Paul Pines author of Reflections in s Smoking Mirror, New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros, Fishing on the Polestar, and Message from the Memoirist, will read at the Lee Library, Lee Massachusetts, Tuesday, July 26, 5:30pm.
W. Nick Hill’s “Dark Forecast”, from his book Blue Nocturne, is the poem of record in Verse Daily July 5, 2016. W. Nick Hill is also the author of And We’d Understand Crows Laughing.
Paul Pines’ essay entitled In Pursuit of It (PDF), in response to the essay collection edited by Burt Kimmelman and Jon Curley, THE POETRY AND POETICS OF MICHAEL HELLER: A Nomad Memory, is now out in the latest AMERICAN BOOK REVIEW.
We are happy to announce that Stuart Bartow, author of Einstein’s Lawn is a co-winner of this years Adirondack Center for Writing Literary Award in poetry.
Paul Pines, author of Reflections in a Smoking Mirror, New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros, Fishing on the Polestar, and Message from the Memoirist has an essay featured in NUMERO CINQ FISHER KING # 4: Dinner with the Fisher King.
R. Nemo Hill (author of When Men Bow Down, and In No Man’s Ear) was given feature in the online journal Singapore Poetry, and was presented by Jee Leong Koh in introduction to the book launch reading of In No Man’s Ear.
Fred Muratori, author of A Civilization has three poems from the book featured in the online blog As It Ought To Be (AIOTB) edited by Okla Elliot.
Paul Pines remarkable memoir My Brother’s Madness is now available on line as an e-book via Google Play or on Amazon’s Kindle.
Deb Diemont author of Wanderer, and Diverting Angels has three poems in the online journal Nine Mile.
Paul Pines author of Reflections in a Smoking Mirror, New Orleans Variation & Paris Ouroboros, Fishing on the Pole Star, and Messages from the Memoirist, has had two poems published in Home Planet News.
Dr. Owen Lewis (Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Best Man) reads his first prize winning poem in the “open” category, “At Tribeca’s Edge.”
Dos Madres Author is top winner in the 2016 Open and NHS Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine. The Open International First Prize went to Owen Lewis MD, a clinical psychiatry professor at Columbia University, New York City and Visiting Professor at Einstein Medical College.
We are proud and deeply honored to announce that Pauletta Hansel, author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle has been chosen as Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate.
Eileen Tabios author of INVENT[ST]ORY has three poems featured in the online journal SPRUNG POETRY
Rick Mullin author of Soutine, Coelacanth, and Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle, has had his latest volume of poetry Stignatz and the User of Vicenza reviewed by At The Inkwell‘s Benjamin Scmittt.