Please join fellow PSOV member Erika Nichols-Frazer writer, editor, and reader from the Green Mountains of Vermont in launching her new poetry collection “Staring Too Closely” on Saturday, September 30th @ 4pm.
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This 20-poem chapbook arose out of the previously published poem, “How to Untangle a Knot.” It was birthed in the lonely isolation of a pandemic in the winter of 2020.~buffyaakaashpoetry
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In Buffy Aakaash’s Untangling the Knots, we learn such essential skills as “How to Start a Fire,” “How to Undress,” and even “How to Pet a Cat.” But we are given surprise after surprise, as we discover vivid metaphors for deeper life lessons. Even though the title promises untangling, the “necessary fettered entanglement” of love, desire and authentic living is what this collection celebrates. And it does so with heart, honesty, and imagination, the stuff of life and poetry...~Maxima Kahn, author of Fierce Aria, teacher, and firekeeper
“Dan Close lives where the night is alive, where ‘the streaking cold-limbed comets of the skies, unheard, are sizzled in the fry of winter’s wood.’”
~ Cindy Ellen Hill
“Each poem in The Night the Moon Went Sailing is a Close encounter of the best kind!”
~ Jerry Johnson, Poet of the Kingdom
Nichols-Frazer, by celebrating our full human experience, reminds us that even grief can be “a rudder slicing through the murk.” ~AE Hines
Erika’s memoir, Feed Me, was published in December 2022 by Casper Press and is available on Bookshop.org and other online book stores, such as; Amazon and Barnes & Noble. For more information about Erika Nichols-Frazer go to her website.
“Skillful as a weaver, Carol Milkuhn creates a colorful tapestry of poetry that seamlessly threads medieval into modern. These are poems rich in imagery, history, and art.”- George Longenecker, President of the Poetry Society of Vermont
Elizabeth R. McCarthy announces the 2022 publication of her chapbook Winter Vole with Finishing Line Press. It can be found on the Finishing Line Press website, as well as Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites. Elizabeth has recently published poems with Blue Heron Review, Young Raven’s Literary Review and in the upcoming spring edition #17 of Pushing Out the Boat.
Tatrallyay announces the publication of his fourth poetry collection Extinction from PRA Publishing, available at your local bookstore or on Amazon.
Listen to a podcast interview with Geza Tatrallyay.
On my website you will find out about my books, the inspiration for them and the events they spawn, as well as about my life.https://www.gezatatrallyay.com/