Fellow Pulitzer Remixer Ann Cefola has published the entire series of her found poems from the Pulitzer Prize winning novel Now In November by Josephine Winslow Johnson at http://www.nowinnovember.blogspot.com. These poems, paired with Depression-era photographs, are a remarkable alchemy of fiction, poetry, and history.
I am pleased to introduce Jocelyn Casey-Whiteman who graciously agreed to be interviewed here on my blog about her chapbook. What is the title of your book? Lure Was your book self-published or represented by an agency? It was selected by poet Arthur Sze and published by the Poetry Society of America as part of their […]
A big thank you to Richard Swanson who reviews Ennui in the April 2013 issue of Verse Wisconsin. “Droll, sly, hip, charming, witty—fun! Those and similar adjectives come to mind when turning the pages of Deborah Hauser’s chapbook Ennui, a tongue-in-cheek spoof that looks like serious feminist research, although it’s a random stroll through the subject of a […]
Babylon poet Deborah Hauser selected for National Poetry Month Deborah Hauser was selected as an Official Pulitzer Remixer for National Poetry Month. Eighty-five poets from seven countries will create found poetry from the 85 Pulitzer Prize winning works of fiction as part of Pulitzer Remix, a 2013 National Poetry Month initiative. Each poet will post […]
Women’s / Trans’ Poetry Jam & Open Mike Tuesday May 28th 7pm – 9p Feature Writers: Geri De Luca & Deborah Hauser Deborah Hauser’s poetry chapbook” Ennui: From the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide of Feminine Disorders” is a satirical take on the current status of women and the “woman question.” Her poetry seeks to (dis)enchant […]
It is an honor and a pleasure for me to introduce to you the next-big-thing, one of my favorite poets, Vicki Iorio: Vicki Iorio, a native Long Islander is a graduate of Hofstra University. Vicki enjoys performing her poetry in tattoo parlors, coffee houses and venues throughout Long Island and New York City. I want […]
The Next-Big-Thing Interview Thank you to Anthony DiMatteo, a fellow Long Island poet, for tagging me for this interview. Here are my answers with reference to my poetry chapbook which was published by Finishing Line Press (Georgetown, KY) in 2011. What is the title of your book? Ennui: From the Diagnostic and Statistical Field Guide […]