The poetry in Henry Lyman’s first book-length collection moves through farmlands, canyonlands, distant lands, war-torn lands, inner lands. Lyman’s work has appeared in The Nation,New England Watershed, The New York Times, Poetry, Tupelo Quarterly, and elsewhere.
Half-Life of Passion by Missy-Marie Montgomery
This is Missy-Marie Montgomery’s first full-length collection. Her poetry has appeared widely in magazines, and her chapbook, The Blue Gate, was published by Pudding House Press in 2009. She is Professor of English and Humanities at Springfield College.
Forged Light by Margaret Lloyd
This is the third full-length collection from Margaret Lloyd. Previous titles include This Particular Earthly Scene (Alice James, 1993) and A Moment in the Field: Voices from Arthurian Legend (Plinth Books, 2006). She has received an NEA grant and a Yaddo Fellowship among other awards. She is Chair of the Humanities Department at Springfield College in Massachusetts as well as a musician and painter.
Conjured from Dust by Rosalyn Driscoll
This new collection of poems by sculptor and poet Rosalyn Driscoll includes eight photographs of details of her sculptures. Weaving word and image, Conjured from Dust crosses thresholds to join intimacy and interiority with transcendence. Driscoll is a poet and sculptor whose poetry has received awards, been published in journals, and nominated for a Pushcart Prize. This is her first book of poetry.
Open Field, Poems from Group 18
This anthology contains poetry from writers who have been members of Group 18, a writing workshop in Northampton MA, founded in 1986 by Linda Gregg, James Finnegan, and Jack Gilbert. Included in the volume are these and other noted poets such as Doug Anderson, Timothy Liu, Theodore Deppe, Kurt Brown, and Gene Zeiger. View the full list of poets in the Poets section of the website. This volume presents the poetry of thirty-three past and present members, celebrating twenty-five years of vigorous exchange.