Meet John C. Mannone

Poet John C. MannoneA special announcement from John

John C. Mannone has over 700 published works in Poetry South, Artemis, Blue Fifth Review, New England Journal of Medicine, Peacock Journal, Gyroscope Review, Baltimore Review, Pedestal, Pirene’s Fountain, Event Horizon, Eye To The Telescope and others. He’s the winner of the 2017 Jean Ritchie Fellowship in Appalachian literature and the recipient of two Weymouth writing residencies. He has three poetry collections: Apocalypse (Alban Lake Publishing) won 3rd place for the 2017 Elgin Book Award; Disabled Monsters (The Linnet’s Wings Press) featured at the 2016 Southern Festival of Books; and Flux Lines (Celtic Cat Publishing)—love-related poems using science metaphors—due out in 2018. He’s been awarded the 2017 Horror Writers Association Scholarship; two Joy Margrave Awards for Nonfiction; and nominated for several Pushcart, Rhysling, and Best of the Net awards. He edits poetry for Abyss & ApexSilver Blade, and Liquid Imagination. He’s a professor of physics near Knoxville, TN.

Read John’s work in Altered Reality Magazine:

Happy Hour at Drake’s Lounge
You Always Said You Could Swim Like A Fish
Pharaoh’s Eye
Yellow Spiders
Matthew’s Diary
Night Train

Read John’s work other places:

Stellar Quake – New England Journal of Medicine
Five Poems – Peacock Journal
Dignity of Sleep – Gyroscope Review
Freefall – Baltimore Review
Wormwood – Pedestal
A Glass of Stella – Pirene’s Fountain
undying – Eye To The Telescope
Paper Heart – Event Horizon
When the Comet Dust Settles – Syzygy