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THIS DREAM THE WORLD: New & Selected Poems
NASTY WOMEN POETS: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse
THE OPEN HAND
A FIELD OF FOUNDLINGS: Selected Poems of Iryna Starovoyt
VOTIVES: Selected Poems from the Literary Remains
RECEIPT

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bulletYoung Writers of the Lost Horse Young Writers’ Conference

March 09, 2012

Registrations are now being accepted for Young Writers of the Lost Horse, a writing and book arts conference for children and young adults, sponsored by Lost Horse Press and the East Bonner County Free Library District. Creative writing—poetry and prose—performance art and book arts workshops will be taught by Renée E. D’Aoust, Hali Clizer, and […]

bullet100 Thousand Poets for Change Organizes Largest Poetry Event in History

September 19, 2011

600 events in 450 cities and 95 countries will take place on September 24 to promote environmental, social, and political change. Poets, writers, artists will create, perform and demonstrate in their communities, and decide their own specific area of focus for change within the framework of peace and sustainability, which founder Michael Rothenberg stated, “…is […]

bulletWinner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2011 Announced!

September 08, 2011

Ray Amorosi, final judge for the 2011 Idaho Prize for Poetry, has declared California poet, J.T. Ledbetter’s OLD AND LOST RIVERS this year’s prize winner. Mr. Ledbetter will receive $1000 plus publication by Lost Horse Press. OLD AND LOST RIVERS will be released in Spring 2012. The annual Idaho Prize for Poetry is given for […]

bulletSheryl Noethe named Poet Laureate of Montana

September 08, 2011

Sheryl Noethe, whose book AS IS was published in 2009, has been named Poet Laureate of Montana! Born and raised in Minnesota, Sheryl Noethe attended a high-school alternative program, Urban Arts, which allowed her to learn to write poetry. After winning the The American Academy of Poets Award and a McKnight Fellowship, she published her […]

bulletHigh Plains Book Awards

June 05, 2011

The High Plains Books Awards have been established to recognize regional authors and/or literary works which examine and reflect life on the High Plains including the states of Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, and Kansas, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Nominated books must have been published for the […]

bulletLost Horse Press Gets Lit!

April 14, 2011

Join Lost Horse Press for an afternoon of Readings, Book Signings and Glorious Music in celebration of Spokane’s Get Lit! Literary Festival! Lost Horse Press Gets Lit! takes place on Friday, 15 April 2011 from 3 pm until 5 pm in the Walther Gallery of the MAC Museum at 2316 West First Avenue in Spokane, […]

bulletHenry Real Bird & Fiddlin’ Red Show

April 14, 2011

Lost Horse Press proudly presents the Henry Real Bird & Fiddlin’ Red Show, an unforgettable evening of red-hot, old-time music and poetry by the current Poet Laureate of Montana, Henry Real Bird. The program takes places on Saturday, 16 April 2011 at 7:30 pm at the Monarch Mountain Cafe. Admission is free and the program […]

bulletBook Launch Party for Rust Fish

March 23, 2011

Lost Horse Press cordially invites the community to a book launch party for a new poetry title, Rust Fish, by Maya Jewell Zeller. The party takes place Thursday, 7 April 2011 at 6:30 P.M. in the second floor Library (Building 16) of the Hagan Foundation Center for the Humanities on the campus of Spokane Community […]

bulletLost Horse Press at AWP!

January 30, 2011

We invite you to visit the Lost Horse Press table—G21—at this year’s AWP in Washington, DC. Besides our incredible backlist, we will be featuring our newest poetry titles, including work by Oregon Poet Laureate Paulann Petersen; the latest title from Ray Amorosi; the 2010 Idaho Prize winner, Austin LaGrone of Brooklyn; a book signing by […]

bulletWinner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2010 is Forthcoming

December 28, 2010

Lost Horse Press is pleased to announce that Oyster Perpetual, winner of the 2010 Idaho Prize for Poetry, will be published in February 2011. You can learn more about the book and author online.