All posts by Dos Madres Press

Palindrome by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel’s poem “The View from There” appears in American Life in Poetry.

“The View from There” a poem from the book Palindrome (winner of the Weatherford Award for Appalachian poetry) was selected by Ted Kooser for The American Life in Poetry – Column 728. Pauletta Hansel is

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Collected Works: Remembering Four Dos Madres Poets

An evening of remembrance and poetry necessarily entails a mood which is something of a sustained air of loss and celebration. I do not say mixture because the two competing conditions never fully resolve. Perhaps

Blue Lyre by Jeffrey Cyphers Wright

Jeffrey Cypher Wright’s Blue Lyre is reviewed in North of Oxford

Jeffrey Cypher Wright’s book of poetry, Blue Lyre is reviewed in the online journal North of Oxford by Larissa Smailo: “The second-best thing I like about Blue Lyre, Jeff Wright’s Kathy Acker Award-winning book, is that

In A Moment We May Be Strangely Blended by David Giannini

Dennis Daly reviews In A Moment We May Be Strangely Blended

Dennis Daly reviews David Giannini’s latest book of poems, In A Moment We May Be Strangely Blended. David Giannini is also the author Faces Somewhere Wild, and The Future Only Rattles When We Pick It

Writing in the Ether by Catherine Arra

Susan Tepper reviews Catherine Arra’s Writing in the Ether

Catherine Arra’s Writing in the Ether is given review by Susan Tepper: “In this book, that is primarily poetry, Catherine Arra has written gently about disquieting issues that affected her as a young girl growing

Litanies Said Handedly by Ralph La Charity

Jake Berry reviews Ralph La Charity’s Litanies Said Handedly in Otoliths

Ralph La Charity’s Litanies Said Handedly is reviewed by Jake Berry in the online journal Otoliths. Ralph La Charity is also the author of Farewellia a la Aralee, and is featured in Realms of the Mothers

From the Files of the Immanent Foundation by Norman Finkelstein

Norman Finkelstein’ From the Files of the Immanent Foundation is reviewed in Talisman

Turgin Snow reviews Norman Finkelstein’ From the Files of the Immanent Foundation in Talisman. Norman Finkelstein is also the author of An Assembly, Scribe, and The Ratio of Reason to Magic. “Norman Finkelstein’s new book,

Blue Planet Memoirs by Joseph Barrett

Kirk Judd is interviewed in the Huntington, West Virginia Herald Dispatch on the late poet Joseph Barrett’s book, Blue Planet Memoir

Kirk Judd helped compile the late poet Joseph Barrett’s book of poems Blue Planet Memoir. “Like a circuit minister riding to and fro to spread the good news of the gospel, West Virginia poet Kirk

Leaning into the Infinite by Marc Vincenz

Marc Vincenz’s Leaning Into The Infinite is reviewed in Lit Pub

Matt Hill reviews Marc Vincenz’s Leaning Into The Infinite in the online journal Lit Pub. “All roads are travelled. Vibration determines everything. This life journey upon which one embarks, a path enveloped by vague mists

Regrounding a Pilgrimage by John Matthias & John Peck

Robert Archambeau’s Introduction to Regrounding a Pilgrimage appears in Galatea Resurrects

Robert Archambeau’s Introduction to Regrounding a Pilgrimage by John Matthias and John Peck in the December issue of Galatea Resurrects. John Matthias is also the author in collaboration with Robert Archambeau, and Jean Dibble of