January 3, 2020

The Silver Park Arts Literary Lounge, curated by Moon Tide's own Peggy Dobreer, will be hosting another one of its fantastic readings on Tuesday, January 7th

Featured readers for this reading include Peter J. Harris, Jaha Zainabu, Derrick C. Brown, and Moon Tide's publi...

January 2, 2020

“That his lungs were endowed with youth’s lovely rage.”
 — Carine Topal

For almost a decade, I’ve watched the state of womanhood undergo a revolutionary frictional change. This has only been exacerbated in spaces where political and social turmoil ensues and an underlyi...

December 23, 2019

I just wanted to take a moment, share some holiday cheer with you, and reflect on how amazing 2019 was for us and share what’s ahead in 2020.

We published seven great titles this year: Lee Rossi’s Darwin’s Garden, HanaLena Fennal’s Letters to the Leader, David McIn...

December 5, 2019

“Learning something new
is the most exciting thing I know,
better than sex, almost,

but sex
I can do
without my glasses.”

—Ruth Bavetta

The gradient factor of Embers on the Stairs is what struck me the most in this collection—watching it go from softer poems on life a...

December 2, 2019

Happy Cyber-Monday, Moon Tiders! 

To help you get in the holiday spirit, Moon Tide Press is offering a special discount on our patron/subscription packages for the 2020 year! 

We will be publishing at least eight titles in the coming year: 

  • The Only Thing That Makes S...

November 25, 2019

Moon Tide Press is proud to announce its first title of 2020, Scott Ferry's The only thing that makes sense is to grow, is now available for pre-order! 

The only thing that makes sense is to grow traces the lineage of a family through the voices of its ghosts. This coll...

November 11, 2019

Moon Tide Press is excited to announce its final book launch of 2019. Join us on Saturday, November 23rd at 6:00 p.m. at King Richard’s Antique Center in Whittier for the book release, reading, and signing of Terri Niccum’s second chapbook, Dead Letter Box.

Terri Niccum...

November 7, 2019

i said, “you can never go back.”
he growled—30 years of jungle rot rattled in his throat.

he said, “you’re not hearing me. sometimes i want to go back and pick up the pieces that i left behind.”


—Timothy Matthew Perez

For months, I’ve found myself gravitating towards...

October 19, 2019

It's a busy season of readings for us here at Moon Tide and we couldn't be more excited. Join us on November 2nd at 3:30 p.m. at the Anaheim