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!
We hope you will join Lost Horse Press at AWP in Minneapolis from 8 – 12 April 2015. We’ll be at Table 319, offering new and backlist titles, book signings, readings, and all manner of literary mayhem.
Lost Horse Press and Lynx House Press are celebrating Spokane’s Get Lit! with a combined Reading, Book Sale & Book Signing, one of the festival events that will take place at 12 noon on Sunday, 26 April in the Peacock Room of the historic Davenport Hotel. This Get Lit! reading is free, and all are welcome to attend.
Lost Horse Press proudly presents POETRY & FICTION at the HEARTWOOD featuring Spokane writers Sharma Shields, Tod Marall, Shann Ray and Maya Jewell Zeller. The poetry and fiction reading featuring some of the Northwest’s most outstanding writers will take place on Sunday, 1 March 2015 at 2 pm at Sandpoint’s Heartwood Center (615 Oak Street • Sandpoint). Admission is […]
American Life in Poetry: Column 512 by TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE “I’ve read lots of poems about the loss of beloved pets, but this one by J.T. Ledbetter, who lives in California, is an especially fine and sensitive one.”
Lost Horse Press and the Sandpoint Library proudly present The Wintery Poetry Workshop & Reading featuring Seattle poet, Thomas Aslin. The Workshop takes place on Friday, 30 January 2015 from 1 pm until 5 pm and on Saturday, 31 January from 10 am until 3 pm. A reading by Thomas Aslin, and an open mic […]
Lynx House Press and Lost Horse Press, both small, active, literary presses based in the Inland Northwest, have discovered that their missions are much the same: to publish the highest quality poetry and literary fiction in editions that are above trade standard in design and to achieve for these books the widest possible circulation and […]
Lost Horse Press and the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force are teaming up on 27 September 2014 to present 100 Thousand Poets for Change, a poetry and music open mic for local artists to express their ideas for positive change in our community and in the world.
The winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2014 is Jeff Baker of Charlottesville, VA with his manuscript WHOOP AND SHUSH. Runner up is Paul Martin of Allentown, PA with his manuscript entitled RIVER SCAR. “Under the spell of the language and its restless repetitions and rhythms, these poems surprise with unexpected turns and shifts, […]
John E. Riutta has written a new review of Evolution of the Genus IRIS in the June 30, 2014 issue of The Well Read Naturalist. Check it out here: http://www.wellreadnaturalist.com/2014/06/bob-pyles-beautiful-iris/