Barbara Ungar

Barbara Ungar’s fifth book, Save Our Ship, winner of the Richard Snyder Memorial Prize from Ashland Poetry Press, was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best...

Valentina Meloni – As if it were an endless autumn

As if it were an endless autumn silently one by one they leave and buds already appear on branches airy pollens are floating in flight but the invisible...

Valentina Meloni

Born in Rome in 1976, since 2007 she has lived between Umbria and Tuscany.. She has published for poetry: Le regole del controdolore (Temperino...

Neeli Cherkovski – A Poet

a poet for sure sauntering down the avenue to number 261 sporting a beret wearing Levies neatly ironed a poet is all he ever wanted to be a poet and bookseller and publisher of other poets painter translator he’s...

Neeli Cherkovski

Neeli Cherkovski was born in Los Angeles and attended Los Angeles State College (now Cal State Los Angeles). He is the author of many...

Pina Piccolo – I Would Have Liked To Be patti smith

I would have liked to be patti smith. Locks of rebellious gray hair. Indomitable gaunt visage. The jacket: the worn-out one from Horses that dangles carelessly from a shoulder. And to continue tapping with your slim...

Gerald Nicosia – Ferlinghetti

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Gerald Nicosia

Born outside Chicago, Gerald Nicosia moved to San Francisco in 1979. He is author of Memory Babe, a biography of Jack Kerouac first published...

Silvio Donà – Serial Killer

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Antonia Buizza – Angela

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