Magazine of Short Poetry
Denis M. Garrison, Editor
Published by MET Press,
Baltimore, Maryland USA
Copyright © 2009 by MET Press;
All Rights Reserved.
Concise Delight Magazine of Short Poetry publishes the very best of very short verse, that is,
from one to nine lines in length and including all forms, nonce forms, and free verse.|
Concise Delight was commended under BEST LITERARY PERIODICALS in The Montserrat Review's
Best Books for Spring Reading, 2010 [Link]
Denis M. Garrison, editor and publisher of Concise Delight, lives near Maryland's Chesapeake Bay
with his wife, Deborah. In the 1970s, he edited Towson University’s literary magazine and taught creative
writing for Johns Hopkins University’s Free University. His poetry's published in Poetry Scotland, Ribbons, Tangled Hair, Nightingale, Eucalypt,
Simply Haiku, Moonset, Wisteria, Roadrunner, Trilopia, Magnapoets, Verse Libre Quarterly, Stirring, World Haiku Review, and many others,
and in his books, Hidden River (haiku), Fire Blossoms: The Birth of Haiku Noir, and
Sailor in the Rain and Other Poems. Garrison has edited Modern English Tanka,
Ambrosia, Haiku Harvest, Modern Haiga, Ku Nouveau, Haiku Noir, Templar Phoenix,
Haiku Cycles, Gunpowder River Poetry, Amaze: The Cinquain Journal, and Loch Raven Review.
See his online bookstore at
Denis M. Garrison Online.
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