Marriage Map by Owen Lewis

Owen Lewis’s poem is second place winner in Wigtown Book Festival poetry competition

Owen Lewis author of, Sometimes Full of Daylight, Best Man, and Marriage Map has earned second place in the Wigtown Book Festival poetry competition 2018, for his poem “As if it didn’t matter which way was

A Map and One Year by Karen L. George

Karen George’s poem Listen, is featured on Verse Daily.

From her book A Map and One Year, Karen George’s poem Listen, is today’s featured poem on Verse Daily.

Earth and Cave by Michael Heller

Michael Heller is featured in Jacket2

Michael Heller (A Look at the Door with the Hinges Off, and Earth and Cave, and Constellations of Waking – soon to be published by Dos Madres late 2018, early 2019) is featured in the

Green Midnight by Stuart Bartow

Dennis Daly reviews Stuart Bartow’s latest book of poems titled Green Midnight

Dennis Daly author of Night Walking with Nathaniel – Poems of Salem, and Pantoums, reviews Green Midnight by Stuart Bartow in the journal Boston Area Small Press and Poetry Scene. Stuart Bartow is also the

Presence of Life by Eric Hoffman

Eric Hoffman is the featured poet in this month’s Galatea

Eric Hoffman and his latest book of verse, Presence of Life, is the featured poet in Galatea Resurrects. Eric is also author of Life at Braintree, The American Eye, By the Hours, and Forms of

A Map and One Year by Karen L. George

Karen George’s A Map and One Year is engaged by Eileen Tabios in Galatea Resurrects

A Map and One Year by Karen George is given review by Eileen Tabios in the online journal Galatea Resurrects. Eileen Tabios is author of INVENT[ST]ORY, and Murder Death Resurrection. “Sometimes, we poet-as-readers are such

Christopher Smart's Cat by Igor Webb

Vince Passaro interviews Igor Webb author of Christopher Smart’s Cat

Igor Webb author of Christopher Smart’s Cat is interviewed on YouTube by Vince Passaro.

Leaning into the Infinite by Marc Vincenz

Leaning Into The Infinite by Marc Vincenz is reviewed in North of Oxford

Larissa Shmailo reviews Leaning Into The Infinite by Marc Vincenz. “I am not a fan of the unadorned vernacular in poetry, no matter how sincere its sentiment or pertinent its message. In my book, what a poet

The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up by David Giannini

Dante di Stephano interviews Robert Murphy and David Giannini for the journal Best American Poetry

David Giannini author of Faces Somewhere Wild, and The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up along with Robert Murphy of Dos Madres Press is interviewed by Dante di Stephano for Best American Poetry. The

Pyrrhonic by Stephanie Erdman

Stephanie Erdman author of Pyrrhonic is interviewed in Twyckenham Notes

Twyckenham Notes writes of Stephanie Erdman author of Pyrrhonic: “We have the pleasure of introducing Stephanie L. Erdman, a Professor of English at Lake Michigan College with degrees from Purdue University and Indiana University South Bend. She lives in