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Slowly Becoming Awake by Hank Lazer

Artwork From Slowly Becoming Awake by Hank Lazer On Display

“Canvas images from a Tuscaloosa poet’s book of abstract six-color shapewriting will be on display throughout September at Manna Grocery and Deli. Hank Lazer, a semiretired University of Alabama professor and former UA administrator, has

Hiding in Plain Sight by Olivia Stiffler

Olivia Stiffler’s poem “While I Was Sleeping” is the featured Writer’s Almanac

Olivia Stiffler’s poem “While I Was Sleeping” from her book Hiding in Plain Sight is the featured September 6, 2019 poem in the Writer’s Almanac.

Sugar Maker Moon by Mary Kathryn Jablonski

Mary Kathryn Jablonksi’s Sugar Maker Moon is reviewed in Chronogram and Misfit Magazine.

Sugar Maker Moon by Mary Kathryn Jablonksi is reviewed in Chronogram Magazine and Misfit Magazine. “In her debut poetry collection, Mary Kathryn Jablonski weaves a web of anticipations for the future, nostalgia for the past,

Coal Town Photograph by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel’s poem “Harlan County USA, (2019)” is featured in Rattle

Pauletta Hansel’s poem “Harlan County USA, (2019)” is featured in Rattle. Pauletta Hansel is the author of First Person, What I Did There, Tangle, Palindrome, and Coal Town Photograph.

Wings Apart by Burt Kimmelman

Wings Apart by Burt Kimmelman is reviewed by Meredith Sue Willis

Burt Kimmelman is also the author of There are Words, and The Way We Live. Wings Apart from the accomplished Burt Kimmelman (see my remarks on his last book of new poems) is his tenth

Writing in the Ether by Catherine Arra

Catharine Arra is interviewed by Kristen-Holt Browning

Catharine Arra is interviewed by Kristen-Holt Browning about her book Writing in the Ether. When I started writing poetry again a couple of years ago, after a decade-long lapse , one of the first people

Mayhap by David Giannini

David Giannini’s Mayhap is reviewed by Joseph Hutchison

David Giannini author of Faces Somewhere Wild, The Future Only Rattles When You Pick it Up, In a Moment We May Be Strangely Blended, has his latest book of poems, Mayhap, reviewed by Joseph Hutchison.

Sugar Maker Moon by Mary Kathryn Jablonski

Charlie Rossiter interviews Mary Kathryn Jablonski on the podcast “Poetry Spoken Here”

Mary Katherine Jablonski is interviewed about, as well as reads from, her book of poems Sugar Maker Moon.

Slowly Becoming Awake by Hank Lazer

Jake Marmer interviews Hank Lazer for Tablet

Hank Lazer author of Slowly Becoming Awake is interviewed by Jake Marmer in Tablet’s Arts and Culture section: “I’m a Jew and a Buddhist living in the Deep South. I feel compelled to define what

Magellan's Reveries by R. Nemo Hill

Dennis Daly reviews R. Nemo Hill’s Magellan’s Reveries

R. Nemo Hill’s Magellan’s Reveries is reviewed by Dennis Daly in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. “Perhaps life’s never-ending voyage? Perhaps the tidal pull of infinity? Perhaps an ekphrastic exercise of love? R.