Flavor of the Other by Clara Burghelea

Clara Burghelea’s poem There is an Alternate Universe is featured in Abandon Journal

Issue two of Abandon journal features a poem by Clara Burghelea (Clare Burghelea is the author of The Flavor of the Other – Dos Madres Press, 2020).

Many to Remember by Rachel Kaufman

Rachel Kaufman’s book of poetry Many to Remember is reviewed in Restless Messengers

Many to Remember by Rachel Kaufman is given two reviews, one by Kristen Renzi, and  the other by James Berger in Restless Messengers – Poetry in Review. Roots and deracination. Histories that have not/are not

Hallelujahs from Oblivion’s Ridgepole by Lawrence Cottrell

Lawrence Cottrell has three poems featured in the October edition of New English Review

Lawrence Cottrell, author of Odd Fussings, and Hallelujahs from Oblivion’s Ridgepole, has three poems featured in the October edition of New English Review.

& Company by Moira Linehan

Dennis Daly Reviews & Company by Moira Linehan

& Company by Moira Linehan is reviewed by Dennis Daly in Boston Area Small Press & Poetry Scene. Elegant beyond elegance. Moira Linehan stitches together a palimpsest biography of her mother’s mother, Marie Louise Raimbault Wacha,

A Soul Inside Each Stone by John Tripoulas

John Tripoulas has two poems featured in Ergon

Ergon, a journal of Greek/American Arts and Letters features two poems by John Tripoulas.  

Hallelujahs from Oblivion’s Ridgepole by Lawrence Cottrell

Lawrence Cottrell featured in the September issue of New English Review

New English Review features three poems by Lawrence Cottrell. Lawrence Cottrell is the author of Odd Fussings, and Hallelujahs from Oblivion’s Ridgepole.

Constellations of Waking by Michael Heller

Michael Heller’s work is featured in Caesura

Caesura an online journal of the literature and the arts has published an extensive feature on the work of Michael Heller in their “Skald” series. The feature has an introduction to Michael Heller’s work by Norman

In Praise of Manhattan by David M. Katz

Courtesy of American Book Review, David Katz’s In Praise of Manhattan is reviewed by Hilane-Levine Keating

Hilane-Levine Keating’s review of David Katz’s In Praise of Manhattan, titled Manahatta is featured in the American Book Review, and David Katz’s POETRY BLOG. When his fourth book of poems, In Praise of Manhattan, appeared

In A Moment We May Be Strangely Blended by David Giannini

Donald J. McNutt Reviews In a Moment We May Be Strangely Blended By David Giannini

David Giannini’s originality as a poet becomes immediately evident within the title of In a Moment We May Be Strangely Blended. As I’ve noted before in these pages, Giannini is masterful at creating double meanings

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Two Dos Madres Titles Have Been Honored By The Massachusetts Center For The Book

Field Light by Owen Lewis, and First Generation by Krikor Der Hohannesian have been honored by the Massachusetts Center For The Book as Must Reads in the category for poetry in the 21st Annual Massachusetts Book Awards.