Kore Press in Bustle Magazine

Lately, there has been a whole lot of talk about whose voices are most welcome this world, whose voices are amplified the loudest, who is invited to sit (and speak) at the decision-making table, and, alternately, which people and populations have been… Literary Businesses Run By Women Every Reader Needs To Support Source: 13 Literary

Tracie Morris Event Photos & Participant Survey

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported our series of Tracie Morris events, April 6-9th, in various ways and styles! We’d love to hear from you! If you would be so kind, and have a moment, we sure do appreciate hearing from participants about their experiences. These responses help shape future events and provide

New Release: Wire & Wail by Lusia Slomkowska

Announcing the release of Wire & Wail! Wire and Wail is by turns autobiographic, scientific, philosophic, and religious. Lusia Slomkowska wrote  that after her second open-heart surgery, her physical limitations show up in her poems… not as crowns of thorns, but as other symbols of anger and grief: her shattered aortic valve was replaced with a porcine

New Release: The Hominine Egg

Jenny Gropp’s first title is available now! From everyday scenes that clothe a cast of characters in weather, tears, and prayer, to the “animal between,” where the narrator conjures her desires into the courage to explore her sexuality, from the ontological vignettes of a woman living in Northern Japan under the constant presence of fog,

First Book Award winner July Westhale

  Robin Coste Lewis selects Trailer Trash, by July Westhale as 2016 winner of Kore Press First Book Award Trailer Trash is her Westhale’s first full-length poetry book. She is also the author of The Cavalcade, a chapbook, from Finishing Line Press, and Occasionally Accurate Science, a children’s book of collective nouns, forthcoming from Nomadic Press.

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