Monthly Archives: September 2010

This was a great event, Full house!!!!

Please join The Grolier Poetry Book Shop and Kathleen Spivack for a Book Launch and Celebration of Kathleen’s New Book A History of Yearning on Sunday, September 26 2010.

3:00 PM at The Pierre Menard Gallery 12 Arrow Street Harvard Square Cambridge


Kathleen will read and sign books. A wonderful event, writers, friends, libation!

“Most of these poems begin with paintings and photographs, and rise from them as fragrance rises from spring flowers after a hard winter, a gift to us from language that survives and blooms and brings us pleasures we hardly know how to name. Kathleen Spivack has created another in her series of award-winning books, a crowning achievement that lifts darkness and light and mixes them with consummate skill, passion, and the wide experience of a docent in the living museum of our time.”


A History of Yearning won the Sow’s Ear Chapbook Prize, 2009, and The London Book Festival and New England Book Festival Prizes. Individual poems were awarded the Allen Ginsberg, Erika Mumford, and Paumonuk Awards.


Copyright Kathleen Spivack

Recommended

Congratulations to Ifeanyi Menkiti on his seventieth birthday. Menkiti is a Nigerian born poet, philosophy prof. and owner of the Grolier Poetry Bookshop. . Ifeanyi is a deep resonant moral and humanist voice in contemporary poetry with an incantatory vision and line.

Look for the recent work of poet Cecilia Wolloch. Narcissus, Tupelo Press, 2008, won the Snowbound Series Chapbook Award. Carpathia was published by Boa Editions,2009. Cecilia’s poetry is delicate, lyrical, beautifully crafted: passionate and edgy.

Ann Sayre Wiseman, artist, writer, just published Spinning Straw, a riveting account of a lifetime of curiosity, love, motherhood, adventure, and learning.

Sajed Kamal’s new book, The Renewable Revolution is forthcoming by Earthscan, a London-based publisher of books on climate change, sustainable development and environmental technology. Sajed is a writer, inventor, teacher, and has received many awards for his work on renewable energy.

Susan Tiberghien continues to inspire other writers with One Year to a Writing Life, Marlowe & Co/Avalon. She offers a gentle supportive approach to the writing process; a lovely handbook.A must-have for the writer.

Copyright Kathleen Spivack

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