Thanks to Edward Clifford & The Massachusetts Review for this quick interview with Daniel Barnum. Check it out!
The initial print run of Daniel Barnum’s Names for Animals has officially sold out. All copies have been mailed as of today.
We will offer a second printing of 80 copies late in June. Thank you for your overwhelming support for this poet and their marvelous work.
We’re thrilled to announce that Emily Mohn-Slate’s chapbook, Feed, has now gone into a second printing. Congratulations to Emily, and thanks again to everyone for your support of her poems!
Congratulations to Casey Charles, whose new book of poetry, Zicatela, has just been released by FootHills Publishing in their Montana Poets Series.
Casey’s chapbook, Blood Work, was published in 2012 as part of our Summer Kitchen Series.
Casey’s novel, The Monkey Cages, was recently published by Lethe Press.
Just wanted to share the news that Sierra Golden’s chapbook, Aristotle’s Lantern, sold through its initial print run in August and is now in a second printing. Thanks to everyone who continues to support this title, and congratulations to Sierra.
If you didn’t catch it, Will Woolfitt has an interview with Sierra about her chapbook over at Speaking of Marvels. Thanks, Will!
If you’re in Pittsburgh this weekend, please consider Alison Taverna’s book launch of What Hollywood Taught Me: Saturday, September 3, 7pm at James Simons Studio. If you’re not in Pittsburgh, you can still support WHTM by purchasing your copy here!
Clean, David’s full-length collection, is now available from Four Way Books. Order yours now!
Frank, open, painful, specific, direct, moving, and perhaps above all, generous: these are words that come to me as I watch Ed Madden’s Ted Talk, “How to Lift Him.” Thank you for sharing.
The good folks at Switchback have published a fresh review by Robbi Nester of Dave Bonta’s Breakdown: Banjo Poems. Thanks so much!
Just checked in on the Kickstarter campaign to support the November 7 performance of Ed Madden’s My Father’s House set to music by Paddy Dover: the campaign has met its $3500 goal and is still going strong! Please help support this unique event.