Monthly Archives: December 2012

CavanKerry’s Poet Survivalist Kit: Preparing for the Mayan Apocalypse

All day Thursday on Facebook and Twitter, we posted tools to keep poetry alive, in case there was an apocalypse.  Here is the list in its entirety. Preparing for the Mayan Apocalypse: Keeping Poetry Alive 1:  Rhyme An essential key.  … Continue reading

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CKP Wants to Prepare You for the Mayan Apocalypse

We know the national news has been difficult lately, so CKP is going to take a comic, lighter approach to rest of the week.  I want everyone to be prepared for the flurry of unusual activity you will see tomorrow … Continue reading

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This December, give to CavanKerry

It has been a very busy and exciting year for us at CavanKerry.  Check out our highlights: As a non-profit press, our success relies on the support of our readers and community.  This December, consider making a tax-deductable gift to … Continue reading

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Taking Action after Newtown

Like everyone, CKP has been shocked by the events in Newtown.  As Florenz Eisman emailed the staff: Like everyone else I’m still anguished about this tragedy. [But] we tend to forget these massacres as we get preoccupied with the minutiae … Continue reading

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In the Wake of Newtown

I am so sorry…. For the past several weeks I’ve been celebrating the publication of Confessions and the positive response it’s received, but I have to call a halt for awhile.  In light of Friday’s tragedy, it would be blasphemous … Continue reading

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ForeWord Review Raves about “Confessions of Joan the Tall”

“The beauty of Handler’s memoir is that it will appeal to young people and adults alike, particularly those who, like Joan, have grappled with their spiritual upbringing and what it means for the day-to-day conduct of their lives. Confessions of … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of December 16th

News Shira Dentz’s poem “a woman all about love yesterday” was chosen as the Academy of American Poets’ Poem-A Day on Thursday, December 13th Laurie Lamon’s poem “Not Talking” appears in Issue 21 Poetry by Damsel Fly Press    

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Some Quxiote for our Quote of the Week

“‘Oh sir,’ cried [Don Quixote’s] niece, ‘please have [the books of poetry] burned like the rest, because it could well happen that once my uncle gets over his chivalry illness he starts reading all these other books and takes it … Continue reading

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Why Memoir?

Associate Publisher Teresa Carson explains the creation of our new Memoir imprint in our latest CKP video.

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Important Info: FEMA Assistance for the NJ Cultural Community

From the New Jersey Council for the Arts: Artists and Arts Organizations REGISTER NOW FEMA ASSISTANCE FOR THE NJ CULTURAL COMMUNITY A Forum for Private Nonprofits and Local, Regional, and State Governments Saturday, December 15, 2012 1:00- 4:00pm Wilson Hall … Continue reading

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