Traverse by Jane Augustine

Jane Augustine’s life, poetry, and scholarship is featured in the current issue of Persimmon Tree

Cynthia Hogue writes in Persimmon Tree about the poet and scholar Jane Augustine. (Jane Augustine is also the author of High Desert, and Traverse, both published by Dos Madres Press.) I met featured poet Jane Augustine first

The Dawn of Nothing Important by David Giannini

David Giannini’s book of poems The Dawn of Nothing Important is reviewed in the Daily Hampshire Gazette

Steve Pfarrer reviews The Dawn of Nothing Important by David Giannini in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.

Even on Parnassus by Lawrence Cottrell

Even On Parnassus by Lawrence Cottrell is reviewed by Dennis Daly

Even On Parnassus by Lawrence Cottrell is reviewed by Dennis Daly in the Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. “Make it new,” “make it new” the modernist critics and poets admonished their contemporaries and successors.

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Hear Michael Daley interviewed on Cascadian Prophets Podcast

Hear Michael Daley interviewed on Cascadian Prophets Podcast.

Just In Case It Isn’t There - Postcards from Elsewhere by R. Nemo Hill

R. Nemo Hill’s Just In Case It Isn’t There is reviewed in Cervena Barva Press’s August newsletter

John Riley reviews R. Nemo Hill’s Just In Case It Isn’t There: Postcards From Elsewhere: Volume One, 1988-2001 (R. Nemo Hill is also the author of the following Dos Madres titles: Magellan’s Reveries, In No

Light in the River by David Lee Garrison

Light in the River by David Lee Garrison is reviewed in Kirkus Reviews

David Lee Garrison’s latest book of poetry is given review in Kirkus. “Garrison’s latest poetry collection tackles a range of topics from animal companionship to grief. The book begins with a fable (“And Dog Said”)

The Dawn of Nothing Important by David Giannini

Review of David Giannini’s latest book of poetry The Dawn of Nothing Important

Bill Everhart reviews David Gianinni’s The Dawn of Nothing Important in the  Berkshire Eagle. The Dawn of Nothing Important would seem to be an ironic way of titling one’s book, but poet David Giannini is

The Charmed House by Deborah Diemont

Deborah Diemont is interviewed by Jason Walker about her latest book of poems, The Charmed House

Jason Walker interviews Deborah Diemont about her latest book of poems, The Charmed House. Read the full interview below. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Deborah Diemont (she/her) grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and Fort Worth, Texas.

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Hilary Sideris has three poems featured in ONE ART: a journal of poetry

Hilary Sideris has three poems featured in ONE ART: a journal of poetry.

The Dawn of Nothing Important by David Giannini

David Giannini’s poem “To Those Who Still Keep Faith” is featured in Wordpeace.

David Giannini’s poem “To Those Who Still Keep Faith” is featured in Wordpeace, a digital multi-genre literary project for world peace and social justice. (Read More)