A friend in the know says: "If you’re going to the AWP convention in Minneapolis and want to find out what North American poetry looks like from expatriate Europe, you might want to check out booth 536, where Versal, an English language poetry magazine based in Amsterdam, is showcasing not only itself but a dozen other English language magazines and small presses from Europe—Belleville Park Pages (Paris/London), Book Ex Machina (Cyprus), Broken Dimanche (Berlin), Corrupt Press (Luxembourg), Color Treasury (Paris), EstepaEditions (Paris), Fivehundred Places (Berlin), MIEL Books (Ghent), Paris Lit Up (right), Readux Books (Berlin), SAND Journal (Berlin), Structo (London/Leiden), Teller Magazine (Berlin/London), and VLAK and Equus Press (Prague). If the four titles published so far by Color Treasury, the only one of the imprints I know, are any indication of the general quality, I’d get to booth 536 sooner rather than later. Color Treasury 001 is Sarah Lariviere’s poem salt hotel; CT 002 is Rotation, a polylogue by Jonathan Regier for a video piece by Yeondon Jung that was commissioned for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London; CT 003 is a newspaper of poetry and art from around the world; and CT 004 is a collection of three poems by Ron Horning, From Philip Drunk to Philip Sober. salt hotel is out of print, but Rotation and From Philip Drunk to Philip Sober are available at booth 536, each handmade copy accompanied by a free copy of CT 003. Here is a link to Versal’s flyer: http://www.versaljournal.org/blog/2015/4/2/europe-calling-eurotourawp-comes-to-minneapolis"