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  • Honeybee Press | The online home of The Salon: A Journal of Poetry & Fiction
    Market or order it by contacting us at thepoetrysalon gmail com Printed with hand set lead type at the Green Door Studio in Burlington VT Edited by Meg Reynolds and John Milton Oliver the collection also features exciting work by Honeybee Press author Edie Rhoads and Salon contributor Genevra MacPhail as well as Anthony Locicero Beal St George Sam Hughes and Honeybee Press editor Benjamin Aleshire Recent titles First Do No Harm by Craftsbury author and farmer Julia Shipley WELCOME to the online home of Honeybee Press a writers cooperative based in Burlington Vermont and New Orleans Louisiana The goal of Honeybee Press is to produce high quality local literature and make it more affordable and visible to the public This is accomplished through empowering authors through traditional book arts letterpressing blockprinting handbinding In addition to The Salon we launched a book series in 2011 thanks to a VT Arts Council grant Since 2010 we ve published The Salon A Journal of Poetry Fiction a bi annual magazine of poetry fiction essays reviews and plays as well as a poetry book series featuring Vermont writers handbound with letter pressed covers To submit to The Salon take a look at the guidelines submissions are currently OPEN SUPPORT Volunteer efforts and financial support are greatly appreciated If you wish to volunteer or donate to The Salon please email thepoetrysalon gmail com Tags Ben Aleshire Edie Rhoads Poetry Robert McKay The Salon Comments Leave a Comment Categories Uncategorized Aside Extra Extra Nick Spengler on Edie Rhoads 23 Mar Poet Nick Spengler recently took a break from his work as John Irving s literary assistant in the solitary village of Dorset Vermont and returned to the Old North End for the Burlington Free Press to catch up with Edie Rhoads her daughter Amina and

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  • Naturalization, by Estefania Puerta, 2013 | Honeybee Press
    immigrant community She got her B S at the University of Vermont and has since traveled extensively throughout the U S and South America with her performance troupe Lxs Huerfanos Putxs CriOs engaging in street per formance and radical organizing politics Her website can be found here Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Reviews Press Interviews Review of Naturalization New Orleans Gambit Feature Review of The Day Bat VPR s Vermont Edition Seven Days Feature Burlington Free Press Feature Edie Rhoads in Poets Writers Bayou Magazine Interview Nola Vie Article Salon 3 Feature Destination VT Feature Write the Book WOMM LP Writers WRUV Six Questions For PRX Boston VT Literary Publications Green Mountains Review New England Review Hunger Mountain Onion

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  • Your Voice in Half-Light | Honeybee Press
    book is available for only 5 at the Crow Book Shop or you can order it directly from the press for 10 which includes shipping Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Reviews Press Interviews Review of Naturalization New Orleans Gambit Feature Review of The Day Bat VPR s Vermont Edition Seven Days Feature Burlington Free Press Feature Edie Rhoads in Poets Writers Bayou Magazine Interview Nola Vie Article Salon 3 Feature Destination VT Feature Write the Book WOMM LP Writers WRUV Six Questions For PRX Boston VT Literary Publications Green Mountains Review New England Review Hunger Mountain Onion River Review Vermont Literary Review Vantage Point Miniaturized Swarm Hurricanes Links Resources Green Door Studio North End Studio Burlington City Arts Burlington

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  • Cities of Rain | Honeybee Press
    masculine and feminine endings and despite cutting my baby teeth on the Central Vermont sunsets and my adult teeth on the slams it wasn t until 2010 that I really started writing free verse By that I mean that it s not really free verse unless it s smashing itself against the bars of this world and of literature trying to escape I now fervently hope I am a free verse poet I m also an Apollonian formalist a classicist a Luddite When I was in college accumulating debt and bitterness toward liberals and closet positivists I engaged in a dance of death with the digital world that at that time was irrupting like a luminous cancer into the center of the real Before ever having seen a letterpress I d written half of a verse novel about one I abandoned that novel late in 2010 when it became obvious that almost all of it had come true I met Ben Aleshire in 2009 we d met before as had both of us with the teenage Nick Spengler independently in a triple stroke of destiny but in 2009 we ran into each other in the Radio Bean which is the bohemian cafe bar here in Burlington and Ben told me he was starting a magazine Had I heard of Combat Paper and the Green Door Studio he wanted to know The Iraq vets who shred their uniforms make them into paper and print anti war propaganda on them with a hand crank Vandercook II I used to live with some of those guys I said That s right we can use their press said Ben Then he said he had to go to work It was almost midnight Ben had already begun his career as a third shift reader of poetry at local group homes As he made his lonely bike journeys to one or another of those places on the outskirts of Burlington places whose youthful inhabitants he would never see but whose sleeping young inhabitants or inmates surrounded his sleepless nights with their sweating dreams of bravery and disaster as Ben sat there reading poems by lamplight I would walk home through the North End composing poems like Night Walk p 31 by streetlight or else Ariel Wengroff p 29 or Estefania Puerta p 30 or Brendan Dempsey or Annie Doran would show up at the Bean and we d talk poetry or politics until the night began to rot and fall apart over the North End like a gourd as vast and dire as the heavens At the end of 2010 wracked with fear and despair I decided to become a schoolteacher Then the year 2011 was upon us a year I immediately felt was to be the first real date of my life a date worthy of inclusion in poems I knew this in early January before anything had happened Interminable months later I found myself walking down North Street and taking seriously for the first

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  • The Day Bat | Honeybee Press
    summer Honeybee Press will be publishing a 2nd printing of the book To pre order send an email to thepoetrysalon gmail com 15 plus shipping Like this Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email Reviews Press Interviews Review of Naturalization New Orleans Gambit Feature Review of The Day Bat VPR s Vermont Edition Seven Days Feature Burlington Free Press Feature Edie Rhoads in Poets Writers Bayou Magazine Interview Nola Vie Article Salon 3 Feature Destination VT Feature Write the Book WOMM LP Writers WRUV Six Questions For PRX Boston VT Literary Publications Green Mountains Review New England Review Hunger Mountain Onion River Review Vermont Literary Review Vantage Point Miniaturized Swarm Hurricanes Links Resources Green Door Studio North End Studio Burlington City Arts Burlington

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  • Issue 1 | Honeybee Press
    paints draws illustrates sculpts etches blockprints and sings in the shower She has written and illustrated a book Sophie and the Chair and worked as an artist in residence on the Vermont Joy Parade tour She can be found this summer wearing overalls and handkerchiefs in her newly planted garden or practicing on her borrowed accordion DAVID CAVANAGH s books of poems include Falling Body 2009 and The Middleman 2003 both published by Salmon Poetry of Ireland His poems have appeared in leading journals in Canada Ireland the U S and the U K and in anthologies such as The Book of Irish American Poetry from the Eighteenth Century to the Present U of Notre Dame Press and Salmon A Journey in Poetry Salmon TINA ESCAJA is originally from Spain and is Professor of Spanish at the University of Vermont She has published extensively on gender and contemporary literature from Latin America and Spain and is currently the President of the AILCFH International Hispanic Women s Association As a writer and scholar Escaja has authored edited more than 10 volumes of works that include poetry essays plays and fiction MARC ESTRIN is a writer and political activist He helped found the Burlington Peace Justice Center and is the author of many novels and memoir including Rehearsing with Gods The Good Doctor Guillotine and Insect Dreams STEPHEN GOLDBERG born in Queens NY began his creative life as a jazz trumpet player His first stage pieces were influenced by the 60 s happenings During this time he was musical director of the Nimbus Dance Theater Company in NYC He came to Vermont with Nimbus Dance Theater Company to do residencies at Johnson State College His first play Sand Trap 1983 was written in St Croix and later performed in Burlington DAVID HUDDLE is the author of The Little Bone The Story of a Million Years La Tour Dreams of the Wolf Girl The Writing Habit and other books of poetry fiction and essays HATSY MCGRAW has written poetry for twenty years and has published in several literary magazines In 2005 she graduated from Vermont College s Writing for Children YA program Hatsy and her husband painter Tom McGraw live in Windsor VT where they raised their two children She also works as a librarian and a novice jewelry maker ROBERT MCKAY s essay on Kierkegaard and Joanna Newsom recently appeared in Visions of Joanna Newsom from Roan Press Robert lives in and around Burlington VT He works in restaurants on farms and with young people ANAIS MITCHELL is a songwriter based in Vermont His Kiss the Riot is from her folk opera interpretation of the Orpheus myth Hadestown GALEN PERIA was born one day before and 54 years after Chuck Berry Also an actor and songwriter Galen graduated from the New York Film Academy His film Elephant Shoes was a finalist for the Cannes Film Festival in France EDIE RHOADS studied at the University of Virginia andcompleted her MFA as a New

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  • Issue 2 | Honeybee Press
    book of poems Happy Life will be published by Copper Canyon Press in the fall of 2011 David lives in the mountains of northern Vermont GREG DELANTY s most recent books are The Ship of Birth The Blind Stitch and The Hellbox His Collected Poems 1986 2006 is out from the Oxford Poet s series of Carcanet Press He has received many awards most recently a Guggenheim for poetry The magazine Agenda has just devoted its latest issue to celebrate Greg Delanty s 50th birthday The National Library of Ireland has recently acquired his papers up to the end of 2012 ANNIE DORAN was born in coastal South Carolina left home at sixteen to study writing in Boston and continued north to Vermont after that You ll often see her biking to the waterfront or staring off into the woods from her stoop The first poem she wrote was about a turtle and she gave it to her fourth grade teacher who claims to have it in a file to this day Annie has written many poems since and she s grateful to everyone who reads poems any poems LAURA DAVIES FOLEY is the author of two books of poetry Syringa and Mapping the Fourth Dimension she has won the Atlanta Review Grand Prize and been awarded a Fellowship from the Frost Place Her work has appeared in Valparaiso Poetry Review Bloodroot The Georgetown Review and others One of her poems has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize She is currently a chaplain intern with New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care and lives on the wide banks of the Connecticut River in Cornish NH MELISSA HOTCHKISS s first book of poems Storm Damage was published by Tupelo Press Her poems and prose have appeared in numerous publications such as failbetter com The American Poetry Review LIT the New Virginia Review and the anthology Poets for Palestine Melissa is one of the editors of Barrow Street and lives in New York City with her dog Jesse PHYLLIS B KATZ lives in Norwich VT She has published poems in The Anthology of New England Writers The Breath of Parted Lips Voices from the Frost Place Vol II Lifelines The Connecticut River Review Ekphrasis and Bloodroot MEREDITH MARTINEZ is a fiction student in the Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers She received her BA in English Literature and BFA in Dance Choreography from Arizona State University in 2007 Her poetry has appeared in Contrary Magazine and in Dzanc Books Best of the Web 2010 anthology She grew up in Brattleboro VT and currently lives with her husband in Mesa AZ LADI MARUSS originally from Slovakia now resides in Burlington VT He is the owner of Four Corners of the Earth on Pine St and is one of the founding members of The Barn Owl Poetry Extra Associate Editor ROBERT MCKAY s criticism recently appeared in Visions of Joanna Newsom from Roan Press He is an alum of Middlebury College and the

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  • Issue 3 | Honeybee Press
    of Vermont and lives with his wife and daughter in Burlington PENELOPE CRAY s poems have appeared in such journals as Barrow Street Pleiades and American Letters Commentary She lives in Burlington VT with her husband and son Born and raised in Vermont BRENDAN DEMPSEY is finishing his last semester at the University of Vermont where he has been studying Classics and Religion His poetry has been published in the Barn Owl Poetry Extra and Vantage Point and he is currently work planning his magnum opus an epic poem in Miltonic verse which will be published sometime in the next 30 years CHRISTINE ELLIS is employed as a technical writer in Burlington VT She has written and directed several plays with her most recent productions being The Divine Collection The Greeting and a 13 episode radio comedy Were Tales broadcast on community radio stations in both New York and Vermont For 8 years Christine has been the main creative force behind the popular Thursdays at the Intervale events and music series promoting sustainable agriculture through the celebration of art culture and food She is currently editing North Beach Revisited Burlington Vermont a novel she co wrote with her friend and mentor Poppa Neutrino KATHRYN FLAGG is a journalist and poet from Shoreham VT She is currently a student in the MFA program at the University of Wyoming as well as a Middlebury Fellow in Environmental Journalism Her poetry has also appeared in The Hollins Critic She co edits YONTA a new nonfiction journal of art and science VENUS FLYTRAP has been writing stories for most of her life and stripping for six years She also enjoys painting pictures growing vegetables sitting by the fire and going for walks Published translations by BLOSSOM S KIRSCHENBAUM include novels Maria Zef by Paola Drigo and I cristalli di Vienna as Bloodstains by Giuliana Morandini stories by Stefano Benni Marina Mizzau Fernanda Pivano and Fables from Trastevere from the romanesco of Trilussa Antonello Borra s Alfabestiario will issue with her translations in an American edition TONY MAGISTRALE was born in Buffalo New York He is currently Professor and Chair of the English Department at the University of Vermont He has also taught at the Breadloaf Young Writers Conference and has served as a Fulbright Post Doctoral Fellow at the University of Milan Italy and Visiting Professor at the University of Augsburg Germany His book of poems What She Says About Love won the 2007 Bordighera Poetry Prize Magistrale lives in South Burlington with his wife Jennifer two sons and a golden retriever NOAH MEASE is finishing his final semester at Middlebury College where he studies Theatre and Spanish Green Eden began as his Senior Work in playwriting and ran briefly at the independent student theater the Hepburn Zoo Two of his other plays were included in the Horizon Theatre s Young Playwrights Festival last summer in Atlanta Georgia and he regularly writes radioplays produced by the Middlebury Radio Theater of Thrills Suspense He grew

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