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Tiny Kites by Lucien Zell

Tiny Kites by Lucien Zell is reviewed in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene

Lucien Zell’s new book of poems Tiny Kites is reviewed by Aiden Andrew Dun in Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. I flew home— then I flew from home— having found my home is

Indiana Hill Country Poems by Norbert Krapf

Norbert Krapf’s Indiana Hill Country Poems is reviewed in Indiana Author Awards

Norbert Krapf’s Indiana Hill Country Poems is reviewed by Edward Byrne in Indiana Author Awards. “Norbert Krapf deftly invites readers of his poetry to visit places personally important to him and to meet the people,

Among the Enigmas by Robert Murphy

Barbara Gray interviews Robert Murphy on WVXU for National Poetry Month

Robert Murphy and Barbara Gray discuss his new book of poems Among the Enigmas on WVXU for National Poetry Month.

In Praise of Manhattan by David M. Katz

David M. Katz reads from his newest book, In Praise of Manhattan

“In Memory of Dick Allen”, read by David M. Katz from his newest book of poems, In Praise of Manhattan.

Christopher Smart's Cat by Igor Webb

Michael Templeton Reviews Christopher Smart’s Cat by Igor Web

Christopher Smart’s Cat by Igor Webb is not really about Christopher Smart, his cat, or the famous poem addressed to his cat. Christopher Smart’s Cat is a memoir, although I tend to believe that a

Soul Growing edited by Quanita Roberson

Qunaita Roberson is interviewed on WVXU FM

Barbara Gray interviews Quanita Roberson on her two Soul Growing books: Wisdom for 13 year old boys and girls from men and women around the world.

True Enough by J.R. Solonche

J.R. Solonche’s book of poems True Enough is reviewed in the U.K. journal The Lake

True Enough by J.R. Solonche is reviewed by M.J. Iuppa: “Words— a pocketful of images; a collection of walks that become unapologetic poems. This is J.R. Solonche’s latest poetry collection: Truɘ Enough. “…Here it is/ … There you

The Blue Canoe of Longing by Margot Farrington

The Blue Canoe of Longing by Margot Farrington is reviewed in New Pages

Margot Farrington’s Blue Canoe of Longing is reviewed by Robert Bensen in New Pages. “We can go to Margot Farrington’s The Blue Canoe of Longing (as Seamus Heaney wrote of poetry at large) ‘to be forwarded within

Coal Town Photograph by Pauletta Hansel

“The Road” from Pauletta Hansel’s book of poetry “Coal Town Photograph” is featured in Poetry Daily

“The Road” from Pauletta Hansel’s most recent book of poetry “Coal Town Photograph” is the featured poem in Poetry Daily.

Asylum Garden - after Van Gogh by Alan Catlin

Michael Templeton Reviews Asylum Garden – after Van Gogh by Alan Catlin

I am loath to use a well-worn literary term to describe a working poet, but Alan Caitlin’s poetry keeps forcing the idea of imagism throughout much of Asylum Garden: after Van Gogh. Perhaps if we