the barnyard serves as a collective blog for livestock editions, a small poetry press. livestock editions was founded in 2006 in boulder with summer stock, a limited run, four issue journal, featuring writing by akilah oliver, anne waldman, reed bye, and many up-and-coming writers who have since become active members of literary communities and contemporary small press publishing. we continue to publish summer stock as an online journal. please visit by clicking on the link above.

our goal is to support talented poets/writers by providing an online journal that features high quality experimental, radical, mindful writing. livestock also produces a handmade poetry chapbook series, offering titles by jennifer rogers and j/j hastain, available on a free exchange/gift economy. the editors scribble over distance from a variety of poetic enclaves: ore, wv, nyc, & mass.

you can contact us via the electonic mail by writing :
livestockeditions [at] gmail [dot] com

ye editors:

Elizabeth Guthrie is a poet and performer living in New York researching for a practice-based PhD in text and performance at UEL. She has a book entitled Portraits - Captions released by Contraband Books; a pamphlet, X Portraits, out through Crater Press; a chapbook, Yellow and Red, through Black Lodge Press; and a collaborative chapbook with Andrew K. Peterson, Between Here and the Telescopes, through Slumgullion PressHer work has appeared in various journals including Onedit, Requited, Bombay Gin, Pinstripe Fedora, Alba Londres, and Open Letter. She is poet in residence at the Centre for Creative Collaboration in London.

Jared Hayes tends to shadows and their ghosts in Portland, Oregon. Hayes is the author of The Dead Love (Black Radish Books) and Bandit from Little Red Leaves' Textile Series. Enjoys being in the company of the Dusie Kollektiv, Black Radish Books, and Livestock Editions. Jared's poetry can be found.

Andrew K. Peterson is the author of some deer left the yard moving day (BlazeVox 2013), Karaoke Lipsync Opera (White Sky 2012), and Museum of Thrown Objects (BlazeVox 2010). His chapbook bonjour meriwether & the rabid maps (Fact-Simile Press 2011) recently appeared in an exhibition on poets' maps at the University of Arizona's Poetry Center. His work has been anthologized in Emergency Index 2012 (Ugly Duckling Presse), The Ash Anthology (Fact-Simile Press), and Jennifer Karmin's 4000 WORDS 4000 DEAD collaborative performance project. He lives in the Boston area. 

Tim Armentrout is a West Virginia-based poet whose writings include the poetry collection All This Falling Away (Dusie 2007) and the book-length poem Someone Screaming Out, which uses several of Shakespeare’s tragedies as the source texts for erasure. A reading of the first section, taken from Macbeth, is available for download on the WV Writers Podcast. He is an active member in WV Writers, a non-profit group that hosts both events and is dedicated to promoting writing and writers in his home state. He is a coauthor of a graphic novel, The Infection, and also released an audio recording of his poetry, Pilgrim of the Neo-Dark Ages.

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