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The Book Links Party Continues UPDATED!

And now, for round two in our Book Links Party in honor of National Poetry Month. We offer you these titles:

NEW BOOK LINK! Kai Coggin, WingspanPaperback, $17.00, published by Golden Dragonfly Press, available at  www.kaicoggin.com.

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Tina Cole, I Almost Knew You. Paperback, 48 pages, and Kindle edition, $8.60/$7.00 respectively, available on Amazon.com.

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Iris Jamahl Dunkle, There’s a Ghost in this Machine of Air. Paperback, 96 pages, $18.00 , published by WordTech Communications and available on Amazon.com.

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Lois Grunwald, Capacious Earth. Chapbook, $12.49, available from Finishing Line Press.

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Heather Knox, Dowry Meat. Paperback, 110 pages, $15.00, available from Words Dance Publishing.

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Kelly Hansen Maher, Tremolo. Paperback, 114 pages, $15.00, available from Tinderbox Editions.

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Rita Maria Martinez, The Jane and Bertha in Me.  Paperback, 89 pages, $17.00, available from Aldrich Press (an imprint of Kelsay Books).

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And here are two bonus links from two of our contributing authors who shared their publication information when we interviewed them earlier this year.

Alexis Rhone Fancher, State of Grace: The Joshua Elegies. Paperback, 54 pages, $12.00, published by KYSO Flash and available on Amazon. com. (Read our interview with Alexis here.)

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James Graham, Becoming a Tree. Paperback, 85 pages, £8.99, available from Matador Books (an imprint of Troubador Publishing, Ltd.). (Also available on Amazon.com for $8.02 + shipping.) (Read our review of this book here.)

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Welcome to our Book Links Party!

In honor of National Poetry Month, Gyroscope Review solicited information on poetry books and chapbooks published within the last year from our friends on Facebook.  What we wanted was to share as many links as we could to poetry that deserves to be read, savored, honored.

Poets work hard. They don’t always get paid. And PR for a book or chapbook of poetry is a challenge. We want to do our part to make it better for the poets among us.

And now, without further ado, here is what we’ve gathered so far from the call we put out (in alphabetical order by author). Share it, follow the links, acquire some poetry for yourself.

If you are a poet with a book/chapbook published in the last year (since last National Poetry Month), and you would like to be part of this effort, contact us: gyroscopereview@gmail.com. If we get more responses, we will do another post this month.

Danielle Corcione, Tenacity, ten-poem chapbook, available for $5.00 at daniellecorcione.com.

Susan diRende, A Year in Miniature, iBooks format, available for free through iTunes.

Jessica Gigot, Flood Patterns, 64-page paperback available for $15.00 from Antrim House.

Athena Kildegaard, Ventriloquy, 106 pages available for $15.00 from Tinderbox Editions.

Hilary King, The Maid’s Car, 72-page paperback available for $14.00 from Aldrich Press, through Amazon.

Laurie Kolp, Hello, it’s Your Mother, available for $14.49 from Finishing Line Press.

Ellen Kombiyil, Histories of the Future Perfect94-page paperback available for $16.99 from The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective.

Amelia Martens, The Spoons in the Grass are There to Dig a Moat, available for pre-order for $14.95 from Sarabande Books.

Lynn Pedersen, The Nomenclature of Small Things80-page paperback available for $15.95 from Carnegie Mellon University Press.

Hilde Weisert, The Scheme of Things, 118 pages available for $19.00 from David Robert Books.

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Our First Anniversary Issue!

It’s here – our first anniversary issue, the Spring 2016 edition of Gyroscope Review. You may access this issue here:

http://joom.ag/I2iQ

If you are viewing this from a smart phone or a tablet, then please go to our Issues tab and scroll down for a PDF link.

We’re excited and proud of our first year of publication. The poems that we’ve had the privilege to read, the authors with whom we had to honor of working, and the magazines that we’ve put together for everyone’s reading pleasure have all been just what we’d hoped for: a way to participate in a community of writers and readers who care deeply about sharing their visions and talents.

We hope you enjoy Gyroscope Review. Share it everywhere. And come tell us what you think at our Facebook First Anniversary Happy Hour event today, April 1, from 7-8 p.m. Central Daylight Time. We will be online, ready to answer questions and comments and just have fun as we kick off National Poetry Month. Here is the link to our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/614658885365404/. See you there!

 

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