LOST HORSE PRESS founding director, Christine Holbert, and poet and WWW faculty member, Carolyne Wright, are pleased to present, at THE WHIDBEY WRITERS WORKSHOP MFA PROGRAM, a three-part session on publishing, The Book’s Journey: Editing from Both Sides of the Desk.
Congratulations to Shann Ray on winning the 2015 High Plains Book Award for his first collection of poems, BALEFIRE. We would also like to thank the final judges and the organizers of the High Plains Book Awards for their selection. There was stiff competition, including the latest collection by Ted Kooser. The Billings Public Library […]
Lost Horse Press will exhibit new releases and their popular back list titles at the Montana Book Festival from 10 – 12 September 2015 in Missoula, Montana. Also, the Press will present a reading and discussion on Friday, September 11 from 11:30am until 1:00pm that will celebrate the recent publication of Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy […]
Book Launch Party for Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy the Workspace at Seattle’s Hugo House
Book launch celebration, reading, and book signing for Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy the Workspace will take place at Seattle’s Hugo House on 23 August from 4 pm until 6 pm.
2015 final judge of the Idaho Prize for Poetry, Kim Addonizio, has selected Danielle Pieratti’s FUGITIVES as the winner of the Idaho Prize 2015.
Hosted by Lost Horse Press, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks will perform Shakespeare’s THE TAMING OF THE SHREW with a regional Wild West take during the Sandpoint performance at the Bonner County Fairgrounds on 21 August 2015.
Shann Ray’s Balefire has been named a Finalist in the 2015 High Plains Book Awards, in the Poetry category.
The Bonner County Human Rights Task Force has awarded a grant of $4000 to Lost Horse Press to assist in the publication of the poetry anthology representing women’s work experiences, entitled RAISING LILLY LEDBETTER: WOMEN POETS OCCUPY THE WORKSPACE, edited by Carolyne Wright, M.L. Lyons, and Eugenia Toledo. The anthology is part of Lost Horse Press’s Human Rights Series. Lost Horse Press would like to thank the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force for their support of this project, and their continued promotion of the Declaration of Human Rights.
Sam Hamill will read at Auntie’s Books at 7 pm on 13 May 2015. There will be a discussion after the reading, led by EWU Creative Writing professor, Jonathan Johnson, as well as a book signing. We look forward to seeing you at Sam’s event at Auntie’s Books!