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Congratulations to Kendra Tanacea! Her book, A Filament Burns in Blue Degrees, will be published by Lost Horse Press in early 2017!


Congratulations to Mary Louise Kiernan Hagerdon, whose poem, “The Triangle”, was published in The New York Times Metropolitan Diary! You can read her poem here.

Congratulations to Abby Caplin! Abby is an award recipient of San Francisco’s Poets Eleven Contest 2016.

On August 23rd at 6pm join flutist Stephanie Jutt and poet Mark Belair at the Cornelia Street Cafe in NYC for a Music/Spoken Word Performance. See the details at:

Congratulations to Loren Stephens! Her book, “Paris Nights: My Year at the Moulin Rouge,” (with Cliff Simon) was published in July by Waldorf Publishing. Loren will be signing copies of her book at The Corner Bookstore on Madison Avenue, New York, NY on October 4, 2016.

Congratulations to Debra Hori! Debra won runner-up in Bacopa Literary Review’s 2016 Creative Nonfiction Prize.

Congratulations to Patricia Meek who was named as a finalist for the 2016 Rita Dove Award in Poetry (International Literary Awards).

Congratulations to Richard Key, who won second place in the Gulf Coast Writers Association 2016 contest! You can check out his winning story here: Do-Gooders Gotta Eat Too

Richard also was accepted into Crack the Spine’s upcoming print anthology! You can read the essay that will appear in the anthology here.

Congratulations to Suzanne O’Connell, who’s featured as Poet of the Week on the Poetry Super Highway.

Congratulations to Lucinda B. Watson, who received two acceptances in one week! Lucinda’s poem, “Barnstorming”, was accepted by Stickman Review and her poem, “Getting Around Town”, was accepted by The Healing Muse.

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