Tag: Pauletta Hansel


Pauletta Hansel and Dick Hague are winners in Still: The Journal’s 2019 Literary Contest

The winners in their perspective categories of Poetry and Creative Nonfiction are: In Poetry Pauletta Hansel won for, “Home Is the Place Where, When You Have to Go There, You Only Think About How to

Coal Town Photograph by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel’s poem “Harlan County USA, (2019)” is featured in Rattle

Pauletta Hansel’s poem “Harlan County USA, (2019)” is featured in Rattle. Pauletta Hansel is the author of First Person, What I Did There, Tangle, Palindrome, and Coal Town Photograph.

The Road Itself by Aralee Strange

Pauletta Hansel and Mark Flanigan Radio Interview: Celebrating The Life of Aralee Strange

Mark Flanigan and Pauletta Hansel are interviewed by Barbara Gray on WVXU, celebrating the life of Aralee Strange and her last book of poems, The Road Itself.

Bonbonerie Poetry Lovers Dinner Event

Poetry Lover’s Dinner Event by Michael Templeton

Hosted by the Bonbonerie, the Poetry Lover’s Dinner Event featured three magnificent poets from the Dos Madre’s roster. Susan Glassmeyer, Pauletta Hansel, and Megan Hanson were assembled to read from their most recent books. Dinner

Palindrome by Pauletta Hansel

Pauletta Hansel’s Palindrome is reviewed in Still: The Journal

Pauletta Hansel author of First Person, What I Did There, and Tangle has her most recent book of poems, Palindrome, reviewed by Linda Parsons in the journal Still. “The word palindrome was coined in the seventeenth

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.

What I Did There by Pauletta Hansel

Review: Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine, of Pauletta Hansel’s What I Did There

Now & Then: The Appalachian Magazine reviews Pauletta Hansel’s What I Did There.