Portaging celebrates new writing from the Midwest with a particular focus on experimental and hybrid work from small presses.
C. Kubasta lives and writes in central Wisconsin. Her poetry and prose celebrates the rural: the strange and beautiful, the awkward and forgiving. Despite the lower population density, she can always find plenty to write about. She is the author of two chapbooks, A Lovely Box and &s, and the book All Beautiful & Useless. A second book of poetry, Of Covenants, is forthcoming in 2017.
Find C. Kubasta at her website.
C. Kubasta reviews Tara Betts’s poetry collection BREAK THE HABIT.read more
“These poems speak like a faucet, a throat, a hollow-out space. As poems should.” C. Kubasta reviews IN ONE FORM TO FIND ANOTHER by Jane Lewty.read more
On Tinderbox Poetry Journal, Tinderbox Editions, experimental and hybrid poetry, and Katharine Rauk’s BURIED CHOIRS.read more
C. Kubasta shares her summer hammock reads: disrupted narrative by Lindsey Drager & experimental poetry by Sarah Sadieread more
“In keeping with Brain Mill’s mission, Portaging hopes to highlight marginalized voices, as well as marginalized forms.”read more