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bulletExtended Deadline for Submissions: Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy the Workspace

January 27, 2013

The new deadline for submissions is International Women’s Day, 8 March 2013! Editors Carolyne Wright and Eugenia Toledo invite women poets of all nationalities, backgrounds and job descriptions to submit up to 5 poems for an anthology, Raising Lilly Ledbetter: Women Poets Occupy the Workspace. This anthology invites poems of women who have occupied spaces […]

bulletYoung Writers of the Lost Horse 2013

January 14, 2013

Registrations are now being accepted for Young Writers of the Lost Horse 2013, a writing and book arts conference for children and young adults, sponsored by Lost Horse Press and the East Bonner County Free Library District. Creative writing—poetry and prose—performance art, and book arts workshops will be taught by Ann Huston, Catherine Johnson, Brent […]

bulletFinal Judge for the Idaho Prize 2013

January 01, 2013

The Final Judge for the Idaho Prize 2013 is poet / publisher, Sam Hamill.

bulletMelissa Kwasny’s new book of essays from Lynx House Press

December 27, 2012

Melissa Kwasny’s Earth Recitals is a profound meditation on vision as both a dimension of art and a spiritual practice. What is it to see? What is it to create an image? What is it to live in a way that opens the heart and the mind to vision? Kwasny explores these questions through lyrical responses to a range of artists and writers, from the anonymous makers of ancient rock paintings to Morris Graves, from H.D. to Leslie Marmon Silko, among many others. This beautifully written book expresses in every sentence the life of care and vision it does so much to illuminate.
 

—Robert Baker, author of The Extravagant: Crossings of Modern Poetry and Modern Philosophy

bulletLynx House • Lost Horse :: How Two Presses Collaborate

December 16, 2012

Lynx House Press and Lost Horse Press, both small, active, literary presses based in the Inland Northwest, have discovered that, by sharing skills resources, they can more effectively continue to serve their missions. It helps, of course, that their missions are much the same: to publish the highest quality poetry and literary fiction in editions […]

bulletThe Idaho Prize for Poetry

December 06, 2012

Poets may now submit their manuscripts to the Idaho Prize for Poetry online at Submittable! To submit online: Please note that there is an additional $2.50 charge to submit online (instead of postage). You will be charged $27.50 for your submission. Of this, a portion is a credit card fee, the rest goes to Submittable, who designed […]

bulletJohn Daniel’s “After the Wedding” on THE WRITER’S ALMANAC

November 30, 2012

Garrison Keillor will read John Daniel’s poem “After the Wedding” from his recently released book, OF EARTH. It will be broadcast on The Writer’s Almanac on Wednesday, 12 December 2012. Please listen on your local public radio station! In eastern Washington / north Idaho, it may be heard on KPBX at 9 am on The Writer’s Almanac.

bulletJohn Daniel’s poem “A Prayer among Friends” to be read on THE WRITER’S ALMANAC

October 12, 2012

John Daniel’s poem “A Prayer among Friends” from his recently released book, OF EARTH, will be read on Garrison Keillor’s program, THE WRITER’S ALMANAC on 19 October 2012. Check your local NPR schedule for times! Don’t forget to purchase your copy of OF EARTH and tune in to THE WRITER’S ALMANAC on 19 October!

bulletWinner of the Idaho Prize 2012 Announced!

August 15, 2012

Nance Van Winckel, final judge for the 2012 Idaho Prize for Poetry, has declared dawn lonsinger’s Whelm this year’s Idaho Prize winner. Ms. lonsinger will receive $1000 plus publication by Lost Horse Press. Whelm will be released in Spring 2013.

bulletForthcoming in September 2012: Shaking the Kaleidoscope poems by Kate Kingston

August 01, 2012

If Lorca and Neruda spoke through a feminine medium, they might do so through Kate Kingston. Her poems, like theirs, forge thrilling combinations from the colors, textures, and the objects of this world. They speak from the landscapes and voices of Spain and Old Mexico, which clearly have fed her imagination, but they offer, as well, glimpses of a contemporary American woman’s rites of passage now in full possession of her powers of empathy, devotion and perception.