The February 2023 issue of The Seventh Quarry Magazine is already full.
The submission window for the July 2023 issue will be open in October 2022.
THE JULY ISSUE OF THE SEVENTH QUARRY MAGAZINE
Issue 36: Poetry from America, England, India, Ireland, Romania, Scotland, Spain and Wales. It also includes a Poet Profile of Greek poet Maria Mastrioti and an interview with American poet and collage artist John Digby.
FORTHCOMING: AUGUST, 2022
The book version of a new stage drama about Dylan Thomas, 'Under the Raging Moon/One night with Dylan Thomas in Greenwich Village', by Peter Thabit Jones (co-published with Cross-Cultural Communications, New York).
FORTHCOMING: AUGUST, 2022
THE ROMANIAN CONTEMPORARY POETRY OF MOLDOVA
A Special Issue of The Seventh Quarry Magazine.
Translations by Dr. Olimpia Iacob of Romania and American poet Jim Kacian.
FORTHCOMING FROM THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS IN 2022/2023
Poetry collections from American poet Sultan Catto, Welsh poet and
world-renowned philosopher and literary critic Christopher Norris, and American poet John Dotson.
A CANCER NOTEBOOK by Peter Thabit Jones (co-published with Cross-Cultural Communications, New York)
THE SEVENTH QUARRY POETRY MAGAZINE
ISSUE 35: WINTER/SPRING 2022
This issue features work from America, China, England, Iran, Israel, Italy, Ireland, and Wales. It also includes a Poet Profile of American poet and dramatist Russell Thorburn, an interview with Fariba Mohamadian about her thesis “Freudian Interpretation of Dreams in Dylan Thomas’s Selected Poems and Rene Magritte’s Selected Paintings” for the Islamic Azad University in Iran, and Italian poet and artist Lidia Chiarelli discussing Ekphrastic poetry.
NEW FROM THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS
Where Shadows Stir, a superb new book of poetry by Welsh poet Byron Beynon. A poet whose experience and intelligence shine throughout a collection of carefully crafted poems. Byron’s poetic voice is original and one that offers a variety of subjects, each one showing his masterly control of language. (Peter Thabit Jones)
Comments on previous books by Byron:
“Beynon achieves a lyrical-style beauty.”—Duncan Glen in Lines Review
“The poems sit mellow in perfect space …read them slowly, let their words stay with you. That’s what poetry does best.”—Peter Finch in The Insider
NOTE: Please see Josh Brown's (Portsmouth Poetry) current review of Where Shadows Stir at portsmouthpoetry.co.uk/reviews
ISSUE 35 FEATURED IN ROMANIAN JOURNAL
Issue 35 of The Seventh Quarry Magazine is featured in the current issue of the prestigious Romanian literary journal Convorbiri Literare. My thanks to Dr. Olimpia Iacob for arranging the feature and for her translations.
NEW FROM THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS,
CO-PUBLISHED WITH CROSS-CULTURAL COMMUNICATIONS, USA
"Immortal Seeds: Bearing Gold from the Abyss"
a new poetry book by American poet and artist
Carolyn Mary Kleefeld
Like a lovely wreath on a Cenotaph, Immortal Seeds: Bearing Gold from the Abyss displays the elegance of heartfelt grief. The numinous imagery of Carolyn’s artwork provides us with glimpses of the infinite love and deep reverence that Carolyn held for David.—George DiCaprio, Environmentalist, Father of Leonardo DiCaprio.
Foreword to the book by Peter Thabit Jones
THE SEVENTH QUARRY MAGAZINE FEATURED IN ACOLADA, A LEADING ROMANIAN JOURNAL
The Seventh Quarry Magazine is featured in the the September 2021 issue of the renowned Romanian journal, Acolada. A group of poets, including Welsh poets K.S. Moore & Ness Owen, have a poem in it, chosen by Dr. Olimpia Iacob, who has translated a number of books by Peter Thabit Jones, Founder and Editor of The Seventh Quarry Press, which were published in Romania. Many thanks to Oli.
THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS
is now a member of Cyhoeddi Cymru/Publishing Wales (CCPW),
an organisation of leading publishers in Wales.
NEW BOOK ABOUT SWANSEA'S EASTSIDE
New from The Seventh Quarry Press, a book about Swansea’s Eastside: “East Side Story: Times, Tides and Tales of Saint Thomas and District”/Recalled by Members of the Eastside Historical Society. The book is edited by Colin Wheldon James, with a Foreword by Peter Thabit Jones. A wonderful collection of personal memories, historical facts, and photographs.
This particular publication is only available via email@example.com as all sales money goes to the Eastside Historical Society. Price: £5. Postage and packing: £1.83 1st class/£1.53 2nd class.
This Special Issue is a tribute to Július Vanovič (1935-2020), a remarkable Slovakian literary historian, critic, essayist, publisher and writer, by translator and Massachusetts Lowell University professor Miriam Margala.
THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS HAS BEEN PLACED ON THE PRESTIGIOUS
The Seventh Quarry Press has been recognised as a quality publishing press by Poets & Writers, Inc, New York, and has been added to their database of publishers.
NEW BOOK FROM THE SEVENTH QUARRY PRESS, FEBRUARY 2021:
Please see Jessica Newport's review of REMEMBERING VINCE CLEMENTE in the REVIEWS Section