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bulletLost Horse Press has moved to Washington State!

September 21, 2021

Lost Horse Press and publisher Christine Lysnewycz Holbert have moved to Liberty Lake, Washington to be closer to family. We are almost settled in, thankfully just before Winter sets in, and we look forward to releasing many more poetry collections from our lovely new location by the Lake. Cheers!

bulletSerhiy Zhadan’s A NEW ORTHOGRAPHY co-winner of the Derek Walcott Prize for Poetry . . .

July 05, 2021

Arrowsmith Press, in conjunction with Boston Playwrights’ Theatre and The Walcott Festival in Port-of-Spain,Trinidad, are delighted to announce that the co-winners of the second annual are Canisia Lubrin for The Dyzgraphxst and Serhiy Zhadan for The New Orthography.

bulletSerhiy Zhadan’s A NEW ORTHOGRAPHY is a FINALIST for the 2020 Derek Walcott Prize!

June 04, 2021

ANNOUNCING THE SHORT LIST FOR THE DEREK WALCOTT PRIZE FOR POETRY Arrowsmith Press is pleased to announce this year’s Walcott Prize Short List. The prize is offered annually for a book of poetry by a non-US citizen published anywhere in the world. Last year’s judge, Glyn Maxwell, selected Julia Copus’ Girlhood. Funsọ Aiyejina’s The Errors of the […]

bulletA Poetry Workshop

June 04, 2021

Lost Horse Press and the Sandpoint Library are teaming up to offer a MN_Poster featuring poets Mark Neely and Thomas Mitchell . . .

bulletSerhiy Zhadan’s A NEW ORTHOGRAPHY named Finalist in PEN America’s Translation Award for Poetry 2021

February 11, 2021

Serhiy Zhadan’s A New Orthography has been named a finalist in PEN America’s Translation Award for Poetry 2021

bulletLOST HORSE PRESS Fall 2020 Book Launch Reading

November 09, 2020

Join us to celebrate the release of the new Fall 2020 titles from Lost Horse Press, featuring Roy Bentley’s My Mother’s Red Ford: New & Selected Poems 1986 – 2020; Polly Buckingham’s The River People; Svetlana Lavochkina’s Carbon: Song of Crafts; and Mykola Vorobiov’s Mountain & Flower: Selected Poems read by translator Maria G. Rewakowicz.

bulletLOST HORSE PRESS at the ASEEES Convention 2020

November 08, 2020

Lost Horse Press Contemporary Ukrainian Poetry Series editor, Grace Mahoney, will manage the roundtable discussion at the 2020 Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention.

bulletThe winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2020 is . . .

September 01, 2020

The winner of the Idaho Prize for Poetry 2020 is Mark Neely with his manuscript entitled Ticker. Mark Neely’s third collection, Ticker, follows the life of its main character, Bruce, as he navigates marriage, children, aging parents, politics, race, religion, global catastrophe, and the irrelevance of middle age. Throughout the book the dueling voices in […]

bulletPoetry Reading in Response to Current Events

September 01, 2020

A group of Lost Horse Press poets got together with publisher Christine Holbert to create a video response to the way things are happening in our country. It doesn’t address all of our grievances, but it does highlight some powerful and poignant poems. This is our video, entitled STRONGER TOGETHER

bulletAbout the US Rising Up . . .

June 09, 2020

We at Lost Horse Press are overwhelmed by feelings of outrage and sorrow . . .