Please join us for a Salamander Reading at the Mass Poetry Festival, Sunday, May 1st, 10:15-11:15 a.m., featuring Beth Woodcome Platow, Simeon Berry, and Salamander’s poetry editor Valerie Duff Old Town Hall, 2nd fl, Derby Square, Salem, MA
DAVID FERRY will be reading on Monday, April 25, 2016, at 7 pm, in the Suffolk University Amenities Room, 73 Tremont Street, 1st floor, Boston (one block from the Park Street T) David Ferry’s most recent book of poems, Bewilderment … Read More
A poetry reading by Lisa Sewell, author of Impossible Object (Tenth Gate Prize, 2014) and Jennifer Barber, author of Works on Paper (Tenth Gate Prize, 2015), introduced by Leslie McGrath, series editor, and co-hosted by Nancy White, president, The Word … Read More
Salamander will be at the 2016 Bookfair at the AWP Conference in L.A. Our table is #634. West Hall A/B Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa Street. We look forward to seeing you there.
Poets Melissa Green and Meg Tyler will be reading at the Suffolk University Poetry Center at 7 p.m. on March 23rd. The Poetry Center is located at 73 Tremont Street (entrance around back on Tremont Place).
Please join us on Thursday, March 3, at 7 PM, for a reading with two contributors of Salamander Issue #41: poet Gail Mazur and fiction writer Erica Eisen Suffolk University Poetry Center 73 Tremont Street Mildred F Sawyer Library, 3rd … Read More
Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016, Nick Flynn will be at Suffolk University with two scheduled events. From 3:30-5 p.m. in the Suffolk University Poetry Center (73 Tremont Street, Boston, the Sawyer Library, 3rd Floor, entrance around the corner on Tremont Place), … Read More
Salamander is so pleased to announce our 2016 nominations for the Pushcart Prize: Poetry: Asnia Asim: “Who Are You, Brother?” (forthcoming in issue #41) Gail Mazur: “On Jane Cooper’s ‘The Green Notebook'” (forthcoming in issue #41) Jody Rambo: “Late … Read More
Our new submission period opens October 1st (and goes through April 30th). We’re looking forward to it.
Salamander’s upcoming reading features Derek JG Williams (poetry) and Peter Brown (the poetry of Emmanuel Merle in translation). Derek JG Williams is an MFA candidate at UMass Boston, where he teaches. His poems are published or forthcoming in New Ohio Review, Plume, Prairie … Read More
Winner Mary LaChapelle, “Floating Garden” Honorable Mention John Mauk, “Hooligan Present” Finalists J. Bowers, “Based On A True Story” Tina Egnoski, “Do You Believe?” Erica Eisen, “Second Eden” Cary Groner, “Oxygen” Denton Loving, “The Things We Fear Most” Jennifer Marquardt, … Read More
Salamander #40 is here–in the mail to subscribers and available at selected bookstores. We wish you great summer reading, and feel free to be in touch with us either by email or Facebook and let us know what you’ve read … Read More