Wednesday, April 20, 2016


Marsh Hawk Press

Winner of the 2015 Marsh Hawk Press Poetry Prize
A book of ruthless poise, Latest Volcanomasters form and forms-pantoum, sestina, terza rima, narrative, elegy-well-suited to its wily protagonist, Eros. A canny figure, unabashed by war or fidelity, in league with cruelty and memory, Eros, somewhat at the expense of the poet, evolves a wild, patient, don't-mess-with-me self-knowledge. "Stay still and love/fades..." she says; but you, are you to move on? Loop back? Dance for your life? Well, all of those.-Stephanie Strickland

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Spring 2016 Book Launch
& Party at Poets House, NYC
When: Thursday, May 5, 2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Poets House, 10 River Terrace, New York City
Free and Open to the Public
Celebrating the publication of:

Thomas Fink: Selected Poems & Poetic Series
Fresh marvelously exuberant lyric wildness. -Charles Bernstein

Sandy McIntosh: A Hole In the Ocean: A Hamptons' Apprenticeship
Irresistibly amusing and engaging recollections, always with retrospective self-awareness, insight and bittersweet gratitude.-Phillip Lopate

Stephen Paul Miller: Any Lie You Tell Will Be the Truth
Stephen Paul Miller spins the coin so we can see, dialectically, both sides simultaneously. -Craig Dworkin

George Quasha: Things Done For Themselves
An infinitely textatic reverberance of aphoristic euphoria.- Adeena Karasick

Paul Pines: Charlotte Songs                           
The full paradox of living with his child as she grows from toddler to young woman. Inventive, humorous, baffling and poignant. -Dalt Wonk

Claudia Carlson: My Chocolate Sarcophagus
In these poems, Carlson brings us an important message from the edge of life. -Mary Mackey

Eileen R. Tabios: The Connoisseur of Alleys
Eileen R. Tabios is arguably the most prolific and inventive experimental writer in the U.S. -Vince Gotera

Daniel Morris: Hit Play
"Love Never Fails" is about as complete a hagiography of the Disco Queen as can be. - Andrei Codrescu
Our Mission
For Sixteen Years: Highlighting the Breadth of Affinities Between Poetry and the Visual Arts
Marsh Hawk Press is an imprint of Poetry Mailing LIst, Inc., a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit corporation under United States Internal Revenue Code.

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