Lost Horse Press was notified yesterday that Robert Pack’s latest collection of poems, To Love That Well: New & Selected Poems 1954 – 2013, has been selected as a finalist in the High Plains Book Awards in the Poetry category. Congratulations, Bob Pack!
Lost Horse Press—our legal nonprofit handle is THE ACADEMY OF NORTHWEST WRITERS AND PUBLISHERS—is participating in IDAHO GIVES! 2014. Please consider donating to keep poetry alive and flourishing in Idaho and the world. Thanks!
LOST HORSE PRESS is moving ahead with plans to create a literary center on the 12 acres on which the Press is located east of Sandpoint, Idaho.
A reading and book signing featuring Robert Michael Pyle will be held at Village Books in Bellingham, Washington on Saturday, 10 May 2014 at 7 in the evening. Pyle will read from his first full-length collection of poems, The Evolution of the Genus IRIS, recently released by Lost Horse Press.
THE ACADEMY OF NORTHWEST WRITERS & PUBLISHERS dba LOST HORSE PRESS is a proud participant in IDAHO GIVES 2014, the statewide, 24-hour, on-line philanthropy party taking place on 1 May 2014. IDAHO GIVES was created to help non-profits tell their stories and fund their important work. LOST HORSE PRESS has a web page on the Idaho […]
Congratulations to Molly Giles, winner of the 2014 Spokane Prize for Short Fiction!
Nathan Oates—winner of the 2013 Spokane Prize for Short Fiction—Reads at The Community Bookstore in Brooklyn!
Nathan Oates will be reading from THE EMPTY HOUSE with Michael Farris Smith, author of RIVERS (Simon & Schuster), at The Community Bookstore, located in Brooklyn, NY, on Thursday, 6 February 2014 at 7:00 p.m.
Poet Stan Rubin reads at Village Books in Bellingham on 2 May 2014.
The Roundhouse Third Wednesday Reading Series for March will feature award-winning poet, David Axelrod
The Roundhouse Third Wednesday Reading Series for March will feature award-winning poet, David Axelrod, reading from his newly-released collection of poems, FOLLY (Lost Horse Press, 2014).
An exciting and profitable (in many ways besides financially) show for both presses. Thank you, AWP and the writers and writing programs who support the conference.