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Poems of pain. Poems of protest. Poems of healing. Contributors Richard Ballon, Sharon Coleman, Jennifer Jean, Susan Edwards Richmond, Ellin Sarot, Ada Jill Schneider, and Dianalee Velie share their contributions to this anthology.
Archeophonics is the first collection of new work from the poet Peter Gizzi in five years.
In her fifth book of poems, Stairway to Heaven, Alison Hawthorne Deming explores dimensions of grief and renewal after losing her brother and mother.
"Anna M. Warrock paints in subtle color the varying shades of loss, with white snows that 'fall dark against the sky,' red seeds, lilac wind, the silver quality of the moon and of glass. A remarkable coolness pervades the poems, in content and sensitive attention to form—a calm necessary to the revelation of truth surrounding death within the confines of a family.
Contributors Jennifer Clarvoe, Rebecca Morgan Frank, and Dora Malech share their poems from a new anthology.
Geraldine Zetzel has been in love with poetry since 5th grade, when she produced her first sonnet. In addition to her full-length collection, Mapping the Sands, she is the author of two chapbooks, Near Enough to Hear the Words and With Both Hands. Currently, she teaches courses in the Tufts Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, the most recent being focused on African-American poets. A longtime practitioner of Theravada Buddhism, she leads several ongoing meditation groups. Geraldine Zetzel lives in Lexington, MA.
Kevin Carey is an Assistant Professor in the English Department at Salem State University. He writes poetry, fiction and stage plays. His work can be found in several literary journals, the Apple Valley Review, the Literary Review, the Comstock Review, and the Paterson Literary Review.
Join three poets for readings from their latest collections.
Magicians, wig makers, sculptors, perfumers, choreographers, and composers all help conjure the worlds of Frank's second collection, The Spokes of Venus. These poems offer a landscape shaped by the tensions between the act of making and the art of observing. If music and art are the sisters of poetry, this collection is a chorus a glorious one of siblings arguing and singing.
Adam Scheffler is the author of A Dog's Life (Jacar Press 2016), which was selected by Denise Duhamel as the winner of the Jacar Press Full–Length Poetry Book Contest.
Grid Books celebrates the publication of Cold Storage by Keith Althaus, winner of the 2016 Off the Grid Poetry Prize, with a reading by the author and by past winners Patricia Corbus and Dicko King.