Monthly Archives: October 2015

CavanKerry Press partners with the Poetry Society of Michigan

At the Poetry Society of Michigan (PSM) Fall Meeting, Jack Ridl, the Honorary Chancellor of PSM, invited the members of PSM to bring poetry to a person who is a shut-in or disabled. Mr. Ridl is on the CavanKerry Press … Continue reading

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Literary magazines that focus on disabled culture and literature

This post is part of our series in honor of ADA Awareness Month.  While on a national level the focus is disability employment awareness, CKP is focusing on artists. Pentimento  Journal of All Things Disability  The idea for a literary-type magazine … Continue reading

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Going Places: Entry #2 by Randy Smit

This post is part of our series in honor of ADA Awareness Month.  While on a national level the focus is disability employment awareness, CKP is focusing on artists. Going Places: Entry #2 By Randy Smit About Going Places: Welcome to … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of October 26th

Events Nin Andrews, Mac’s Backs-Books (1820 Coventry Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH) Tuesday, October 27th Nin will be facilitating a workshop at 6:00pm and giving a poetry reading at 7:30pm Sandra Castillo, West Kendall Regional Library (Miami, FL) Tuesday, October 27th at 6pm Sandra will … Continue reading

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“Disability and Poetry: An Exchange” from The Poetry Foundation

This post is part of our series in honor of ADA Awareness Month.  While on a national level the focus is disability employment awareness, CKP is focusing on artists. Maybe you saw the following conversation published in Poetry magazine last December … Continue reading

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News and Events: Week of October 19th

Events Paola Corso, Bread & Roses Gallery (310 West 43rd Street between 8th and 9th Ave, New York, NY) Friday, October 23rd from 5:30-8 pm Paola Corso and Maria Terrone, organizers will join four other poets in this reading honoring the … Continue reading

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Sound? Look At It This Way. . .

This post is part of our series in honor of ADA Awareness Month.  While on a national level the focus is disability employment awareness, CKP is focusing on artists. Sound?  Look At It This Way. . . By Karyn Lie-Nielsen I have … Continue reading

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Going Places: Entry #1 by Randy Smit

This post is part of our series in honor of ADA Awareness Month.  While on a national level the focus is disability employment awareness, CKP is focusing on artists. Going Places: Entry #1 by Randy Smit About Going Places: Welcome to … Continue reading

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Grab the Lapels reviews “door of thin skins”

This is the painful and unrelenting tale of Dr. Abe, psychologist and psychic vampire, and his patient/victim, a poet (poetess, he states sibilantly, beginning the process of her dismantling on their first meeting, page 3) who uses language as instinct, … Continue reading

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Southern Literary Review interviews Sarah Bracey White

When the Jim Crow South welcomed Sarah Bracey White with a hard slap, the plucky if bewildered young girl found her power in books and, later, in writing. Here’s an interview with the memoirist whose Primary Lessons (Cavan-Kerry Press, 2013), in … Continue reading

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