Category: Poetry Publications

Lisa Hiton published in The Literary Review

We’re thrilled to see that Lisa Hiton’s poem, “Reaction Wood,” has been published in a special issue of The Literary Review!  The issue focuses on women’s studies, and editor Minna Proctor describes the work in it as “entirely exploratory, wildly diverse, gleefully inconclusive.”  Hearty congrats, Lisa! Lisa Hiton holds an M.F.A. in poetry from Boston University and […]

Tara Skurtu published in Paper Darts

Tara Skurtu (Poetry ’13) has had two poems published in Paper Darts: “Operating System” and “Feeding Time.”  Both are single-sentence gems full of energy!  Be sure to also browse Paper Darts, which is a publishing press and creative agency as well as a literary magazine. In addition, Tara’s poem “Indian River at Dusk” was featured in […]

Abriana Jetté’s anthology debuts at #1

Such terrific news for Abriana Jetté, whose anthology, 50 Whispers: Poems by Extraordinary Women, debuted at #1 in women’s poetry on Amazon shortly before the new year! The book remains in the top 100 Kindle ebooks this week, and is a stunning compilation of poetry by a range of female writers including Emily Dickinson, Phillis […]

Luisa Caycedo-Kimura published in Mid-American Review

We’re excited to begin 2015 by announcing that Luisa Caycedo-Kimura (Poetry ’13) has been published in a special issue of the Mid-American Review.  Her poem “Un Jardín en Tolima” is in issue 35.1, the first of two 35th anniversary issues of MAR.   Congratulations, Luisa! Luisa Caycedo-Kimura was the 2014 John K. Walsh Residency Fellow at the Anderson […]

Erin Belieu’s latest reviewed in the NY Times, and Literary Links

                    We were delighted to see that the latest poetry collection by Erin Belieu, Slant Six (Copper Canyon Press), was reviewed on the first page of the Arts section of the New York Times!  Times critic Dwight Gardner was largely favorable in his review, saying, “It’s […]

Ani Gjika’s translations in World Literature Today, AGNI, and more

Ani Gjika (Poetry 2010) has been hard at work, translating the latest collection of poetry by Luljeta Lleshanaku, the leading poet of Ani’s native Albania.  Quite a few of these translations have recently appeared in nationally and internationally acclaimed literary magazines such as World Literature Today, AGNI Online, Plume, and From the Fishouse.  (Click on the links to […]

Tara Skurtu published in Plume

We’re so pleased to see Tara Skurtu’s poem, “Indian River at Dusk,” in Plume.  Read it here, and enjoy her wonderful wit, as in lines like this one: God was a word person. After two Hail Marys and an Our Father I’d be good again. Congratulations, Tara! Tara Skurtu is the recipient of two Academy of […]

Sasenarine Persaud’s latest book and news

We’re excited to announce that Sasenarine Persaud has just published a new book of poetry, Love in a Time of Technology!  The book includes poems dedicated to Robert Pinsky and Derek Walcott.  Sase has recently returned from his book launch in Toronto, and you can see the announcement for it here. In addition, Sase had a very […]

Lisa Hiton is Poet of the Week on The Paris-American

                  Brava to Lisa Hiton, who is this week’s featured poet on The Paris-American!  From the poem: Tail plumes stretched like sharp swords, then recoiling. I followed it thinking it was a kookaburra. With every inch I advanced, it changed its song—unrecognizable cries, stolen from the throats of […]

Kelly Morse’s recent poetry news

Kelly Morse’s poetry has been receiving all manner of publicity on the internet!  Her poem ‘Nobody Leaves Anybody in Winter’ was nominated for the Best of the Net  2014 Anthology by apt magazine, and she was interviewed for The Writer’s Job, a website featuring writers who work in non-traditional writing jobs. Kelly also published a book review and a guest post about Vietnamese […]