Henry Weinfield’s A Wandering Aramaean (Dos Madres 2012) is featured in the Scholar’s Corner of the Notre Dame blog in conjunction with the performance of Mendelssohn’s Elijah, which is itself part of the Mellon Interdisciplinary Sacred Music Dramas series presented at Notre Dame University. (also by Henry Weinfield: Tears of the Muses – Dos Madres 2004, and Without Mythologies – Dos Madres 2008)
Sarah White author of The Unknowing Muse will give a reading and sign books at Grolier Poetry Bookshop, Harvard Square, Saturday, February 28, 2015 from 5 to 7.
Michael Heller author of A Look At The Door With The Hinges Off, and Earth and Cave has poetry in translation, also five new poems, and excerpts of a talk given at Naropa Univeristy, in the Belgian magazine website alligatorzine.be edited by Kurt Devrese.
Register on-line for the Art of Poetry with Pauletta Hansel author of What I Did There, to be held Thursday, January 29, 2015 6-8pm at the Baker-Hunt Art and Cultural Center, 16 and up invited.
Karen George author of Swim Your Way Back will be one of the participant readers in Fig Reading series at the Wild Fig Bookstore, Lexington, Ky. on January 23, 7pm. Come hear the first installation of the Spalding at The Fig Reading Series, a reading that celebrates writing by faculty, staff, students and graduates of Spalding University’s MFA […]
Dennis Daly (Night Walking With Nathaniel) reviews Rick Mullin’s Sonnets From The Voyage of the Beagle in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene.
Brian Volk author of Flesh Becomes Word illustrated by his brother John were interviewed by Barbara Gray on on WVXU FM 91.7 Cincinnati – 88.5 Oxford, Ohio.