My Brother's Madness by Paul Pines

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.

Diverting Angels by Deborah Diemont

Deb Diemont author of Wanderer, and Diverting Angels has three poems in the online journal Nine Mile.

Message From The Memoirist by Paul Pines

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.

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Dr. Owen Lewis (Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Best Man) reads his first prize winning poem in the “open” category, “At Tribeca’s Edge.”

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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.

Tangle by Pauletta Hansel

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.

Invent[st]ory by Eileen Tabios

Eileen Tabios author of INVENT[ST]ORY has three poems featured in the online journal SPRUNG POETRY

Stignatz & The User of Vicenza by Rick Mullin

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.

Best Man by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis, author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Best Man, has had his poem “At Tribeca’s Ridge” short-listed for the Open category of the 2016 Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine.

Best Man by Owen Lewis

John Maroney recently interviewed Owen Lewis concerning his new book of poems, Best Man. Owen Lewis is also author of Sometimes Full of Daylight. John Maroney IV is a student at Xavier University majoring in English with a minor in writing. He will graduate in 2016.

Message From The Memoirist by Paul Pines

Paul Pines, author of Reflections in a Smoking Mirror, New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros, Fishing on the Pole Star, and Message from the Memoirist, has a new essay “Constellating The Net: A Quantum Fairytale” featured in the February issue of the online journal Numero Cinq.

Tangle by Pauletta Hansel

Bridget Reilly of Xavier University interviews Pauletta Hansel on her recent book of poems, Tangle, published by Dos Madres Press, September 2015. Pauletta Hansel is also author of What I Did There, Dos Madres Press, 2011.

Invent[st]ory by Eileen Tabios

Eileen Tabios, author of INVENT[ST]ORY has her poem “Listing” featured on the The Sundress Blog’s Wardrobe’s Best Dressed page.

The Refrain by Anne Whitehouse

Anne Whitehouse author of The Refrain wins the 2016 Songs of Eretz Poetry Review Prize for her poem “Calligraphies”.

There are Words by Burt Kimmelman

Burt Kimmelman’s chapbook There Are Words is reviewed by Eileen Tabios (INVENT[ST]ORY) in the online journal Galatea Resurrects. Burt Kimmelman is also the author of the The Way We Live.