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Karla Van Vliet, JS Graustein, and William O’Daly
Asemic Paintings / Writings
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About Me: Karla Van Vliet is the author of two collections of poems, From the Book of Remembrance (Shanti Arts, 2015), andThe River From My Mouth (Shanti Arts, 2016) and a poem length chapbook, Fragments: From the Lost Book of the Bird Spirit (Folded Word, 2018.) Her newest book, Fluency: A Collection of Asemic Writings, is forthcoming from Shanti Arts, 2020. She is an Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize finalist, and a two-time Pushcart and Best of the Net nominee. Her poems have appeared in Acumen, Poet Lore, The Tishman Review, Green Mountains Review, Crannog Magazine and others. Karla is a co-founder and editor of deLuge Journal.She is an Integrative Dreamwork analyst, artist and administrator of the New England Young Writers' Conference at Bread Loaf, Middlebury College. Karla lives in Vermont.
About deLuge: deLuge is an online literary and arts journal devoted to the wealth of creativity that arises from dreams - directly or indirectly - and from the deeply felt/experienced life.
We present work that catches the breath, resonates like the low hum of a bass cello, dazzles slant or straight on, and brings us to epiphany, the cliff's edge, or that rises through quiet presence.
However each piece sings, we hope that it leaves you feeling the reverb long after the final note.
deLuge publishes strong, passionate pieces that excite and challenge. We accept work from new, emerging, and established writers.
Co-founders / Co-editors: Karla Van Vliet and Sue Scavo
Green Mountains Review -
A Compendium of Notional Words,
The Medicine of Blues, Four Fragments, Yielding
Acumen - On Brenhilda of Sula Sgeir
Painted Bride Quarterly - The Doe
Off the Coast - Love
Sheila-Na-Gig - If the Target at the Shooting Range Were a Man with a Gun
Heartwood - Off Season
Blue Heron Review.com - Unstitched, My Blessing
Still Point Arts Quarterly - Con-fes-sion (lyrical essay)
The Tishman Review -
Finalist for 2016 Edna St. Vincent Millay Poetry Prize -
If My Body Were a Country Meadow
Edged by a Shadowed Wood
The Tishman Review - What was Needed, Night Swan, Boat Prayer
Found Poetry Review 9 - I Will Come
The Kent Museum: Words Out Loud - Reading video
Utsanga - Statement, Asemic Writing
That: A Plan(et) - Her Story 2.2, What the Full Moon Spoke to Me Last Night
Seven Days: Scored Paintings
Seven Days: A Brush with the East
Images From the Past: Champlain's Lake Rediscovered