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.
“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
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