To the Husband I Have Not Yet Met by Mary Kathryn Jablonski
The Alternative Press for Albany Poets, 2008
Mary Kathryn Jablonski, a visual artist and poet, is Assistant Director of the Schick Art Gallery at Skidmore College. From 2000 to 2005, Jablonski was director of the Saratoga Poetry Zone, inviting renowned poets and initiating a program of literary readings to complement exhibitions at the Arts Center Gallery at downtown Saratoga Springs. She was a 2004 and 2006 finalist for the Ruth Stone Poetry Prize, and in 2007 was awarded a NYSCA grant to create a new series of artworks and poems, and to interview artist/writers on the Internet.
Music from Words by Marc Jampole
Bellday Books, 2007
"If you like well-written poetry and enjoy an intellectual challenge, I highly recommend Music from Words. You won't be disappointed."
—Adrienne Muncy, BookReview.com
"Marc Jampole's Music from Words is a good read for adults who want to put their thinking caps on."
—Pam Rosenblatt, Wilderness House Literary Review
"Jampole is absolutely unique in the way he expresses his material, especially with regard to sound, meter and rhythm."
—Michael Wurster, Small Press Review
"This book is amazing."$12.00 | ISBN: 978-0-9793376-0-4 | 89 Pages | 5 copies
—Gloria Mindock, editor, Červená Barva Press
Flowering Weeds by Robert K. Johnson
Červená Barva Press, 2008
Robert K. Johnson was born in New York City and later lived on Long Island. He obtained a B.A. from Hofstra College (now University); and earned graduate degrees from Cornell University and Denver University. Now retired, he was a university professor of English, mostly at Suffolk University in Boston, for many years. He is currently submissions editor of Ibbetson Street. Many of his poems have appeared individually in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers. Five full-length collections of his poetry, the most recent being From Mist To Shadow, have been published, plus two chapbooks.
The Day She Decided to Feed Crows by Hope Jordan
Červená Barva Press, 2018
Hope Jordan is in the Creative Writing MFA program at UMass Boston. Her poems have recently appeared in such publications as Nine Mile, Comstock Review, Naugatuck River Review, and Red Headed Stepchild. She was the first official poetry slam master in New Hampshire.
Hope Jordan's small book is stripped to the bone precise-yellow jackets and sweet grass, ice fishing holes and old Buicks mark the landscape of people struggling in small towns where "Housewives overdose after Halloween." These are razor sharp poems that tell us only just enough, restrained by love, and terror.$7.00 | 31 Pages
-Sean Thomas Dougherty