Founded in 2001 as a poetry collective, Marsh Hawk Press has evolved into a self-sustaining publisher that prides itself on its authors’ involvement in every stage of the publishing process. Our books' forms and sensibilities assimilate modern and post-modern traditions of poetry and memoir but expand from these without political or aesthetic bias.
Sunday, October 29, 2017
STEPHEN PAUL MILLER RECALLS JOHN ASHBERY
in his article at Publisher's Weekly entitled "For Poets, There's No Such Thing as Bad Press." You can read it HERE.