Call this a poetry magazine, if you like.
Something authentic and delirious. Graceguts has just one main contributor. This is a place for poems, essays, stories, book reviews, and other materials that I’ve written or created—plus a few surprises. I add to it organically, focusing on published work. I’ve published thousands of poems, mostly haiku and related genres, as well as hundreds of essays and book reviews, and I hope you enjoy them. In addition to visiting the following highlighted links, please also explore the full menu. Thank you for visiting.
—Michael Dylan Welch
Read about recent site additions or other news or featured pages, with links to new content.
Make It New
If this is your first visit, everything here is new! Explore the links above or check out First Time Here. Or, to see what’s most recently added or changed on this site, review the Graceguts News listings. To see archived listings of earlier additions, visit Blogistics, this site’s former blog that ran from October of 2011 through August of 2021. And to see what I’m up to personally, please see my Appearances page, which, naturally, I keep up as best I can.
Featured pages appeared here each month from October 2009 through December 2012. See featured pages from past months. In January 2013 I discontinued this listing in favour of the Blogistics list of recent blog posts, which mostly featured recent additions, but the technology supporting this blog ended in September of 2021.
Catch Me If You Can
If you have comments about anything on this site, or discover a broken or misdirected link, please feel free to contact Michael Dylan Welch. Comments very welcome! If your comments are relevant to a particular page, I could possibly add your comments to that page (with your permission).
I’m in the process of securing permissions for particular content used on this site. If a poem or some other content is included on this site and I haven’t reached you yet, please let me know. See also the Poetry Foundation’s guidelines for “Best Practices for Fair Use in Poetry” and Stanford University’s fascinating (at least to me) “Copyright & Fair Use” page. +
This site is copyright © 2009–2023 by Michael Dylan Welch. All rights reserved. Poetry and other content by others is copyright by their respective authors. Please do not use or reprint any content on this site without permission, except within the bounds of fair use. Linking to any of this content does not require permission.