The new ebook from Argotist Ebooks is “terra form[a]” by Jane Joritz-Nakagawa
Jane Joritz-Nakagawa’s eighth poetry book (excluding chapbooks), “terra form(a)” explores relationships between stability and instability, illness and recovery, hope and despair, connection and disconnection, material and immaterial.
Available as a free ebook here:
Full Argotist Ebooks catalogue here:
Boog City’s 14th annual small, small press fair is a little over three
months away, and we’d like to extend to you an invite to each of you
The fair will once again span two days, Sat. Sept. 16-Sun. Sept. 17,
2017, and be held at Prospect Heights, Brooklyn’s Unnameable Books
(600 Vanderbilt [ … ]
Boog City presents
The Portable Boog Reader 10:
Portland, Ore. and N.Y.C.
is now online:
COME TO THE
This Sun., June 11, 1:00 p.m.
600 Vanderbilt Ave.
WITH READINGS FROM PBR10 CONTRIBUTORS
Ray DeJesús * Frank Grisanzio * Sharon Mesmer
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The Hudson Valley Writers Guild
The Poetry Motel Foundation
c/o Dan Wilcox
280 South Main Ave.
Albany, NY 12208
> Press Release — for immediate release
pPoets in the Park, 2017:br /
Readings scheduled for July 15, 22, & 29/p
pPoets in the Park is celebrating over 25 years of bringing poetry [ … ]
NEWLY POSTED! TtD supplement #80 : seven questions for Oliver Cusimano
also: TtD supplement #79 : seven questions for Douglas Barbour & Sheila Murphy
TtD supplement #78 : seven questions for Joseph Mosconi
The thirteenth issue of Touch the Donkey (a small poetry journal) is still available, with
new work by J
The new ebook from Argotist Ebooks is “Dark Lyrics” by Jaime Robles.
“Dark Lyrics” looks at several contemporary poets, and how they use a darker emotional palette in their writing. The poets include John Burnside, Maxine Chernoff and Seamus Heaney, among many others. The book presents Classical ideas and mythology as a backdrop for the poetic [ … ]
We’re four years and over one hundred essays into the occasional series of “On Writing” essays I’ve been curating over at the ottawa poetry newsletter blog. I’ve included an updated list, below, of those pieces posted so far, and the list is becoming quite substantive. Way (way) back in April, 2012, I discovered (thanks to [ … ]