Spaghetti&Meatballs – A review by George Anderson

I’m very proud and humbled to share with RAMINGO readers what George Anderson wrote about my first book. “This is young Italian poet Mendes Biondo’s first collection of poetry. There are 41 poems in the book- written first in English and then in Italian. The poems are typically confessional, free verse, lower case and punctuation-free in style. They cover a wide gamut of topics typical of a fledgling poet- every day events, looking for a job, finding one’s place in the world, the rebellion against society’s expectations, his quest for love, fucking, and his thoughts on Italy, writing, god, death and Homer Simpson.”

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If you want to purchase “Spaghetti&Meatballs – Poems for Hot Organs”, click here:

Click here to visit Pski’s Porch Publishing:

Here you can find more about the artist who made the cover:

Mendes Biondo

Now available on Amazon

Cajun Mutt Press

Now available from Cajun Mutt Press, Where Hot Rods Ride by Mendes Biondo!

From the opening poem, A Crow On A High Voltage Cable, to the closing poem, Witness Of The Wine, this Hot Rod will take you on a wild ride!


Excerpt from the blurb, written by Mark Blickley

“For readers whose travel destinations do not include raw sex, masturbation, and unfettered erotic passion, please do not step into Biondo’s hot rod, a warning that I suspect should be issued not only to lovers of poetry but also to Mendes’ lovers. If sacred salacious journeys do not deter you, then buckle yourself in and peel off with tires smoking into Where Hot Rods Ride.”


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OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Send your best works to RAMINGO! right now



Hey folks it’s time to submit again! But there are a few things that are changed here. You were used to know The Ramingo’s Porch, our quarterly printed magazine, but due to the high costs of realization, we decided to change it into an e-magazine, publishing selected submissions continuosly.

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