Hard Rain Poetry: Forever Dylan Anthology available today!

Kindle & Paperback Links:

U.S. : https://tinyurl.com/2p938cy8

Canada: https://tinyurl.com/2p9cnc2c

India: https://tinyurl.com/5ebda55a kindle only for now. Paperback should be there soon

U.K. : https://tinyurl.com/yc7sk3n8

France: https://tinyurl.com/2kahcd9v

Germany (Deutschland): https://tinyurl.com/fj24ed4s

Japan: https://tinyurl.com/33unzy8y Kindle only for now. Hopefully paperback sometime soon

Australia: https://tinyurl.com/3c6kdhxe Kindle only for now. Not sure on paperback here

Brazil: https://tinyurl.com/2p98w62w Kindle only for now. Not sure on paperback status

Italy: https://tinyurl.com/mryn59us

Netherlands: https://tinyurl.com/yrvzekh8

Mexico: https://tinyurl.com/6pf5jnc6

Poland: https://tinyurl.com/2p8h5b5p possibly kindle only so far

Sweden: https://tinyurl.com/yckjd7jn possibly kindle only so far

Spain: https://tinyurl.com/4pe777f2

United Arab Emirates: https://tinyurl.com/ne6m3j73 Paperback

Featuring the following:

Art/photos by Tony Aiken, Geoffrey Wren, David L O’Nan

Featured Poetry from Elizabeth Cusack
several pieces from me David L O'Nan (including debut poetry)
Ron Whitehead  (U.S. Beat Poet Laureate)
John Guzlowski
Ivor Daniel
Lynn White
James Schwartz
Robert Frede Kenter
Thasia Anne Lunger
Christian Garduno
R.M. Engelhardt
Peter Hague
Spriha Kant
Beth Mulcahy
Matthew Freeman
Kushal Poddar
Carrie Anne Golden
Joe Kidd
Troy Jackson
Mark Andrew Heathcote
w v sutra
Owen Bullock
F.E. Clark
Ethan McGuire
Ian Richardson
Doreen Stock
Peter Lilly
Dan Carpenter
Jude Neale
Clive Gresswell
Derek Smith
Tim Troglen
Billy Watson
Maid Corbic
Brenda E. Nwafor
Kathryn Sadakierski
Sadie Maskery
Jeremy Limn

Bio: David L O’Nan is a poet, short story writer, editor living in Southern Indiana. He is the editor for the Poetry & Art Anthologies “Fevers of the Mind Poetry and Art. and has also edited & curated other Anthologies including 2 inspired by Leonard Cohen and Hard Rain Poetry inspired by Bob Dylan. He has self-published works under the Fevers of the Mind Press “The Famous Poetry Outlaws are Painting Walls and Whispers” “The Cartoon Diaries” & “New Disease Streets” (2020). A compilation of 4 books “Bending Rivers” a micro poem collection “Lost Reflections” and new book “Before the Bridges Fell” (look under books tab in Amazon) under Cajun Mutt Press & “His Poetic Last Whispers” (2022) David has had work published in Icefloe Press, Dark Marrow, Truly U, 3 Moon Magazine, Elephants Never, Royal Rose Magazine, Spillwords, Anti-Heroin Chic, Cajun Mutt Press, Punk Noir Magazine, Voices From the Fire. Twitter is @davidLONan1 and for the book @feversof  Join Facebook Group: Fevers of the Mind Poetry & Arts Group . Facebook Author page DavidLONan1 and goodreads page is https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/18366060.David_L_O_Nan

Keywords: Bob Dylan, Anthologies, Red Hen Press, Fevers of the Mind Press, Graywolf Press, Music, Folk Rock, 60’s, 70’s, Suze Rotolo, Joan Baez, The Band, The Byrds, Minnesota, Greenwich Village, Newport Folk Festival, Autumn House Press, Mansfield Press, Tupelo Press, David L O’Nan, Geoffrey Wren, Leonard Cohen, Edie Sedgwick, Woody Guthrie, Against the Grain Press, Bad Betty Press, Simon & Schuster, New York Times, Broken Sleep Books, Los Angeles, New York City, erbacce Press, Fly on the Wall Press, Indigo Dreams, Hesterglock, Leon Literary, Lapwing Publications, Nine Arches Press, Black Swan Press, Penguin Books, Random House, Penteract Press, IceFloe Press, Sundress Publications, Salmon Poetry, Two Rivers Press, Hedgehog Press, Plan B Press, Tinhouse, Mansfield Press, Black Mountain Press, New Orleans, Evansville, Bloomington, Louisville, Nashville, Coach House Books, Platypus Press, Copper Canyon Press

conact me at feversofthemind@gmail.com if interested in my style of writing Twitter: @DavidLONan1 and for @feversof for the Anthologies and website.

A Quick 4 questions with Britta Phillips from Luna, Dean & Britta with Dean Wareham

Britta Phillips has been on the music scene over 30 years with great bands such as Luna and Dean & Britta with Dean Wareham (formerly of Galaxie 500) She has also been an actress and has some current projects being worked on. Let’s find out a little more about Britta!

Q1: When did you start writing/playing music and early influences?

Britta: I started singing first, when I was very little, with my mom and sister. My parents were both very musical. My dad was a professional pianist who played on Broadway and with Phillip Glass and Liza Minelli. One of my earliest memories is of lying beneath a grand piano while he played Chopin waltzes for ballet classes. When I was 8, I started playing clarinet in the school band and teaching myself piano at home. My mom showed me guitar chords when I was 11. I started writing (very badly!) at 18. My earliest musical influences were Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, then on to classic rock. I had a brief metal period believe it or not, and then in the early 80s mostly listened to pop: Madonna, Michael Jackson, The Police, Prince. Then I discovered Siouxsie Sioux and the Cure… R.E.M. I really discovered the alternative/indie world of music after moving to London in 1989, beginning with the Velvet Underground.

Q2: How has your influences expanded throughout the years?

Britta: My influences continue to expand and evolve, although I still count Lou Reed and the VU as pretty unbeatable. For instance, I loved disco as a teen in the 70s but my my friends hated it so I listened alone in my car. In the nineties I stopped listening to all dance music but then came back to loving it again in 2000. Good music and good music. I’m not attached to any particular genre. In the aughties, I also discovered oldies like Serge Gainsbourg, Lee Hazlewood, Nina Simone, Dusty Springfield and Scott Walker, thanks to my husband, Dean, who is always playing me exciting new (and old) music. These days I’m really into female artists (Cate Le Bon, Aldous Harding,  Angel Olsen) but there are always great new bands, you just have to sift through a lot of mediocrity to find them.

Q3 Have travels and where you have grown up help influence your art?

Britta: There have been just a few people that have really exposed me to the music I love, starting with my mom  and my dad, and then NYC itself. I used to travel to NYC to visit my father. He was musical director of Jesus Christ Superstar on Broadway and seeing that show had a big affect on me. It made me want to get up on a stage and sing rock music. I moved to NYC in ’82 and that had an influence, of course. And then definitely living in London from 1989 to 1992 in the shoe gaze era had a huge influence. But since 2000, when I moved back to NYC, DJ Dean Wareham is my biggest influence/muse.

Q4: Any upcoming projects/links you’d like to share?

Britta: Dean & I wrote some music for a brand new HBO show, IRMA VEP!

Britta’s linktree!



oh by the way…did you know that Britta was a singing voice for Jem and the Holograms cartoon?????

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