Igor Webb author of Christopher Smart’s Cat is interviewed on YouTube by Vince Passaro.
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 should do is invent wonderful turns of phrases, new syntax, head-turning semantics. There should be a dialectic of […]
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 following is an excerpt from the interview. Dante Di Stefano: How did Dos Madres come into being? Robert Murphy: Like […]
Pauletta Hansel says she is looking forward to reading along with the “incomparable Richard Hague at the incomparable Mercantile Library (both Cincinnati literary giants in their own ways) on Tuesday, July 17.” Please join them for Two Takes on Memoir: a Reading/Discussion by Richard Hague and Pauletta Hansel.
Dos Madres poets Jane MacFadyen, author of Waiting to be Born – American Ghazals and Other Poems, and Fred Muratori, author of A Civilization will be reading from their books 6pm, July 12, 2018 at Buffalo Street Book in the Dewitt Mall, Ithaca, NewYork.
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 Niles, Michigan working as a vacuum cleaner technician by day, sneaking across the border to Indiana by […]
Tyrone William interviews Ralph La Charity in Dispatches From the Poetry Wars. Ralph La Charity is also author of Farwellia A La Aralee, and most recently. Litanies Said Handedly.
A Note from the Publisher: It has been my hope as publisher of Dos Madres Press that we might someday have blog writer who writes of all things Dos Madres. Mike Templeton may just be the fellow we are looking for. Mike Writes of Himself: “My background is in literary studies. I studied the Romantics […]
Tyrone Williams reviews Ralph La Charity’s Litanies Said Handedly in Dispatches from the Poetry Wars. Ralph La Charity is also author of Farwellia A La Aralee.
Henry Gould author of Ravenna Diagram has his book of poetry reviewed in Elliptical Moments a blog by the Irish poet Billy Mills.
Daniel Shapiro will read from his new book of poems A Child With Swan’s Wings. He will be reading along with Barry Wallenstein, Jason Weiss, and actress Gy Mirano at Book Culture on Columbus Ave, 450 Columbus Ave. New York, NY 10024, Wednesday, June 20, 7pm. Daniel Shapiro is also author of The Red Handkerchief, […]
Eileen Tabios editor of Galatea Resurrects reviews Karen Glassmeyer’s new book of poems Invisible Fish. Eileen Tabios is the author of INVENT[ST]ORY. and Murder Death Resurrection.
Carol Alexander will be reading from her new book of poems Environments, Monday June 11, 5:30 -6:45 at New York Public Library, 67th Street Branch, 328 E. 67th Street, Manhattan, 10065 212-734-1717. A book signing and discussion will follow.
David Giannini, author of The Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up, and Faces Somewhere Wild will be reading at The Bookstore, Lenox, Massachusetts, 11 Housatonic Street, June 7, 2018, 5:30pm.
David Giannini will read from his latest book the Future Only Rattles When You Pick It Up, and with Janet MacFadyen will read from Waiting to be Born – American Ghazals and Other Journeys at Williams Bookstore, 81 Spring St, Williamstown, MA 01267, May 17, 2018, 6:00pm.
Phyllis Katz will be reading from her new book of poems, Finding Ithaca, at the Norwich Bookstore, Norwich Vermont, May 23 7pm. Noted author Baron Wormser will also be reading. Norwich Bookstore is located 291 S Main St, Norwich, VT 05055. Phone: 802-649-1114