Originally posted on Grayestone Lodge:
If you’ll be in the Lakes Region the first week of April, come write with me on 4 April 2019, 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Meredith Community Center. We will explore the intersection of landscape and memory through creative writing…
Last Friday, during the PEN World Voices Festival, our Assistant Editor Kristine Slentz showcased our international books via Folded Word’s table at PressFest! — a side event organized by CLMP at the Washington Mews in NYC. Lee Slonimsky and Elizabeth J. Coleman were there… Continue Reading “FoldedConnection: PressFest!”
Image of the Month: This month, the art for many of Folded Word’s upcoming chapbooks was made available for preview on Folded Word’s Flickr page. We have had a chapbook release with another coming up soon, and a series of radio interviews with Folded… Continue Reading “Month in Review: October 2015”
I’ve put hundreds of miles on my car in the last two weeks driving around New Hampshire with/for a variety of Folded Word authors during our first ever September tour. The tour’s centerpiece was the inaugural New Hampshire Poetry Festival, a joint venture between… Continue Reading “Notes from the Tour”
We are very excited to have a panel accepted for the first New Hampshire Poetry Festival on 19 September in Manchester. TRANSLATE TO TRANSFORM will explore how the practice of translation can enhance a poet’s own work, with or without fluency in another language.… Continue Reading “New Hampshire Poetry Tour”
Martha’s Vineyard native Tim Bridwell gave his island community a sneak peek at his debut novel earlier this month thanks to Edgartown Books‘ “Meet Our Vineyard Authors” event. Tim had the privilege of sitting on the porch in perfect weather with Sophronia L. by… Continue Reading “Sophronia’s Island Debut”
Last week, Rose and I had the privilege of representing Folded Word at CUNY’s 6th Annual Chapbook Festival. The format of the festival changed from last year, so there were events all over Manhattan for three days, with the book fair portion compressed into one day during the work week. Judging from the increase in foot traffic, I’d say the change paid off.