Familiy Portrait: American Prose Poetry 1900-1950 a new collection edited by Robert Alexander. American prose poetry has a strong tradition reaching back to the first half of the 20th century. This anthology collects over 60 voices, including Paul Bowles, E.E. Cummings, H.D., William Faulkner, Gertrude Stein and Jean Toomer.
Postage Due, by Julie Marie Wade, is a scrapbook of poetic artifacts documenting an odd girl's coming of age. Interspersed with postcards to a lost past, fan letters to childhood heroes, and inhabited voices as varied as Hester Prynne, Mr. Clean, and Vanna White, this collection pulses with kitsch and candor.
Call for submissions: "Flash Sequences" for a new anthology.
The Marie Alexander Series is pleased to announce that our 2012 open submission reading yielded the selection of three new books:
- The Rusted City, by Rochelle Hurt (to be published in Spring 2014)
- Some Women I Have Known, by ReLynn Hansen (Spring 2015)
- Bright Advent, by Robert Strong (Fall 2015)