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MOUNTAIN & FLOWER: Selected Poems of Mykola Vorobiov  •  Translated from the Ukrainian by Maria G. Rewakowicz
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bulletForeWord Reviews Magazine Book Award Finalist

October 03, 2010

ForeWord Reviews is pleased to announce the finalists in the 2009 Book of the Year Awards. The finalists, representing 360 publishers, were selected from 1,400 entries in 60 categories. These books are examples of independent publishing at its best. Stefanie Freele’s short story collection, Feeding Strays (Lost Horse Press, 2009), is a finalist. The winners […]

bulletWinner Announced: Idaho Prize for Poetry 2010

October 02, 2010

Thomas Lux, final judge for the 2010 Idaho Prize for Poetry has declared Brooklyn, New York poet, Austin LaGrone’s Oyster Perpetual this year’s prize winner. Mr. LaGrone will receive $1,000 plus publication by Lost Horse Press. Oyster Perpetual will be released in Spring 2011. The annual Idaho Prize for Poetry is given for a book-length […]

bulletAutumn Fiction Workshop

September 10, 2009

Lost Horse Press is pleased to present the Autumn Fiction Workshop featuring Stefanie Freele. The workshop will cover the Short-Short Story with a focus on Flash Fiction, and will be held at the Lost Horse Studio (105 Lost Horse Lane, Sandpoint, Idaho) on Friday, 18 September from 5 pm until 9 pm and on Saturday, […]

bulletCelebrate Poetry Month—April 2009

April 01, 2009

Celebrate Poetry Month—April—with Lost Horse Press and the Sandpoint Library as they host a special Poetry Month Reading featuring poet Melissa Kwasny and performance poet Emily Baker. The Reading takes place on Saturday, April 11, 2009 at 3 pm in the Sandpoint Library Lobby. Admission is free, everyone is welcome, and, as always, refreshments will […]

bulletJoan Baez to play on Panida stage

January 21, 2009

SANDPOINT – When it was announced that legendary folk singer and social activist Joan Baez would perform in Sandpoint in March, the concert sold out quickly and left throngs of devoted fans without tickets. For those who were unable to get tickets, two area women devised a plan that they hope will raise awareness about […]