2017: A Celebration of Women – thank you

In April 2017, work published on was viewed over 22,000 times and we’re not finished counting yet. Note that these poems, video-poems, asemic writing pieces, visual poems, paintings and collages will be on line until February 28, 2018. Please visit

Thank you

to our contributors:

Roua Aljied, Karen Massey, Ellen Wiener, Reema, Lin Tarczynski,  sophie anne edwards, Su Rogers,  Ruth Roach Pierson, Carol White,  kjmunro, Jennifer K. Dick, Ariel Dawn, michèle provost, Elaine Woo, Charlotte Henay,  Jennifer Footman, hiromi suzuki, Vanessa Shields, K.S. Ernst, Ashleigh Allen, J. Ellen Cooper, Marvyne Jenoff, Judith Copithorne, Elee Kraljii Gardiner, Marilyn R. Rosenberg, Catherine Graham, Mariah Lynne Dear, Rosaire Appel, Akua Lezli Hope, Louise P. Sloane;

to all who submitted work for this special celebration, and those who shared the call for submissions;

to all who visited the site and spread the word to others.

Please support our contributors by purchasing their books, chapbooks, CDs and art, reviewing their work, and attending their readings, performances and exhibitions.

I urge you to join Canadian Women in the Literary Arts and VIDA: Women in Literary Arts and support their efforts to raise awareness of gender disparity and to promote marginalized voices, including people of color; writers with disabilities; and queer, trans and gender nonconforming individuals.

Let’s continue to break boundaries together.

Established in 2007 by Amanda Earl, AngelHousePress publishes ragged edges, raw talent and rebels via limited edition chapbooks, two on line annual magazines, an on line essay series and the podcast, the Small Machine Talks. In 2016, AngelHousePress began a free close reading service for new women poets. We are committed to publishing voices too often marginalized via main stream literary activity. For more information, please visit, the FB Page: or contact All queries will be gently and respectfully answered in a timely manner.

yr fallen angel,

Amanda Earl


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