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Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jan 9, 2011 The Jane Crown Show
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The Author of the collection of poems "Other Cruel Things" by Differentia Press
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jan 2, 2011 The Jane Crown Show
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Author of the collection of poems;Becoming released through Whistling Shade Press
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Nov 14, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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since 1970 john has published upwards of 1,300 poems in hundreds of magazines around the world. in march, his 20th book, CAN'T STOP NOW! will be published. selections of john's work have been translated into several languages, including spanish, swedish, italian, french, japanese and romanian. john lives in pennsylvania with kathy, his wife of 35 years, and their dog abby. later next year a collection of john's dog poems from over the course of his career will be published. that book is...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Nov 11, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Walter E. Butts, the 2009-2014 New Hampshire Poet Laureate, is the author of Radio Time (forthcoming from Cherry Grove), Sunday Evening at the Stardust Cafe`, which was chosen as a finalist for the Philip Levine Prize in Poetry and selected winner of the 2006 Iowa Source Poetry Book Prize, and several chapbooks, including What to Say if the Birds Ask (Pudding House, 2007) and Sunday Factory (Finishing Line Press, 2006). The recipient of two Pushcart Prize nominations and a Massachusetts Artists...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Oct 27, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Scott Owens reads from the book he has co-authored with Pris Campbell.Jane sits in to read 'hers' of the his n' hers parcel of the collection.
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Oct 24, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Press Bio: I received my MFA from Georgia State University, where I received the Gerard Manley Hopkins Award. My poetry has appeared widely in magazines including Five Points, Prairie schooner, The North American Review, The Cortland Review, Agenda, and Ars Interpres. In 2009, my work was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. I teach writing at the University of New Hampshire and live with my wife and dog in Exeter, NH. "Blackberries" It may in the end come to this: memory the tongue will...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Oct 17, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Mimi White has been teaching creative writing for twenty-five years and was Co-Director of PicturePoets of AIR, a non-profit organization that provides enriching arts and cultural experiences to teenage girls. She has been a finalist and a recipient of a NH State Fellowship in Poetry. Her chapbook "The Singed Horizon" was selected by Robert Creeley as the recipient of the 2000 Philbrick Poetry Award. Poet Laureate of Portsmouth, New Hampshire 2005-2007, she is currently working to...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Oct 5, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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S Stephanie lives in Manchester, NH where she teaches English and Creative Writing. She also works as a nurse. Her work has appeared in magazines such as The Birmingham Poetry Review, The Café Review, The Larcom Review, Third Coast, The Southern Review and The Sun. Her chapbook, Throat is available through Igneus Press. She published and co-edited the poetry magazine, Crying Sky: Poetry & Conversation 2005-2007. She has a second chapbook coming out with Pudding House in 2009. This poem...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Sep 19, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Jared Smith is a prominent figure in contemporary poetry, technology research, professional continuing education. Having earned his BA cum laude and his MA in English and American Literature from New York University, he spent many years in industry and research. Starting in 1976, he rose to Vice President of The Energy Bureau, Inc. in New York; relocated to Illinois, where he became Associate Director of both Education and Research for an international not-for-profit research laboratory (IGT);...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Sep 16, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Aug 29, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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D M GORDON has published poems and stories widely in literary journals such as Nimrod, Northwest Review, and The Massachusetts Review. Prizes include The Betsy Colquitt Award from descant, the Editor’s Choice from Beacon Street Review, and a First Prize from Glimmer Train. She is a 2008 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellow in fiction, and a 2004 Finalist in Poetry. As Writer in Residence for Forbes Library (Northampton, Mass.), she is founder of public forums on contemporary poetry...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Aug 22, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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JENNIFER BOSVELD is director of Pudding House Innovative Writers Programs which umbrellas many other areas of her work as a poet. Her poems have appeared in The Sun, Hiram Poetry Review, The Chiron Review, Wind, Negative Capability, The Christian Science Monitor, Psychopoetica, Heaven Bone, Cornfield Review, Birmingham Poetry Review, Pig Iron, and hundreds of other literary journals and magazines. Her poems also appear in anthologies including The Coffeehouse Poetry Anthology where editor Larry...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Aug 15, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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GREG JOLY homesteads in Jamaica, Vermont, living off the grid. He is the author of the poetry collections Hand Labor (Adastra 1992), Cabin Fever (BullThistle Press 1997), and Village Limits (Adastra 2008). He is an independent scholar of Henry David Thoreau and of Helen and Scott Nearing. He is a member of the board of The Good Life Center in Harborside, Maine. He wrote the Epilogue for the 50th Anniversary publication of the Scott Nearing’s The Maple Sugar Book (Chelsea Green 2000) and the...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Aug 8, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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W. D. Ehrhart holds an Honorable Discharge from the US Marine Corps and a PhD from the University of Wales at Swansea. He is a veteran of the Vietnam War. The recipient of the President’s Medal from Veterans for Peace, a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, two Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowships, a Mary Roberts Rinehart Foundation Grant, and an Excellence in the Arts Award from Vietnam Veterans of America, he is the husband of Anne and father of Leela, and teaches English and history at the...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jul 31, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Michael Rattee’s poems have appeared in Blue Unicorn, CutThroat, Edison Literary Review, Flare, Heliotrope, Laurel Review, Lucid Stone, Main Street Rag, Pivot, Poem, Poet Lore, Poets On, Rhetoric Review, Santa Clara Review and the anthologies The Adastra Reader (Adastra Press, 1987), Men Of Our Time: An Anthology of Male Poetry in Contemporary America (Univ. of Georgia Press, 1992), Proposing On The Brooklyn Bridge (Grayson Books, 2003). He edited the poetry quarterly, PRICKLY PEAR/Tucson,...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jul 25, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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SUSAN EDWARDS RICHMOND has degrees from Williams College and the University of California at Davis. Her poems have appeared in such journals as Appalachia, Birdwatcher’s Digest, Blueline, Kimera, Women Outdoors, Sanctuary, and The Iowa, Green Mountains, Earthwise, and Seattle Reviews. Her work is included in several recent anthologies including, The Dire Elegies: 59 Poets on Endangered Species of North America (FootHills Publishing, 2006), Runes: A Review of Poetry: Hearth (Arctos Press:...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jul 18, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Poster (Online Broadside)--Poetry Mudlark: An Electronic Journal of Poetry & Poetics (2002) Essays, Reviews, Introductions—Poetry Cube, The Café Review, The Poet’s Touchstone (2), Siren, Small Press Review Books--Poetry Review: A Book of Poems (Kettle of Fish Press, 1995), (If This Is the) New World (March Street Press, 2007). Chapbooks--Poetry Over Easy (Minotaur Press, 1990), The Great Apology (Oyster River Press, 2001) Chapbooks—Poetry (Online) Feasts/Week 17 (Beard of Bees, 2008)
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jul 11, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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DAWN McDUFFIE has an MFA from Vermont College and has taught creative writing at Detroit’s Scarab Club and Opera House. Her poems have appeared in Rattle, Driftwood, Diner, The MacGuffin, Feminist Studies, and the recent anthology, Mona Poetica. An essay, “Humor in Poetry,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. Her first chapbook, People in My Head, won the Heartlands Today contest in 1997. She taught high school English in Detroit for twenty-five years. Her second book, Carmina Detroit...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jul 4, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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TOM SEXTON was born in 1940 in Lowell, Maassachusetts. After graduating from Lowell High School in 1958, he served in the U.S. Army. He holds degrees from Salem State College (Massachusetts) and the University of Alaska-Fairbanks. He taught at U-AK-Anchorage for twenty-five years, having been the poetry editor of Alaska Quarterly Review for ten years. He served as Alaska’s Poet Laureate from 1995 - 2000. His work has appeared in many journals including Amicus, The Hudson Review and Poetry. He...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jun 27, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Jared Smith is the author of nine volumes of poetry: Looking Into the Machinery: The Selected Longer Poems of Jared Smith (1984-2008,) (Tamarack Editions, PA, 2010;) Grassroots (Wind Publications, KY, 2010;) The Graves Grow Bigger Between Generations (Higganum Hill Books, CT, 2008;) Where Images Become Imbued With Time (Puddin'head Press, IL, 2007;) Lake Michigan and Other Poems (Puddin'head Press, IL, 2005;) Walking the Perimeters of the Plate Glass Window Factory (Birch Brook Press, NY,...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jun 20, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Edward is senior editor of the Houston literary review He is working with a co-author on a book now. In may he read at two venues in Texas and appeared on full of crow radio. he is walking in a walk to create awareness in june as well as scheduling more readings for the month of june. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Edward-Wells-II/70477786302
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
May 9, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Matthew has traveled the world and met many interesting people. He is hard at work on his second novel, The Suck Monster, a humorous memoir about fatherhood. Matthew resides in Hermosa Beach, CA, with his wife and newborn son. He owns, operates, and writes for a highly popular socio-political Web site: www.nakedwordsurfer.com. Matthew is passionate about writing and seeks to make it is full-time career. Broken is his debut novel.
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
May 2, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Bruce Lader’s recent full-length book is Landscapes of Longing. His first full-length volume, Discovering Mortality, was a finalist for the Brockman-Campbell Award. He has also been a finalist for the 2008 Greensboro Award in Poetry and other contests. Bruce published a chapbook, Buoy on the Water, in 1979, and his poems have appeared in over 100 international journals and anthologies, including Poetry, the New York Quarterly, the Humanist, International Poetry Review, Harpur Palate, New...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Apr 25, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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B.L. Kennedy is the author of over 50 books of poetry,His current collection is Neuro Sonnets with Polymer Grove Press.
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Apr 14, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Apr 11, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Diane Lockward is the author of What Feeds Us (Wind Publications, 2006). The collection received the Quentin R. Howard Poetry Prize. She is also the author of two previous collections, Eve’s Red Dress (Wind Publications, 2003) and a chapbook, Against Perfection (Poets Forum Press, 1998). A new book, Temptation by Water, is forthcoming from Wind Publications in 2010. Diane's poems have been published in several anthologies, including Poetry Daily: 366 Poems from the World’s Most Popular...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Apr 10, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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JOHN BENNETT writes with a tiny, fist-sized stuffed bear in sorcerer's garb on top of his computer. Not too many years back he wrote on a wide-carriage manual typewriter. On the road he writes on legal pads and napkins. The bear is a gift from his granddaughter, a perceptive, jewel of a girl with laughing eyes. Veteran small-press poet and writer, editor and publisher of the legendary Vagabond Press. A brace of fine books to his credit, including the novel Bodo that came out in New York, London...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Apr 4, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Gerard Sarnat is the great-great grandson of Jacob Ben Isaac Gesundheit, the High Rabbi of Warsaw, and shtetl lowlifes, Nahum Z. and Yente Liebe Sarnatzky; a father of three, grandpa, and married forty years. Gerry’s Harvard and Stanford educated, a Diplomate of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He has been a professor at Stanford Medical School, an international health care consultant, and CEO/chief medical officer for national...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Mar 28, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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For forty years – longer than her entire adult life – Pamela Spiro Wagner has been affected by paranoid schizophrenia, a plight she eloquently explored in her award-winning book, Divided Minds: Twin Sisters and their Journey Through Schizophrenia, co-written with her twin sister, psychiatrist Carolyn S. Spiro, MD. Also an accomplished poet, Wagner has long utilized the language and emotion of poetry to express the individuality of her mental illness, capturing with vivid candor her singular...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Mar 21, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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My original poetry has appeared in journals, including Manzanita Quarterly, West Wind Review, and International Poetry Review. I have four chapbooks and am currently looking for a publisher for my first full-length book of poems, Freeway. Online, my poems can be found at The Argotist Online (http://www.argotistonline.co.uk/Poetry%20index.htm) and Four and Twenty (http://4and20poetry.com/), among other web sites. My honors include an International Library of Poetry Editor’s Choice Award 2004;...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Mar 14, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Alex Grant's Chains & Mirrors won the 2007 Oscar Arnold Young Award(Best North Carolina poetry collection) and the 2006 Randall Jarrell Poetry Prize. The White Book was released in 2008 and Fear of Moving Water, a finalist for a number of national book contests, was released in 2009. The Circus Poems will be released by Lorimer Press in fall 2010. A Pushcart nominee, he has received the Kakalak Poetry Prize and The Pavel Srut Poetry Fellowship, and his poems have appeared in many national...
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Mar 7, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Gary Metras is the author of the poetry books: The Night Watches (Adastra Press 1981), Destiny’s Calendar (Samidat Press 1985), and Until There Is Nothing Left (Ridgeway Press 2003), along with eleven chapbooks, most recently Greatest Hits 1980-2006 (Pudding House 2007) and Francis d’Assisi 2008 (Finishing Line Press 2008), which was selected as one of the Massachusetts Center of the Book Poetry Books of the Year (2009). His poems, essays and reviews have appeared in such journals as The...
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Feb 28, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Stella Brice was born in Houston, Texas. She received a B.A. in English Literature from Rice University (where she studied with Max Apple). Stella has been an equestrienne, a dancer, a tarot reader, a performance artist & a housecleaner to faded rock stars in San Francisco (her clients included the drummer & the lead singer of Strawberry Alarm Clock) Her writing has appeared in numerous journals including Frank, Fine Madness, Southern Poetry Review & many others. Online, her work...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Feb 21, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Publications Books Journey in Flagrante. San Diego: Level 4 Press, 2009 (Pub date April 1) Chapbooks Park Quest. Long Beach, Cal.: Doom Ah Press, 2003 Familiarities. San Pedro: Lummox Press, 2001 (with Gerald Locklin) Critical Articles Critical Afterward to Gerald Locklin’s Modiglian/Montparnasse Poems. Long Beach, Cal. Doom Ah Press, 2003 “Gerald Locklin” in Dictionary of Literary Biography “Short Story Writers Since World War II,” Gale Series (Columbia: S.C.: Bruccoli Clark Layman,...
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Feb 14, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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I have published prose and/or poetry in Turnrow, Adirondack Review, American Poetry Journal, Paumanok Review, Blood Orange, Barnwood, Yankee Pot Roast, Monday Night, Elimae, H_NGM_N, Center, Poet Lore, Forklift OH, Euphony, Rattle, Jabberwock Review, Tarpaulin Sky, The Pinch, Smartish Pace, others. I have two novels from Livingston Press: Talk: a Novel in Dialogue (2002) and We are Billion-Year-Old Carbon (2007). My novels received nice blurbs from Lee Smith, Robert Olen Butler, Steve Stern,...
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Feb 8, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Chris Olander, poet, teacher and bio-educator with California Poets in the Schools (CPITS) since 1984, blends performance techniques with spoken word to create an Action Art Poetry: musical image phrasing to dramatize relative experiences--a poetry arising from oral and bardic traditions. "I am a sound poet exploring various meanings of words, phrasings and ideas arranged in sound and rhythm patterns." "More dynamic than listening to a recording or reading, I become the poem. I...
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Feb 3, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Jan 31, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Poet and organic fruit grower Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer “is a chanteuse of the heart,” says poet Art Goodtimes. She’s the appointed Poet Laureate of San Miguel County. She has authored and edited eleven books, including: Intimate Landscape: The Four Corners in Poetry & Photography,Holding Three Things at Once, finalist for the Colorado Book Award Suitcase of Yeses (audio CD),Charity: True Stories of Giving & Receiving and If You Listen winner of the Colorado Independent Press...
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Jan 17, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Kara Candito is the author of Taste of Cherry (University of Nebraska Press), winner of the 2008 Prairie Schooner Book Prize. Her poems and reviews have appeared or will appear in such journals as Blackbird, AGNI, Prairie Schooner, The Kenyon Review, Gulf Coast, Sycamore Review, Nimrod, Contrary Magazine, Best New Poets 2007, Diode, New South, and The Florida Review. She has received awards for her poetry, including an Academy of American Poets Prize and scholarships from the Bread Loaf...
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Jan 10, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Puma Perl’s poetry and fiction have been published in over 100 print and online journals and anthologies.Her first chapbook, Belinda and Her Friends, published in 2008, was awarded the Erbacce Press 2009 Poetry Award; a full length collection, knuckle tattoos, will be published early in 2010. She performs her work in many venues, in and out of New York City, and was recently included in the Bowery Poetry Club’s yearly New Year’s Day Alternate Poetry Marathon. Upcoming features include...
Jane Crown's Poetry Radio
Jan 9, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Bio: Neeli Cherkovski is a longtime contributor to the West Coast literary scene. Emerging from the Los Angeles underground of the Sixties, Cherkovski is an applauded poet, critic and literary biographer. He has written ten books of poetry, including the award winning Leaning Against Time , Elegy for Bob Kaufman and Animal; two acclaimed biographies, Bukowski: A Life and Ferlinghetti: A Biography; his book, Whitman's Wild Children (a collection of critical memoirs), has become an underground...
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Jan 3, 2010 The Jane Crown Show
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Helen Losse is the author of Better With Friends, published by Rank Stranger Press in 2009 and the Poetry Editor of The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature. She has two chapbooks, Gathering the Broken Pieces and Paper Snowflakes. Her recent poetry publications and acceptances include The Wild Goose Poetry Review, Main Street Rag, Iodine Poetry Review, Blue Fifth Review, Heavy Bear, and Hobble Creek Review. She has poems in two anthologies: In the Arms of Words: Poems For Disaster Relief and...
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Dec 13, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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CHARLES P. RIES Charles P. Ries lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His narrative poems, short stories, interviews, and poetry reviews have appeared in over two hundred print and electronic publications. He has received four Pushcart Prize nominations for his writing. He is the author of THE FATHERS WE FIND, a novel based on memory and five books of poetry. Most recently he was awarded the Wisconsin Regional Writers Association “Jade Ring” Award for humorous poetry. He is the poetry editor for...
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Nov 28, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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"D. Garcia-Wahl is the author of ALL THAT DOES COME OF MADDEN’D DAYS and ASHES OF MID AUTUMN. His new collection of poetry, BECOMING is due out shortly. He is putting the finishing touches on three more novels, another collection of poetry, and a collection of short stories. He was recently interviewed for a new HBO documentary. He divides his time between America and Paris."
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Nov 26, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Clarinda Harriss teaches poetry and editing at Towson University, where she chaired the English Department for a decade. Winner of numerous prizes for poetry and short fiction, she recently had two new collections see print: MORTMAIN and DIRTY BLUE VOICE. Immediately prior to their publication, AIR TRAVEL came out. All three are from Half Moon Editions: Brooklyn and Atlanta. She has 3 other collections and two academic books to her credit. Recently a group of her poems and a short story formed...
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Nov 22, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Diane Klammer is a native of California now living in Boulder,Colorado.She is married with two children. Diane taught biology before becoming a counseling psychologist who worked with the mentally ill,individuals on probation,the developmentally disabled and the elderly.She currently works as a naturalist for the Boulder County Open Space and is a musical therapist for seniors in adult care.Her first full length book of poems "Shooting the Moon" from Monkey Puzzle Press is now out.
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Nov 14, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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The author of the new chapbook "The Spaces Between Things"from Erbacce press.She is well published in numerous magazines including Ocho,Mipoesias and Agenda.She has four other chaps and won an award for her last "Elegies for Mary" published by Kritya press.India. She possesses a BA in English w/honors from John's Hopkins University and an MA in English with an emphasis on Creative Writing from Stony Brook.
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Nov 7, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Andrena Zawinski, born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA,lives and teaches writing in Oakland, CA. Her collections include Traveling in Reflected Light, a Kenneth Patchen Prize from Pig Iron Press, 1995- Greatest Hits 1991-2001 from Pudding House Publications- Taking the Road Where It Leads, honors from Poets Corner Press; Something About (Blue Light Press). Her work has appeared in Pacific Review, Quarterly West, Nimrod, Slipstream, Gulf Coast, Rattle, and other fine print journals and has been...
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Oct 18, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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joseph trombatore Joseph R. Trombatore, native Houstonian, was a member of The Houston Poets in the 70's, whose early works appeared in Sunsprout, Travois (An Anthology of Texas Poetry) Thorp Springs Press, 1976. 2 chapbooks: Ixion's Wheel 1977 & The Sargent Papers (Sargent, Texas) 1979. A Pushcart nominee; whose award winning collection of poems, “Screaming at Adam” was published by Wings Press, 2007. Recent poems have or will soon appear in: JASAT (Journal of the American Studies...
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Oct 15, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Oct 7, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Laurie Wagner Buyer writes,speaks and teaches about women in the American West.She is the author of 3 collections of poetry,including Across the High Divide,winner of the WWA Spur Award. Her memoir Spring's Edge; A Ranch Wife's Chronicles,was a 2009 finalist for the Colorado Book Award.Infinite Possibilities is her first collection of haiku and was written from her experiences as a ranch wife in Colorado's high country.Laurie now lives in Texas with her husband,songwriter and author W.C.Jameson.
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Oct 4, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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George Wallace (AB, MPH, MFA) is an award winning poet and journalist from New York who has performed his work across America and in Europe. Author of eighteen chapbooks of poetry, he has served as editor of Poetrybay (www.poetrybay.com), Poetryvlog (www.poetryvlog.com), Long Island Quarterly, Walt’s Corner and other electronic and hard copy publications. A university lecturer and practicing poet in performance, he has performed his own work and conducted writing workshops worldwide....
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Sep 27, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Achy's translation projects have included Maria Torres Piers' By Heart (Temple University Press); catalogue text for "Passionately Cuban," an art exhibition at the University of Albany, Albany, New York; catalogue text for the Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria; Picturing Cuba (University of New Mexico Press, 2002) by E. Wright Ledbetter; and articles for the Chicago Tribune. She was recently contracted by the family of the late Cuban poet laureate Nicolás Guillén to produce a new...
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Sep 20, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Rachel Pollack is the author of thirty books of fiction and non-fiction, which have been published in fourteen languages, including: 78 Degrees of Wisdom, The Body of the Goddess, and Tarot Of Perfection. Her books have won the World Fantasy Award, the Arthur C. Clarke Award, and the COVR Award. She is also a visual artist, the creator of The Shining Tribe Tarot. She teaches in the MFA program at Goddard College.
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Sep 19, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Fericano has been the publisher of Poor Souls Press since 1976, and was the editor of The West Conscious Review, Crow’s Nest, and The YU News Briefbook, respectively, from 1977 to 1988. He is currently the editor of The Broadsider, an annual magazine of limited edition, numbered and signed broadsides that showcase previously published poems by both emerging and established poets, including Edward Field, Angelica Jochim, Dan Gerber, leah angstman, Ann Menebroker, B.L. Kennedy, Robert Bly,...
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Sep 13, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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By way of bio, I am author of five books of poetry, including Lahaina Noon (2005), Living at the Monastery, Working in the Kitchen (2001), and Portable Planet (2000); Road Sign Suite: Across America and Again (2007), a poem sequence in a chapbook, is my most recent publication. My poems appear in Slate, North American Review, Threepenny Review, Poetry Ireland Review, Australia's Island and Quadrant, Canada's Dalhousie Review, Event, and Fiddlehead, New Zealand's Poetry NZ and Takahe, England's...
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Sep 13, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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William Doreski teaches at Keene State College in New Hampshire. His most recent collection of poetry is Waiting for the Angel (2009). He has published three critical studies, including Robert Lowell’s Shifting Colors. His essays, poetry, and reviews have appeared in many journals, including Massachusetts Review, Notre Dame Review, The Alembic, New England Quarterly, Harvard Review, Modern Philology, Antioch Review, Natural Bridge.
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Sep 6, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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John Macker lives in Northern New Mexico in an old roadhouse on the Santa Fe Trail that is currently in the last throes of an aggressive, decade long restoration. Books and broadsides of poetry include For The Few, The First Gangster, Burroughs At Santo Domingo, black/wing (cd with John Knoll), Adventures in the Gun Trade, his opus about Billy The Kid, Rimbaud and Cochise, and most recently, Woman Of The Disturbed Earth (Turkey Buzzard Press,2007) A new cd, Reading At Acequia Booksellers, is...
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Aug 31, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Aug 30, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Leo Victor Briones was born in El Paso, Texas in 1963. His father came from a family of “mueblerias” or furniture makers who fled the Mexican Revolution for border town of El Paso. His mother’s family, first generation immigrants, but well established in the social circles of Northern Mexico, West Texas, and New Mexico. His grandmother’s second cousin was the lauded Mexican muralist, David Alfaro Siqueiros. Briones credits his blending of art and with social justice to this family...
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Aug 23, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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William Taylor Jr. lives in San Francisco with his wife and a cat named Trouble. His work has been widely published in the independent press and across cyberspace in such publications as Poesy, Anthills and The New York Quarterly. His poetry has twice been nominated for a Pushcart prize. He is the author of numerous chapbooks and his full length collection, Words For Songs Never Written: New and Collected Poems was published by Centennial Press in 2007. The Hunger Season, a book of new poems,...
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Aug 22, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Clive Matson arrived in NYC in 1960. He quickly fell in with the Beat Generation – his first event was a reading where he met Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Diane di Prima. Herbert Huncke became his second father. Matson's first book was published by Diane di Prima’s “Poets Press” – 1,000 copies were sold out in 1966-67. Mainline to the Heart and Other Poems was re-released in March 2009 along with significant uncollected pieces from the same period. Clive returned to school and...
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Aug 16, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Welsh has published six collections of poetry, including Skull Highway (La Alameda Press, 2008). Poet and editor Naomi Shihab Nye has featured his work in The Texas Observer, and the Los Angeles Daily Journal has called him “one of America’s leading writers on life in border towns.” Kathleene West, poetry editor of Puerto del Sol, has also lauded his work, noting: “It’s getting harder and harder to pull off poems with Southwest imagery, but Lawrence Welsh has worked form, content and...
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Aug 15, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Roxy: Is after hours poetry; when the lights go down and the memory of last call has faded into the exhaled smoke of a bummed cigarette-Roxy comes to life.The poems are rooted in the street,caress (no slam!) the frailties of the human relationship, lean toward the erotic and show that honest poetry,feelings and emotions,cannot be confined by political correctness.In fact,Roxy is not a political correct collection.Cirillo,Gainer and Staple don’t tell those gentle lies. a blurb from the poet,...
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Aug 9, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Graduated from Cal State Univ. Long Beach in 1978, where I studied under Gerald Locklin, Richard Lee, and Dora Polk. I published/edited five issues of the Tequila Press Review, 1978-80. Some of the poets I published were Gerald Locklin, Jimmy Santiago Baca, Alberto Rios, Ron Koertge, Kirk Robertson, Nila Northsun, Dennis Cooper, and others. During this same period, the editor of the most influential small press magazine of the day, The Wormwood Review, published a large sampling of my work in...
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Aug 2, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Jack has some killer books,and lots of stuff to talk about,however,BTR refuses to allow a wordy bio- you'll just have to tune in to hear it read,and to hear Jack himself tell it!
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Jul 26, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Michael Adams grew up in a steel town 10 miles from Pittsburgh, PA and has been writing poetry since the 1960s. He has a B.A. in Anthropology and a Master’s degree in planning, both from the University of Pittsburgh. He is the author of five books of poetry and essays, including Broken Hand Peak (Turkey Buzzard Press, 2008) Underground (Longhand Press, 2007) and Between Heaven and Earth (Elik Press, 2004). Whistleblowers (Turkey Buzzard Press 2009) is his most recent work, like Underground a...
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Jul 12, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Robert Wendell King was born Dec. 7, 1937, in Denver, Colorado, and graduated from Fort Collins High School in 1955. He received his B. A. in English in 1959 from the State University of Iowa and returned to Colorado, getting his M. A. in American Literature from Colorado State University in 1961. He received his Ph. D. in English/Creative Writing from the University of Iowa and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 1965. After three years of teaching at the University of Alaska/Fairbanks, he began...
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Jun 28, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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JUDY WELLS was born in San Francisco, the great-granddaughter of Irish immigrant Edward Rodgers (MacCrory), from Gortin, Co., Tyrone, and Letitia Kinney of Philadelphia. She received her B.A. from Stanford and her Ph.D. in comparative literature from the University of California, Berkeley. Everything Irish, her sixth poetry collection, was published by Scarlet Tanager Books in 2000. Her second Scarlet Tanager collection, Call Home, appeared in 2005. Her previous collections include The Calling:...
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Jun 21, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Ruth Wildes Schuler was born in Salem, Massachusetts on February 11, 1933. She received a Master’s Degree in creative writing from San Francisco State University. She has had over 1000 poems, short stories, literary articles and book reviews published in anthologies and small press publications in twenty one countries around the world and has had work translated into nineteen languages. She also has had work published on the Internet from the United States, Germany, India, and Hong Kong. She...
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Jun 20, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Leonard J. Cirino (1943) is the author of seventeen chapbooks and fourteen full-length collections of poetry since 1987 from numerous small presses. He lives in Springfield, Oregon, where he is retired, does home care for his 95 year-old mother, and works full-time as a poet. His book, Omphalos: Poems 2007, will be published by Cervena Barva Press in summer, 2009. His collection, after Yang Chi & others, is from March Street Press, May, 2009. His chapbook, Ruminations after Yang Wan-Li is...
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Jun 14, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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The author of more than 625 poems published in over 1925 anthologies, books, and magazines such as Yankee, The Christian Science Monitor, Smartish Pace, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Nimrod, The Denver Quarterly, The Tampa Review, Poetry International, The Christian Century, and America, Barbara Crooker is the recipient of the 2007 Pen and Brush Poetry Prize, the 2006 Ekphrastic Poetry Award from Rosebud, the 2004 WB Yeats Society of New York Award, the 2004 Pennsylvania Center for the Book Poetry...
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Jun 7, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Zack Rogow is the author, editor, or translator of eighteen books and plays, including six collections of poetry, a novel, three anthologies, four volumes of translation, and a children’s book. His most recent book of poems is The Number Before Infinity, published by Scarlet Tanager Books in 2008. He has written three plays, including La Vie en Noir: The Art and Life of Léopold Sédar Senghor, performed by the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre. He teaches in the MFA in Writing Program at the...
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May 31, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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Dan Albergotti’s first collection, The Boatloads, was selected by Edward Hirsch as winner of the 2007 A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize. His poems have appeared in Mid-American Review, Shenandoah, The Southern Review, The Virginia Quarterly Review, and other journals. He has been a scholar at the Sewanee and Bread Loaf writers’ conferences and a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. A graduate of the MFA program at UNC Greensboro and former poetry editor of The Greensboro Review,...
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May 24, 2009 The Jane Crown Show
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NAOMI RUTH LOWINSKY was born in California to Jewish parents who emigrated from Europe to escape persecution. Her childhood was spent in many landscapes: North Carolina, Italy, New York, New Jersey, back to California. She studied literature at the University of California at Berkeley and now writes poetry and prose, teaches psychology and creativity, and practices Jungian analysis. She is a member analyst of the San Francisco Jung Institute, where she teaches in the training program as well as...