Poets Wear Prada is a poetry publishing house with excellent poets and affordable books with beautiful covers. Have you had your poetry today?--Meredith Sue Willis, Books for Readers * * * Stylistically, these beautifully designed and produced chapbooks bear their own distinctive signature.--Linda Lerner, SMALL PRESS REVIEW

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Good News From Roxanne Hoffman

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Recently In Print:

"My Love for Will" and "Track Marks" are included in The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow No. 3, Edited by Jim Klein.

"Yom Kippur, circa 1962" is included in the new anthology Wisdom of Our Mothers: Stories and Poems by Sons and Daughters, Edited by Eric Bowen, from Familia Books. http://familiabooks.com/

"Once Bitten," "This Kiss," "Just a Little Bit of Hocus Pocus," and "Letting Him Go," appear in the July Issue of Dark Gothic Resurrected http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/dark-gothic-resurrected-magazine--summer-2010/11609560 . (For more information about the magazine and their submission policy, please visit: http://bloodtouch.webs.com/darkgothicmagazine.htm

"Choosing" appears in the innaugural issue of Sliver of Stone
For complete submission guidelines, please visit http://www.sliverofstone.com/

"Kitchen Chore" is included in From the Porch Swing -- memories of our grandparents (Silver Boomer Books). You can read the poem on my blog: http://roxanne-hoffman.blogspot.com/2010/04/silver-boomer-books-accepts-kitchen.html

Forthcoming Publications:

"The Burden of the Body" will appear in the 2011 Spring Issue #34/35 of LIPS Magazine, edited by Laura Boss.

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Wednesday Sept 1 at 7PM in Rutherford NJ
Roxanne Hoffman on tour for the book THE RUTHERFORD RED WHEELBARROW 3!

William Carlos Williams Center For Performing Arts, One Williams Plaza, Rutherford, NJ

William Carlos Williams Poetry Cooperative of Southern Bergen County presents: Poetry in Rutherford, featuring the Red Wheelbarrow Poets & celebrating the release of the third edition of THE RUTHERFORD RED WHEEL BARROW. Plus the work of William Carlos Williams presented by Joel Lewis & open readings from the floor. FREE. Call the Rutherford Public Library at 201.939.8600 for more information.

PWP authors Maria Lisella, Gil Fagiani and John J. Trause also have work in this year's anthology and have been invited to read at the event.

The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow No. 3

ISBN 978-0-557-58376-8
Paperback: 232, Price: $15
Red Wheelbarrow Poets, August 2010


Editor: Jim Klein
Managing Editor: Mark Fogarty
Managing Editor: Sondra Singer Beaulieu
Designer: Claudia Serea
Editor Advisor: John Barrale
Editor Advisor: Céline Beaulieu
Editor Advisor: George DeGregorio

Contributors (in alphabetical order):

John Barrale
Céline Beaulieu
Sondra Singer Beaulieu
Marian Calabro
Teresa Carson
George DeGregorio
Gil Fagiani
Jane Fisher
Mark Fogarty
Elissa Gordon
Max Greenberg
Roxanne Hoffman
Pamela Hughes
Josh Humphrey
Gail King
Jim Klein
Melanie Klein
Janet Kolstein
Joel Lewis
Maria Lisella
Pete Loria
Zorida Mohammed
Michael O'Brien
Moira O'Brien
Tony Puma
Gabriella Radujko
Susan Rappaport
Susanna Rich
Dan Saxon
Claudia Serea
Ed Smith
Rosemarie S. Sprouls
Anna Toher
John J. Trause
Miyuki Tsurumaki
David Vincenti
B.J. Ward
Dorinda Wegener
Don Zirilli
Sander Zulauf

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Sunday September 12: Poets Wear Prada at Brooklyn Book Festival

Sunday September 12, 2010
209 Joralemon Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201

The Brooklyn Book Festival is a huge, free public event presenting an array of literary stars and emerging authors who represent the exciting world of literature today. One of America’s premier literary and literacy events, this hip, smart, diverse gathering attracts thousands of book lovers of all ages. The festival is organized around themed readings and devoted to timely and lively panel discussions. The inclusion of top national and international authors and new partners has expanded the festival’s reach while continuing to celebrate and enhance Brooklyn’s contemporary and historic literary reputation. To find out more about the festival visit http://www.brooklynbookfestival.org/BrooklynBookFestival/festival.html

Poets Wear Prada will be sharing a table with Pleasure Boat Studio. Please stop by and say hello to publishers Roxanne Hoffman and Jack Estes. Authors from both presses will be stopping by through out the day to meet you and sign your books.

Public Transportation: 2, 3, 4, 5 To Borough Hall; R To Court Street; A, C, F To Jay Street/Borough Hall.
By Car From Manhattan: Coming Over The Brooklyn Bridge, Stay Straight On Adams Street. Turn Right On Joralemon Street.
By Car From New Jersey And Staten Island: Verrazano Bridge To 278west. Take Exit 27/Atlantic Avenue And Turn Onto Atlantic Avenue. Turn Left On Boerum Place. Turn Left On Joralemon Street.

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