BlogTalk Radio Interview

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Podcast of John Byk‘s BlogTalk Radio interview with Joanna Kurowska. December 6, 2014.

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TW&B reviewed

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From John H. Byk’s review of The Wall & Beyond:

This writer, this brilliantly image transforming mind that sees itself and the word, both visible and invisible, is potent therapy for the too many who have become desensitized by the flood of contemporary existence. The Wall & Beyond is a metaphysical mixture of intense self scrutiny, constantly aware that barriers are unavoidable and integral parts of our lives.

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Inclusions reviewed

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Arthur Turfa writes:

 These poems are worthy of reading and reflection. . . . None are lengthy, but each is infused with layers of meaning and turns of language that urge the reader to proceed slowly through them.

read the whole review on Amazon

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Interview with Mark Smith-Soto

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Mark Smith-Soto has been editor or associate editor of International Poetry Review at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for over twenty years. Along with four prize-winning chapbooks he has authored three full-length poetry collections, Our Lives Are Rivers (University Press of Florida, 2003), Any Second Now (Main Street Rag Publishing Co., 2006) and the forthcoming Time Pieces (Main Street Rag Publishing Co., 2015). His work, which has appeared in Antioch ReviewKenyon ReviewLiterary ReviewNimrodRattleThe Sun and many other publications, has been nominated several times for a Pushcart Prize and was recognized in 2006 with an NEA Fellowship in Creative Writing. Two of his most recent publications are from Unicorn Press: Fever Season, translations from the work of Costa Rican poet Ana Istarú (2010), and Berkeley Prelude: A Lyrical Memoir (2012). His chapbook Splices was published in 2013 by Finishing Line Press as an honorable mention finalist in its annual poetry competition.

To read interview with Mark Smith-Soto, click HERE

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The WOW FREQUENCY Event

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JOANNA KUROWSKA
reads at
DreamBox Gallery
December 6, at 5:00 PM
2415 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
(773) 292-0419

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Series WOW FREQUENCY : LIMITED EDITIONS
DreamBox Gallery

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