Video chat with Samantha Priestley, plus invitation to reading with William O’Daly and JS Graustein.
Joseph Hutchison, current Poet Laureate of Colorado (2014-2018), is the author of more than 15 books. He teaches at the University of Denver’s University College, where he directs the Arts & Culture and Global Affairs programs. He lives with his wife in the mountains southwest of Denver. Two of his most recent chapbooks, The Earth-Boat and The Satire Lounge, as well as his translation of Miguel Lupián’s Ephemeral, have recently been published with Folded Word.
William O’Daly has translated eight books of Pablo Neruda’s poetry (Still Another Day, The Separate Rose, Winter Garden, The Sea and the Bells, The Yellow Heart, The Book of Questions, The Hands of Day, and World’s End) and is a cofounder of Copper Canyon Press,…
This year will be our 3rd year with a booth at the NYC/CUNY Chapbook Festival‘s book fair. It will also be our first year launching titles at the festival. If you swing by C-Level of The Graduate Center at CUNY on 2 April 2015,…
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The following is an edited transcript from our chat with the author of our historical fiction novel, Sophronia L. “TB” stands for Tim Bridwell (@bridland) and “FW” stands for Folded Word (@foldedword). To view the original conversation, search for #SophroniaL on Twitter’s discover tab. Eastern/Central Lunchtime FW: Welcome…
On 9 September 2014, Colorado Humanities announced Joseph Hutchison as the Poet Laureate of Colorado.
Join Kevin Griffith, author of 101 KINDS OF IRONY and professor of English at Capital University, to discuss his humorous treatment of this literary concept.
We are launching an Author Question and Answer series on our new group at GoodReads. This week, we kick off with Dorothee Lang and Smitha Murthy, authors of WOR[L]DS APART.
What a week! Thanks to the kind folks at Capital Public Radio and the Northern California Publishers & Authors, this week will be one to remember:
Madeline Sharples is an essayist, poet, and a nonfiction writer who lives in Manhattan Beach, CA. Recent poems can be found in Memoir, unFold, and the Survivor Chronicles. Her memoir LEAVING THE HALL LIGHT ON is forthcoming from Lucky Press LLC set for release on Mother’s Day 2011.