Swim Your Way Back by Karen George

Karen George author of Swim Your Way Back will be reading her work along with poet, Karen Jaquish, Wednesday March 30, 7 PM, at the Pendleton Art Center as part of the Pendleton Poetry Cincinnati Reading Series.

Blue Nocturne by W. Nick Hill

On Thursday, April 7, 2016 Northwind Reading Series will present Walter Nickerson Hill, author of And We’d Understand Crows Laughing, and Blue Nocturne, and Gary Lemons reading from their work.

Stignatz & The User of Vicenza by Rick Mullin

Rick Mullin, author of Soutine, Coelacanth, Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle, and Stignatz & The User of Vicenza, will be featured at the Dead Bards series at the Venice Island Performing Arts Center in Philadelphia (7 Lock Street), 8:00 pm, Monday, March 14. There will be an open mic.

Best Man by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis, author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Best Man, has had his poem “At Tribeca’s Ridge” short-listed for the Open category of the 2016 Hippocrates Prize for Poetry and Medicine.

Best Man by Owen Lewis

John Maroney recently interviewed Owen Lewis concerning his new book of poems, Best Man. Owen Lewis is also author of Sometimes Full of Daylight. John Maroney IV is a student at Xavier University majoring in English with a minor in writing. He will graduate in 2016.

Bottom Dog Press Reading

Dos Madres authors Dick Hague and Mike Henson will appear along with poet Sherry Cook Stanforth, and publisher Larry Smith of Bottom Dog Press, offering songs and readings as part of the Thomas More College Visiting Author Series at Joseph Beth Booksellers.

Stignatz & The User of Vicenza by Rick Mullin

Rick Mullin author of Soutine, Coelacanth, and Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle, will launch his new collection of poems Stignatz & the User of Vicenza at the Ringside Pub, 379 Bloomfield Avenue, Caldwell, NJ, on Saturday, February 20, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Earth and Cave by Micheal Heller

Michael Heller author of A Look at the Door With The Hinges Off, and Earth and Cave, and his wife Jane Augustine will be reading at Xavier University.

Special Teacher Workshop: Creativity In The Classroom at Thomas More College

Thomas More College’s Creative Writing Vision program invites middle and high school teachers to attend a workshop on Creativity in the Classroom: Writing Poetry with Middle to High School Students.

2016 Caden Blencoe Outdoor Festival

2016 Caden Blincoe Outloud Festival to be Held at Thomas More College. Featuring Dick Hague, and Pauletta Hansel, also Jeremy Paden, and Kentucky Poet Laureate George Ella Lyon.


Dick Hague, Thomas More Writer in residence (Burst, and During the Recent Extinctions) will be your guide in memoirisitic writing to be held at the Writer’s Table, February 15, 12-12:50pm, in the Chancellor’s Room.

No Border is Perennial by Ruth D. Handel & Hurt, The Shadow by Carole Stone

Ruth Handel author of Tugboat Warrior, and No Border is Perennial, and Carole Stone author of Hurt, the Shadow – the Josephine Hopper Poems, will be reading at the Cornelia Street Cafe, New York City. The reading is scheduled for Wednesday, March 9, at 6pm. The Cornelia Street Cafe is located at 29 Cornelia St, New […]

Message From The Memoirist by Paul Pines

Paul Pines, author of Reflections in a Smoking Mirror, New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros, Fishing on the Pole Star, and Message from the Memoirist, has a new essay “Constellating The Net: A Quantum Fairytale” featured in the February issue of the online journal Numero Cinq.

Invent[st]ory by Eileen Tabios

Neal Leadbeater reviews Eileen Tabios’s INVENT[ST]ORY in Halo-Halo Review.

Tangle by Pauletta Hansel

Bridget Reilly of Xavier University interviews Pauletta Hansel on her recent book of poems, Tangle, published by Dos Madres Press, September 2015. Pauletta Hansel is also author of What I Did There, Dos Madres Press, 2011.

Stanzas on Oz by David M. Katz

David Katz author of Claims of Home has his new book of poems Stanzas on Oz reviewed by Dennis Daly (Night Walking With Nathanial – Poems of Salem) in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene.