PageBoy Magazine Writers on Writers

When I was asked for writing about a writer by Thomas Walton of Pageboy Magazine, I immediately thought of my homage to Sam Hamill, written in 2014 and written after the Kenneth Rexroth poem “A Letter to William Carlos Williams.”   When presented to Sam,...

Thomas Walton’s Art Party

The man behind the award-winning Pageboy Magazine, Thomas Walton, is at it again. He sent me THIS today: Greetings, Please join PageBoy Magazine this Sunday (Dec 13) for the inaugural episode of Art Party. What it is: an art party with visual art and video by Sara...

Hillman City Haibun 9 Anagrams

It was probably in 1995 or ’96 that Danika Dinsmore made me aware of a form of poetry called Present Beau, a kind of poem that employs the restraint of using only the letters in someone’s name in the poem itself. Thomas Walton of Pageboy Magazine has been...

Four Hoarse Men Ride Again

A couple of years ago I became part of a group of poets that sought to explore poetry from the angle of pure sound in the tradition of Dada, Kurt Schwitters, the Four Horsemen (of Canada, from whom we poached our name), Michael McClure’s Ghost Tantras and...

PageBoy Magazine Interview

We’d planned to interview Thomas Walton about the publication he edits and publishes, Pageboy Magazine, as well as contributor Sierra Nelson not long before it was deemed BEST LITERARY MAGAZINE IN SEATTLE by the local alternative newsweekly, The Stranger, but...