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  • Issue 4 | Honeybee Press
    a star as Fitzgerald put it Reality and digital reality are two very different things Apple Microsoft Google and Facebook have become very rich while convincing us otherwise Many literary publications are following this trend Submishmash eBooks Twitter accounts print on demand publishing Yet after all these gadgets and global interfacing most publications languish where sales and readership are concerned The Salon has become somewhat of an experiment can an unfunded upstart magazine run by twenty somethings connect with readers on a broad local level Already The Salon is distributed to over 50 locations in Vermont including many independent bookstores where it sells well enough to sustain publication This year the magazine is participating in all 3 of our state s literary festivals as well as holding a host of other events and this summer Honeybee Press the publishing body of The Salon was awarded a grant from the Vermont Arts Council to launch a book series I believe our success is due to several things the spirit of unity that exists in Vermont s arts organizations The Salon could not exist without the collaboration and synthesis of Burlington City Arts North End Studios and Alleycats Studio our refusal to buy into expensive digital trends and determination to work with out hands to produce the magazine and lastly the strength of the quality of work that writers are producing in this state Take a look inside and judge for yourself B A Like this Like Loading 2 Responses to Issue 4 Trackbacks Pingbacks Honeybee Press September 29 2011 Issue 4 Honeybee Press December 5 2012 Issue 4 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting

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  • Salon #5 | Honeybee Press
    t ever make an arrest The subaltern Muse of Dionysos stumbles but the Apollonian columns of the Fletcher Free Library stumble with him shadowing his every step stumbling until after centuries of this pursuit they look less like columns than like a forest Meanwhile in our role as literary magazine editors we re more like dispatchers than like cops we can t see the action we only hear the ghostly brittle voices over the transom If it s good we hear thrashing struggle But we have to grit our teeth and decide what to investigate and what to let slip by Literary magazines are like a very common species of deep sea fish Twice a year we swim up to the surface to spawn where we re likely to encounter propeller blades sharks suicides with second thoughts shoals of trash floating and the merciless admonitions of the sun The sun over open ocean mind you thousands of miles from land That s what it s like to be a literary magazine thank god for us we aren t one we re poets and editors And all you have to do is read But look out A splinter of the sun might suddenly glint from these pages up at you a splinter of sun up into your face At that moment you will know you are nothing but a terrified cop and you will hear the drunk whisper very close ERRATA Robert McKay is not to be trusted Here s why The Dante s Inferno Test has banished Robert to the Fifth Level of Hell Here is how he matched up against all the levels Level Score Purgatory Repending Believers Very Low Level 1 Limbo Virtuous Non Believers Very Low Level 2 Lustful High Level 3 Gluttonous Moderate Level 4 Prodigal

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  • About Us | Honeybee Press
    as well as recent Honeybee Press titles and issues of The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction Nethercott will also read at Amy s Bakery in Brattleboro from 6 9pm on Friday Aug 14th Poems for Strangers 15 00 Pine Street Poets is a new collection of writings from the Pine Street Poets Workshop Pick up a copy at Crow Bookshop the Burlington Farmers Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to The Salon take a look at the guidelines submissions are currently OPEN SUPPORT Volunteer efforts and financial support are greatly appreciated If you wish to volunteer or donate to The Salon please email thepoetrysalon gmail com Tags Ben Aleshire Edie Rhoads Poetry Robert

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  • Ben Aleshire | Honeybee Press
    Green Door Studio 4 Howard Street in the alley In case of rain there will be an announcement of a rain location Aesthesia at 39 Strong Street in the Old North End Drinks and food will be available as well as recent Honeybee Press titles and issues of The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction Nethercott will also read at Amy s Bakery in Brattleboro from 6 9pm on Friday Aug 14th Poems for Strangers 15 00 Pine Street Poets is a new collection of writings from the Pine Street Poets Workshop Pick up a copy at Crow Bookshop the Burlington Farmers Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to The Salon take a look

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  • Edie Rhoads | Honeybee Press
    Burlington Farmers Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to The Salon take a look at the guidelines submissions are currently OPEN SUPPORT Volunteer efforts and financial support are greatly appreciated If you wish to volunteer or donate to The Salon please email thepoetrysalon gmail com Tags Ben Aleshire Edie Rhoads Poetry Robert McKay The Salon Comments Leave a Comment Categories Uncategorized Aside Extra Extra Nick Spengler on Edie Rhoads 23 Mar Poet Nick Spengler recently took a break from his work as John Irving s literary assistant in the solitary village of Dorset Vermont and returned to the Old North End for the Burlington Free Press to catch up with Edie Rhoads her daughter

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  • Poetry | Honeybee Press
    9 30 at the Green Door Studio 4 Howard Street in the alley In case of rain there will be an announcement of a rain location Aesthesia at 39 Strong Street in the Old North End Drinks and food will be available as well as recent Honeybee Press titles and issues of The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction Nethercott will also read at Amy s Bakery in Brattleboro from 6 9pm on Friday Aug 14th Poems for Strangers 15 00 Pine Street Poets is a new collection of writings from the Pine Street Poets Workshop Pick up a copy at Crow Bookshop the Burlington Farmers Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to The

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  • Robert McKay | Honeybee Press
    30 9 30 at the Green Door Studio 4 Howard Street in the alley In case of rain there will be an announcement of a rain location Aesthesia at 39 Strong Street in the Old North End Drinks and food will be available as well as recent Honeybee Press titles and issues of The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction Nethercott will also read at Amy s Bakery in Brattleboro from 6 9pm on Friday Aug 14th Poems for Strangers 15 00 Pine Street Poets is a new collection of writings from the Pine Street Poets Workshop Pick up a copy at Crow Bookshop the Burlington Farmers Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to

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  • The Salon | Honeybee Press
    30 9 30 at the Green Door Studio 4 Howard Street in the alley In case of rain there will be an announcement of a rain location Aesthesia at 39 Strong Street in the Old North End Drinks and food will be available as well as recent Honeybee Press titles and issues of The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction Nethercott will also read at Amy s Bakery in Brattleboro from 6 9pm on Friday Aug 14th Poems for Strangers 15 00 Pine Street Poets is a new collection of writings from the Pine Street Poets Workshop Pick up a copy at Crow Bookshop the Burlington Farmers Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to

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