Adam Hughes, Patrick Kanouse, Helga Kidder, Stephanie Knipper, Norbert Krapf, Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, David W. Landrum, W.F. Lantry, Micah Ling, Rocco Lungariello, Doris Lynch, Angie Macri, Lily Iona MacKenzie, Jayne Marek, Corey Mesler, Joey Minutillo, Rafael Miguel Montes, James Murdock, Thomas O'Dore, James Owens, Rhonda C. Poynter, Bruc Pratt, Stephen R. Roberts, Mary Sexson, R Jay Slais, Jacob Thomas and Tim Tomlinson. Artwork by Laura Hall Tesdahl. Photography by Mike and Karen Wade. JL Kato reviews Edward Byrne's "Seeded Light". Micah Ling reviews Shaindel Beers' "A Brief History of Time" and Jessie Carty's "Paper House."
Featuring Indy’s universe of poetry
Word Hunger, sponsored by Brick Street Poetry Inc., will engage community discussion on food production in several Indiana counties including:
These community discussions are an integral part of a literary art project. Word Hunger is sponsored by Brick Street Poetry Inc. through grants from the Indiana Humanities Council ,with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Indiana Arts Commission. This project was part of the 2010 Spirit & Place Festival on November 14, 2010.
Follow Brick Street Poetry’s Word Hunger project on the Word Hunger Blog.
Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed on this website do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment For the Humanities, the Indiana Humanities Council or the Indiana Arts Commission.
Poetry on Brick Street
Poetry on Brick Street will present Kevin McKelvey as the featured poet and speaker at 6:30 pm Thursday February 2. 2012 in the cellar room at G. Simone’s Café (112C South Main Street in downtown Zionsville, Indiana).
Featured Poet: Kevin McKelvey
Kevin McKelvey is a poet and essayist and teaches writing, editing, and publishing at the University of Indianapolis. His chapbook, Dream Wilderness, is part of a book-length sequence inspired by the Charles C. Deam Wilderness Area in Indiana.
The Indiana Arts Commission recently awarded him a grant to write poems about Indiana's Wabash River. He lives with his wife and two children in Indianapolis in a house built in 1890.
An Open “mic” for poets will follow the featured speaker.
Poetry on Brick Street is sponsored by Brick Street Poetry Inc. —a tax-exempt non-profit organization under IRS Code 501(c)(3). Brick Street Poetry Inc. also publishes the Tipton Poetry Journal and hosts other poetry-related events.
Board of Directors:
Barry Harris, President
Susan Miller, Secretary/Treasurer
Brick Street Poetry Inc, a non-profit Zionsville organization registered in the State of Indiana, is a tax-exempt non-profit organization under IRS Code 501(c)(3). Brick Street Poetry Inc. publishes the Tipton Poetry Journal, hosts the monthly poetry series Poetry on Brick Street and sponsors other poetry-related events.
Brick Street Poetry Inc.
P.O. Box 804
Zionsville, IN 46077
Poetry on Brick Street: http://poetryonbrickstreet.org
Tipton Poetry Journal: http://tiptonpoetryjournal.com