I'm delighted to have made it into the latest edition, No.135, of long-running and high quality webzine Snakeskin, which takes the form of a book fair. It's flattering to be in there alongside all kinds of excellent poets, including fellow Happenstancer Eleanor Livingstone (we launched our chapbooks at the same Edinburgh reading back in October 2005 - I can recommend hers), Alison Brackenbury (Bricks And Ballads is another I can highly recommend), and Snakeskin editor George Simmers, who manages to be both a real craftsman AND have a lot of fun with his poetry. Anyway, have a browse. My featured poem (imaginatively titled Poem) was one of my favourites from my chapbook, or rather, as near as I got to writing a 'manifesto' poem. It has also spawned a sort of sequel poem, but more of that some other time.
Snakeskin has had one or two web-based problems in the last couple of weeks, but as you'll see, it's very much alive and well again.