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The Keys to the Cottage: Stories from the West of Ireland
Whoop & Shush
The Clouds of Lucca
If You So Desire
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bulletThe Roundhouse Third Wednesday Reading Series for March will feature award-winning poet, David Axelrod

March 18, 2014

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).

bulletLynx House Press and Lost Horse Press at AWP 2014 in Seattle

March 04, 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.

bulletLOST HORSE PRESS at AWP 2014

February 17, 2014

Join LOST HORSE PRESS at AWP Seattle 2014! LOST HORSE PRESS is teaming up with our distributor, University of Washington Press, and our publishing partner, Lynx House Press, for a combined book exhibit at AWP Seattle 2014. Visit us at BOOTH 509 for special prices on books, launching of our Spring titles by David Guterson, […]

bulletFinal Judge for Idaho Prize for Poetry 2014 Announced!

January 18, 2014

Lost Horse Press is now accepting submissions for the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2014. The Idaho Prize is an annual, national competition offering $1,000 plus publication by Lost Horse Press for a book-length poetry manuscript. Manuscripts are accepted for review before May 15 of each year, and on 15 August, a winner and finalists are […]

bulletWHELM named Notable Poetry Book of the Year by SHELF UNBOUND

December 06, 2013

dawn lonsinger’s first collection of poems, Whelm (Lost Horse Press, 2012), has been named a NOTABLE BOOK OF THE YEAR by Shelf Unbound magazine! Congratulations, dawn lonsinger!

bulletStan Rubin to Read with Washington State Poet Laureate Kathleen Flenniken

December 06, 2013

Join Washington State Poet Laureate, Kathleen Flenniken, and her friend, poet Stan Sanvel Rubin, for an evening of Poetry in the Carnegie Reading Room of the Port Townsend Library—1220 Lawrence Street, Port Townsend, Washington—on Thursday, 12 December from 6:30-8:00 pm. Stan Rubin will read from his newly published book, There. Here. (Lost Horse Press, 2013), […]

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!