The Gospel According to Judas by Keith Holyoak

Dos Madres author Keith Holyoak has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Keith Holyoak, author of My Minotaur, Foreigner, and The Gospel According to Judas has been recently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. “Keith Holyoak, a UCLA distinguished professor of psychology, was elected

A Cleft in the Rock by Marc Kaminsky

Novelist Sue Willis reviews A Cleft in the Rock, poems by Marc Kaminsky

Marc Kaminsky’s book of poems A Cleft in the Rock is reviewed by Meredith Sue Willis in her online blog Books For Readers #201. “This amazing book of poems begins with the long, convoluted, richly

Best Man by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis’s Best Man is reviewed in Stay Thirsty Magazine

Abriana Jetté reviews Owen Lewis’s Best Man in Stay Thirsty Magazine. Owen Lewis is also the author of Sometimes Full of Daylight, and Marriage Map. “Since November, I have carried around with me a book

Leaning into the Infinite by Marc Vincenz

Leaning Into The Infinite by Marc Vincenz is given review in the on line journal The Literary Review

Aminah Abutayeb reviews Marc Vincenz’s Leaning Into The Infinite in the online journal “The Literary Review”: “One of the first things that came to mind while reading Marc Vincenz’s new poetry collection, Leaning into the

Blue Nocturne by W. Nick Hill

W. Nick Hill is interviewed by C.M. Mayo

W. Nick Hill author of And We’d Understand Crows Laughing, and Blue Nocturne is interviewed by C.M. Mayo.

From the Files of the Immanent Foundation by Norman Finkelstein

From the Files of the Immanent Foundation is given thoughtful review in Better Living Through Beowulf

Norman Finkelstein’s From the Files of the Immanent Foundation is the topic of conversation in Robin Bates’s blog Better Living Through Beowulf. It is titled a Long Days Journey into Mystery. Norman Finkelstein is also

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