Projects filed under: Arts
Adam Tavel’s epistolary urge

Adam Tavel apologized when he sent us his manuscript, a couple years ago. He was convinced epistolary writing was out of fashion. We don’t know and we don’t care about that assertion. What we do know is how wonderful the […]

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Randall Horton: hardest working writers

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Randall Horton is one of the hardest working writers we know–he works long and deep on his manuscripts, and then he keeps working to bring his published books into the hands of readers. It’s no accident that he also happens […]

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Cornelius Eady rocks

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Beloved poet, scholar and professor Cornelius Eady takes a short step from poem-on-the-page to song on the stage in this latest collection of literary music, launched at AWP-2013 with performances by Cornelius and his band, Rough Magic, in Cambridge and […]

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AWP yawp ’14: Booth 624

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With our beloved Assistant Editor, Vincent, unable to attend, please don’t leave the publisher with the solitary-book-fair-blues. Come visit Booth 624! Bring news of the panels, readings, and the plethora of booksellers this year in Seattle. And leave time to […]

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Andrei Guruianu wraps a gift

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Andrei Guruianu has a chapbook twinset wrapped and ready for your reading pleasure: The Museum of Brief Sentiments, Volume 1 & 2, available in limited edition from Kattywompus Press.

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Somerville

What American city has the highest per capita number of artists, second only to New York City? Somerville, MA, new home to the wompus. We look forward to the short walk to Grolier Poetry Book Shop, the trees and lilacs […]

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