Recent Press for the CCPR

Recent Press for the CCPR

Aside from this year’s interview with Mindy Todd, the Cape Cod Poetry Review has been shown much recent press, attesting to its own unforeseen growth.

The photo above documents a recent article in which the CCPR‘s up and coming presence on Cape Cod features in the pages of the Barnstable Patriot.

Other press highlights include this well-written article by Kim Baker on Cape Women Online:

http://www.capewomenonline.com/2013_Issues/Summer_2013/Summer2013_Articles/CCPoetryReview.html

and a recent review from the Review Review:

http://www.thereviewreview.net/reviews/cape-cod-poets-print

and yet another Barnstable Patriot mentioning in this article:

http://www.barnstablepatriot.com/home2/index2.php?option=com_content&do_pdf=1&id=31540

It’s been a good year for CCPR exposure. Onward to Issue Two!

Open Mic on June 9 at the Brewster Ladies Library!

The Cape Cod Poetry Review will kick off the summer with an open mic at the Brewster Ladies Library on June 9, at 7 pm. All are welcome. 

Spread the word. We had a great reading here last summer, and we can’t wait to be back.

 

Open Submission Period

The Cape Cod Poetry Review is seeking submissions of poetry, translations, and shorter works of prose for its next issue. Please refer to the Submission Guidelines at the top of this page and send along your best work to capecodpoetryreview@gmail.com. Deadline is April 15, 2013.

Cape Cod Poetry Review on NPR

Cape Cod Poetry Review on NPR

Please take a minute to listen to our discussion on WCAI’s The Point with Mindy Todd.

CCPRWinter2012(3)Please welcome our inaugural issue!

Winter 2012

With new poetry from Lauren Wolk, Dan Lau, J. Barrett Wolf, Bill Black, Betty Jameson, Maxine Susman, Joseph Gouveia, J. Stiles Askew, Gregory Hischak, Joshua Heerter, Kathleen Healy, Donna O’Connell, Judith Partelow, Mary Ellen Redmond, Lee Roscoe, Jayne B. Stearns, Barry Hellman, John Landry, Alice Kociemba, Susan Berlin, Robin Clarke, Sheila Whitehouse, B.T. Lamm, Patric Pepper, Christina G. Laurie, Kim Baker, Robbie Sugg, Victoria Bosch Murray, Peter Saunders, Chase Berggrun, Chad Parenteau, Len Germinara, and cover art from David M. Cravenho.

Editors: John Bonanni and Gemma Leghorn

Contributing Editor: Gregory Hischak

Please email capecodpoetryreview@gmail.com for your copy or find it at the following Cape Cod locations:

Fine Arts Work Center. 24 Pearl Street.  Provincetown, MA 02657.

Cultural Center of Cape Cod. 307 Old Main Street.  South Yarmouth, MA 02664.

Guyer Barn. 250 South Street. Hyannis, MA 02601.

Titcombs Bookshop. 432 Massachusetts 6A.  East Sandwich, MA 02537.

Books by the Sea. 846 Main St # B.  Osterville, MA 02655.

Eight Cousins Bookstore. 189 Main Street. Falmouth, MA 02540.

Market Street Bookshop. 31 Market Street. Mashpee, MA 02649.

Booksmith Musicsmith. 9 West Road. Orleans, MA 02653.

Marion Bookstall. 151 Front Street. Marion, MA 02738.

New Readings

Poets, please mark your calendars.

We will be hosting a journal Preview/Open mic at the Cape Cod Chat House on November 28th at 7:00pm. Please come and bring some new work.

We will also be hosting a Publication Party on December 8th at the Guyer Barn:

Hyannis Harbor Arts Center at the Guyer Barn
250 South Street Hyannis, MA 02601. Phone: 508-790-6370

Party: 6pm to 7pm  (potluck with live music – Christmas/Holiday songs by Kathleen
Healey, Holiday Gift Boutique open)

Reading: 7pm

TAPING:
Those who want their performances to be taped for Cape Codified will be
participating in a show about poetry called “Poetry Muses” on Cape
Codified on channel 17/99 aired on local community TV.

Hope to see you there!

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