Jordan Stempleman is the author of eight collections of poetry including Wallop and No, Not Today (Magic Helicopter Press). Stempleman is the co-editor of The Continental Review, contributing editor for Windfall Room, faculty advisor for the literary arts magazine Sprung Formal, and curator of A Common Sense Reading Series.
In 2013, The Huffington Post listed Stempleman as one of “The Top 200 Advocates of American Poetry.” He is an assistant professor in the Liberal Arts Department at the Kansas City Art Institute.
THE CONTINENTAL REVIEW
Established in 2007, The Continental Review is one of the longest-running online literary magazines devoted to video poetics.
Suspended between two continents and two forms, providing an international haven for hybridized imagistic objects, the review is jointly edited by Nicholas Manning in Paris, France, and Jordan Stempleman in Kansas City, MO., USA.
A COMMON SENSE
Kaveh Akbar & Nate Marshall: September 25, 2021 Co-hosted with Race Project KC
Robert Brown & Chell Navarro: April 24, 2021
Emily Pettit & Jason Teal: March 27, 2021
Kiki Petrosino & BJ Soloy: February 27, 2021
Rylie Lawver & Emily Mooney: January 30th, 2021
Diannely Antigua & Caryl Pagel: November 21, 2020
Carrie Lorig & Jane Wong: October 17, 2020
Anaïs Duplan & Tim Earley: September 12, 2020
Since 2005, Sprung Formal has been a student-edited and produced literary magazine. We pride ourselves on combining professional content with professional-grade student work, in a magazine that is itself an interesting object.
Windfall Room is a poetry publication & archive presenting high-quality video recitations.
We love all manner of poems. The most common way to experience a poem, even on digital platforms, is through the written word. Far less common by comparison, but no less wonderful, is to experience a poem well-recited by a human. We wish to be a place for recited poems.
Each issue Windfall Room publishes a poet reciting one of their own works in a high-quality audio/video format. There is no accompanying text version of the poem.