Tangle by Pauletta Hansel

Barbara Gray of WVXU has a conversation with Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate, Pauletta Hansel (Pauletta is the author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle).

Pauletta Hansel author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle, and first Poet Laureate of Cincinnati, writes about Dos Madres Press in the online journal MoversMakers.org.

Eyewitness by Natalie Safir

Natalie Safir’s poem “Roadtrip West” from her book Eyewitness was read by Garrison Keillor on Writer’s Almanac, April 21,2017

Dos Madres Press Poetry Reading

Review in Kings County Journal by José Negroni of a poetry reading by three Dos Madres authors at Book Culture, featuring Gary Racz, Daniel Shapiro, and Paul Pines.

Tangle by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel, the Poet Laureate of Cincinnati, and author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle, along with Dos Madres Press are given a write-up up in City Beat.

CityBeat, a local Cincinnati area newspaper has just announced its 2017 “Best of” list. Dos Madres Press was thrilled to be among their choices.

From Behind The Blind by Robert Murphy

Robert Murphy, author of Life in the Ordovician, and From Behind the Blind has two poems featured in the December 2016 issue of Galatea Resurrects, edited by Eileen Tabios, author of Invent[st]ory.

The Pond in Room 318 by Kip Zegers

Kip Zegers the author of The Poet of Schools, and The Pond in Room 318 is interviewed live on the National Writing Project.

Meteor Shower by Anne Whitehouse

Jordyn Shawhan reviews Meteor Shower by Anne Whitehouse in The Basil O’Flahery online journal. Anne Whitehouse is also the author of The Refrain (Dos Madres 2012).

The Palace of Flowers by Gerry Grubbs

Gerry Grubbs author of Still Life, The Girls in Bright Dresses Dancing, and The HIVE Is a Book we Read for its Honey is interviewed by WVXU’s Barbara Gray on the program Around Cincinnati about his new book of poetry The Palace of Flowers.

The Ratio of Reason to Magic: New & Selected Poems by Norman Finkelstein

Norman Finkelstein, author of An Assembly, and Scribe, was interviewed by Barbara Gray on About Cincinnati, a feature of WVXU FM Radio. Dr. Finkelstein spoke to Barbara about his latest book of poems, The Ration of Reason to Magic, and read selections from the work.

In No Man’s Ear by R. Nemo Hill

R. Nemo Hill author of When Men Bow Down, and In No Man’s Ear is given praise by Jee Leong Koh in a piece written for Vida, Women in Literary Arts.

In No Man’s Ear by R. Nemo Hill

R. Nemo Hill author of When Men Bow Down, has his poem “8 Oars of Sleep” from his most recent book poetry In No Man’s Ear, featured in Verse Daily.

Soul Growing edited by Quanita Roberson

Quanita Roberson, MA, editor of Soul Growing, will be the keynote speaker at Brazil’s 2nd National Seminar on Affirming Diversity. The 2nd National Seminar Affirming Diversities: Race and Ethnic Relations, Gender, Youth and Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Brazilian Society is a unique forum for debating and deepening the issue of diversity and difference […]

The Ratio of Reason to Magic: New & Selected Poems by Norman Finkelstein

Jerome Rothenberg features Norman Finkelstein’s poem Oppen at Altamont on his Poems and Poetics section in Jacket2 magazine. Norman Finkelstein is the author of An Assembly, Scribe, and The Ratio of Reason to Magic.

Message From The Memoirist by Paul Pines

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.