Tag: elizabeth j coleman

FoldedConnection: PressFest!

press fest sign on Washington Mews gate

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…

Winter Kindling: The Conversion Continues

After sparking some interest in our newly-converted chapbook titles last week, we’re fanning the flames with two full-length ebook conversions this week. This batch was a little tricky because one of them contained a lot of accented letters. These letters converted well in the…

Month in Review: November 2015

In November, the press celebrated the release of two new full-length titles. We are looking forward to more releases in the coming month, as well as a revitalization of our online poetry zine unFold. There will be more exciting news as we look forward to the new year, so watch for posted updates!

Month in Review: October 2015

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…

Month in Review: September 2015

Image of the Month Folded Word had another busy month loaded with discourse on poetry in the press’ home state of New Hampshire, as well as the release of a new chapbook and the anticipation of new titles in 2016. A great way to…

Notes from the Tour

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…

New Hampshire Poetry 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….