Jody Azzouni’s poetry collection The Lust for Blueprints (Poet’s Press) is available at Amazon.com or through his website. Click here to access his website, which is packed with great stories and poetry.
You can still find his story, “Something to Crow About” on the NPR site. Paul also has a story in the Santa Fe Writing Project and another, called “Another Shot at the Pennant” up at Boston Literary Magazine.
Writer Paola Morgavi and CQR editor Natalia Nebel’s translation of Italian poet Camillo Sbarbaro’s collection Pianissimo (1914) can be found in the current issue of Burnside Review. Click here to access.
Habry, or The End of Snow, by Helen Degen Cohen
Habry, the name for blue cornflowers that grow along the edges of wheat fields in Poland. Habry, the poem from which the latest collection of poems by Helen Degen Cohen takes its title. Cohen writes about the holocaust that she and her parents survived. Her story is shattering and inspiring – her poems are too.
We had a reading at the Sunday Salon series in New York City in March of 2009. Four of our east coast writers joined us for a really memorable evening – check out the videos from that night and learn more about this wonderful reading series: Access Here
William Eisner’s latest novel Athena, set in the 1960’s, is a taut, suspenseful story driven by one man’s unrelenting pursuit to build the world’s most powerful jet fight.