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National Poetry Month

My poem Busking, Providence appears on the Black Lawrence Press blog, on this last day of National Poetry Month.
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Review of Ghosting

My review of Kirby Gann's new novel Ghosting can be found in the April issue of The Southern Literary Review.
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Alumni Profile

The Writing, Literature and Publishing Department at Emerson College recently interviewed me for an alumni profile. You can read it here.
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Southern Literary Review

In the Time of the Feast of Flowers is the February "Read of the Month" at The Southern Literary Review. Nice and thorough review by Bonnie Armstrong.
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Feast of Flowers Book Review

Wendy Robarbs at caribousmom.com gave In the Time of the Feast of Flowers a stellar review. She writes, in part, “Egnoski’s writing is poetic and her characters ring true. She writes with authority not only about life in a small town, but about a generation growing up during the socially progressive years of the 1970s.” Four stars! Read More 
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Official Publication Date

Today is the "official" publication date of In the Time of the Feast of Flowers. Here's an easy and quick link to the Amazon.com page.
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Article in E-newsletter

My article about publishing a fiction chapbook, "Good Fiction Comes in Small Packages," just came out in Sapling, a weekly e-newsletter. The newsletter, available by subscription from Black Lawrence Press, focuses on issues considering the small press industry.
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Release Date

I just learned that In the Time of the Feast of Flowers is set for release on January 9, 2012. Hooray! You can pre-order a copy at Amazon.com.
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Forthcoming Story

My story, Welcome to Silver Springs, We Hate to See You Go, was just accepted to the upcoming issue of Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, a literary journal published at the University of South Florida.
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The Million-Line Poem

I just added a couplet to The Million-Line Poem at Tupelo Press. It's a celebration of the collective poetic process: each day, editors a two lines from contributing poets. It's pretty great to watch the poem grow over time. Click here to read.
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