Burt Kimmelman author of There Are Words, and The Way We Live; Paul Pines author of Reflections In A Smoking Mirror, and New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros; and Norman Finkelstein author of An Assembly, and Scribe are featured in the spring edition of Marsh Hawk Review.
Read the review of Mario Markus’s Chemical Poems – One On Each Element in Chemistry & Engineering News Volume 92, Issue 7.
Sunday, February 16, 2-4 pm Thomas More College Science Lecture Hall, Caden Blincoe Outloud Festival, poetry and music and food.
Readings by Susan Glassmeyer (founder of LittlePocketPoetry.Org and author of Body Matters and Cook’s Luck), poet and retired psychiatrist Mike Moran (The Fallen World), Thomas More College Writer-in-Residence Pauletta Hansel (The Lives We Live in Houses and What I Did There) and Appalshop’s WMMT-FM Kentucky radio legend and activist Jim Webb (Get in, Jesus). Music by Sunset Dawn, with TMC’s own Sherry Cook Stanforth!
All are welcome to attend this annual celebration of writers and writing. Wine, cheese, soup and appetizer reception begins at 1:45 pm
Olivia Stiffer author of Otherwise, we are safe can be connected to, read, and heard at: http://www.oliviastiffler.com
Olivia Stiffler author of Otherwise, we are safe can be connected to, read, and heard at: http://www.oliviastiffler.com/
Brian Volk, author, and brother John Volk, illustrator. of Flesh Becomes Word is interviewed by Around Cincinnati’s Barbara Gray on WVXU, January 26, at 7pm.
Poet Linda Stern has had four poems published in Volume 8, Issue 2 of Mezzo Cammin.
Ruth Handel, author of Tugboat Warrior will read at the JCC in Tarrytown NY, Sunday January 26, at 1:30pm.
Donald Wellman, author of A North Atlantic Wall, and The Cranberry Island Series, will read
Jan. 25 at 3:30, Schoenhof’s in Harvard Square from his translation of Emilio Prados’ Enclosed Garden.
The Gloucester Writers Center will host Donald Wellman reading translations from the Spanish of Prados, and Gamoneda February 5 at 7:30pm:
On Feb. 5 at 7:30, at the Gloucester Writers Center (Gloucester MA), Donald Wellman, author of A North Atlantic Wall, and The Cranberry Island Series will read from a range of translations from Spanish, including Prados’d Enclosed Garden, and also his just released Description of the Lie by Antonio Gamoneda, Talisman House Publisher. This title is considered the work that opened Spanish poetry to new work in experimental form, upon the death of Franco in 1975. There is an interview about his translation of this title at Reading in Translation.
Eric Hoffman author of Life At Braintree (Dos Madres 2008), The American Eye (Dos Madres 2011), and By The Hours (Dos Madres 2013), has two new books out: Oppen: A Narrative and Chester Brown: Conversations.