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Throughout November and December Little Red Tree Authors will be
doing a series of readings at the Independant Book store:

Bank Square Books in Historic Downtown Mystic

Mary Posner author of Bazil, Mountatin Laurel and Jazz
will be giving a Poetry Reading at Bank Square Books
on Sunday, November 7, 2010 2-3pm


L.M. Browning author of Oak Wise and Ruminations at Twilght
will be giving a Poetry Reading at Bank Square Books
on Sunday, November 21, 2010 2-3pm


Joanie DiMartino author of Strange Girls
will be giving a Poetry Reading at Bank Square Books
on Sunday, December 5, 2010 2-3pm

All readings will feature wine and cheese.
If you are in the area come down and join us.

{Bank Square Books is located at 53 West Main Street in Mystic, CT}


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Nikoletta Nousiopoulos Reading

New American Writing Festival, Harwick College

November 3&4th, 2010

Showcase Reading at 7:00pm, Thursday November, 4 2010

Celebration Room, Shineman Chapel House

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Favorite Poem Project sponsored by: Whaling City Review
Sunday, October 17th 2-5 p.m. Free New Bedford Whaling Museum
18 Johnny Cake Hill New Bedford, MA

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Introducing The Revenant By: Richard Harteis

In July Little Red Tree celebrated the release of our latest title: The Revenant, by Richard Harteis. The Revenant is a wonderful collection of poems that chronicle Harteis admiration and grief for his dear friend, the renown poet William Meredith. The poems within pay attention to life with heightened sensitivity of a real poet, transforming raw emotion into art through direct, deceptively simple language and a brilliant talent for metaphor.


Praise for The Revenant

“Throughout the poems found in THE REVENANT, man’s best friend joins Richard Harteis as they make their way down the long road of grief. In one photo, Daisy sits next to a marble pillow of rest, but the closer you look the more you see. There is a beloved name on the stone. Its Honor Guard, a Spaniel, asks Richard: “Will your words tell our story?” With Daisy as talisman, they grieve for all that remains on this verdant plane after the love of their lives has left.

“Harteis unravels the fierce complexity of loss in language made memorable. A man and a dog groom life out of the wilderness of relentless pain, turning to one another for kindness, in mutual indenture. Through the alchemy of poetry, telling a story takes the hurt out of memory. The reader will not ask “What do you want me to feel?” Harteis makes everything possible through his ability to summon dedicated elements of speech, sweet and simple.

“The poems rise not only from life and death, but something better- something imagined. We live with the author and his Spaniel, but sometimes the most important character is offstage. So this is a book about man, dog, and poet William Meredith, to whom this book and Richard’s life are dedicated.” —Grace Cavalieri, Producer/Host “The Poet and the Poem” from the Library of Congress


“Writing these poems is one of the ways in which Richard struggles to be reconciled to his loss, a series of elegiac lyrics which come together as a non-lineal narrative of their lives together and Richard’s life now, alone, and as a moving and often artless extended elegy.” – Peter Klappert


“These are hard poems. Honest poems that glimpse a life filled with humor, respect, camaraderie and love. Poems that realize their end.” – Cheryl A Townsend


Visit our online store on our homepage if you wish to purchase The Revenant.

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Reading Event!

On Thursday, July 15, 2010 Little Red Tree poet and author of All the Dead Goats, Nikoletta Nousiopoulos, will be reading at the Featherstone Center for the Arts, 30 Featherstone Lane, Oak Bluffs, MA 02557 (Martha’s Vineyard) The event will begin at 7pm.  Hope to see you all there!

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After a long judging process and tough competition, we at Little Red Tree are very proud to announce that the winner of the 2010 Vernice Quebodeaux “Pathways” International Poetry Prize for Women, is Swaying on the Elephant’s Shoulders, by: Diana Woodcock.

Ms. Woodcock is a past recipient of the Creekwalker Poetry Prize and won a 1st place prize in 2009 in the Artist Embassy International poetry competition.  Her previous publishing credits include two chapbooks, Travels of Gwai Lo, (the title poem of which was nominated for the Pushcart Prize) and Mandala.

In the past her poetry has appeared in numerous journals and publications, among them:  Atlanta Review, Best New Poets 2008, Crab Orchard Review, Nimrod, Portland Review and Hawaii Pacific Review’s Best of The Decade issue in 2007.

Ms. Woodcock is currently teaching English in Qatar.  Over the years she has worked as a teacher in Tibet and Macau and spent time working with refugees on the Thai-Cambodian border.

We will be announcing further information regarding the anticipated release date for Swaying on the Elephant’s Shoulders, in the coming weeks.

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See: Vernice Quebodeaux “Pathways” for details

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