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bulletThe Telling of Winter Tales

November 02, 2013

On Saturday, 7 December 2013 at 3 in the afternoon, Lost Horse Press and the Sandpoint Library are pleased to present a literary reading—The Telling of Winter Tales—featuring Jonathan Johnson and Shawn Vestal. The reading is open to everyone and admission is free. Q & A / book sale / book signing will follow the […]

bulletLost Horse Press and Willow Springs Editions: A Collaboration

October 27, 2013

Lost Horse Press will collaborate with Eastern Washington University’s Willow Springs Editions to publish the annual Spokane Prize for Short Fiction, a short fiction contest administered by MFA creative writing students.

bulletLow Residency MFA in Creative Writing at Eastern Oregon University

September 12, 2013

The new Low Residency MFA program at Eastern Oregon University is now taking applications for admission.

bullet100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE

September 08, 2013

Lost Horse Press and the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force are co-sponsoring a poetry/music/art event to coincide with 100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE event taking place all over the world on 28 September 2013. On that day, more than 100,000 poets, artists & musicians in 800 cities around the world will gather to promote social, environmental, economic and political change. If you would like to read an original, or someone else’s, poem or sing a song, please contact Lost Horse Press at 255.4410 or email losthorsepress@mindspring.com to register. We will be located at Oak & 4th Streets at the Oak Street Court, across from the Sandpoint Farmers Market from approximately 10 AM until 1 PM, until everyone’s voice is heard! Join us on 28 September! Express the change you’d like to make happen in our lives, in our communities, in our world. It’s time for creative people to shape the change we want!

bullet2013 Idaho Prize for Poetry

August 15, 2013

The winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2013—selected by final judge, Sam Hamill—is THE GOLD SHOP OF BA-‘ALI by Yahya Frederickson of Moorhead, Minnesota. He will receive $1000 plus publication by Lost Horse Press. The annual prize is given for a poetry collection. The deadline submissions to the Idaho Prize 2014 is May 15, 2014. […]

bulletLost Horse Press Participates in 100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE

August 15, 2013

Lost Horse Press and the Bonner County Human Rights Task Force are co-sponsoring a poetry and music event to coincide with 100,000 POETS FOR CHANGE event taking place all over the world on 28 September 2013. On that day, more than 100,000 poets, artists & musicians in 800 cities around the world will gather to promote […]

bulletOut of Our Minds Radio Show featuring dawn lonsinger

May 15, 2013

The new podcast of Out of Our Minds Radio Show with dawn lonsinger is now available to hear online: https://jp-dancingbear.squarespace.com/outofourminds/2013/5/14/out-of-our-minds-w-guest-dawn-lonsinger lonsinger’s book, WHELM—winner of the 2012 Idaho Prize for Poetry—was recently released by Lost Horse Press.

bulletDavid Axelrod’s WHAT NEXT, OLD KNIFE? featured on VERSE DAILY

May 07, 2013

David Axelrod’s poem “Word Over All, Beautiful as Sky” from his recently released What Next, Old Knife? (Lost Horse Press, 2012) is featured on today’s (7 May 2013) VERSE DAILY. Check it out—a lovely poem—then order the book! http://www.versedaily.org/2013/wordoverall.shtml

bulletInterview and Review of Kate Kingston’s SHAKING THE KALEIDOSCOPE

May 05, 2013

A fabulous interview and review of Kate Kingston’s Shaking the Kaleidoscope at Gwarlingo: http://www.gwarlingo.com/2013/the-sunday-poem-kate-kingston/#more-14287.

Check it out, then buy her wonderful book!

bulletInterview with Christine Holbert in BOOG CITY 80

May 05, 2013

“When I first founded Lost Horse Press, I thought I could publish all literary genres that I loved, but I learned soon enough that to endure and grow the press had to specialize, not diversify.” —Christine Holbert, founding director, Lost Horse Press Read the entire interview online at http://www.boogcity.com/boogpdfs/bc80.pdf