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Bonbonerie Poetry Lovers Dinner Event

Poetry Lover’s Dinner Event by Michael Templeton

Hosted by the Bonbonerie, the Poetry Lover’s Dinner Event featured three magnificent poets from the Dos Madre’s roster. Susan Glassmeyer, Pauletta Hansel, and Megan Hanson were assembled to read from their most recent books. Dinner

The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up by David Giannini

David Giannini’s The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up is reviewed in The Berkshire Edge

David Giannini, author of The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up is reviewed by Hannah Van Sickle in The Berkshire Edge. David Giannini is also the author of Faces Somewhere Wild. “David Giannini’s

Palindrome by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel’s Palindrome is reviewed in Still: The Journal

Pauletta Hansel author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle has her most recent book of poems, Palindrome, reviewed by Linda Parsons in the journal Still. “The word palindrome was coined in the seventeenth

From the Files of the Immanent Foundation by Norman Finkelstein

Norman Finkelstein’s From the Files of the Immanent Foundation is reviewed in Rain Taxi

Alexander Dickow reviews Norman Finkelstein’s most recent book of poetry, From the Files of the Immanent Foundation. Norman Finkelstein is also the author of An Assembly, Scribe, and The Ratio of Reason to Magic, all

From the Files of the Immanent Foundation by Norman Finkelstein

Norman Finkelstein’s From the Files of the Immanent Foundation is reviewed in Plume.

Joshua Corey reviews Norman Finkelstein’s latest book of poetry, From the Files of the Immanent Foundation. “Decision,” the first poem in Norman Finkelstein’s new book, announces an end to preliminaries and prolegomena: you must decide

Invisible Fish by Susan Glassmeyer

Susan Glassmeyer is named Ohio Poetry Day Association poet of the year (2018) for Invisible Fish

The Ohio Poetry Day Association has name Susan Glassmeyer poet of the year for her book Invisible Fish. “Susan F. Glassmeyer has been imagining poems since childhood when her Kentucky Grandfather explained the language and

The Uncertain Lover by Martin Willitts Jr.

James Bourey reviews Martin Willitts Jr.’s The Uncertain Lover in the The Broadkill Review

Martin Willitts Jr. latest book of poems The Uncertain Lover is reviewed by James Bourey in the online journal The Broadkill Review. Martin Willitts Jr. is also the author of Secrets No One Must Talk

Marriage Map by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis’s poem is second place winner in Wigtown Book Festival poetry competition

Owen Lewis author of, Sometimes Full of Daylight, Best Man, and Marriage Map has earned second place in the Wigtown Book Festival poetry competition 2018, for his poem “As if it didn’t matter which way was

A Map and One Year by Karen L. George

Karen George’s poem Listen, is featured on Verse Daily.

From her book A Map and One Year, Karen George’s poem Listen, is today’s featured poem on Verse Daily.

Earth and Cave by Michael Heller

Michael Heller is featured in Jacket2

Michael Heller (A Look at the Door with the Hinges Off, and Earth and Cave, and Constellations of Waking – soon to be published by Dos Madres late 2018, early 2019) is featured in the