After the Pause reviews "Many Full Hands Applauding Inelegantly"

After the Pause reviews Darren C. Demaree's latest collection "Many Full Hands Applauding Inelegantly"

“...a modern poetic stylist who dare not be ignored.” 

"To be read, and reread, and reread."

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"The Chassidic Trauma Unit" now available!

"The Chassidic Trauma Unit" by Abraham Boyarsky is now available!

“Through this fast-paced novel, replete with kidnappings, espionage and fugitive war criminals, Abraham Boyarsky captures the Chassidic communities, their lives and their voices.”

Sender Pleskin is a self-proclaimed trauma specialist dedicated to serving his Chassidic community and to ‘gently’ nudging it into modernity.

When a Bubmer Hasid child falls inexplicably into a coma, Sender and his team jump to action. Hunting down leads in his investigation, Sender follows the signs that he interprets to be divine providence as they lead them down a circuitous path that will test not only his faith, but all he was and is.

Get your copy here.

Dime Show Review on "Many Full Hands Applauding Inelegantly"

There are many avenues a poet may take and I am pleased that Darren C. Demaree has skillfully led me through his good work in, Many Full Hands Applauding Inelegantly. The poetry in his collection is representative of clear thinking and astute observations of self and surroundings. There is no battling here; as a reader, it's a pleasure to surrender to Mr. Demaree's tides and eddy's of language. Bravo! I enjoyed this collection - and will continue to enjoy it again as a touchstone of good poetry.

- Kae Sable, Managing Editor, Dime Show Review

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Aji Magazine reviews "Not for Art nor Prayer"

Aji Magazine reviews Darren C. Demaree's "Not for Art nor Prayer" in their Fall issue.

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Mark Foss releases "Molly O"

Mark Foss releases "Molly O" with Cormorant Books.

Get it here.

Diego Cupolo reports live from Ankara on Turkish coup

Diego Cupolo (author of "Seven Syrians") reports on the failed coup attempt in Turkey.

Watch Diego Cupolo's on-going coverage from Ankara: 

Explosions heard in Turkish capital:

 

Night of gunfire, explosions and death in Ankara:

 

Ankara residents celebrate and denounce Erdogan after failed coup attempt:

Claudia Serea hosts the Red Wheelbarrow Poets at the NYC Poetry Festival

Claudia Serea (author of "A Dirt Road Hangs from the Sky") will be hosting the Red Wheelbarrow Poets at the New York City Poetry Festival on Governor's Island, Saturday and Sunday, July 30 and 31, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Join the facebook event & save the date!

Learn more about the New York City Poetry Festival and directions on how to get to Governor's Island.

Richard Rathwell guest lectures at Oxford University

Richard Rathwell author of "Jump the Devil" guest lectures at Oxford University this week.

See the conference programme here.

EMPIRE BURLESQUE by Charles Talkoff - Coming Soon!

Stay tuned for Charles Talkoff's latest novel, "Empire Burlesque" Coming soon!

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New Videos!

Our first feature in our Authors at Home series: Watch Darren discuss his latest release "Not for Art nor Prayer" - the stories behind his poems and his creative process, in this three video series.  

Watch it now on youtube.

 

 

Darren C. Demaree featured in Cultural Weekly. 

Darren C. Demaree and his "Not for Art nor Prayer" are featured in the latest issue of Cultural Weekly. 

"I found myself drawn in by lines, entering the house of each poem, swept away by the force of the sections, and very satisfied with the fullness of the Not for Art nor Prayer."

 

Read John McCormick's review here.

 

Somsy Camvan featured in The Gleaner 

Somsy Camvan his latest release "The American Ghost" featured in The Gleaner's December's issue. 

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Cahoodaloodaling reviews "Not For Art Nor Prayer"

 

In Praise of People Watching: A Review of Darren C. Demaree’s Not for Art nor Prayer: Sophie Chouinard reviews Darren's latest collection of verse. 

 

"...the texts are beautifully lyrical and a narrative of their own, yet they collectively guide the reader through a story of everyday people in everyday situations by using common themes, imagery and language."

 

Read it here.

 

Rolli's "Mavor's Bones' shortlisted for the 2016 ReLit Awards.

See the full list.

 

The Diagram 15.6 and Darren C. Demaree

The Diagram 15.6 features Darren C. Demaree's "Emily as Where We Sigh".

Read it here.

 

 

The Sentinel Literary Quarterly reviews "Not For Art nor Prayer".

 

The Sentinel Literary Quarterly reviews Darren's C. Demaree's "Not For Art nor Prayer".

"a top quality poet..." "...language that is heightened and transformative."

 - Mandy Pannett of the Sentinel Literary Quarterly 

 

The Sentinel Literary Quarterly is a Print and online Magazine of World Literature.

Read the full review here.

"The Birds We Piled Loosely" features 3 poems from "Not for Art nor Prayer"

The Birds We Piled Loosely, latest issue, vol 6, features 3 poems from Darren C. Demaree's latest collection, "Not for Art nor Prayer." See the full issue in pdf.

 

Corner Club Quarterly features "Not for Art nor Prayer"

Mariah E. Wilson reviews Darren C. Demaree's "Not for Art nor Prayer" in the latest edition of The Corner Club Quarterly.Read the full review here.

 

"Not for Art Nor Prayer is a must for your poetry collection, but it’s not one of those books that will sit there on your shelf looking pretty. It will stay close by, always at reach, and the words will stay close to your heart."

-Mariah E. Wilson,, The Corner Club Quarterly, Volume 4 Issue 18 Autumn 2015

 

Claudia Serea's "In the Old Woman's Dream" at Uut Poetry

 

Read Claudia Serea's "In the Old Woman's Dream", a prose poem at Uut Poetry!

 

 

Indiana Voice Journal review of "Not for Art nor Prayer" now available.

 

 

Jennifer Criss of the Indiana Voice reviews Darren C. Demaree's latest collection "Not for Art nor Prayer." Read the full review.

"It’s as real as poetry gets."

- Jennifer Criss, Indiana Voice Journal