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Everything Gets Old by Grace Curtis

Grace Curtis’s poem, “The Lady in the Iron Mask” is featured in Verse Daily

Grace Curtis’s poem, “The Lady in the Iron Mask“, from her latest book of poetry Everything Gets Old is a featured Poem Of The Day in Verse Daily. Grace Curtis is also author of The Shape

The Uncertain Lover by Martin Willitts Jr.

Martin Willitts Jr. Reading Video

Martin Willitts Jr. author of Secrets No One Must Talk About, and The Uncertain Lover, reads from his books of poetry: Posted by Bright Hill Press on Thursday, June 13, 2019

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

Regrounding a Pilgrimage by John Matthias & John Peck

Robert Archambeau’s Introduction to Regrounding a Pilgrimage appears in Galatea Resurrects

Robert Archambeau’s Introduction to Regrounding a Pilgrimage by John Matthias and John Peck in the December issue of Galatea Resurrects. John Matthias is also the author in collaboration with Robert Archambeau, and Jean Dibble of

Reason’s Dream by Roger Mitchell

Roger Mitchell’s “Plague” is the featured poem in Verse Daily

Roger Mitchell’s poem “Plague” from his new book of poems Reason’s Dream is the featured poem for November 13, 2018 in Verse Daily.

Invisible Fish by Susan Glassmeyer

Susan Glassmeyer is named Ohio Poetry Day Association poet of the year (2018) for Invisible Fish

The Ohio Poetry Day Association has name Susan Glassmeyer poet of the year for her book Invisible Fish. “Susan F. Glassmeyer has been imagining poems since childhood when her Kentucky Grandfather explained the language and

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

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

Palindrome by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel Has Received The 2017 Weatherford Award for Poetry

Dos Madres Press is proud to announce that Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate, Pauletta Hansel has won the Weatherford Award for best Appalachian writing in the genre of poetry for her book Palindrome.

Tangle by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel is named Best Ambassador for Poetry by City Beat

Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate Pauletta Hansel, author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle, was named Best Ambassador for poetry by City Beat online journal.