Dos Madres Press Poetry Reading

David Giannini, author of The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up, and Faces Somewhere Wild will be reading at The Bookstore, Lenox, Massachusetts, 11 Housatonic Street, June 7, 2018, 5:30pm.  

Dos Madres Press Poetry Reading

David Giannini will read from his latest book the Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up, and with Janet MacFadyen will read from Waiting to be Born – American Ghazals and Other Journeys at Williams Bookstore, 81 Spring St, Williamstown, MA 01267, May 17, 2018, 6:00pm.

Dos Madres Press Poetry Reading

Phyllis Katz will be reading from her new book of poems, Finding Ithaca, at the Norwich Bookstore, Norwich Vermont, May 23 7pm. Noted author Baron Wormser will also be reading. Norwich Bookstore is located 291 S Main St, Norwich, VT 05055. Phone: 802-649-1114

Norman Finkelstein, author of An Assembly, Scribe, and The Ratio of Reason to Magic – New and Selected Poems, will read from his latest work: From the Files of the Immanent Foundation, May 18, 2018. Reception at 6:00 pm, reading at 7:00 pm. Washington Park Art is located at 1215 Elm St, Cincinnati, OH 45202

A Cleft in the Rock by Marc Kaminsky

City Lore will host the book launch of Marc Kaminsky’s latest book of poems, A Cleft in the Rock, May 20, 3 to 5pm (reading at 3:30). City Lore is located at 56 East First Street, New York, New York 10003.

Dos Madres Press Poetry Reading

Gerry Grubbs, author of Still Life, The Girls in Bright Dresses Dancing, The HIVE Is a Book We Read for its Honey, and Chrysanthemum Moon. And Robert Murphy, author of Not for You Alone, Life in the Ordovician, and From Behind the Blind, will be reading with others at The Hive: A Center for Contemplation, Art, […]

Marriage Map by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis will read from his work at the Lee Library, Lee Massachusetts as part of the Writers Read Monthly Series, April 24, 6:30pm. He will be joined by poet Doug Anderson. Owen Lewis is the author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, Best Man, and Marriage Map. The Lee Library is located at 100 Main St, Lee, […]

Zvi A. Sesling reviews Murder Death Resurrection by Eileen Tabios. Eileen Tabios is also the author of INVENT[ST]ORY.

Dos Madres Press Poetry Reading

Pauletta Hansel and Dick Hague will be reading from the their poetry Thursday, April 19, 7pm at the Southern Ohio Museum and Cultural Center Portsmouth, Ohio. 825 Gallia St. Pauletta Hansel’s most recent book of poetry, Palindrome is the 2017 winner of the Weatherford Award for best book of Appalachian poetry. Her other Dos Madres books are First […]

Old Ballerina Club by Sharon Olinka

Sharon Olinka’s book of poetry, Old Ballerina Club is reviewed by Sheila Black in the latest issue of Galatea Resurrects.

Night Walking with Nathaniel – Poems of Salem by Dennis Daly

Dennis Daly author of Night Walking With Nathaniel – Poems of Salem, has his latest book of poetry, Pantoums reviewed in Galatea Resurrects by Eileen Tabios (author of INVENT[ST]ORY, and Murder Death Resurrection).

Dos Madres Press is proud to announce that Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate, Pauletta Hansel has won the Weatherford Award for best Appalachian writing in the genre of poetry for her book Palindrome.

Richard Hague to read from this latest book, Earnest Occupations. Saturday, March 24 2 pm Roebling Point Books & Coffee 306 Greenup St, Covington, KY 41011 Michael Henson, author of the newly-released and award-winning Maggie Boylan (Ohio University Press, 2018) writes of Earnest Occupations: “…A window into the working mind of a poet, a vision of the […]

Rhonda Petit will read from Riding the Wave Train, along with with fellow poet Sherry Cook Stanforth, the reading to be held at Northern Kentucky University, March 12, 2018, 7pm in the Farris Room, Steely Library.

Faces Somewhere Wild by David Giannini

David Giannini’s Faces Somewhere Wild is reviewed in Best American Poetry 2017: A Single Small Voice and a Silence Answering – Six Brief Reviews by Dante Di Stefano (David Giannini is also the author of The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up). The review is sixth in the list.

The Palace of Flowers by Gerry Grubbs

Gerry Grubbs’ The Palace of Flowers is reviewed by Joseph Tomain in Galatea Resurrects.