Eyewear Publishing continues to develop its trans-Atlantic mission of publishing American and Canadian poets so they can reach a wider audience in the UK and Ireland, and vice versa.
We are very humbled and pleased to announce as this American Thanksgiving arrives, that we will be publishing the following six American poets in the next 12-18 months, each adding to the rich poetic diversity of our list.
Janet Kaplan’s previous titles are Dreamlife of a Philanthropist: Prose Poems & Prose Sonnets, winner of the 2011 Ernest Sandeen Prize (University of Notre Dame Press), The Glazier’s Country, winner of the 2003 Poets Out Loud Prize (Fordham University Press) and The Groundnote (Alice James Books, 1998). Her honors include grants from the New York Foundation for the Arts and the Bronx Council on the Arts, fellowships and residencies from Yaddo, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Ucross Foundation and the Vermont Studio Center. Her work has appeared in Arts & Letters, Barrow Street, Cross Currents, Denver Quarterly, Interim, The Paris Review, Pool, The Prose Poem Project, Sentence, The Southampton Review, Tupelo Quarterly, Zarf and many others, as well as in the anthologies An Introduction to the Prose Poem (Firewheel Editions, 2007) and Lit from Inside: 40 Years of Poetry from Alice James (Alice James Books, 2012). She has served as Poet-in-Residence at Fordham University and is a long-standing member of the creative writing faculty at Hofstra University, where she edits the digital literary magazine AMP.
Sue Hyon Bae was raised in South Korea, Malaysia, and Texas. She received her MFA from Arizona State University. Her co-translation of Kim Hyesoon’s A Cup of Red Mirror will be published by Action Books in 2018. She lives in Sacramento.
Anthony Desmond is a twenty-five-year-old Detroit born writer & poet. Desmond's poetry can be found in magazines and anthologies, including: What is Inspiration: Thoughts on Life Series Vol. 1, Railroad Poetry Magazine, The Rusty Nail Magazine; Recipes for Hemlock (anthology from Boston Poetry Magazine), Signal from Static: a collection of modern poetry & The d'Verse Anthology: Voices of Contemporary World Poetry. His debut pamphlet will come from Eyewear in early 2018.
Steve Kronen's previous collections are Splendor , (BOA) and Empirical Evidence, (University of Georgia Press). His work has appeared in The New Republic, The American Scholar, Poetry, Agni, APR, Little Star, The Georgia Review, Ploughshares, Slate, The Yale Review, the New Statesman, and The Threepenny Review. He has received an NEA, three Florida Individual Artist fellowships, the Cecil Hemley Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America, the James Boatwright Prize from Shenandoah, and fellowships from Bread Loaf, and the Sewanee Writers’ Conferences. He received an MFA from Warren Wilson College. He is a librarian in Miami, Florida, where he lives with his wife, novelist Ivonne Lamazares (The Sugar Island), and their daughter Sophie.
Janet Kaplan says...
And thanks back to Eyewear. Yes!
November 18, 2017