All posts by Dos Madres Press

Earlier Lives by Sara Dailey

Sara Dailey’s Earlier Lives reviewed in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Denis Daly reviews Earlier Lives in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene.

Foreigner by Keith Holyoak

Keith Holyoak’s Foreigner reviewed in Quill & Parchment

During The Recent Extinctions by Richard Hague

Richard Hague will read from his new book of poems

During The Recent Extinctions at The Bramble Patch, 6768 Bramble Ave. Madisonville, (Cincinnati, Ohio) on Wednesday, March 13, from  7-8 pm. Free light refreshments, cash bar.

The Cranberry Island Series by Donald Wellman

Donald Wellman’s Cranberry Island Series Reviewed

Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene:

Diverting Angels by Deborah Diemont

Deborah Diemont’s Diverting Angels reviewed in Boston Area Small Press And Poetry Scene

Reflections in a Smoking Mirror by Paul Pines

Eric Hoffman’s review of Paul Pines’ Reflections In A Smoking Mirror

Big Bridge #16 : B16

Diverting Angels by Deborah Diemont

Caitlin Johnson reviews Deborah Diemont’s Diverting Angels


Burt Kimmelman reviews Paul Pine’s book Divine Madness in Galatea Resurrects #19

When Men Bow Down by R. Nemo Hill

Review by Jee Leong Koh of R. Nemo Hill’s When Men Bow Down

From the Song Of A Reformed Head Hunter: a poet’s journal: notes, drafts, and reactions:

What I Did There by Pauletta Hansel

Review: Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine, of Pauletta Hansel’s What I Did There

Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine reviews Pauletta Hansel’s What I Did There.