Plaintive Music by Ron Domen

Verse Daily has featured Ron Domen’s poem “The Owl in the Woodwork” from his new book of poems Plaintive Music. Ron was also reviewed for the NYU School of Medicine data base in the Literature and Arts section.

Richard Hague’s 2017 book of poems Studied Days – Poems Early and Late in Appalachia, and Pauletta Hansel’s 2017. Palindrome are given mention in City Beat’s Notable Regional Books feature. (Richard Hague is also author of Burst – Poems Quickly, During the Recent Extinctions, Where Drunk Men Go, and Beast, River, Drunk Men, Garden, Burst, […]

Marriage Map by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, Best Man, and Marriage Map, will participate in a conversation with three other poets on the topic of “Literary obsession” at the Lauren Clark Fine Art & Framing on the Edge, 325 Stockbridge Rd., Suite 1, Great Barrington, MA., Friday, December 8, 2017, 7-9pm.

Still Life with Flies by Eduardo Chirinos

Eduardo Chirinos’s Still Life With Flies translated by Greagary Racz is reviewed in Metamorphoses (pdf).

Waiting to Be Born by Janet MacFadyen

Janet McFadyen’s Waiting to be Born – American Ghazals & Other Journeys was reviewed in The Berkshire Eagle, and the Greenfield Recorder.

A Word for It by Warren Slesinger

The poem “Margin” from Warren Slesinger’s new book of poems, A Word for It, is Poetry Daily’s featured poem for November 25, 2017.

Pauletta Hansel, Poet Laureate of Cincinnati, (author of First Person, What I Did There, Tangle, and Palindrome), will participate along with TMC Writer in residence Richard Hague, (author of Burst – Poems Quickly, During the Recent Extinctions, Where Drunk Men Go, Beasts, River,Garden, Burst & Light – Sequences and Long Poems, and Studied Days – […]

Pauletta Hansel, Poet Laureate of Cincinnati, (author of First Person, What I Did There, Tangle, and Palindrome), will participate along with TMC Writer in residence Richard Hague, (author of Burst – Poems Quickly, During the Recent Extinctions, Where Drunk Men Go, Beasts, River,Garden, Burst & Light – Sequences and Long Poems, and Studied Days – […]

Studied Days - Poems Early & Late in Appalachia by Richard Hague

“Keeping Watch” a poem from his latest book, Studied Days – Poems Early and Late in Appalachia was featured November 9, 2017 in Verse Daily. Richard Hague is also the author of Burst – Poems Quickly, During the Recent Extinctions, Where Drunk Men Go, and Beasts, River, Drunk Men, Garden, Burst, and Light – Sequences and […]

Pauletta Hansel author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle, has a poem, “Portrait of My Mother as a Dried Sunflower”, featured in Verse Daily from her newest book of poems, Palindrome.

A tribute to James Tolan, author Red Walls (Dos Madres 2011), and Filched (Dos Madres Press 2017),  will be held November 11, 2017, 4pm at Poets House, 10 River Terrace, New York, New York 10282.

Studied Days - Poems Early & Late in Appalachia by Richard Hague

Hague will be on hand at 1:25 p.m., Nov. 8, followed by a reading and book signing at 2:30 p.m. in the UC Clermont Park National Bank Art Gallery. Richard Hague is author of 13 collections of poetry. Most recent poetry titles are “During The Recent Extinctions: New & Selected Poems, 1982-2012” (Dos Madres Press, 2012), “Where […]

Waiting to Be Born by Janet MacFadyen

Poet Janet MacFadyen, author of Waiting to be Born – American Ghazals and Other Journeys, will hold her book launch November 8, 7pm, 2017 at Amherst Books. Amherst, MA.

Dos Madres Press is featured on this week’s Ohio Arts Council blog! Read about our newest funded project, the Ohio Appalachian Writers’ Project, with books by Richard Hague, Pauletta Hansel and our collaboration with Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel literary journal. Thanks to the Ohio Arts Council in the giving of financial support to Dos […]

Litanies Said Handedly by Ralph LaCharity

Joseph Tomain reviewed Ralph La Charity’s Litanies said Handedly: Poetry, Collage, & Performance in the September issue of Galatea Resurrects. (Ralph La Charity is also the author of Farewellia a la Aralee)

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

Norman Finkelstein author of An Assembly, and Scribe has his latest book of poems, The Ratio of Reason to Magic reviewed by Barbara Berman in Rumpus.