National Poetry Month

Promopalooza – Daniel Edward Moore

Daniel Edward Moore Your Chapbook or Book Title, Press, Where available for sale. “Waxing The Dents” Brick Road Poetry Press. It is available directly from the press and Amazon and Barnes and Noble. What inspired you to write this Chapbook/Book? What else should we know about it? Or just add the Blurb. “Daniel Edward Moore writes with the passion and internal conflict of a classic literary anti-hero, a difficult task for a collection of poems.…

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National Poetry Month

Promopalooza – Matthew Babcock

Matthew Babcock Do you have an MP3 of you reading a poem? Send it along. LINK to 3 audio poems Your Chapbook or Book Title, Press, Where available for sale. Strange Terrain (Mad Hat), Amazon, https://madhat-press.com/ What inspired you to write this Chapbook/Book? What else should we know about it? Or just add the Blurb. Strange incurable impulses that erupted from my pencil in sentences What was your journey to publication like? Long and arduous…

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National Poetry Month

Promopalooza – David B. Prather

David B. Prather Do you have an MP3 of you reading a poem? Send it along. Your Chapbook or Book Title, Press, Where available for sale. WE WERE BIRDS, Main Street Rag Publishing, What inspired you to write this Chapbook/Book? What else should we know about it? Or just add the Blurb. WE WERE BIRDS is not singularly thematic; however, I’ve always been inspired by our avian friends and the superstitions we place upon them. …

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National Poetry Month

Promopalooza – Linda Neal

Linda Neal Your Chapbook or Book Title, Press, Where available for sale. This is my second collection. The first, Dodge & Burn, came as a response to my long-term partner’s death, but included other grief-focused poems. That led to the larger griefs of aging, personal extinction and planetary extinction which inform the poems in Not About Dinosaurs.  Available on Amazon Available on Lulu I also take orders for signed copies by email lindarneal@gmail.com What inspired you to write…

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