Writing the Region - A Creative Writing Workshop

Writing the Region, led by Thomas More writer in residence Dick Hague, and Cincinnati Poet Laureate Pauletta Hansel, Saturday, January 28, 10am to 2pm. See the Facebook event for more details.

Realms of the Mothers: The First Decade of Dos Madres Press

A Celebratory Reading of Realms of the Mother – The First Decade of Dos Madres Press, will be held at Thomas More College, Friday January 27, 5-7pm. Check out the Facebook event for more details.

Realms of the Mothers: The First Decade of Dos Madres Press

Realms of the Mothers – The First Decade of Dos Madres Press is reviewed (engaged) by Eileen Tabios, author of Invent[st]ory.

A Soul Inside Each Stone by John Tripoulas

J.C. B Petropoulos reviews (pdf) A Soul Inside Each Stone by John Tripoulas.

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.

Best Man by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Best Man has his upcoming book of poems titled Marriage Map (February 2017) reviewed in the the winter issue of the Adirondack Review.

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.

Best Man by Owen Lewis

Wendy French in the online journal Medical Humanities reviews Best Man by Owen Lewis (Owen Lewis is also author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, and due out in early 2017, his newest book of poems: Marriage Map).

Best Man by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Best Man, has had his poem “Urgency” nominated for a Pushcart Prize by Mom Egg Review.

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.

Hosted by Thomas More College’s Creative Writing Vision Director Sherry Cook Stanforth, “Express” will also feature talented young writers from both sides of the river who are being mentored by friends of the Urban Appalachian Community Coalition and WordPlay Cincy. Free and open to the public.

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.

A Soul Inside Each Stone by John Tripoulas

A Soul Inside Each Stone by John Tripoulas is given praise in Kirkus Reviews.

Old Ballerina Club by Sharon Olinka

Dean Kostos reviews Old Ballerina Club in Rain Taxi. “A poet at the height of her powers, Sharon Olinka knows that sound enacts meaning. She employs sharp and glittering sentence fragments to drive the pacing of her poems, as well as to suggest wounding. Olinka also examines the savage inhumanity to which Thanatos can refer, […]

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.