Listen to Leonore’s poem “Thinking Potatoes,” read on Maine Public Radio

June 21st, 2017 by brian

Listen to Leonore’s poem “Thinking Potatoes,” read on Maine Public Radio by Maine’s poet laureate Stu Kestenbaum.

Bernie Vinzani Article

September 1st, 2014 by brian

In the The Summer 2014 issue of Hand Papermaking, Bernie Vinzani describes how the British novelist Eden Phillpotts sited his Storm in a Teacup at England’s Tuckenhay Mill. The story comes alive with the accompanying Tuckenhay paper sample contributed by the Cox family.

Leonore interviewed at River Pine Anthology

March 5th, 2014 by brian

Full Interview

Froese stories appear in magazines

March 25th, 2013 by admin
Robert Froese’s story “The Song of a Particular Bird” was published last fall in issue 68 of the Sonora Review.  His story “Eva” will appear in April in Prick of the Spindle.

Newly Published in Mudlark

September 4th, 2012 by brian

Four Poems by Leonore Hildebrandt

Leonore Hildebrandt’s poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Denver Quarterly, Beloit Poetry Journal, Cimarron Review, Drunken Boat, Poetry Salzburg Review, and Quercus Review among other places. Translations of Rilke’s Elegies have been published in Cerise Press. A letterpress chapbook of her poetry, The Work at Hand, is available from Flat Bay Press, and a first book of poems is forthcoming with Pecan Grove Press.

Living (off-the-grid) on the coast of Maine, Hildebrandt teaches writing at the University of Maine. She also serves as an editor for the Beloit Poetry Journal. Her work has received support from the Elizabeth George Foundation, the Maine Community Foundation, and the Maine Arts Commission.

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April 5th, 2011 by brian

The Martin Dibner Memorial Fellowship in poetry has been awarded to Sherry Abaldo of Rockland and Leonore Hildebrandt of Harrington. Read the rest of this entry »

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