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Tangerine now shipping

We are very pleased to announce that our latest poetry chapbook, Tangerine by new author, Ludid Ryu is now available. It is based on a daughter’s tender and intimate relationship with her mother during her 8-year struggle with Alzheimer’s.

Poem at the Edge of the World finalist in Georgia

Congratulations to Julia Caroline Knowlton whose most recent publication Poem at the Edge of the World was one of four finalists in the Poetry Chapbook section of the Georgia Author of the Year Awards. And congratulations to the other finalists and especially winner Monica Lee Weatherly and her publication

Terry Blackhawk featured On Creativity

Terry Blackhawk is featured in an essay she wrote for Linda Sienkiewicz‘s blog “What, Why, How–Series on Creativity” which is devoted to poets, fiction writers, etc writing about their careers.

“November Song” on the Trail

Julia Knowlton is one of the featured poets this fall in the Georgia Poetry in the Parks project. Congratulations Julia! Here are some photographs of the poem on display.

Julia Knowlton’s “November Song” hits the trail.

The poet laureate of Georgia, Chelsea Rathburn, has selected “November Song” from Julia Knowlton‘s Poem at the Edge of the World (2022) to be featured this October in their Poetry in the Parks project. The project is placing poems on signs on trails in parks around the state. More

Watershed for Patagonia

Watershed author Cameron Scott’s poetry will be featured in the Fall 2022 Patagonia Catalogue, and he has recorded a poem and an interview for the Patagonia website. More info when we have it!

Cover for Maumee, Maumee

We are very happy to be able to share the cover of Terry Blackhawk’s forthcoming poetry chapbook, Maumee, Maumee. It is from a painting by Neil Frankenhauser.

New title from Terry Blackhawk

We are very pleased to announce that we are working on a new poetry chapbook with Terry Blackhawk, to be titled Maumee, Maumee.

Shipping Poetry at the Edge of the World

Great News! Poetry at the Edge of the World is back from the printers and we have already started shipping them to donors. Get yours here!

Entropy review of Familiars

A thoughtful review of Familiars on Entropy Magazine by Matt Rigney, author of In Pursuit of Giants: One Man’s Search for the Last of the Great Fish (Viking/Penguin).