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Saturday, May 30, 2020


You are invited
to a
Pandemic Book Party

Jane Greer, Sally Thomas, Marly Youmans
reading from their new books:
two poetry collections and a novel.

Friday, June 12
North America: 
3:00 Eastern, 
2:00 Central, 
1:00 Mountain, 
noon Pacific.
World time zone converter HERE.

Register in advance 

Jane Greer,
Love Like a Conflagration
Jane Greer founded Plains Poetry Journal, a literary magazine that was an advance guard of the New Formalism movement, in 1981, and edited it until 1993. Her poetry collections include Bathsheba on the Third Day (1986) and Love like a Conflagration (2020).
For  more about Jane, hop HERE
Buy her book via indies, Lambing Press, Amazon, Bookshop, and more...

Sally Thomas,
Sally Thomas is the author of two poetry chapbooks, Fallen Water (2015) and Richeldis of Walsingham (2016), both from Finishing Line Press. Her full-length poetry book, Motherland, was a finalist for the Able Muse Book Award, and is available now from Able Muse Press.
For Motherland news at Sally's site, skip over to HERE
Buy her book via indies, Able Muse, Amazon, Bookshop, and more...

Marly Youmans,
Charis in the World of Wonders
Author of fifteen books of poetry and fiction, including The Book of the Red King (Phoenicia Publishing, 2019) and Charis in the World of Wonders (Ignatius Press, 2020.)
For reviews, purchase venues, blurbs, etc., jump HERE


  1. I've put this on my calendar and am looking forward to it!

    1. Hurrah! I'll be glad to see your itty-bitty zoom face!

  2. Please remind me. So often I sign up for these things and cannot find the link or forget about them.

    1. I think they'll send you a reminder...
      You and Richard should do a husband-and-wife online reading!


Alas, I must once again remind large numbers of Chinese salesmen and other worldwide peddlers that if they fall into the Gulf of Spam, they will be eaten by roaming Balrogs. The rest of you, lovers of grace, poetry, and horses (nod to Yeats--you do not have to be fond of horses), feel free to leave fascinating missives and curious arguments.