Ce Rosenow has just published Spectral Forms, poetry from Traprock Books. The book will be introduced at Poets’ Concord and will soon be available at Tsunami Books. If you know Ce as a fine writer of haiku, you will discover other dimensions of her poetry writing–longer poems and expanded use of Japanese forms to explore personal materials.
According to Erik Muller, this will be the last book from Traprock. Many of the 28 Traprock titles are available from Tsunami Books. For a full list of titles, get in touch with Erik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Howard W. Robertson’s book of poems, The Green Force of Spring, has just been published by Publication Studio in Portland: http://www.publicationstudio.biz/books/224. A video of Howard W. Robertson reading recently at Tsunami Books is now available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3JE7dXG7lY.
The Sky Is a Bird of Sorrow, published in 2012 by Wordcraft of Oregon, was named as one of 12 finalists for a ForeWord Reviews award for best poetry books published nationally in the past year by independent publishers.
Also, one of the poems in the book, “Night Singer, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico,” was named a finalist for the Spur award for Best Western Poem.
- My memoir “Girlfag: A Life Told In Sex and Musicals” is a finalist in the category of Best Bisexual Literature in the Lambda Literary Awards. The Lammies are the premier awards for GLBT literature, and are awarded annually in approximately two dozen categories. The awards ceremony will take place on June 3 in New York City.
- My essay “The Awakening” appeared on Salon.com, under the title “My Tantric Awakening Turned Me Off Sex” ::shudder::, on May 17, and has been republished on numerous websites since then.
- My essay “The Twist” will appear in the Summer ‘13 issue of “Bi Women.”
Sunday at 2:00 p.m. Sept 22, 2013