Publisher's Roundtable at the Annenberg Community Beach House Sunday, March 1st.
Moon Tide Press will be among the five publishers appearing at the Publisher's Roundtable event on Sunday, March 1st at 6 PM at the Annenberg Beach House in Santa Monica, CA. We are ecstatic to join Red Hen Press, Unnamed Press, Jaded Ibis Press, and LARB Books in a discussion about publishing and an audience Q&A. The event is FREE and open to the public. Refreshments will be served! Come on out and join us for what should be a fun and informative night! The Annenberg is loca
Our next release of 2020 is here and we’re so ready! Contortionist Tongue, by Dania Ayah Alkhouli, is a vulnerable but fierce collection of poetry on the realities of being a Syrian Muslim woman and survivor in the current socio-political climate. From bridging the gaps of a broken heart, to bridging the gaps between two homes and two cultures, these poems underscore every angle of womanhood and resilience. In lieu of typical pre-orders, Moon Tide Press will be presenting a
Singing a Lullaby of Teeth on Thursday
“...this is how we live when no one’s watching.” —Lincoln McElwee It was pretty cool to finally read the very first anthology Moon Tide Press released following Eric Morago’s leadership, Lullaby of Teeth. For starters, that title, damn! Taken from Bill Cushing’s poem, Alpha Dreams, is such a riveting encapsulation of the poetry in this collection—dark but jovial in its portrayal of human life. So in simpler terms, a very realistic approach to how life is digested across the s
Celebrating International Women's Day
Every year, March 8th celebrates International Women's Day, a focus on the women's rights movement. In honor of women, on this day, and every day, Moon Tide Press, invites you to join their women authors for a very special Women's Day Reading, hosted at King Richard's Antique Center in Whittier. This curated reading will feature poetry from seven past, present, and future authors, including: Peggy Dobreer Alexis Rhone Fancher HanaLena Fennel Alexandra Umlas Terri Nicc