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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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We’re in an Awesome New Anthology!

A Bird Black as the Sun: California Poets on Crows & Ravens has just been published on Green Poet Press. It contains our poem “Thirteen Ways of Looking by a Black Bird,” which will also appear in Poets Guide to … Continue reading

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We Have Found a Home!

We are thrilled! We’ve found a publisher! Brooklyn Arts Press has offered to publish Poets’ Guide to America, a joint endeavor by John F. Buckley and Martin Ott. As you probably know by now, the poems discuss the cities, states, … Continue reading

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Have We Found a Home?

As of early this morning, October 3, 2011, a publisher has offered to publish Poets’ Guide to America in the summer of 2012. We still need to look over and discuss the contractual terms between ourselves, but this is tentatively … Continue reading

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How Did We Miss This?

We were busy, that’s how. But now our various brands of existential craziness have ebbed for the moment, enabling us to linger wistfully on a lost opportunity. Which lost opportunity? Taking advantage of August 18, Bad Poetry Day, on which … Continue reading

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POETRY App Now Available for iPhone, Android, and iPad.

It’s free! (Mobile device not included) The publisher of Poetry magazine, The Poetry Foundation, has put together and put out the POETRY app for Android and iPad. (It was available for iPhone in May 2010.) It’s updated regularly with new … Continue reading

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Broetry is Among Us

Fighting against the perception that poetry is intended only for tweedy twits with tenure and girly men wielding daffodils, Bryan McGackin has written a book Broetry, writing on such topics as video games, frat parties, and bar fights, reclaiming the … Continue reading

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