William Bronk (1918 -1999) Winner of the 1982 American Book Award for Life Supports. Of whom Hayden Carruth wrote in the New York Times Book Review concerning his work, “They are poems I would have liked to have written, which I say without envy, as one does in the face of transient perfection.” Find the full […]
Keven Cutrer author of the Lord’s Own Anointed is interviewed and discusses the poetry from his book on the Louisiana Anthology Podcast.
Dennis Daly author of Night Walking With Nathaniel – Poems of Salem, and a soon to be published by Dos Madres Press entitled, Pantoums, has five poems appear in Peacock Journal.
Dennis Daly, on Wednesday August 30th at 7pm, will be reading at the Seamus Heaney Memorial Reading with two other very talented poets, Valerie Duff and Aiden Rooney.
Owen Lewis’s Marriage Map has been short listed in the genre of Poetry and Short Stories by the International Rubery Book Award.
Ralph La Charity author of Farewellia a la Aralee has his latest book Litanies Said Handedly reviewed (and is also interviewed) by Jake Berry In the online journal Otoliths.
Pauletta Hansel author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle, reads her poem “Tending Green” at the MOTR Pub’s monthly Word of Mouth series of reading.
Kevin Cutrer’s Lord’s Own Anointed is reviewed by Dennis Daly in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. (Dennis Daly is author of Night Walking – Poems of Salem.)
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.
Natalie Safir’s poem “Roadtrip West” from her book Eyewitness was read by Garrison Keillor on Writer’s Almanac, April 21,2017
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.
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.
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.