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In Memory of a Banyan Tree: Poems of the Outside World: 1985 to 2022
Three Wooden Trunks
The Country Where Everyone’s Name Is Fear: Selected Poems
April 23, 2012

14.3 Hands

Only at 14.3 hands is a pony considered a horse . . . at 14.3 years, will Lost Horse Press become a real horse? No, that’s not right . . . it’s a full-fledged poetry press!

Established in 1998, Lost Horse Press—a nonprofit independent press—publishes poetry titles of high literary merit, and makes available other fine contemporary literature through cultural, educational and publishing programs and activities. The Lost Horse New Poets, Short Books Series, edited by Marvin Bell, is dedicated to works—often ignored by conglomerate publishers—which are so much in danger of vanishing into obscurity in what has become the age of chain stores and mass appeal food, movies, art and books.

Come celebrate our Anniversary with the poets and friends of Lost Horse Press as it turns 14.3 years old with a Reading at Seattle’s Richard Hugo House! The reading will be held on 24 May 2012 at 7 pm at Hugo House (1634 11th Avenue, Seattle, WA), and will feature Lost Horse Press-published poets and friends of the press, including Susan Rich, Lois Red Elk, Jeremy Halinen, Carolyne Wright, Eugenia Toledo, Tiffany Midge, Libby Wagner, Carlos Reyes, and Tom Aslin. Admission is free and all are welcome to celebrate!