Monthly Archives: September 2012

Thank You to The Baltimore Review!

The Baltimore Review has accepted our poem “What I Watched on My Summer Vacation.” Thank you very much to everyone at The Baltimore Review, especially senior and founding editor Barbara Westwood Diehl. We look forward to appearing in your pages.

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Blurb – Michael Miller

In the opening poem of this sprawling collection, John F. Buckley and Martin Ott pose a beguiling question: What if poets had discovered America? The ensuing pages provide an answer of sorts, as the authors go on a freewheeling trek … Continue reading

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Thank You to Swink!

Swink, now an online journal, has accepted our poem “Repairman.” Thank you very much to everyone at Swink, especially poetry editors Timothy Liu and Willa Carroll. We look forward to appearing in your pages.

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POETS’ GUIDE TO AMERICA Now Available for Pre-Order!

Fantastic news! After months of waiting, writing, editing, and revising by John F. Buckley, Martin Ott and editor Joe Pan Millar, Poets’ Guide to America is now available to pre-order on Amazon.com! We’d love it if you could help us … Continue reading

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Thank you, John Gibbs and Switchback!

Associate Poetry Editor of Switchback, John Gibbs, has provided us with a splendidly thoughtful and gracious review. We’re honored to receive such attention.

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Our First Official Review!

We’ve received blurbs from a number of litterateurs, but this is our first unsolicited review: Joanne Mallari has evaluated Poets’ Guide to America for the website Bookin’ with Sunny. She seems to like it, which is great. Thank you, Ms. … Continue reading

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Thank you and thank you

Thank you, Breakwater Review, for accepting our poem “Skycast,” about fighting for control of the television on Mount Olympus. And thank you, Dos Passos Review, for accepting “TV Dinner Theater,” about the unnoticed family dramas echoing the action on the … Continue reading

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