The Hudson Valley Writers Guild Poetry announces the winners of the 2022 Poetry Contest - Mary McDermott, Nancy Klepsch, & Carolyn Grondahl.
Nancy Dunlop announces the publication of her first book, "Hospital Poems," available now on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Book Depository.
David Kherdian is proud to announce his first full-length book of poems in years, "A New Day", available now on Amazon.
HVWG member David Sylvester announces his newest collection of short stories, "Still Life", now available in bookstores and on Amazon.
Need a guide to harness your unique weirdness, lean into your love of Cold War hockey, and handle systemic misogyny with newfound confidence? Heather E. Schwartz is here to help with her latest book.
Three poems - "Hands," "Dry Well," and "Forsythia Wreath" - by Troy-based teacher and poet Nancy Byrne Iannucci.
Three poems - "The Sun Comes Out," "The Shoulders of Rain," and "Little Things" - by poet and editor Cameron Morse.
Three poems - "Impossible Things Before Breakfast," "The First Born," and "Valentine Reversals" - by poet and editor Mike James.
Three poems - "Green," "Choice," and "Transplanted Wildflower" - by Hudson Valley writer, poet, and English teacher Julia Ponder.
Our friends at Writers in the Mountains presents "Mini-Essays and Short Stories," a six-week long workshop with Jane Seitel.
Writers in the Mountains presents "The Truth Tellers", a two-day intensive with Jerrice Baptiste at the Pine Hill Community Center.
Writers in the Mountains presents Fade In. Fade Out Screenwriting Workshop with Stephen H. Foreman, a weekend intensive in Pine Hill, NY.
In this edition of "The Flying Monkey," Cheryl A. Rice tries to find balance in keeping up with housework while writing and editing poems.
How many books can you read at once? Don's working "Fried Green Tomatoes at The Whistle Stop Cafe," "Rabbit is Rich," and "Johnny Got His Gun" this month.
As the US celebrates its 246th birthday, Cheryl A. Rice looks at how much has changed since the Declaration of Independence was first penned.
Cheryl A. Rice discusses how recent mass shootings, tragedies, politics, and even her own experiences affect poetry and performance.
After taking a little break from posting, Don Levy is back with a brand new edition of his blog, "The Next Chapter!"
National Poetry Month didn't feel the same this year for Cheryl A. Rice, but she is looking towards the future as we emerge from COVID.