Dos Madres Press Authors Reading: Featuring Anne Whitehouse '79SOA

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Dos Madres Press Authors Reading: Featuring Anne Whitehouse '79SOA

Date and time 
Oct 19, 2014 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Reading
Genre 
Literature
Event type 
Alumni Artist Event
Free Event
Pricing 

Free

Address
Suite
992 Amsterdam Avenue at 109th Street
New York, NY 10025
United States

Founded in Loveland, OH, in 2004 by Robert J. Murphy, Dos Madres Press is dedicated to the belief that the small press is essential to the vitality of contemporary literature as a carrier of the new voice and new works by established poets, as well as the older, sometimes forgotten voices of the past. Six Dos Madres poets with roots or branches in New York City will gather this fall as the Red Harlem Readers series as Suite hosts the press for October. Books, beautifully designed by Elizabeth Murphy of Dos Madres, will be available at the event. The reading will be hosted by John Foy.

The poets:

R. Nemo Hill’s most recent book is a collection of poems, When Men Bow Down, published by Dos Madres Press (2012). He is also the author a novel, Pilgrim’s Feather (Quantuck Lane, 2002), a narrative poem based on a story by H. P. Lovecraft, The Strange Music of Erich Zann (Hippocampus, 2010), and a chapbook, Prolegomena To An Essay On Satire (Modern Metrics, 2006). In the early eighties he was convicted of locking himself overnight in the basement of the local post office, and licking all the stamps. He is the editor and publisher of, Exot Books (www.exottreasures.com/exotbooks).

David M. Katz’s Claims of Home, Poems 1984-2010 was published by Dos Madres in 2011. His first book of poems, The Warrior in the Forest (1982), was published by House of Keys Press. Poems of his have appeared in Poetry, The New Criterion, PN Review, The Paris Review, The New Republic, American Arts Quarterly, Alabama Literary Review, The Raintown Review, and elsewhere. A long-time Upper West Sider, he works as a financial journalist.

Rick Mullin is a journalist and painter whose book-length poem Soutine, on the painter Chaim Soutine, was published by Dos Madres Press in 2012. His poetry collection Coelacanth was published by Dos Madres in 2013, and his forthcoming Sonnets from the Voyage of the Beagle will also be published by the press. He is the author of the book-length poem Huncke, published by Seven Towers, Dublin, Ireland, in 2010, and two chapbooks, Aquinas Flinched (Modern Metrics/Exot Books, 2008) and The Stones Jones Canzones (Finishing Line Press, 2012).

Robert Murphy’s, poems have appeared in the literary periodical Smartish-Pace, as well as the Colorado Review, the Notre Dame Review, The Cultural Society, Marsh Hawk Review and the Chicago based journal LVNG. He is the author of a chapbook, Not For You Alone (Dos Madres, 2004), and two collections: Life In The Ordovician - Selected Poems (Dos Madres Press 2007) and From Behind the Blind (Dos Madres Press 2013). He is a 2000 winner of the William Bronk Foundation prize for poetry. He is also the founder and executive editor of Dos Madres Press. His wife Elizabeth is the much acclaimed design-illustrator for the books Dos Madres Press creates. They live with their three dogs in Southwest Ohio, on a hill in a tumble-down old house overlooking the Little Miami River.

Paul Pines has three collections published by Dos Madres Press: Fishing on the Pole Star (2014), New Orleans Variations & Paris Ouroboros (2013), and Reflections in a Smoking Mirror (2011). He passed the early sixties on New York’s Lower East Side, and as a merchant seaman in the Gulf, North Sea and Vietnam. He opened his Bowery jazz club, The Tin Palace, in the 70s. It became the setting for The Tin Angel (Morrow, 2008). A second novel, Redemption, (Editions du Rocher, 1997), explores Guatemalan Mayan genocide of the 80s. My Brother’s Madness, (Curbstone, 2007), probes the nature of delusion.

Henry Weinfield has published three collections of poetry from Dos Madres Press: The Tears of the Muses (2005), Without Mythologies: New and Selected Poems and Translations (2008), and, most recently, A Wandering Aramaean: Passover Poems and Translations (2012). Recent poems and translations have appeared in Colorado Review, Hudson Review, Literary Imagination, and The Blue Lyra Review. He is currently working on a new collection of poems and on a translation of the sonnets of the sixteenth-century French poet, Pierre de Ronsard. Weinfield is Professor of Liberal Studies and English at the University of Notre Dame.

Anne Whitehouse '79SOA is the author of five poetry collections, most recently The Refrain published by Dos Madres Press in 2012, as well as a novel, Fall Love (2001). Her short stories, feature articles, book reviews, and poems have appeared in publications throughout the English-speaking world. She was born and grew up in Birmingham, Alabama. She is a graduate of Harvard College and Columbia University and lives in New York City. www.annewhitehouse.com 

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