Books & Poems

Sites of Interest

SHARKPACK Poetry Review

"In practice, the PACK seeks to create a space for pithy, incisive reviews of contemporary poems and poetry of the living pas

Spoon River Poetry Review

"...each issue of SRPR features a chapbook-length collection of poems by a featured poet with an Illinois connection, as well

BlazeVOX

BlazeVOX is a haven for undervalued writers to convene with readers worldwide, delivering the contemporary through books-in-h

Poetry Foundation

The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is an independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence

Poets.org/Poem-a-Day

Through Poem-a-Day, we present original, previously unpublished poems by our country’s most talented poets throughout the w

Verse Daily

Verse Daily is an independently owned daily publication of quality poetry on the worldwide web. By republishing from fine lit

BWP

Big Wonderful Press is a small press in Brooklyn.

The Poetry Storehouse

The Poetry Storehouse is an effort to promote new forms and delivery methods for page-poetry by creating a repository of free

Blogrypha

Big News from Perugia Press!

As Perugia Press prepares to celebrate its 20th Anniversary this November, poet Rebecca Olander will begin assuming her role as its newest Director and Editor.

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Katy Haas Reviews Storm Cellar Summer/Fall 15 Issue

New Pages Review of Storm Cellar  

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A Surprise in New Millennium Writings vol 24…page 112.

New Millennium Writings Clue: Something Impossible Happens

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The Indianola Review Issue One, Winter 2015

Issue One of The Indianola Review is out! “ The issue will have nineteen poems by Timothy Duffy, Kate Przybylski, James Cihlar, Amy Jo Swing, Stacey Balkun, Nada Faris, Athena Kildegaard, Courtney Druz, Sarah Ghoshal, Genevieve Payne, Cindy King, Allison Joseph, MK Sukach, Kate Fadick, Carrie Meadows and Elijah Tubbs. “ Pushcart Prize nominations: Courtney Druz –

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Check out the Yellow Chair Review

  Somewhere in the table of contents: “The Little Book of Anxieties,” Issue #5.

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Quotables

We are all talkers / It is true, but underneath the talk lies / The moving and not wanting to be moved, the loose / Meaning, untidy and simple like a threshing floor.

Soonest Mended

( John Ashbery )

Chapbooks by MK Sukach